Steven C Bielaga


from Bolingbrook, IL

Also known as:
  • Steven Bielaga
  • Steve Bielaga

Steven Bielaga Phones & Addresses

  • Bolingbrook, IL
  • 1614 Terri Cir, Naperville, IL 60563 • (630)7786436
  • Lombard, IL
  • 1614 Terri Cir, Naperville, IL 60563 • (630)6975736


  • Company:
    Mar 2010 to Jul 2013
  • Position:
    Chief engineer, 11l & 13l curent product


  • Degree:
  • School / High School:
    Illinois Institute of Technology
    1975 to 1979




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Chief Engineer, 11L &Amp; 13L Curent Product At Navistar

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Chief Engineer, 11L & 13L Curent Product at Navistar
Greater Chicago Area
Navistar since Mar 2010
Chief Engineer, 11L & 13L Curent Product

Navistar, Inc. Sep 2005 - Apr 2010
Manager, Design & Validation

Navistar Jan 2003 - Sep 2005
Manager, Engine Systems Center of Excellence

International Harvester / Navistar Jun 1979 - Jan 2003
Engineer, Product Engineer, Chief Engineer
Illinois Institute of Technology 1975 - 1979

Us Patents

  • Energy Absorbing Lift Bracket

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  • US Patent:
    20090095860, Apr 16, 2009
  • Filed:
    Oct 16, 2007
  • Appl. No.:
  • Inventors:
    Timothy Yoon - Des Plaines IL,
    Andrew B. Witkowski - Oakbrook Terrace IL,
    Martin R. Zielke - Homer Glen IL,
    Steven C. Bielaga - Naperville IL,
    Tyler R. Vincer - Elmhurst IL,
    Thomas G. Grotto - Winfield IL,
  • Assignee:
    International Engine Intellectual Property Company , LLC - Warrenville IL
  • International Classification:
    E02D 27/44
  • US Classification:
  • Abstract:
    A lift bracket () includes a topmost portion () having an opening () arranged for engagement with an engagement portion of a lifting apparatus. The topmost portion () is substantially flat and defines a first plane (A-A). A base portion () of the lift bracket () has at least one fastener opening () for fastening the base portion to the engine. The base portion () also lies in the first plane (A-A). A yield structure () is disposed between the topmost portion () and the base portion (), and includes a mid-portion () that defines at least one second plane (B-B) that is spaced and parallel to the first plane (A-A). When a tensile force is applied to the topmost portion (), the yielding structure () yields, the topmost portion displaces away from the base portion (), and the second plane (B-B) displaces towards the first plane (A-A).
  • Guided Piston For Internal Combustion Engine

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  • US Patent:
    59016787, May 11, 1999
  • Filed:
    Nov 11, 1997
  • Appl. No.:
  • Inventors:
    Steven C. Bielaga - Naperville IL
  • Assignee:
    Navistar International Transportation Corp - Chicago IL
  • International Classification:
  • US Classification:
  • Abstract:
    A guide ring for a piston comprises a split ring member having end edges which can be spread apart to slip the guide over the piston head and into a circumferential groove on an outer surface of a skirt portion of the piston head with the portions of the guide ring located in the pin bore area, including the end edges, being flattened. The guide ring is axially elongated and overlaps the piston pin bores. The guide ring is formed of low friction polyimide material which is firm yet flexible, compressible, and returns to its preformed configuration when the end edges are released.

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