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U.S. Patent Specifications

U.S. Patent Specifications 320 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING October, 1940 aircraft to extend of turn, modified by the instantaneous angle of 2,194,890 . Spinner for Aircraft. Alexander forwardly from said ban k for actuating said second pointer and P . de Seversky, Locust Valley, N.Y. Application part , said housing indicators carried thereby. April 10, 1937. Serial No. 136,046. 4 Claims. enclosing an engine (Cl. 123—171.) an d a shaft adapted I n an aircraft the com­ 2,198,834 . Aircraft Appliance. Romeo M. t o be driven there­ bination with an engine and Nardone , East Orange, N.J., assignor, by mesne by, and a propeller a propeller of streamlining assignments, to Eclipse Aviation Corporation, East devices comprising a stream­ shaf t extending Orange, N.J., a corporation of New Jersey. Appli­ lined spinner section rotat- longitudinall y cation March 31, 1932. Serial No. (502,276. Re­ abl y mounted on the engine therethrough , a newed April 7, 1938. 5 Claims. (Cl. 244—103.) shaft forward of the pro­ propeller mounted on the outward end peller, means to inhibit rota­ tion of said spinner with the of said propeller shalt, and means disposed within shaft, a streamlined section the housing in th e vicinity of the par t thereof nearest movable with the propeller the supporting part of the aircraft for operatively and constituting a continua­ connecting said first shaft and said propeller shaft, tion of the streamlining of the spinner section, a whereby the reaction moment of the drive is trans­ streamlined fixed section secured to the engine and mitte d to said propeller shaft at a point where the constitutin g a continuation of the spinner and housing is rigidly secured to the supporting part of rotatabl e streamlined section and a cowling sur­ the aircraft and torsional strains caused by said rounding and secured to the engine and formed to reaction moment are prevented from being trans­ provide a narrow air inlet slot between said cowling mitte d to said supporting part. an d the fixed section to admit a limited flow of air abou t the engine and outlets for the exit of said 2,196,946 . Alighting Gear for Aircraft. air, said cowling including outlets for the exit of Theodore Handley Stone, Singapore, Straits Settle­ substantiall y all the air entering said inlet slot. ments . Application August 8, 1939. Serial No . 289,084. In Great Britain August 2, 1938. 5 Claims. (Cl. 244—101.) 2,196,546 . Door Construction for Aircraft. I n an aeroplane, a landing wheel, a spring motor Herber t L. Bowers, Kenmore, N.Y:, assignor to engageable with said wheel, and unitary control Bell Aircraft Corporation, Buffalo, N.Y., a cor­ mean s selectively operable either to lock said poratio n of New York. Application September 14, spring motor out of engagement with, to engage 1938. Serial No . 229,953. 8 Claims. (Cl. 244—129.) said spring motor in driving relation to, or to I n an aeroplane construction, a body portion, place said spring motor into condition to be wound a door therefor, said door being connected with by the rotation of said wheel. said body portion by means of a hinge and side supports , recesses within the interior of the door, a plurality of steps pivotally mounted within the 2,199,588 . Apparatus for Refuelling Air­ recesses, linkage connecting said steps, means by craft in the Air. Alan John Cobham, Hugh Coleman Johnson, and Percy Raymond Allison, Means for locking a pivotally mounted retractable Ford Aerodrome, Yapton, England, assignors to Flight Refuelling, Ltd., Temple, London, England. landin g gear against pivotal movement while the Application May 10, 1938. Serial No. 207,078. landing gear is in projected position and the weight I n Great Britain December 10, 1936. 20 Claims. of the aircraft is taken thereby comprising a landing element, a supporting element therefor, means for (CI. 244—135.) pivotall y attaching the landing element to the supportin g element, said means including a journal defining a generally vertical path for reciprocation an d an axle reciprocal therein, and latching means including adjacent members fixed on said elements, said members being relatively movable in a recipro­ catin g path controlled by said pivotal attaching means into latching engagement upon relative reciprocal movement of said elements in response t o the assumption of the weight of the aircraft b y said landing elements and out of latching engagement to permit relative pivotal movement of said elements as the aircraft is otherwise supported . A hose coupling comprising a nozzle, a reception fitting therefor and having a wall provided with 2,197,890 . Flight Control Device, more a n aperture, a valve in the nozzle having a stem, particularl y for Fast Aircraft. Paul Eduard a cable attached to the stem, and means for which the linkage may be caused to move the steps Köster, Berlin-Siemensstadt, Germany, assignor to drawing the cable through said aperture, said stem int o an operative position when the door is opened, Siemens Apparate und Maschinen Gesellschaft mit being adapted to close said aperture. an d means by which the linkage may be caused beschrankte r Haftung, Berlin, Germany, a cor­ t o move the steps into said recesses when the door poratio n of Germany. Application April 2, 1938. is closed, said side support s being movably mounted 2,199,938 . Floor Panel for Aircraft. George Serial No. 199,725. In Germany April 3, 1937. in tracks in the interior of the body portion, means E. Kloote, Grand Rapids, Mich., assignor to 2 Claims. (Cl. 33—204.) t o hold the side supports in the upper extremities Haskelite Manufacturing Corporation; a corporation An indicating de­ of the tracks when the door is in closed position, of New York. Application February 10, 193S. vice for aircraft com­ and removable means to support the side supports Serial No. 189,823. 2 Claims. (Cl. 20—91.) prising a gyroscope in the tracks when the door is in open position, responsive to inclina­ and means to release said removable means from tion of the craft th e tracks thereby freeing the door from the body abou t its longitudinal portion. axis, a dial, a pointer carrying two indica­ tors disposed on dia­ 2,196,563 . Arrangement for Driving the metrically opposite A compound hollow floor panel comprising a Propelle r of an Aircraft. Franz Neugebauer, sides of the face of flat core composed of parallel wood ribs in which Allach, near Munich, Germany, assignor to Junkers said dial operatively th e grain runs lengthwise, wide, short wood Flugzeug-und-Motorenwerke Aktiengesellschaft, a connected to said spacing blocks closing the gaps between and bonded corporation of Germany. Application December 2, gyroscope and re­ t o the ribs a t their ends so as to secure all of the 1938. Serial No. 243,678. In Germany, December sponsive t o motion of ribs together, the grain of the wood in the spacing 10, 1937. 4 Claims. (Cl. 244—54.) said craft about its blocks extending in the same general direction as An arrangement for driving aircraft, comprising longitudinal axis, a tha t in the ribs ; the ribs and the spacing blocks a housing mounted on a supporting part of an second pointer carry­ being cut away on the undersides thereof to form ing two indicators for deep rabbets along the longitudinal edges of the 'synchronous move­ core, and bars of wood fitting against the end • These abstracts of patents granted in the United States faces of the ribs and blocks and having portions men t in a given path are taken, by permission of the Department of Commerce, from the fitting in and filling said rabbet, the bars, ribs Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office. Printed copies of substantiall y parallel to and adjacent the paths the full specincations can bo obtained, price 10 cents each, from the and blocks being bonded together; and facing of said first two indicators, respectively, and means Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. panels of plywood bonded to the broad faces of responsive to the product of factors respectively Except where otherwise stated, the specification is unaccompanied the core. by drawings if none is reproduced. proportional to the speed of the craft and the rate 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 12 (10): 1 – Oct 1, 1940

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320 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING October, 1940 aircraft to extend of turn, modified by the instantaneous angle of 2,194,890 . Spinner for Aircraft. Alexander forwardly from said ban k for actuating said second pointer and P . de Seversky, Locust Valley, N.Y. Application part , said housing indicators carried thereby. April 10, 1937. Serial No. 136,046. 4 Claims. enclosing an engine (Cl. 123—171.) an d a shaft adapted I n an aircraft the com­ 2,198,834 . Aircraft Appliance. Romeo M. t o be driven there­ bination with an engine and Nardone , East Orange, N.J., assignor, by mesne by, and a propeller a propeller of streamlining assignments, to Eclipse Aviation Corporation, East devices comprising a stream­ shaf t extending Orange, N.J., a corporation of New Jersey. Appli­ lined spinner section rotat- longitudinall y cation March 31, 1932. Serial No. (502,276. Re­ abl y mounted on the engine therethrough , a newed April 7, 1938. 5 Claims. (Cl. 244—103.) shaft forward of the pro­ propeller mounted on the outward end peller, means to inhibit rota­ tion of said spinner with the of said propeller shalt, and means disposed within shaft, a streamlined section the housing in th e vicinity of the par t thereof nearest movable with the propeller the supporting part of the aircraft for operatively and constituting a continua­ connecting said first shaft and said propeller shaft, tion of the streamlining of the spinner section, a whereby the reaction moment of the drive is trans­ streamlined fixed section secured to the engine and mitte d to said propeller shaft at a point where the constitutin g a continuation of the spinner and housing is rigidly secured to the supporting part of rotatabl e streamlined section and a cowling sur­ the aircraft and torsional strains caused by said rounding and secured to the engine and formed to reaction moment are prevented from being trans­ provide a narrow air inlet slot between said cowling mitte d to said supporting part. an d the fixed section to admit a limited flow of air abou t the engine and outlets for the exit of said 2,196,946 . Alighting Gear for Aircraft. air, said cowling including outlets for the exit of Theodore Handley Stone, Singapore, Straits Settle­ substantiall y all the air entering said inlet slot. ments . Application August 8, 1939. Serial No . 289,084. In Great Britain August 2, 1938. 5 Claims. (Cl. 244—101.) 2,196,546 . Door Construction for Aircraft. I n an aeroplane, a landing wheel, a spring motor Herber t L. Bowers, Kenmore, N.Y:, assignor to engageable with said wheel, and unitary control Bell Aircraft Corporation, Buffalo, N.Y., a cor­ mean s selectively operable either to lock said poratio n of New York. Application September 14, spring motor out of engagement with, to engage 1938. Serial No . 229,953. 8 Claims. (Cl. 244—129.) said spring motor in driving relation to, or to I n an aeroplane construction, a body portion, place said spring motor into condition to be wound a door therefor, said door being connected with by the rotation of said wheel. said body portion by means of a hinge and side supports , recesses within the interior of the door, a plurality of steps pivotally mounted within the 2,199,588 . Apparatus for Refuelling Air­ recesses, linkage connecting said steps, means by craft in the Air. Alan John Cobham, Hugh Coleman Johnson, and Percy Raymond Allison, Means for locking a pivotally mounted retractable Ford Aerodrome, Yapton, England, assignors to Flight Refuelling, Ltd., Temple, London, England. landin g gear against pivotal movement while the Application May 10, 1938. Serial No. 207,078. landing gear is in projected position and the weight I n Great Britain December 10, 1936. 20 Claims. of the aircraft is taken thereby comprising a landing element, a supporting element therefor, means for (CI. 244—135.) pivotall y attaching the landing element to the supportin g element, said means including a journal defining a generally vertical path for reciprocation an d an axle reciprocal therein, and latching means including adjacent members fixed on said elements, said members being relatively movable in a recipro­ catin g path controlled by said pivotal attaching means into latching engagement upon relative reciprocal movement of said elements in response t o the assumption of the weight of the aircraft b y said landing elements and out of latching engagement to permit relative pivotal movement of said elements as the aircraft is otherwise supported . A hose coupling comprising a nozzle, a reception fitting therefor and having a wall provided with 2,197,890 . Flight Control Device, more a n aperture, a valve in the nozzle having a stem, particularl y for Fast Aircraft. Paul Eduard a cable attached to the stem, and means for which the linkage may be caused to move the steps Köster, Berlin-Siemensstadt, Germany, assignor to drawing the cable through said aperture, said stem int o an operative position when the door is opened, Siemens Apparate und Maschinen Gesellschaft mit being adapted to close said aperture. an d means by which the linkage may be caused beschrankte r Haftung, Berlin, Germany, a cor­ t o move the steps into said recesses when the door poratio n of Germany. Application April 2, 1938. is closed, said side support s being movably mounted 2,199,938 . Floor Panel for Aircraft. George Serial No. 199,725. In Germany April 3, 1937. in tracks in the interior of the body portion, means E. Kloote, Grand Rapids, Mich., assignor to 2 Claims. (Cl. 33—204.) t o hold the side supports in the upper extremities Haskelite Manufacturing Corporation; a corporation An indicating de­ of the tracks when the door is in closed position, of New York. Application February 10, 193S. vice for aircraft com­ and removable means to support the side supports Serial No. 189,823. 2 Claims. (Cl. 20—91.) prising a gyroscope in the tracks when the door is in open position, responsive to inclina­ and means to release said removable means from tion of the craft th e tracks thereby freeing the door from the body abou t its longitudinal portion. axis, a dial, a pointer carrying two indica­ tors disposed on dia­ 2,196,563 . Arrangement for Driving the metrically opposite A compound hollow floor panel comprising a Propelle r of an Aircraft. Franz Neugebauer, sides of the face of flat core composed of parallel wood ribs in which Allach, near Munich, Germany, assignor to Junkers said dial operatively th e grain runs lengthwise, wide, short wood Flugzeug-und-Motorenwerke Aktiengesellschaft, a connected to said spacing blocks closing the gaps between and bonded corporation of Germany. Application December 2, gyroscope and re­ t o the ribs a t their ends so as to secure all of the 1938. Serial No. 243,678. In Germany, December sponsive t o motion of ribs together, the grain of the wood in the spacing 10, 1937. 4 Claims. (Cl. 244—54.) said craft about its blocks extending in the same general direction as An arrangement for driving aircraft, comprising longitudinal axis, a tha t in the ribs ; the ribs and the spacing blocks a housing mounted on a supporting part of an second pointer carry­ being cut away on the undersides thereof to form ing two indicators for deep rabbets along the longitudinal edges of the 'synchronous move­ core, and bars of wood fitting against the end • These abstracts of patents granted in the United States faces of the ribs and blocks and having portions men t in a given path are taken, by permission of the Department of Commerce, from the fitting in and filling said rabbet, the bars, ribs Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office. Printed copies of substantiall y parallel to and adjacent the paths the full specincations can bo obtained, price 10 cents each, from the and blocks being bonded together; and facing of said first two indicators, respectively, and means Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. panels of plywood bonded to the broad faces of responsive to the product of factors respectively Except where otherwise stated, the specification is unaccompanied the core. by drawings if none is reproduced. proportional to the speed of the craft and the rate

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Published: Oct 1, 1940

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