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An improved differential gear for the selective coupling of one or two power input units to a common output member. Self Changing Gear Company, Andrew Gordon Wilson, Albert Arthur Miller, March 10, 1944: GB559910-A

559,910. Propelling ships &c. SELF-CHANGING GEAR CO., Ltd., WILSON, A. G., and MILLER, A. A. June 3, 1942, No. 7550. [Class 114] [Also in Group XXIV] Two input power units are coupled together to drive a single output member by two epicyclic gear trains arranged so that one gear ratio is obtainable ...


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Improvements in and relating to the steering of vehicles having endless track belts. Self Changing Gear Company, Andrew Gordon Wilson, Albert Arthur Miller, June 21, 1945: GB570070-A

570,070. Driving and steering endlesstrack vehicles. SELF-CHANGING GEAR CO., Ltd., WILSON, A. G., and MILLER, A. A. June 3, 1941, No. 7027. [Class 79 (ii)] In endless-track vehicles which are steered by driving the two tracks at different rates a transverse shaft a driven from the main gearbox (not ...


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An improved differential gear for the selective coupling of one or two power input units to a common output member. Self Changing Gear Company, Andrew Gordon Wilson, Albert Arthur Miller, June 30, 1944: GB562434-A

562.434. Variable-speed gearing. SELF-CHANGING GEAR CO., Ltd., WILSON, A. G., and MILLER, A. A. July 5, 1943, No. 4242 /44. Divided out of Complete Specification of 559,910. [Class 80 (ii)] Power transmission mechanism comprises two input power units coupled together to drive a single output member ...


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Improved hydraulically actuated friction clutch. Walter Gordon Wilson, October 6, 1944: GB564638-A

564,638. Friction clutches. WILSON, W. G. Jan. 26, 1943, No. 1313. [Class 80 (ii)] When in driving engagement one side of a clutch disc a is actuated upon by fluid pressure.and the other side is actuated upon by a like fluid not under pressure whereby the centrifugal force of the pressure fluid is c ...


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Improvements in and relating to fluid pressure brakes. Walter Gordon Wilson, May 3, 1944: GB561057-A

561,057. Fluid-pressure brakes. WILSON, W. G. Sept. 28, 1942, No. 13603. [Class 103 (i)] In a fluid-pressure brake system in which the pressure fluid, such as oil, is supplied through a restricted passage for the application of the brake, a cylinder containing a spring-loaded piston is arranged betw ...


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Improvements in and relating to epicyclic power transmission gearing. Self Changing Gear Company, Andrew Gordon Wilson, Albert Arthur Miller, July 4, 1946: GB578602-A

578,602. Reverse-gearing. SELF-CHANGING GEAR CO., Ltd., WILSON, A. G., and MILLER, A. A. Dec. 29, 1944, No. 19914/43. [Class 80 (ii)] In an epicyclic reverse gear, the driving and driven shafts b, c are coaxial and the ends are nested together. The sun wheel a is formed on a sleeve p, the planet gea ...


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Improved safety brake for use in connection with internal combustion driven vehicles. Walter Gordon Wilson, November 8, 1929: GB321444-A

321,444. Wilson, W. G. Aug. 8, 1928. Applied by speed regulators.- A centrifugally applied brake comprises a plate spring c which is mounted on the flvwheel a of an engine by engagement of its ends d, e with a stop g, and which, on the attainment of a predetermined speed, contacts with the casing k. ...


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An improved driving transmission for oil driven locomotives. Walter Gordon Wilson, June 20, 1929: GB314102-A

314,102. Wilson, W. G. Feb. 20, 1928. Railway locomotives, internal-combustion engine; driving-gear of crank-type; coupling-rods and like mechanism.-Comprises crank and coupling- rod driving-gear for locomotives and motor vehicles in which a change-speed gear driven by an internal-combustion or othe ...


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Improvements in or relating to the treatment of cracked nuts for the purpose of separating the kernels from the shells. Gordon Wilson Macilwaine, George Thornton Rosling, May 17, 1929: GB311785-A

311,785. MacIlwaine, G. W., and Rosling, G. T. Feb. 17, 1928. Separating by mechanical pickers.-Apparatus for separating the shells and kernels of cracked nuts comprises two rollers 5, 6 with spikes 13, 14, preferably wedge-shaped, arranged in breakjoint order, and adapted to impale the kernels and ...


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Improvements in and relating to the hydraulic transmission of power. Walter Gordon Wilson, August 19, 1935: GB433858-A

433,858. Hydraulic transmission of power. WILSON, W. G., Lower Chilland House, Martyr Worthy, Winchester, Hampshire. Nov. 18, 1933, No. 32215. [Class 69 (ii)] A hydraulic torque converter has one or more sets of guide vanes automatically moved into or out of the liquid circuit by the action of the l ...