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Undercarriage for aeroplanes. William Edrington Gray, November 19, 1930: GB338514-A

338,514. Gray, W. E. Aug. 19, 1929. Land wheels. - An aeroplane undercarriage comprises two sets of wheels, one set mounted in front of the centre of gravity and the other mounted for fore and aft adjustment to positions on either side thereof, the arrangement being such that with the rear set in th ...


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Undercarriage for aeroplanes. William Edrington Gray, November 19, 1930: GB338515-A

338,515. Gray, W. E. Aug. 19, 1929. Land wheels.-An aeroplane undercarriage comprises two sets of wheels, one set well ahead of the centre of gravity and the other sufficiently far to the rear thereof to ensure that the rear of the machine can never rest on the ground, one at least of the sets of wh ...


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Retractable landing gear of aeroplanes. Mercier Jean, January 25, 1938: GB478778-A

478,778. Aircraft alighting - gear. MERCIER, J. Feb. 24, 1937, No. 5499. Convention date, Feb. 24, 1936. [Class 4] In a retractable undercarriage for. aeroplanes in which a wheel 1 is carried by a strut formed by two hingedly connected elements 5a, 5b and pivotally connected to the aeroplane structu ...



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