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281 Thompsonville Rd, Mc Murray, PA 15317    724-9419031   

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Philadelphia, PA   

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Carnegie, PA   

Bridgeville, PA   

281 Thompsonville Rd, Canonsburg, PA 15317    610-9481077   

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John Michael Yadlosky

Address:
281 Thompsonville Rd, McMurray, PA 15317
Licenses:
License #: PE.0034550 - Active
Category: Civil Engineer
Issued Date: Mar 2, 2009
Expiration Date: Sep 30, 2017
Type: Civil Engineer

John M Yadlosky

Address:
McMurray, PA 15317
Licenses:
License #: 36614 - Active
Issued Date: Mar 27, 1992
Expiration Date: Jun 30, 2018
Type: Structural Engineer

John M Yadlosky

Address:
281 Thompsonville Rd, McMurray, PA 15317
Licenses:
License #: 65853 - Active
Category: Engineers
Issued Date: Jan 30, 2007
Effective Date: Jan 30, 2007
Expiration Date: Feb 28, 2019
Type: Professional Engineer

John M Yadlosky

Address:
Washington
Canonsburg, PA 15317
Licenses:
License #: PE034894E - Active
Category: Engineers
Type: Professional Engineer

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John Yadlosky

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Rehabilitation Of Steel Truss Bridges By Means Of Reinforcing Arches

US Patent:
4691399, Sep 8, 1987
Filed:
Nov 21, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/800300
Inventors:
Jai B. Kim - Lewisburg PA
John M. Yadlosky - McMurray PA
International Classification:
E01D 100
US Classification:
14 2
Abstract:
The useful life and carrying capacity of an existing steel truss bridge are increased by adding a support arch assembly secured to the truss structure. In the preferred embodiment the support arch structure assembly includes arch members running along each side of the bridge. Each arch member includes two spaced arch sections, each arch section including end-to-end beams, preferably channel beams, forming an arcuate path. The web portions of the arch beams are secured to hangers of the truss structure, one arch section extending on the inboard side of the hangers, the other section extending on the outboard side. Additional floor beams may be added, along with corresponding additional hangers which can be secured to the arch beams. The support arch assemblies may be post-tensioned by tension bars connected between opposite ends thereof.

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