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Aeroplane wing flaps. William Edrington Gray, November 16, 1937: GB475500-A (2 worldwide citation)

475,500. Aeroplane wing - flaps. GRAY, W. E. May 16, 1936, No. 13966. [Class 4] A wing-flap is supported from the wing structure by means comprising a pivoted link running from a pivot on or fixed to the wing to a pivot on the flap some distance back from the leading edge thereof, and guided during ...


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Aeroplane wing flaps. William Edrington Gray, November 12, 1937: GB475163-A (1 worldwide citation)

475,163. Controlling aircraft. GRAY, W. E. May 12, 1936, No. 13456. [Class 4] A slotted flap 2 forms part of an aeroplane wing 1 and a surface 3 is hinged to its leading edge ; the surface 3 is mechanically connected to the wing so that when the flap is moved from its inoperative position the leadin ...


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Improvements in or relating to aeroplane wing flaps and multiposition actuating mechanism therefor. United Aircraft, August 10, 1938: GB490419-A

490,419. Fluid-pressure servomotorcontrol systems ; aeroplane flap controls. UNITED AIRCRAFT CORPORATION. Feb. 10, 1937, No. 3989. Convention date, Feb. 15, 1936. [Class 135] [Also in Group XXXIII] Control mechanism for adjusting a movable wing-flap 16 of an aeroplane wing 12 for take-off and landin ...


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Improvements relating to wing flaps for aircraft. Frederick George Miles, Charles Owen Powis, March 4, 1936: GB443651-A

443,651. Controlling aircraft; arrangement and construction of planes. MILES, F. G., and POWIS, C. O., Reading Aerodrome, Woodley, Reading. Sept. 27, 1934. Nos. 27745 and 31250. [Class 4] Operation of aeroplane wing flaps of the split trailing edge type is assisted by arranging one part of the flap ...


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Aeroplane wing flaps. William Edrington Gray, December 13, 1937: GB476673-A

476,673. Aircraft wing-flaps. GRAY, W. E. March 12, 1936, No. 7490. [Class 4] A partially or fully balanced wake-forming wing-flap adapted to be nested into an aeroplane wing is hingedly divided along its span, and the rearmost or lowermost portion so formed is adapted to be angularly adjusted with ...


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Improvements in or relating to aeroplane wing-flaps and ailerons. Roger Robert, September 6, 1940: GB525942-A

525,942. Aeroplane controls. ROBERT, R. March 3. 1939, No. 7054. Convention date, March 4, 1938. [Class 4] An aeroplane having wing flaps with portions pivoted to their trailing edges to act as ailerons, has control means so arranged that as the lift of the wings is progressively increased the flaps ...


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Arrangement to avoid separation and turbulence in fluids moving with respect to a rotor. Grp Francais Pour Le Developpm, November 30, 1948: GB613528-A

613,528. Wind tunnels; aeroplane wing flaps. GROUPEMENT FRANCAIS POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT DES RECHERCHES AERONAUTIQUES. Dec. 11, 1945, No. 33536. Convention date, March 19. [Class 4] [Also in Groups XXVI and XXXII] In order to avoid separation and turbulence in a fluid moving with respect to surfaces b ...


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Improvements relating to wing flaps for aircraft and their control. Phillips & Powis Aircraft, Frederick George Miles, July 20, 1937: GB469149-A

469,149. Aeroplane wing - flaps. PHILLIPS & POWIS AIRCRAFT, Ltd., and MILES, F. G. April 14, 1936, No. 10754. [Class 4] In an aeroplane having wing flaps divided into at least two sections of which one is a servo section moving to operative position in an opposite sense to the remainder, the servo s ...



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