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Month in the Patent Office 256 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING September, 1934 A Selection of the More Important Aircraft and Engin e Specifications Published Recently Th e shroud lines 32 are connected in groups of five t o four rings on shoulder strap s 27, 127. Fig. 13, th e straps 127 having tabs 53 secured by press button s 54 t o stud s 55 o n th e inside bac k of th e pack . These buttons are undone as th e parachute is with ­ drawn . Elastic bands arc provided on the flaps of th e pack to facilitate opening. According to the earlier Provisional Specification, for quickly de­ tachin g the parachut e and harness from the wearer, one of th e strap s of the harness has a solid or hollow projection engaged by eyelets on other straps which ar e secured on the projection by a detachable handle . This handl e comprises a flanged ring having pin s and grooves respectively engaging bayonet slots or recesses and spring-pressed balls on the projection. There are two adjustable bracing strap s extending from the main lift webs near the 405,693 . Parachutes. Quilter, R. C., Bawd- shoulder in front of the wearer and two other sey Manor, Woodbridge, Suffolk, and Gregory, J., bracin g straps, th e four ends being secured together is first connected t o a low-voltage par t of th e battery 77, Musard Road, Hammersmith , London. Aug. 11, b y the flanged ring fastening. an d then to a high-voltage part a t the end of the 1932, Nos. 22541 and 35680. [Class 4.] strok e of the lever; the point of the star-wheel A pack parachute wherein the pack is closed by passes the end of the plunger p which, with the tw o flap s havin g stud s which co-operate with eyelets lever q, returns to the initial set position. The on two other flaps in which th e studs are held by the lever It ma y be returned to its initial position by a rip cord, ha s th e pilot parachute, which is fitted with spring. The contacts s, t, u may be connected to a spring opening device, packed between the flaps separat e batteries of different voltage or the lever carrying the studs and the flaps having the eyelets It ma y be the movable element of a rheostat in the so as t o assist th e disengagement of th e eyelets from circuit of a single battery. th e studs when the rip cord is pulled. The pack is buil t round a rectangular wire frame 21, 22, Fig. 9, 406,925 . Driving aircraft propellers. Fairey an d has two end flaps 23, 24, fitted with conical Aviation Co., Ltd., Cranford Lane, Hayes, Middle­ stud s 63, and two side flaps 25, 26, having eyelets sex, and Forsyth, A. G., Venlaw, Burdon Lane, 65, 66. The shroud lines of the main parachute Cheam, Surrey. Aug. 88, 1933, No . 22196. [Class 4.] ar c tucked in zigzag formation into elastic loops An airscrew hub a is formed integrally with a 57 and the folded canopy laid over them . The two shaft b which is telescoped in and connected to a end flaps 23, 24 ar e then folded over and the folded shaft e constitutin g a n independent unit carryin g the pilot parachute laid over them between flaps 64. mai n reduction gear wheel q and thrust bearing « The n the side flaps 25, 26 are folded over and the wit h locking nut, the shaft b being removable with­ four eyelets ar c engaged over th e studs 63 an d held ou t dismantling the parts of said unit. The engine b y a wire rip cord 67, Fig. 1, passed through holes cran k case is split in a vertical transverse plane to i n the studs. A flap 70 on th e flap 26 is buttoned enable the gearing to be inserted from the front. ove r th e ri p cord and flaps 78 ar e tucked in to close Th e shaft b is splined to th e shaft e an d a coned por­ th e corners. The pilot parachute has an endless tion c a t its front end is drawn against a gun-metal wire butterfly spring 47, Fig. 5, stitched beneath washe r j by a nut k a t the rear end of the shaft. tape s on the fabric, and this spring assists the Th e shaft e run s in bearings f, g, in addition to the separatio n of the flaps 25, 26 from the flaps 23, 24 ball-thrus t bearing u. a s well a s ensurin g th e opening of th e pilot parachute . The main parachute has a skirt portion 39, Fig. 3, and at diametrically opposite points has openings 40 covered by outwardly and inwardly opening flaps on the two surfaces of the fabric to assist entry of air as the cover is withdrawn from the pack. The shroud lines 32 extend right across th e vent 34 and th e cable 35 of the pilot parachut e is looped t o them . 406,502 . Turning-gear. Fairey Aviation Co.. Ltd. , Cranford Lane, Hayes, Middlesex, and For­ syth , A. G., Venlaw, Burdon Lane, Cheam, Surrey. April 13, 1933. No. 11162. [Class 7 (v).] I n an engine starte r in which a worm wheel a on th e engine shaft is driven through a worm c moved axially on a spindle b by a lever k, which closes different electric circuits whereby the worm is first rotate d slowly to engage with the wheel and then a t such speed as t o enable th e engine t o be started, th e movement of the worm is effected through intermediat e means which are reset automatically before the completion of the travel of the lever It. As shown, the spindle b is driven from an electric moto r d throug h a pinion c engaging a toothed rim f carried by a pair of plates g, which rotate on a ratche t bush h keyed to the spindle b and carry pawls j in engagemen t with the ratchet bush. The lever k has buttress teeth n spring-held in engage­ men t with similar teet h on a star-wheel o. A spring- controlled plunger p is interposed between the star- wheel and a lever q bearing against the end of the wor m c. Movement of th e lever k t o th e left moves th e worm c into engagement with the wheel a. A contact r on the lever k first bridges contacts s, t and afterwards contacts t, u, so tha t the motor d http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

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256 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING September, 1934 A Selection of the More Important Aircraft and Engin e Specifications Published Recently Th e shroud lines 32 are connected in groups of five t o four rings on shoulder strap s 27, 127. Fig. 13, th e straps 127 having tabs 53 secured by press button s 54 t o stud s 55 o n th e inside bac k of th e pack . These buttons are undone as th e parachute is with ­ drawn . Elastic bands arc provided on the flaps of th e pack to facilitate opening. According to the earlier Provisional Specification, for quickly de­ tachin g the parachut e and harness from the wearer, one of th e strap s of the harness has a solid or hollow projection engaged by eyelets on other straps which ar e secured on the projection by a detachable handle . This handl e comprises a flanged ring having pin s and grooves respectively engaging bayonet slots or recesses and spring-pressed balls on the projection. There are two adjustable bracing strap s extending from the main lift webs near the 405,693 . Parachutes. Quilter, R. C., Bawd- shoulder in front of the wearer and two other sey Manor, Woodbridge, Suffolk, and Gregory, J., bracin g straps, th e four ends being secured together is first connected t o a low-voltage par t of th e battery 77, Musard Road, Hammersmith , London. Aug. 11, b y the flanged ring fastening. an d then to a high-voltage part a t the end of the 1932, Nos. 22541 and 35680. [Class 4.] strok e of the lever; the point of the star-wheel A pack parachute wherein the pack is closed by passes the end of the plunger p which, with the tw o flap s havin g stud s which co-operate with eyelets lever q, returns to the initial set position. The on two other flaps in which th e studs are held by the lever It ma y be returned to its initial position by a rip cord, ha s th e pilot parachute, which is fitted with spring. The contacts s, t, u may be connected to a spring opening device, packed between the flaps separat e batteries of different voltage or the lever carrying the studs and the flaps having the eyelets It ma y be the movable element of a rheostat in the so as t o assist th e disengagement of th e eyelets from circuit of a single battery. th e studs when the rip cord is pulled. The pack is buil t round a rectangular wire frame 21, 22, Fig. 9, 406,925 . Driving aircraft propellers. Fairey an d has two end flaps 23, 24, fitted with conical Aviation Co., Ltd., Cranford Lane, Hayes, Middle­ stud s 63, and two side flaps 25, 26, having eyelets sex, and Forsyth, A. G., Venlaw, Burdon Lane, 65, 66. The shroud lines of the main parachute Cheam, Surrey. Aug. 88, 1933, No . 22196. [Class 4.] ar c tucked in zigzag formation into elastic loops An airscrew hub a is formed integrally with a 57 and the folded canopy laid over them . The two shaft b which is telescoped in and connected to a end flaps 23, 24 ar e then folded over and the folded shaft e constitutin g a n independent unit carryin g the pilot parachute laid over them between flaps 64. mai n reduction gear wheel q and thrust bearing « The n the side flaps 25, 26 are folded over and the wit h locking nut, the shaft b being removable with­ four eyelets ar c engaged over th e studs 63 an d held ou t dismantling the parts of said unit. The engine b y a wire rip cord 67, Fig. 1, passed through holes cran k case is split in a vertical transverse plane to i n the studs. A flap 70 on th e flap 26 is buttoned enable the gearing to be inserted from the front. ove r th e ri p cord and flaps 78 ar e tucked in to close Th e shaft b is splined to th e shaft e an d a coned por­ th e corners. The pilot parachute has an endless tion c a t its front end is drawn against a gun-metal wire butterfly spring 47, Fig. 5, stitched beneath washe r j by a nut k a t the rear end of the shaft. tape s on the fabric, and this spring assists the Th e shaft e run s in bearings f, g, in addition to the separatio n of the flaps 25, 26 from the flaps 23, 24 ball-thrus t bearing u. a s well a s ensurin g th e opening of th e pilot parachute . The main parachute has a skirt portion 39, Fig. 3, and at diametrically opposite points has openings 40 covered by outwardly and inwardly opening flaps on the two surfaces of the fabric to assist entry of air as the cover is withdrawn from the pack. The shroud lines 32 extend right across th e vent 34 and th e cable 35 of the pilot parachut e is looped t o them . 406,502 . Turning-gear. Fairey Aviation Co.. Ltd. , Cranford Lane, Hayes, Middlesex, and For­ syth , A. G., Venlaw, Burdon Lane, Cheam, Surrey. April 13, 1933. No. 11162. [Class 7 (v).] I n an engine starte r in which a worm wheel a on th e engine shaft is driven through a worm c moved axially on a spindle b by a lever k, which closes different electric circuits whereby the worm is first rotate d slowly to engage with the wheel and then a t such speed as t o enable th e engine t o be started, th e movement of the worm is effected through intermediat e means which are reset automatically before the completion of the travel of the lever It. As shown, the spindle b is driven from an electric moto r d throug h a pinion c engaging a toothed rim f carried by a pair of plates g, which rotate on a ratche t bush h keyed to the spindle b and carry pawls j in engagemen t with the ratchet bush. The lever k has buttress teeth n spring-held in engage­ men t with similar teet h on a star-wheel o. A spring- controlled plunger p is interposed between the star- wheel and a lever q bearing against the end of the wor m c. Movement of th e lever k t o th e left moves th e worm c into engagement with the wheel a. A contact r on the lever k first bridges contacts s, t and afterwards contacts t, u, so tha t the motor d

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