U.S. Patent Specifications

U.S. Patent Specifications 336 AIRCRAF T ENGINEERING December, 1937 Some Recent Patents of Aeronautical Interest Granted in the U.S.A. 2,095,339 . Engine. Andre J. Meyer, Grosse 2,096,189 . Internal Combustion Engine. Point e Village, Mich., assignor to Continental Charles E. Miller, Anderson, Ind. Application Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich., a corporation August 26, 1935. Serial No. 37,990. 2 claims. of Virginia. Application October 29, 1934. Serial [Class 74-580.] No . 750,431. 4 claims. [Class 123-55.] 1. A connecting rod assembly, including a 1. In a radial multi-cylinder engine of the sleeve plurality of connecting rods, a segment-shaped valve type having a crankcase and a crankshaft, bearing member formed on the inner end of each sleeve valve means for each cylinder, sleeve driving connecting rod, slots formed in opposite sides of means, including an actuating element driven by th e segment-shaped bearing members, a slotted said crankshaft and moved in an orbital path for key interposed between adjacent bearing members impartin g a combined reciprocating and oscillating for interfitting engagement therewith to permit movemen t to said sleeve valve means, a cylindrical relative sliding movements and to facilitate the casing surrounding said actuating element and eccentrically supported therewith, a vane co­ operating with said casing and element to define a 2,095,734 . Rotor Flying Machine. Claude Dornier, Friedrichshafen - on - the - Bodensee, Germany . Application November 11, 1935. Serial No. 49,301. In Germany, January 16, 1933. 6 claims. [Class 244-17.] 2. In a Hying machine having a rotating system of wings connected to a common rotor and pro­ ducing lift and propelling power for said flying machine, the combination of a group of oscillating flaps movably connected with and protruding from said wings, automatic adjusting means connected with said wings and flaps and being adapted to automaticall y change the protrusion of said flaps from one side of said wings to a protrusion from the othe r side of said wings during one half revolution of said wing system, with another group of flaps which are also movably connected with and protrude from said wings, and adjusting means connected with said first mentioned flaps and being adapted t o change the degree of periodic protrusion of said first mentioned flaps. 2,095,958 . Parachute Flare Container. Jame s K. Allen, U. S. Navy, and Robert E. McCally, pum p chamber having inlet and outlet ports, flow of lubricant and a retaining ring encircling the Washington , D.C. Application December 2, 1935. valves associated with said ports, said orbital move­ segment-shaped bearing members for retaining the men t of said element effecting an evacuation of said same in position. pumpin g chamber. 2,097,599 . Cellular Structure. John 2,095,626 . Soundproof Cabin for Aircraft. Pavlecka , Detroit, Mich. Application Deccmber31, Preston R. Bassett, Rockville Centre, and Stephen 1934. Serial No. 759,816. Renewed July 20, J . Zand, Forest Hills, N.Y., assignors to Sperry 1937. 17 claims. [Class 244-124.] 1. A structure comprising a series of individual Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y., a tubula r cells of sheet material extending lengthwise corporation of New York. Application April 20, of the structure, each of said cells having its own 1933. Serial No. 666,940. 5 Claims. [Class 20-4.] chord web and two sides meeting in three apices, 1. In a soundproof cabin for aircraft having an two of said apices at said chord web being trans­ outer wall and a substantially rigid and imperforate versely serrated and the third apex being con­ inner wall, a corrugated pliable sound absorbing tinuous, said cells being intermeshed in said serrated material extending between the inner and outer Serial No. 52,515. 5 claims. [Class 89-1·5.] apices thereof whereby said chord webs provide a (Granted under the Act of March 3, 1883, as portion of the exterior surface of the structure, a amende d April 30, 1928; 370 O.G. 757.) numbe r of struts, certain of said struts interlocking 1. A device of the class described, comprising a each two intermeshed apices of said cells and supportin g means adapted to be carried by an other s of said struts being disposed in said con­ aircraft beneath a lower surface thereof, sub­ tinuou s apices of said cells, a panel or panels of stantially parallel to the longitudinal axis thereof, shee t material providing the remaining portion of a streamlined housing suspended from said support th e exterior surface of the structure, said panel or parallel thereto, said housing including two longi­ panels being secured detachably to said struts in tudinall y extending doors making up substantially said continuous apices of said cells. th e lower half of said housing, a longitudinal hinge means at the upper edge of each door, springs associated with said hinges to move said doors to th e closed position, an arm at each end of said doors extending into said housing, an arcuately slotted plate adjacent each of said arms, a pin on each arm movable in the adjacent slot, a sheave mounted below and in alignment with each pin with freedom for limited vertical movement, yield- walls thereof and carried by said inner wall, the able means to urge each sheave toward its lower­ successive corrugations of said sound absorbing most position, latch means engageable with the material abutting said inner and outer walls respectively adjacent door carried by each of the alternately, and sound absorbing material within said sheaves, cables passing over said sheaves and th e inner wall and attached thereto and forming respectively secured to the adjacent pin, a segment th e interior trim. of a circle pivotally mounted at its centre of curva­ tur e and having a substantially diametrically extending arm, and means operable from a distance *The above abstracts or patents granted in the United States attache d to said arm to rotate said segment about are taken, by permission of the Department of Commerce, from the its pivot, said cables being operatively connected Official Ga§ette of the United States Patent Office. Printed copies of to said segment to be partially rolled on the are the full specifications can be obtained, price 10 cents each, from the Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. thereof, whereby a pull applied to said means will Except where otherwise stated, the specification is unaccompanied rotat e said segment and thereby open said doors. by drawings if none is reproduced, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology Emerald Publishing

U.S. Patent Specifications

Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology, Volume 9 (12): 1 – Dec 1, 1937

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336 AIRCRAF T ENGINEERING December, 1937 Some Recent Patents of Aeronautical Interest Granted in the U.S.A. 2,095,339 . Engine. Andre J. Meyer, Grosse 2,096,189 . Internal Combustion Engine. Point e Village, Mich., assignor to Continental Charles E. Miller, Anderson, Ind. Application Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich., a corporation August 26, 1935. Serial No. 37,990. 2 claims. of Virginia. Application October 29, 1934. Serial [Class 74-580.] No . 750,431. 4 claims. [Class 123-55.] 1. A connecting rod assembly, including a 1. In a radial multi-cylinder engine of the sleeve plurality of connecting rods, a segment-shaped valve type having a crankcase and a crankshaft, bearing member formed on the inner end of each sleeve valve means for each cylinder, sleeve driving connecting rod, slots formed in opposite sides of means, including an actuating element driven by th e segment-shaped bearing members, a slotted said crankshaft and moved in an orbital path for key interposed between adjacent bearing members impartin g a combined reciprocating and oscillating for interfitting engagement therewith to permit movemen t to said sleeve valve means, a cylindrical relative sliding movements and to facilitate the casing surrounding said actuating element and eccentrically supported therewith, a vane co­ operating with said casing and element to define a 2,095,734 . Rotor Flying Machine. Claude Dornier, Friedrichshafen - on - the - Bodensee, Germany . Application November 11, 1935. Serial No. 49,301. In Germany, January 16, 1933. 6 claims. [Class 244-17.] 2. In a Hying machine having a rotating system of wings connected to a common rotor and pro­ ducing lift and propelling power for said flying machine, the combination of a group of oscillating flaps movably connected with and protruding from said wings, automatic adjusting means connected with said wings and flaps and being adapted to automaticall y change the protrusion of said flaps from one side of said wings to a protrusion from the othe r side of said wings during one half revolution of said wing system, with another group of flaps which are also movably connected with and protrude from said wings, and adjusting means connected with said first mentioned flaps and being adapted t o change the degree of periodic protrusion of said first mentioned flaps. 2,095,958 . Parachute Flare Container. Jame s K. Allen, U. S. Navy, and Robert E. McCally, pum p chamber having inlet and outlet ports, flow of lubricant and a retaining ring encircling the Washington , D.C. Application December 2, 1935. valves associated with said ports, said orbital move­ segment-shaped bearing members for retaining the men t of said element effecting an evacuation of said same in position. pumpin g chamber. 2,097,599 . Cellular Structure. John 2,095,626 . Soundproof Cabin for Aircraft. Pavlecka , Detroit, Mich. Application Deccmber31, Preston R. Bassett, Rockville Centre, and Stephen 1934. Serial No. 759,816. Renewed July 20, J . Zand, Forest Hills, N.Y., assignors to Sperry 1937. 17 claims. [Class 244-124.] 1. A structure comprising a series of individual Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N.Y., a tubula r cells of sheet material extending lengthwise corporation of New York. Application April 20, of the structure, each of said cells having its own 1933. Serial No. 666,940. 5 Claims. [Class 20-4.] chord web and two sides meeting in three apices, 1. In a soundproof cabin for aircraft having an two of said apices at said chord web being trans­ outer wall and a substantially rigid and imperforate versely serrated and the third apex being con­ inner wall, a corrugated pliable sound absorbing tinuous, said cells being intermeshed in said serrated material extending between the inner and outer Serial No. 52,515. 5 claims. [Class 89-1·5.] apices thereof whereby said chord webs provide a (Granted under the Act of March 3, 1883, as portion of the exterior surface of the structure, a amende d April 30, 1928; 370 O.G. 757.) numbe r of struts, certain of said struts interlocking 1. A device of the class described, comprising a each two intermeshed apices of said cells and supportin g means adapted to be carried by an other s of said struts being disposed in said con­ aircraft beneath a lower surface thereof, sub­ tinuou s apices of said cells, a panel or panels of stantially parallel to the longitudinal axis thereof, shee t material providing the remaining portion of a streamlined housing suspended from said support th e exterior surface of the structure, said panel or parallel thereto, said housing including two longi­ panels being secured detachably to said struts in tudinall y extending doors making up substantially said continuous apices of said cells. th e lower half of said housing, a longitudinal hinge means at the upper edge of each door, springs associated with said hinges to move said doors to th e closed position, an arm at each end of said doors extending into said housing, an arcuately slotted plate adjacent each of said arms, a pin on each arm movable in the adjacent slot, a sheave mounted below and in alignment with each pin with freedom for limited vertical movement, yield- walls thereof and carried by said inner wall, the able means to urge each sheave toward its lower­ successive corrugations of said sound absorbing most position, latch means engageable with the material abutting said inner and outer walls respectively adjacent door carried by each of the alternately, and sound absorbing material within said sheaves, cables passing over said sheaves and th e inner wall and attached thereto and forming respectively secured to the adjacent pin, a segment th e interior trim. of a circle pivotally mounted at its centre of curva­ tur e and having a substantially diametrically extending arm, and means operable from a distance *The above abstracts or patents granted in the United States attache d to said arm to rotate said segment about are taken, by permission of the Department of Commerce, from the its pivot, said cables being operatively connected Official Ga§ette of the United States Patent Office. Printed copies of to said segment to be partially rolled on the are the full specifications can be obtained, price 10 cents each, from the Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. thereof, whereby a pull applied to said means will Except where otherwise stated, the specification is unaccompanied rotat e said segment and thereby open said doors. by drawings if none is reproduced,

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