U.S. Patent Specifications

U.S. Patent Specifications These details and drawings of patents granted in the United States are taken, by permission of the Department of Commerce, from the 'Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office'. Printed copies of the full specification can be obtained, price 10 cents each, from the Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D.C. , U.S.A . They are usually available for inspection at the British Patent Office, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London, W.C.2. In an aeroplane designed for speeds involving high Mach numbers at which compressibility effects are encountered, the combination with a main wing and a stabilizer, of a baffle located in the lower forward por­ tion of said main wing in the region where shock waves form when speeds arc attained at which com­ pressibility effects arc encountered, a baffle located in the upper forward portion of said stabilizer, and means for simultaneously extending the baffles in said main wing and stabilizer to maintain the coefficient of lift of said main wing and to maintain the effective stabilizing down-load of said stabilizer when speeds arc attained at which compressibility effects arc en­ countered, whereby to maintain the positive pitching 2,449,231. Aircraft Cabin Pressure Control. Joseph 2,448,824. Rotary Turbine-type Hydraulic Coup­ moment of the aeroplane. Jerger, Ferguson, M., assignor to Curtiss-Wright ling. Nathan C. Price, Hollywood, Calif., assignor to Corporation, a corporation of Delaware. Application Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, Calif. ' 2,450,745. Axial Flow Compressor. Karl Baumann, September 2, 1939. Serial No. 293,223. 17 Claims. Application November 24, 1944. Serial No. 564,993. Mere, Knutsford, England, assignor to Metropolitan- (Cl. 98—1.5.) 12 Claims. (Cl. 60—54.) Vickers Electrical Company Limited, London, Eng­ land, a company of Great Britain. Application April 6, 1944. Serial No. 529,802. In Great Britain Novem­ ber 12, 1942. Section 1, Public Law 690, August 8, 1946. Patent expires November 12, 1962. 8 Claims. (Cl. 230—114.) 2,448,847. Control Cable for Aircraft. Edward E. Van Dyke, Sherman Oaks, and Kingdon Kerr, Los Angeles, Calif., assignors to Douglas Aircraft Com­ pany, Inc., Santa Monica, Calif., a corporation of 2,449,452. Propeller Governor. Charles W. Chill- Delaware. Application May 9, 1944. Serial No. son, Clifton. N.J., assignor to Curtiss-Wright Cor­ 534,746. 7 Claims. (Cl. 244—1.) • poration, a corporation of Delaware. Application » A high strength control cable for use in aircraft March 15, 1939. Serial No. 261,879. 13 Claims. control systems comprising: a plurality of wires of 2,451,008. Reaction Jet System for Aircraft Con­ (Cl. 170—163.) high strength aluminium alloy laid together in helical trol. William W. Williams, Buffalo, N.Y., assignor to wraps to constitute an aluminium alloy cable; a tubu­ Bell Aircraft Corporation, Buffalo, N.Y. Application lar sheath of material of lesser tensile strength than March 26, 1945. Serial No. 584,923. 1 Claim. (CI. said aluminium alloy serving to maintain said wires 244—52.) in position and to protect the same; and a length of steel cable connected to at least one end of said aluminium alloy cable to enable said control cable to flex readily around a pulley or the like where used in an aircraft control system by the engagement of said length of steel cable with said pulley. 2,451,106. Propeller Blade Construction. Erle Martin, West Hartford, Conn., assignor to United Aircraft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn, a cor­ poration of Delaware. Application April 22, 1944. Serial No. 532,246. 3 Claims. (Cl. 170—159.) 2,449,468. Fuel Injection System for Internal- Combustion Engines. Leonard Sidney Greenland, 2,448,983. Engine Cylinder. Hale] Johnson, Jack­ Weston-super-Mare, England, assignor to H. M. son Heights, N.Y., assignor to Fairchild Engine & Hobson Limited, London, England, a company of Aeroplane Corporation, Farmingdale, N.Y., a cor­ Great Britain. Application December 29, 1945. Serial poration of Maryland. Application May 2, 1944. No. 638,129. In Great Britain February 12, 1945. Serial No. 533,685. 6 Claims. (Cl. 309—2.) 4 Claims. (Cl. 123—119.) As an article of manufacture, a one-piece internal combustion engine cylinder part formed of metal, having a substantially uniform chemical composition throughout and comprising a straight-sided tubular barrel portion having substantially the physical char­ acteristics of cast steel, a dome-shaped head portion having substantially the physical characteristics of wrought steel, and an intermediate portion between said barrel and head portions having physical charac­ teristics changing progressively from substantially cast steel adjacent said barrel portion to substantially An aeronautical propeller having a hub and metal wrought steel adjacent to said head portion. blades extending substantially radially outward from said hub, said blades having a thrust face and being initially curved away from said face to an extent at 2,449,022. Fuel System for Aircraft Power Plants least as great as the extent determined by the formula for Aircraft Propulsion and Boundary Layer Air Con­ 2,450,709. Aircraft Control. Ward W. Beman. trol. Edward A. Stalker, Bay City. Mich. Application Glendale, Calif., assignor to Lockheed Aircraft Cor­ March 12, 1945. Serial No. 582,394. 1 Claim. poration, Burbank, Calif. Application February 22, Cl. 244-40.) 1943. Serial No. 476,715. 1 Claim. (Cl. 244—75.) 62 Aircraft Engineering http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

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These details and drawings of patents granted in the United States are taken, by permission of the Department of Commerce, from the 'Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office'. Printed copies of the full specification can be obtained, price 10 cents each, from the Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D.C. , U.S.A . They are usually available for inspection at the British Patent Office, Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London, W.C.2. In an aeroplane designed for speeds involving high Mach numbers at which compressibility effects are encountered, the combination with a main wing and a stabilizer, of a baffle located in the lower forward por­ tion of said main wing in the region where shock waves form when speeds arc attained at which com­ pressibility effects arc encountered, a baffle located in the upper forward portion of said stabilizer, and means for simultaneously extending the baffles in said main wing and stabilizer to maintain the coefficient of lift of said main wing and to maintain the effective stabilizing down-load of said stabilizer when speeds arc attained at which compressibility effects arc en­ countered, whereby to maintain the positive pitching 2,449,231. Aircraft Cabin Pressure Control. Joseph 2,448,824. Rotary Turbine-type Hydraulic Coup­ moment of the aeroplane. Jerger, Ferguson, M., assignor to Curtiss-Wright ling. Nathan C. Price, Hollywood, Calif., assignor to Corporation, a corporation of Delaware. Application Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, Calif. ' 2,450,745. Axial Flow Compressor. Karl Baumann, September 2, 1939. Serial No. 293,223. 17 Claims. Application November 24, 1944. Serial No. 564,993. Mere, Knutsford, England, assignor to Metropolitan- (Cl. 98—1.5.) 12 Claims. (Cl. 60—54.) Vickers Electrical Company Limited, London, Eng­ land, a company of Great Britain. Application April 6, 1944. Serial No. 529,802. In Great Britain Novem­ ber 12, 1942. Section 1, Public Law 690, August 8, 1946. Patent expires November 12, 1962. 8 Claims. (Cl. 230—114.) 2,448,847. Control Cable for Aircraft. Edward E. Van Dyke, Sherman Oaks, and Kingdon Kerr, Los Angeles, Calif., assignors to Douglas Aircraft Com­ pany, Inc., Santa Monica, Calif., a corporation of 2,449,452. Propeller Governor. Charles W. Chill- Delaware. Application May 9, 1944. Serial No. son, Clifton. N.J., assignor to Curtiss-Wright Cor­ 534,746. 7 Claims. (Cl. 244—1.) • poration, a corporation of Delaware. Application » A high strength control cable for use in aircraft March 15, 1939. Serial No. 261,879. 13 Claims. control systems comprising: a plurality of wires of 2,451,008. Reaction Jet System for Aircraft Con­ (Cl. 170—163.) high strength aluminium alloy laid together in helical trol. William W. Williams, Buffalo, N.Y., assignor to wraps to constitute an aluminium alloy cable; a tubu­ Bell Aircraft Corporation, Buffalo, N.Y. Application lar sheath of material of lesser tensile strength than March 26, 1945. Serial No. 584,923. 1 Claim. (CI. said aluminium alloy serving to maintain said wires 244—52.) in position and to protect the same; and a length of steel cable connected to at least one end of said aluminium alloy cable to enable said control cable to flex readily around a pulley or the like where used in an aircraft control system by the engagement of said length of steel cable with said pulley. 2,451,106. Propeller Blade Construction. Erle Martin, West Hartford, Conn., assignor to United Aircraft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn, a cor­ poration of Delaware. Application April 22, 1944. Serial No. 532,246. 3 Claims. (Cl. 170—159.) 2,449,468. Fuel Injection System for Internal- Combustion Engines. Leonard Sidney Greenland, 2,448,983. Engine Cylinder. Hale] Johnson, Jack­ Weston-super-Mare, England, assignor to H. M. son Heights, N.Y., assignor to Fairchild Engine & Hobson Limited, London, England, a company of Aeroplane Corporation, Farmingdale, N.Y., a cor­ Great Britain. Application December 29, 1945. Serial poration of Maryland. Application May 2, 1944. No. 638,129. In Great Britain February 12, 1945. Serial No. 533,685. 6 Claims. (Cl. 309—2.) 4 Claims. (Cl. 123—119.) As an article of manufacture, a one-piece internal combustion engine cylinder part formed of metal, having a substantially uniform chemical composition throughout and comprising a straight-sided tubular barrel portion having substantially the physical char­ acteristics of cast steel, a dome-shaped head portion having substantially the physical characteristics of wrought steel, and an intermediate portion between said barrel and head portions having physical charac­ teristics changing progressively from substantially cast steel adjacent said barrel portion to substantially An aeronautical propeller having a hub and metal wrought steel adjacent to said head portion. blades extending substantially radially outward from said hub, said blades having a thrust face and being initially curved away from said face to an extent at 2,449,022. Fuel System for Aircraft Power Plants least as great as the extent determined by the formula for Aircraft Propulsion and Boundary Layer Air Con­ 2,450,709. Aircraft Control. Ward W. Beman. trol. Edward A. Stalker, Bay City. Mich. Application Glendale, Calif., assignor to Lockheed Aircraft Cor­ March 12, 1945. Serial No. 582,394. 1 Claim. poration, Burbank, Calif. Application February 22, Cl. 244-40.) 1943. Serial No. 476,715. 1 Claim. (Cl. 244—75.) 62 Aircraft Engineering

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