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Guess Arnold W, Schindler Guenter M: Acoustic liner. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Richardson Robert O, Jason Walter J, Royer Donald L, July 2, 1974: US3821999 (81 worldwide citation)

An acoustic liner consisting of a perforated honeycomb sandwich panel wherein the axes of the honeycomb cells are tilted relative to the outer surface for more effective absorption of high amplitude sound and shock waves over a relatively narrow band of the frequency spectrum. An application is in t ...


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Sherman Gale K, Smith Guy A: Convertible passenger seat. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Richardson Robert O, Jason Walter J, Royer Donald L, July 8, 1975: US3893729 (78 worldwide citation)

Aircraft passenger seats are made variable in width to allow for either coach or first class accommodations. The width of the seat bottoms is varied by means of telescopiing tubes or equivalent structural members used for cross beams. When the seat bottoms are extended, a short segment of cushion is ...


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Baker Sherman F, Hess Jr Frederick D: Aircraft engine suspension system. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Richardson Robert O, Jason Walter J, Royer Donald L, August 27, 1974: US3831888 (51 worldwide citation)

A three-point monoball suspension system for attaching engine pylons to aircraft supporting structure. Two of the three points are located forward of the wing front spar. The lower forward point is close to the wing lower plating and the upper forward point is close to the wing upper plating. The af ...


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Johnson Robert E: Stol flaps. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Richardson Robert O, Jason Walter J, Royer Donald L, April 1, 1975: US3874617 (45 worldwide citation)

A double four-bar linkage for flap actuation on a STOL (Short Take Off and Landing) aircraft with interconnecting linkage to proportionally deflect the spoiler as the flaps are extended.


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Gallaher William C, Stephens Jerome P, Testa Phillip J, Wein James E: Convertible seat-bed equipment. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Richardson Robert O, Jason Walter J, Royer Donald L, August 12, 1975: US3898704 (45 worldwide citation)

Convertible Seat-Bed Equipment for converting a reclining seat into an upper and lower bunk bed in an aircraft cabin. From seat position the bottom and back pivot up and legs pivotally mounted on the back drop down to support the horizontally extended bottom and back to comprise the top bunk. A fast ...


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Garfield Gerald, Rout Cecil H: Deep narrow gap welding torch. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Richardson Robert O, July 30, 1974: US3826888 (32 worldwide citation)

A welding torch adapted for welding deep narrow gaps wherein shielding gas diffusers fit inside the welding groove, a plastic liner is placed deep inside the torch so electric contact between the filler wire and contact tube is close to the exit, and a zirconia oxide insulation prevents torch contac ...


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Crispin Thayer S, Duskin Fred E: Decorative acoustic panel. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Richardson Robert O, Jason Walter J, Royer Donald L, July 9, 1974: US3822762 (32 worldwide citation)

An acoustic panel having a honeycomb core with edge members for mounting. A second honeycomb material over the first and the edge members spaces them from the decorative face sheet to prevent undesirable surface imperfections called markoff from appearing on the face sheet.


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Russell William D: Drill guide. Portalign Tool Company, Richardson Robert O, April 1, 1975: US3874810 (32 worldwide citation)

A rugged, versatile, drill guide of simple design for positioning a drill bit relative to varied workpiece configurations.


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Lemons Carl Robert: Cryogenic storage vessel. McDonnell Douglas Corporation, Richardson Robert O, Jason Walter J, Royer Donald L, June 4, 1974: US3814275 (29 worldwide citation)

A ship for the transportation and storage of cryogenic temperature fluid wherein an inner insulation composite protects the container and ship hold from detrimental effect of such temperature. Resin impregnated fabric and perforated foil comprise a porous liner bonded to fiber-reinforced foam layers ...


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Shott Michael: Ball pick up device. Richardson Robert O, August 26, 1975: US3901545 (25 worldwide citation)

A golf ball pick up device including a tubular cylinder conformed on the interior to receive the golf balls and dimensioned longitudinally to accommodate a stack of golf balls, such tubular cylinder terminating at the upper end in a removable end cap for release of the balls and at the lower end in ...