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U.S. Patent Specifications

U.S. Patent Specifications 146 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING May, 1936 Some Recent Patents of Aeronautical Interest Granted in the U.S.A. between the said valve piston and the opposite end of the rocker. 2,033,321 . Bearing Metal Alloy. Alfred L. Boegehold. Detroit Mich. assignor by mesne assignments , to General Motors Corporation, Detroit , Mich., a corporation of Delaware. Ap­ plication Oct. 19, 1933. -Serial No. 694,251. 3 Claims. [Class 308-237.] 1. A bearing comprising a ferrous metal sup­ portin g shell or backing and a copper-lead bearing meta l facing fused to said support so as to be a 2,033,571 . Gyroplanes. Juan de la Cierva, unitar y part thereof; said facing being composed Madrid, Spain, assignor to Autogiro Company of of from 70 t o 50 part s of copper and from 30 t o 50 America, Philadelphia, Pa., a corporation of Dela­ 2,033,073 . Automatic fire protection sys­ part s of lead, and the same containing a small ware . Application June 16, 1932. Serial No. te m and apparatus. Henry Ernest Heigis, West amoun t but more tha n 1 pe r cent of tellurium. 617,500. In Great Britain June 22, 1931. 9 Claims. Orange, N . J. , assignor t o Walte r Kidd e & Company , [Class 244-19.] Inc. , Bloomfield, N. J., a corporation of New York. Application Dec. 12, 1933. Serial No. 702,088. 1. In an aircraft having a normally air actuated 6 claims. [Class 116-101.] sustaining rotor, a body beneath said rotor, including a cabin structure and an upwardly extending hum p 1. I n an automatic internal combustion engine or pylon for securing the rotor to the top of the fire protective system, the combination with the cabin structure, an undercarriage, including an engine of an indicator operable by the continuous alightin g element located centrally of the body, flow of a fluid, means on the engine to maintain a laterall y considered, and a main compression means degree of pressure different from atmospheric for said element extending upwardly in substantial, pressure during the time of operation of th e engine, longitudinally inclined, alignment with similarly a normally closed fluid system including the indi­ inclined upright structural portions of said body, cato r and the pressure maintaining means, and cabin and hump. mean s for opening th e fluid syste m t o th e atmospher e upo n the outbreak of fire, said indicator comprising a body member formed with a chamber, inlet and outlet connections for connecting said chamber in 2,033,342 . Variable Pitch Airscrew. Ray­ 2,033,768 . Turret. Drew M. Helwig, Overlea, said normally closed fluid system and for permitting mon d P. Lansing, Montclair, and Romeo M. Md., assignor to The Glenn L. Martin Company, a flow of fluid through the chamber, a movable Nardone , East Orange, N.J., assignors to Eclipse element in said chamber adapted t o remai n normally Aviatio n Corporatiom, East Orange, N.J., a motionless but to move continuously upon the corporatio n of Delaware. Application Mar. 16, creation of a flow of fluid through the chamber, and 1934. Serial No . 715,964. 18 Claims. [Class 170-163]. a sight opening for permitting observation of the 1. A variable pitch airscrew having a shaft and movable element in either its motionless or its a plurality of blades adjustable to vary the pitch moving condition. thereof, gear means rotatably carried by the shaft for adjusting the blades to var y th e pitch thereof in 2,033,128 . Internal Combustion Engine Byr d L. Edds, Sherman, Tex. Application Mar. 7, 1934. Serial No. 714,502. 5 Claims. [Class 123-188.] 1. An internal combustion engine valve mech­ anism , including a valve sleeve and a valve piston Baltimore , Md. Application Oct. 15, 1932. Serial operativ e in th e sleeve, drive means for the sleeve No . 637,875. 17 Claims. [Class 89-37.] an d piston, said drive means consisting of a train 7. In an aeroplane having a pilot position; a of reduction gearing off the engine crank shaft, a turre t in the nose of said aeroplane, the turret bell crank rocker, th e final gear of the said reduced being apertured into the positive pressure area; gearing being provided with an eccentric pin, said an d means, including a partition between the said pin being disposed through one end of the rocker, a turre t and the said position whereby the turret connectio n between the said valve sleeve and the is substantially airtight, except for said aperture. intermediat e portion of th e rocker, an d a connection 2,034,083 . Landing Gear. Arthur G. Butler, Eggertsville, N.Y., assignor to Curtiss Aeroplane an d Motor Company, Inc., a corporation of New York. Application Dec. 19, 1934. Serial No. 758,167. 7 Claims. [Class 244-2.] 1. In an aircraft fuselage, in combination a tail chassis construction comprising a cross yoke, a tai l wheel carried thereby, laterally spaced shock- absorbin g devices connecting the outer ends of said yoke with said aircraft, a retractable arrestng hook, and means for retracting said hook t o a poai- tion within said fuselage and between said spaced shock-absorbing devices, and for extending said hook beyond th e rearward end of said fuselage. response to driving of said gear means at speeds greate r than and less than the airscrew speed, * The above abstracts of patents granted in the United" Stales mean s for so driving said gear means including a are taken, by permission of the Department of Commerce, from the single driving gear secured to said shaft, and means Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office. P rinte d copies of the full specifications can be obtained, price 10 cents each., from the including a pair of selectively operable independent Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. clutche s for operatively connecting and disconnect­ Except where otherwise stated, the specification is unaccompanied ing said driving gear to and from said gear means. 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 8 (5): 1 – May 1, 1936

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146 AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING May, 1936 Some Recent Patents of Aeronautical Interest Granted in the U.S.A. between the said valve piston and the opposite end of the rocker. 2,033,321 . Bearing Metal Alloy. Alfred L. Boegehold. Detroit Mich. assignor by mesne assignments , to General Motors Corporation, Detroit , Mich., a corporation of Delaware. Ap­ plication Oct. 19, 1933. -Serial No. 694,251. 3 Claims. [Class 308-237.] 1. A bearing comprising a ferrous metal sup­ portin g shell or backing and a copper-lead bearing meta l facing fused to said support so as to be a 2,033,571 . Gyroplanes. Juan de la Cierva, unitar y part thereof; said facing being composed Madrid, Spain, assignor to Autogiro Company of of from 70 t o 50 part s of copper and from 30 t o 50 America, Philadelphia, Pa., a corporation of Dela­ 2,033,073 . Automatic fire protection sys­ part s of lead, and the same containing a small ware . Application June 16, 1932. Serial No. te m and apparatus. Henry Ernest Heigis, West amoun t but more tha n 1 pe r cent of tellurium. 617,500. In Great Britain June 22, 1931. 9 Claims. Orange, N . J. , assignor t o Walte r Kidd e & Company , [Class 244-19.] Inc. , Bloomfield, N. J., a corporation of New York. Application Dec. 12, 1933. Serial No. 702,088. 1. In an aircraft having a normally air actuated 6 claims. [Class 116-101.] sustaining rotor, a body beneath said rotor, including a cabin structure and an upwardly extending hum p 1. I n an automatic internal combustion engine or pylon for securing the rotor to the top of the fire protective system, the combination with the cabin structure, an undercarriage, including an engine of an indicator operable by the continuous alightin g element located centrally of the body, flow of a fluid, means on the engine to maintain a laterall y considered, and a main compression means degree of pressure different from atmospheric for said element extending upwardly in substantial, pressure during the time of operation of th e engine, longitudinally inclined, alignment with similarly a normally closed fluid system including the indi­ inclined upright structural portions of said body, cato r and the pressure maintaining means, and cabin and hump. mean s for opening th e fluid syste m t o th e atmospher e upo n the outbreak of fire, said indicator comprising a body member formed with a chamber, inlet and outlet connections for connecting said chamber in 2,033,342 . Variable Pitch Airscrew. Ray­ 2,033,768 . Turret. Drew M. Helwig, Overlea, said normally closed fluid system and for permitting mon d P. Lansing, Montclair, and Romeo M. Md., assignor to The Glenn L. Martin Company, a flow of fluid through the chamber, a movable Nardone , East Orange, N.J., assignors to Eclipse element in said chamber adapted t o remai n normally Aviatio n Corporatiom, East Orange, N.J., a motionless but to move continuously upon the corporatio n of Delaware. Application Mar. 16, creation of a flow of fluid through the chamber, and 1934. Serial No . 715,964. 18 Claims. [Class 170-163]. a sight opening for permitting observation of the 1. A variable pitch airscrew having a shaft and movable element in either its motionless or its a plurality of blades adjustable to vary the pitch moving condition. thereof, gear means rotatably carried by the shaft for adjusting the blades to var y th e pitch thereof in 2,033,128 . Internal Combustion Engine Byr d L. Edds, Sherman, Tex. Application Mar. 7, 1934. Serial No. 714,502. 5 Claims. [Class 123-188.] 1. An internal combustion engine valve mech­ anism , including a valve sleeve and a valve piston Baltimore , Md. Application Oct. 15, 1932. Serial operativ e in th e sleeve, drive means for the sleeve No . 637,875. 17 Claims. [Class 89-37.] an d piston, said drive means consisting of a train 7. In an aeroplane having a pilot position; a of reduction gearing off the engine crank shaft, a turre t in the nose of said aeroplane, the turret bell crank rocker, th e final gear of the said reduced being apertured into the positive pressure area; gearing being provided with an eccentric pin, said an d means, including a partition between the said pin being disposed through one end of the rocker, a turre t and the said position whereby the turret connectio n between the said valve sleeve and the is substantially airtight, except for said aperture. intermediat e portion of th e rocker, an d a connection 2,034,083 . Landing Gear. Arthur G. Butler, Eggertsville, N.Y., assignor to Curtiss Aeroplane an d Motor Company, Inc., a corporation of New York. Application Dec. 19, 1934. Serial No. 758,167. 7 Claims. [Class 244-2.] 1. In an aircraft fuselage, in combination a tail chassis construction comprising a cross yoke, a tai l wheel carried thereby, laterally spaced shock- absorbin g devices connecting the outer ends of said yoke with said aircraft, a retractable arrestng hook, and means for retracting said hook t o a poai- tion within said fuselage and between said spaced shock-absorbing devices, and for extending said hook beyond th e rearward end of said fuselage. response to driving of said gear means at speeds greate r than and less than the airscrew speed, * The above abstracts of patents granted in the United" Stales mean s for so driving said gear means including a are taken, by permission of the Department of Commerce, from the single driving gear secured to said shaft, and means Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office. P rinte d copies of the full specifications can be obtained, price 10 cents each., from the including a pair of selectively operable independent Commissioner of Patents, Washington, D.C., U.S.A. clutche s for operatively connecting and disconnect­ Except where otherwise stated, the specification is unaccompanied ing said driving gear to and from said gear means. by drawings if none is reproduced.

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Published: May 1, 1936

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