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Improvements in and relating to the hydraulic transmission of power. Walter Gordon Wilson, September 14, 1934: GB416477-A

416,477. Hydraulic transmission of power. WILSON, W. G., Lower Chilland House, Martyr Worthy, Winchester. Dec. 14, 1932, No. 35498. [Class 69 (ii).] Hydraulic power transmission systems include driving and driven members, and at least two sets of vanes which are so connected together that the moveme ...


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Improvements in and relating to pumps for use more particularly in braking and retarding apparatus. Andrew Gordon Wilson, April 14, 1936: GB445979-A

445,979. Oscillating-cylinder pumps. WILSON, A. G., 23, Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster. July 13, 1934, No. 9995/35. Divided out of 427,385. Drawings to Specification. [Classes 8 (i) and 102 (i)] [See also Group XXXIV] The pump is the same as that shown in Fig. 6 of Specification 427,385, and is stat ...


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Improvements in or relating to gear-changing control. Andrew Gordon Wilson, Edward Brian Wilson, May 3, 1934: GB409457-A

409,457. Controlling motor vehicles. WILSON, A. G., and WILSON, E. B., 86, Petty France, Westminster. Jan. 6, 1933, No. 466. [Class 79 (v).] Means are pro vided whereby, upon the attainment of a predetermined engine speed, the transmission of power to or from the road wheels is automatically interru ...


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Improvements in and relating to braking and retarding apparatus. Andrew Gordon Wilson, April 15, 1935: GB427385-A

427,385. Controlling change speed gearing. WILSON, A. G., 23, Queen Anne's Gate, London. July 13, 1933, No. 19881. [Class 80 (ii)] [See also Groups XXXIV and XXVIII] Brakes for preselective epicyclic speed gears are released by a manually-controlled servo apparatus, arranged in a fluid circuit and p ...


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Improvements in power drives for motor vehicles. Andrew Gordon Wilson, August 3, 1937: GB469802-A

469,802. Motor-vehicle driving-gearing. WILSON, A. G. Jan. 2, 1936, No. 189. [Class 79 (ii)] A power drive for two axles comprises an epicyclic change-speed gear the input shaft a of which passes through the output shaft b, the latter having a slidable clutch member k thereon adapted to engage eithe ...


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Improvements in devices for effecting image analysis applicable to television. Randolph Gordon Wilson, William David Silver, November 30, 1937: GB475999-A

475,999. Television. WILSON, R. G., and SILVER, W. D. Feb. 3, 1937, No. 3185. [Class 40 (iii)] Relates to scanning devices wherein the image or screen is scanned in two or more contiguous sections, each section being scanned during one revolution of a revolving scanning device such as a mirror drum. ...


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Improvements in and relating to epicyclic gearing and gear trains. Andrew Gordon Wilson, July 18, 1938: GB489029-A

489,029. Change-speed epicyclic gearing. WILSON, A. G. Nov. 16, 1936, No. 31347. [Class 80 (ii)] A common output shaft e is driven through either of two groups f, g of epicyclic trains, between which a common driving pinion c, on a loose sleeve, d is arranged, the one group g providing low-speeds an ...


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Control means for change-speed gear for motor propelled vehicles. Andrew Gordon Wilson, Albert Arthur Miller, November 5, 1940: GB528676-A

528,676. Controlling variable-speed gearing. WILSON, A. G., and MILLER, A. A. Feb. 1, 1939, No. 3435. [Class 80 (ii)] In a control means for the change-speed gear of motor vehicles, the movement of a single lever b from one gear position to another or to or from neutral position brings about the clo ...


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Improvements in and relating to tension devices for use in winding textile threads. Courtaulds, Claude Diamond, Lloyd Gordon Wilson, October 29, 1940: GB528386-A

528,386. Thread-tensioning arrangements. COURTAULDS, Ltd., DIAMOND, C., and WILSON, L. G. April 26, 1939, No. 12525. [Class 120 (ii)] A tension device for use in winding threads comprises two carriers each carrying a number of guides, one of the carriers 8 being fixed and the other 13 being pivoted ...


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Improvements in and relating to hydraulic couplings. Andrew Gordon Wilson, Albert Arthur Miller, January 16, 1948: GB597056-A

597,056. Variable-speed gearing. WILSON, A. G., and MILLER, A. A. July 2, 1945, No. 16811. [Class 80(ii)] [Also in Group XXIX] In a hydraulic coupling in which epicyclic gearing is used as a series of gear pumps, the relative speeds of the driving and driven shafts being varied by controlling the ou ...