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U.S. Patent Specifications

U.S. Patent Specifications means having offset'end portions slidably guided by the detents on said sheet member disposed beneath said U.S. Patent Specifications sheet member, said leaf spring means adjustably carrying said stud at an intermediate portion within said sheet, member opening, said leaf spring means These details and drawings of patents granted in the United States are taken, by permission of the and its slidably guided end portions adapted to retract Department of Commerce, from the 'Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office'. Printed copies said stud from the surface of said sheet member in the of the full specifications can be obtained, price 10 cents each, from the Commissioner of Patents, detached position of said stud and to guide said stud Washington, D.C., U.S.A. They are usually available for inspection at the British Patent Office, for insertion into its attached position in which said Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London, W.C.2. stud and said leaf spring means occupies the opening in said sheet member in a flush relationship therewith. 2,551,111. Revolving Combustion Chamber. Robert H. Goddard, deceased, late of Annapolis, Md., by Esther C. Goddard, executrix, Paxton, Mass., assignor of one-half to The Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation, New York, N. Y„ a cor­ poration of New York. Application June 28, 1946. Serial No. 680,230. 4 Claims. (CI. 60—41.) 2,551,649. Propeller Test Unit. William J. Taylor, In an aircraft propulsion mechanism, a rotatablc United States Navy. Application July 15, 1949. Serial shaft, a cross shaft mounted thereon, combustion No. 104,981. 5 Claims. (CI. 177—311.) (Granted under chambers rotatably mounted on said cross shaft, an the act of Mareh 3, 1883, as amended April 30, 1928; air-coolingjacketforcachchambcr,afunnclconccntric 370O.G.757.) with said rotatablc shaft and open at its forward end, portion, partition means separating said portions but and radial tubes connecting said funnel to said For use with an aircraft governor control system permitting mixed combustion elements to pass there­ jackets, each chamber having an air-passage between including an engine, a propeller, motive means for through, a cooling jacket enclosing said combustion said air-cooling jacket and said chamber and open at varying blade angle of the propeller to thereby vary chamber, means to feed two combustion liquids to both ends, and air from said outer air-cooling jackets the load and the speed of the engine, a power supply, separate spaces in said jacket, means to spray sajd being discharged into said inner air-passages near the relay means for alternatively connecting said supply to combustion liquids from said jacket spaces into said entrance end thereof. said motive means to drive said motive means in either prcmixing portion, a hollow disk in said partition direction, and a governor responsive to the variations means provided with a plurality of traversing passages in the speed of said engine on opposite sides of a therethrough for the combustion mixture and with a predetermined value for energizing said relay means; plurality of feeding perforations opening from the testing apparatus comprising indicator means con­ interior of said disk toward said combustion portion, nected across said power supply for indicating the and means to supply additional oxidizer to said disk operation thereof, indicator means connected across and through said perforations to said combustion said relay means for indicating the duration of mixture as it passes through said disk to said com­ energization thereof in one direction, and indicator bustion portion, and said hollow disk having.a plurality means connected across said relay means for indicat­ of said feeding perforations surrounding each mixture ing the duration of energization thereof in the'other passage traversing said disk. direction. 2,551,273. Pressure Fluid Follow-Up Servomotor. William George Lisle, East Bcdfont, and Charles Reginald Churn, Tilehurst, England, assignors to The Fairey Aviation Company Limited, Hayes, England. Application December 20, 1946. Serial No. 717,344. In Great Britain January 14, 1946. 3 Claims. (CI. 121—41.) .2,551,112. Prcmixing Combustion Chamber. Robert H. Goddard, deceased, late of Annapolis, Md, by Esther C. Goddard, executrix, Paxton, Mass., assignor of one-half to The Daniel and Florence Guggenheim 2,551,752. Fire Preventing or Extinguishing Foundation, New York, N. Y., a corporation of New Apparatus for Aircraft. Anders Mathiscn, London, York. Application September 5, 1946. Serial No. England, assignor to Gravincr Manufacturing 694,921. 2 Claims. (CI. 60—44.) Company Limited, London, England, a British In a chamber for combustion apparatus comprising corporation. Application June 11, 1947. Serial No. an enclosing casing, partition means in said casing 753,939. In Great Britain June 21,' 1946. 13 Claims. separating said Chamber into an inner prcmixing In an aircraft control system operating in con­ (CI. 169—2.) portion and an outer combustion portion but per­ junction with a source of fluid under pressure, and in mitting passage of premixed combustion elements which a control column controls a control surface, therethrough, means to feed liquid combustion the combination of a first fluid operated servomotor elements to said prcmixing portion, and means to having a first piston element and a first cylinder ignite said mixed combustion elements in said outer clement, a control linkage connecting one of said ele­ combustion portion, that improvement which com­ ments with the control surface, first valve means under prises feeding means for one combustion clement the control of said control column and connected with having a plurality of spaced perforated feeding tubes said servomotor for directing fluid from said source of extending transversely across said inner prcmixing fluid under pressure to said servomotor inaccordancc portion in one direction and in a plane substantially with movements of said control column to bring about parallel to the chamber axis, and feeding means for the the desired movement of the control surface, a move­ other combustion clement having a plurality of spaced ment reducing lever arrangement connecting the perforated feeding tubes extending transversely across control column with the other of said first elements to said inner prcmixing portion in the same plane but in transmit movements of said control column to said the opposite direction and alternating with said first- other clement in a direction opposite to the direction mentioned feeding tubes. in which said other clement is urged by the fluid directed to said servomotor, said movement reducing lever arrangement comprising a first lever and a second lever both movable to and fro in the same direction as the control column, a second servomotor having a second piston clement and a second cylinder clement, said second cylinder clement being connected with a the source of fluid under pressure, and a coupl­ Fire preventing or extinguishing apparatus for air­ ing device controlled by aid second servomotor and craft comprising fire fighting apparatus carried by the arranged to couple said first and second levers when aircraft for preventing or extinguishing fires, electrical fluid pressure is admitted to said second cylinder apparatus for controlling said fire fighting apparatus, clement. 2,551.115. Hollow Partition Between Prcmixing and an electric switch connected to control said electrical Combustion Chambers for Rockets. Robert H. God­ apparatus, an impact detecting member normally dard, deceased, late of Annapolis, Md., by Esther 2,551,400. Cowl Fastener. Victor W. Sorcnscn, Los positioned so as to hold said switch in a predeter­ C. Goddard, executrix, Worcester, Mass., assignor of Angeles, California, assignor to North American mined position, means for mounting said impact one-half to The Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Aviation, Incorporated. Application July 2, 1946. detecting member adjacent to the surface skin of the Foundation, New York, N. Y., a corporation of New Serial No. 680,940. 5 Claims. (CI. 24—221.) aircraft, and a member supported by the surface skin York. Application January 6, 1950. Serial No. 137,112 The combination with a detachable fastener having of the aircraft for actuating said impact detecting 4 Claims. (C1.60—44.) a stud clement, of a sheet member having an opening member to release said switch when the surface skin of In combustion apparatus, a combustion chamber for said stud clement, detents carried by said sheet said aircraft contacts an obstruction and is deformed having a combustion portion and a prcmixing member on opposite sides of said opening, leaf spring thereby so that said fire fighting apparatus is actuated. Aircraft Engineering; 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 23 (11): 1 – Nov 1, 1951

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means having offset'end portions slidably guided by the detents on said sheet member disposed beneath said U.S. Patent Specifications sheet member, said leaf spring means adjustably carrying said stud at an intermediate portion within said sheet, member opening, said leaf spring means These details and drawings of patents granted in the United States are taken, by permission of the and its slidably guided end portions adapted to retract Department of Commerce, from the 'Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office'. Printed copies said stud from the surface of said sheet member in the of the full specifications can be obtained, price 10 cents each, from the Commissioner of Patents, detached position of said stud and to guide said stud Washington, D.C., U.S.A. They are usually available for inspection at the British Patent Office, for insertion into its attached position in which said Southampton Buildings, Chancery Lane, London, W.C.2. stud and said leaf spring means occupies the opening in said sheet member in a flush relationship therewith. 2,551,111. Revolving Combustion Chamber. Robert H. Goddard, deceased, late of Annapolis, Md., by Esther C. Goddard, executrix, Paxton, Mass., assignor of one-half to The Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation, New York, N. Y„ a cor­ poration of New York. Application June 28, 1946. Serial No. 680,230. 4 Claims. (CI. 60—41.) 2,551,649. Propeller Test Unit. William J. Taylor, In an aircraft propulsion mechanism, a rotatablc United States Navy. Application July 15, 1949. Serial shaft, a cross shaft mounted thereon, combustion No. 104,981. 5 Claims. (CI. 177—311.) (Granted under chambers rotatably mounted on said cross shaft, an the act of Mareh 3, 1883, as amended April 30, 1928; air-coolingjacketforcachchambcr,afunnclconccntric 370O.G.757.) with said rotatablc shaft and open at its forward end, portion, partition means separating said portions but and radial tubes connecting said funnel to said For use with an aircraft governor control system permitting mixed combustion elements to pass there­ jackets, each chamber having an air-passage between including an engine, a propeller, motive means for through, a cooling jacket enclosing said combustion said air-cooling jacket and said chamber and open at varying blade angle of the propeller to thereby vary chamber, means to feed two combustion liquids to both ends, and air from said outer air-cooling jackets the load and the speed of the engine, a power supply, separate spaces in said jacket, means to spray sajd being discharged into said inner air-passages near the relay means for alternatively connecting said supply to combustion liquids from said jacket spaces into said entrance end thereof. said motive means to drive said motive means in either prcmixing portion, a hollow disk in said partition direction, and a governor responsive to the variations means provided with a plurality of traversing passages in the speed of said engine on opposite sides of a therethrough for the combustion mixture and with a predetermined value for energizing said relay means; plurality of feeding perforations opening from the testing apparatus comprising indicator means con­ interior of said disk toward said combustion portion, nected across said power supply for indicating the and means to supply additional oxidizer to said disk operation thereof, indicator means connected across and through said perforations to said combustion said relay means for indicating the duration of mixture as it passes through said disk to said com­ energization thereof in one direction, and indicator bustion portion, and said hollow disk having.a plurality means connected across said relay means for indicat­ of said feeding perforations surrounding each mixture ing the duration of energization thereof in the'other passage traversing said disk. direction. 2,551,273. Pressure Fluid Follow-Up Servomotor. William George Lisle, East Bcdfont, and Charles Reginald Churn, Tilehurst, England, assignors to The Fairey Aviation Company Limited, Hayes, England. Application December 20, 1946. Serial No. 717,344. In Great Britain January 14, 1946. 3 Claims. (CI. 121—41.) .2,551,112. Prcmixing Combustion Chamber. Robert H. Goddard, deceased, late of Annapolis, Md, by Esther C. Goddard, executrix, Paxton, Mass., assignor of one-half to The Daniel and Florence Guggenheim 2,551,752. Fire Preventing or Extinguishing Foundation, New York, N. Y., a corporation of New Apparatus for Aircraft. Anders Mathiscn, London, York. Application September 5, 1946. Serial No. England, assignor to Gravincr Manufacturing 694,921. 2 Claims. (CI. 60—44.) Company Limited, London, England, a British In a chamber for combustion apparatus comprising corporation. Application June 11, 1947. Serial No. an enclosing casing, partition means in said casing 753,939. In Great Britain June 21,' 1946. 13 Claims. separating said Chamber into an inner prcmixing In an aircraft control system operating in con­ (CI. 169—2.) portion and an outer combustion portion but per­ junction with a source of fluid under pressure, and in mitting passage of premixed combustion elements which a control column controls a control surface, therethrough, means to feed liquid combustion the combination of a first fluid operated servomotor elements to said prcmixing portion, and means to having a first piston element and a first cylinder ignite said mixed combustion elements in said outer clement, a control linkage connecting one of said ele­ combustion portion, that improvement which com­ ments with the control surface, first valve means under prises feeding means for one combustion clement the control of said control column and connected with having a plurality of spaced perforated feeding tubes said servomotor for directing fluid from said source of extending transversely across said inner prcmixing fluid under pressure to said servomotor inaccordancc portion in one direction and in a plane substantially with movements of said control column to bring about parallel to the chamber axis, and feeding means for the the desired movement of the control surface, a move­ other combustion clement having a plurality of spaced ment reducing lever arrangement connecting the perforated feeding tubes extending transversely across control column with the other of said first elements to said inner prcmixing portion in the same plane but in transmit movements of said control column to said the opposite direction and alternating with said first- other clement in a direction opposite to the direction mentioned feeding tubes. in which said other clement is urged by the fluid directed to said servomotor, said movement reducing lever arrangement comprising a first lever and a second lever both movable to and fro in the same direction as the control column, a second servomotor having a second piston clement and a second cylinder clement, said second cylinder clement being connected with a the source of fluid under pressure, and a coupl­ Fire preventing or extinguishing apparatus for air­ ing device controlled by aid second servomotor and craft comprising fire fighting apparatus carried by the arranged to couple said first and second levers when aircraft for preventing or extinguishing fires, electrical fluid pressure is admitted to said second cylinder apparatus for controlling said fire fighting apparatus, clement. 2,551.115. Hollow Partition Between Prcmixing and an electric switch connected to control said electrical Combustion Chambers for Rockets. Robert H. God­ apparatus, an impact detecting member normally dard, deceased, late of Annapolis, Md., by Esther 2,551,400. Cowl Fastener. Victor W. Sorcnscn, Los positioned so as to hold said switch in a predeter­ C. Goddard, executrix, Worcester, Mass., assignor of Angeles, California, assignor to North American mined position, means for mounting said impact one-half to The Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Aviation, Incorporated. Application July 2, 1946. detecting member adjacent to the surface skin of the Foundation, New York, N. Y., a corporation of New Serial No. 680,940. 5 Claims. (CI. 24—221.) aircraft, and a member supported by the surface skin York. Application January 6, 1950. Serial No. 137,112 The combination with a detachable fastener having of the aircraft for actuating said impact detecting 4 Claims. (C1.60—44.) a stud clement, of a sheet member having an opening member to release said switch when the surface skin of In combustion apparatus, a combustion chamber for said stud clement, detents carried by said sheet said aircraft contacts an obstruction and is deformed having a combustion portion and a prcmixing member on opposite sides of said opening, leaf spring thereby so that said fire fighting apparatus is actuated. Aircraft Engineering;

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Published: Nov 1, 1951

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