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Improvements in undercarriages for aeroplanes. William Edrington Gray, August 24, 1931: GB355348-A

355,348. Aeroplane undercarriages. GRAY, W. E., 8A, Bank Parade, Edgware, Middlesex. May 23, 1930, No. 15975. [Class 4.] In an aircraft undercarriage of the type wherein two sets of wheels are provided one set in front of, and one under or slightly in rear of, the centre of gravity of the aircraft, ...


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Undercarriages for aeroplanes. William Edrington Gray, April 25, 1928: GB289109-A

289,109. Gray, W. E. Oct. 25, 1926. Land wheels; shock-absorbers and brakes, applications of; steering.-An undercarriage for an aeroplane comprises two sets of wheels, one set being used for steering, one or both sets being braked, and one or both sets being vertically adjustable to vary the angle o ...



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