monocable

monocable

[′män·ō‚kā·bəl]
(mechanical engineering)
An aerial ropeway that uses one rope to both support and haul a load.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In--situ non--destructive assessment of a haulage rope in a monocable zigback passenger ropeway, International Journal of Nondestructive Testing 50: 136-137.
Nondestructive evalution of haulage rope in a monocable continuously moving passenger ropeway, International Journal of Non- destructive Testing 50: 156-157.
Monocable Detachable Gondola (MDG) technology will be used to run the 1km long cable car line, which crosses the Thames River from the Greenwich Peninsula, and goes to the Royal Docks.
The LED-illuminated, sparkling metallic black and chrome cabin, strung on a monocable ropeway, links Mount Faber of Harborfront Tower with Sentasa Island and seats four persons.
Cables of the invention may be of any practical design, including monocables, coaxial cables, quadcables, heptacables, slickline cables, multi-line cables, etc., and have improved resistance to corrosion, torque balancing and gas migration from a well-bore to the surface.