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Improvements in cooling arrangement for motor vehicles, and particularly stream-lined automobiles. Verkehrspatente F, Paul Jaray December 24, 1935: GB440298-A (2 worldwide citation)

440,298. Cooling motors &c. AKT.- GES. FUR VERKEHRSPATENTE, and JARAY, P., 2, Hirschengraben, Lucerne, Switzerland. Jan. 24, 1935, No. 2299.. Convention date, Jan. 24, 1934. [Class 79 (iii)] A device for cooling the engine, head-lights, oil-coolers, water-coolers, &c. of a motor vehicle in which the ...


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A device for taking in ballast for airships. Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Ges Mit, Ludwig Duerr, Paul Jaray January 11, 1923: GB191419-A (2 worldwide citation)

191,419. Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Ges., D rr, L., and Jaray, P. Aug. 11, 1921. Regulating altitude.-A device for taking in water ballast for airships comprises a streamlined or hydroplane receptacle trailed over the surface of water, or just above or below it, and fitted with directive fins and a forw ...


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Motor car specially for passengers. Paul Jaray October 18, 1923: GB205233-A

205,233. Jaray, P. July 21, 1922. Luggage and like holders; seats and seat backs, arrangement and disposition of.-In a motor car comprising a main body 1, Fig. 1, and a superstructure 3 arranged thereon, both portions being of stream line form, the sides of the main body extend to the upper limit of ...


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Improvements in motor cars. Paul Jaray June 5, 1924: GB216816-A

216,816. Jaray, P. Jan. 17, 1924. Addition to 205,233. Bodies.-In the motor vehicle described in the parent Specification, the upper portion 3 of the streamline body is modified and provided with an aperture 26 for the heads of the occupants, the part 3 in front of the aperture being of such a heigh ...


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Improvements in or relating to drawing apparatus. Paul Jaray December 22, 1948: GB614784-A

614,784. Draughting-machines. JARAY, P. July 29, 1946, No. 22576. Convention date, Feb. 2, 1944. [Class 97 (iii)] A rail 3, Fig. 1, mounted at its ends 4 on a drawing-board 1 carries a slide 5 on which is rotatably mounted a graduated disc 6 carrying the guide bar 7 supporting the two-limbed drawing ...


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Improvements in a passenger airship for long distance travel. Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Ges Mit, Paul Jaray August 3, 1922: GB161180-A

161,180. Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Ges., and Jaray, P. April 3, 1920, [Convention date]. Airships; cabins.-To provide for the alteration of trim of an airship necessitated by variation of the temperature of the gas during day and night flying, the day cabin b is arranged at the front of the airship and ...


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Improvements relating to lighter than air aircraft. Zeppelin Luftschiffbau, Paul Jaray July 27, 1922: GB183292-A

183,292. Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Ges., and Jaray, P. May 11, 1921. Planes, arrangement and construction of; propelling; steering; cars and cabins.-An airship is provided with small planes 5, 7 so arranged and proportioned that, within the limits of trim of the airship, they will support the consumabl ...


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Improvements in and relating to sheds for (lighter than air) aircraft. Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Ges Mit, Paul Jaray November 30, 1922: GB169968-A

169,968. Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Ges., and Jaray, P. Oct. 8, 1920, [Convention date.]. Shelters for housing aircraft.-Sheds for aircraft have doors at each end formed of a number of hinged parts which are arranged to divert the wind into the interior in the direction of the main axis, so as to facili ...


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Improvements in and relating to sheds for aircraft. Zeppelin Luftschiffbau, Paul Jaray December 14, 1922: GB182078-A

182,078. Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Ges., and Jaray, P. June 20, 1921, [Convention date]. Addition to 169,968, [Class 20 (i), Buildings and structures, Kinds &c. of]. No Patent granted (Sealing fee not paid). Revolving doors.-The outer wings f of the doors of aircraft sheds constructed as described in t ...


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No title available. Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Gesellschaft Mit Beschraenkter Haftung, Paul Jaray January 8, 1923: GB182420-A

182,420. Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Ges., and Jaray, P. June 25, 1921, [Convention date]. No Patent granted (Sealing fee not paid). Shelters for housing aircraft.-The doors a of aircraft sheds are curved, and arranged to swing inwards and outwards. In the form shown in Fig. 3 the doors g are calotte-sha ...



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