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Number: 14/7
Name: Bridges > Truss > Arrangement > Cantilever
Description: Bridges of the cantilever type.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
14/8 Suspension 3


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6631591 Carport that protects vehicles from elements Oct. 14, 2003
6591567 Lightweight fiber reinforced polymer composite modular panel Jul. 15, 2003
5491861 Portable, demountable bridge of aerial point to ford rivers, chasms and the like Feb. 20, 1996
5430903 Suspended walkway Jul. 11, 1995
5008967 Triangular truss walkout cantilever Apr. 23, 1991
4761846 Modular bridge with torsion pipe expansion loops Aug. 9, 1988
4651375 Launching system for bridge bays, especially continuous-beam bridges made up of prefabricated segments and to be tightened upon installation by means of prestressed wires Mar. 24, 1987











 
 
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