So here we go.
Wind speed 9.0 m/s
A quick look at the load chart for a wind speed of 9 m/s shows that the maximum lifting capacity is 84.1 t. In other words, the hoist can certainly be carried out in winds up to this speed.
Wind speed 11.2 m/s
But would the hoist also be possible if the wind were stronger?
The first thing to do is to look at the wind chart for a wind speed of 11.2 m/s. In this case, the lifting capacity is 81.0 t, in other words slightly lower than for a wind speed of 9 m/s. Nevertheless, it is higher than the planned load of 70.0 t, which means that the hoist is also possible at this wind speed.
Wind speed 13.4 m/s
And as the LTM 1750-9.1 can operate in a maximum wind speed of 13.4 m/s at the luffing jib, it also make sense to have a look at this load chart. In this case, the lifting capacity is 73.5 t, in other words still more than our 70.0 t, which means that the load can even be hoisted at this wind speed.