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James A Hilsenteger

from Portland, OR
Age ~55

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  • 1220 Lafayette St, Portland, OR 97202 (503) 233-5996

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Company: Greenbrier Companies Address: 1 Centerpointe Dr., Ste. 200, Lake Oswego, OR

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James A. Hilsenteger, Lake Oswego OR - Lawyer

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Office:
Greenbrier Companies
1 Centerpointe Dr., Ste. 200, Lake Oswego, OR
ISLN:
917938656
Admitted:
2004
University:
Cornell University, B.S.M.E.
Law School:
Northwestern School of Law, J.D.
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James Hilsenteger, Lake Oswego OR - Lawyer

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Address:
1 Centerpointe Dr, Lake Oswego, OR 97035
Jurisdiction:
Oregon
Memberships:
Oregon State Bar

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James Hilsenteger

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Location:
Portland, Oregon Area
Industry:
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
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James Hilsenteger

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Location:
Portland, Oregon Area
Industry:
Law Practice

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Freight Car With Electrical Power Distribution

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US Patent:
52162850, Jun 1, 1993
Filed:
Feb 24, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/840845
Inventors:
James A. Hilsenteger - Portland OR
Kenneth W. Lipps - Skamania WA
Frank D. Butchart - Portland OR
Annaliese Hammer - Gresham OR
Assignee:
Gunderson, Inc. - Portland OR
International Classification:
H02J 400
US Classification:
307 12
Abstract:
A multi-unit railway freight car of which each unit defines a container well for receiving cargo containers, and including a permanently installed power distribution cable arrangement, for receiving power from a generator carried in a container well and for providing power to containers carried in other container wells and container-carrying positions of the car units. Cables and terminal devices are located in positions largely protected from mechanical damage, and circuit breakers are associated with the cables to protect the cables and the generator from overloads.

Railroad Well Car Body Including Side Sill Reinforcing Walkway Structure

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US Patent:
54232694, Jun 13, 1995
Filed:
Nov 23, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/158260
Inventors:
Gregory J. Saxton - Portland OR
James A. Hilsenteger - Portland OR
Assignee:
Gunderson, Inc. - Portland OR
International Classification:
B61D 300
US Classification:
105355
Abstract:
A railroad freight car including a cargo well for carrying optionally either intermodal cargo containers or highway semitrailers has a side sill structure including a deep rectangular top chord and a depending web, supporting a well floor structure. The well floor structure includes reinforcing longitudinal and transverse channel members and horizontal top and bottom plates attached to the channels. Large circular openings, aligned with one another, are defined in both the top and bottom plates, and a peripheral ring of vertical material interconnects the margins of the top and bottom plates around the openings, providing a light but stiff floor structure with a small vertical height. A side sill reinforcing walkway structure is located atop each side sill at each end of the cargo well, but is low enough to avoid interference with handling trailers.
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