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ranged into a group, and at least two groups of the guide rail
                                                              rope  deflection  inhibiting  mechanisms  are  arranged  on  the
                                                              shaft wall 8 in a vertical direction. In this embodiment, two
                                                              groups of guide rail rope deflection inhibiting mechanisms are
                                                              provided, and they are arranged on the lower part (or middle
                                                              part)  of  the  guide  rail  rope  5,  where  the  lateral  rigidity  is
                                                              lower; the spacing between the two groups of guide rail rope
                                                              deflection inhibiting mechanisms is 5-20 m.
                                                               When the lifting container 7 is to run downward, the ro-
                                                              tary frames 2 of the two groups of guide rail rope deflection
                                                              inhibiting mechanisms are rotated to a position where the
                                                              lower chucks 4-2 are in a horizontal state, and the guide rail
                                                              rope 5 are secured by the lower chucks 4-2 of the two groups
                                                              of guide rail rope deflection inhibiting mechanisms; at this
                                                              point, the upper chucks 4-1 of the two groups of guide rail
         Figure 21: Schematic diagram illustrating a state in which the moment
         of resistance is zero during the movement of the deflection inhibiting   rope deflection inhibiting mechanisms are in a tilting state
         mechanism.
         ment in a counter-clockwise direction is defined as positive);
         therefore, the rotary frame 2 cannot rotate, and the guide rail
         rope deflection inhibiting mechanism is in a stable state.
           As shown in figure 21, when the rotary frame 2 rotates
         around the other end of the transverse supporting rod to a
         position where the upper end of the longitudinal support-
         ing rod, one end of the upper Y-shaped bracket 2-1, and the
         other end of the Y-shaped bracket 2-1 are in the same line,
         the lower end of the longitudinal supporting rod, one end
         of the lower Y-shaped bracket 2-2, and the other end of the
         lower Y-shaped bracket 2-2 will be also in the same line. At
         this point, the moment of resistance of the hydraulic sup-
         porting rod 3 to the other end of the transverse supporting
         rod of the T-shaped mounting support 1 is zero. As shown in
         figure 22, when the rotary frame 2 rotates around the other
         end of the transverse supporting rod to a position where the
         upper chuck 4-1 is in a horizontal state, the lower chuck 4-2
         will be in an up-tilting state. At this point, both the upper
         hydraulic supporting rod 3-1 and the lower hydraulic sup-
         porting rod 3-2 are in maximum extension state; in addition,
         since  the  hydraulic  supporting  rod  3  provides persistent
         and steady pushing force, the moment of resistance to the
         other end of the transverse supporting rod of the T-shaped
         mounting support 1 is positive; therefore, the rotary frame
         2 cannot rotate, and the guide rail rope deflection inhibiting
         mechanism is in a stable state.                      Figure 23: Schematic layout diagram of the guide rail rope deflection
           As shown in figure 23, the guide rail rope deflection inhibit-  inhibiting mechanism in the  guide  rail rope  deflection  inhibiting
         ing method for a parallel flexible cable suspension system ac-  method for a parallel flexible cable suspension system.
         cording to the present invention is characterized in that every   that permits the guide frame 6 to pass through.
         two guide rail rope deflection inhibiting mechanisms are ar-
                                                               When  the  guide  frame  6  moves  downward  and  comes  into
                                                              contact with the lower chuck 4-2 of the first group of guide rail
                                                              rope deflection inhibiting mechanisms, the guide frame 6 will
                                                              overcome the moment of resistance produced by the hydraulic
                                                              supporting rod 3 of the first group of guide rail rope deflection
                                                              inhibiting mechanisms by gravity, and push the lower chuck 4-2
                                                              of the first group of guide rail rope deflection inhibiting mecha-
                                                              nisms to retract and deflect downward gradually, and thereby
                                                              drive the rotary frame 2 of the first group of guide rail rope de-
                                                              flection inhibiting mechanisms to rotate; when the guide frame 6
                                                              is separated from the lower chuck 4-2 of the first group of guide
                                                              rail rope deflection inhibiting mechanisms, the rotary frame 2
                                                              of the first group of guide rail rope deflection inhibiting mecha-
                                                              nisms will be rotated to a position where the upper chuck 4-1 is
                                                              in horizontal state, and the guide rail rope 5 will be secured by
                                                              the upper chuck 4-1 of the first group of guide rail rope deflection
                                                              inhibiting mechanisms. In that process, the guide frame 6 runs
         Figure 22: Schematic diagram illustrating a state in which the moment
         of resistance is positive during  the movement of the deflection   downward smoothly, and passes through the first group of guide
         inhibiting mechanism.                                rail rope deflection inhibiting mechanisms. WRN
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