Construction Sosrobahu As a Pole Buffer

Among the people of civil engineering or architecture, engineering sosrobahu are certainly familiar. Sosrobahu technique is the construction technique used mainly to rotate the shoulder sleeve concrete flyovers. With this technique, the arm elevated road is placed parallel to the road below it, then rotated 90 degrees so that its construction does not interfere with traffic flow underneath.

This technique is widely applied in the overpass, both in Indonesia and abroad, such as, the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, and Singapore. The inventor is the people of Indonesia that is Ir. Tjokro Raka Sukawati. Application of construction techniques Sosrobahu was first applied by Tjokro at the time of the Cawang toll road to Tanjung Priok has a total length of approximately 16.5 km.
By applying Paskal law which states: "when the liquid pressure in a confined space is given, then the pressure will be forwarded to all directions." Raka create their own formula and name Raka Sukawati formula that until now there is no book that discuss it because there is no need. From there, they are combining law with friction to rotate the load pascal law to lift the load.

Unfortunately this new discovery can have their Patent and Trademark Notices ie slow starting in 1995, while Japan has given him in 1992. Two other countries that also provide patent is Malaysia and the Philippines ..
Now Sosrobahu technology is exported to the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Singapore. One of the longest elevated road in Metro Manila, namely Rua Vilamore-Bicutan, using a technique which is the work of creation technique Tjokorda. In the Philippines Sosrobahu technology diterpakan to 298 street pole. While in Kuala Lumpur as many as 135. When Sosrobahu technology applied in the Philippines, Philippine President Fidel Ramos said, "this is the findings of Indonesia as well as pieces created by the son of ASEAN"
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