Patent FR-1909-405390

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A highly flexible airplane, forgoing the usual rigid framework and wings for fabric attached to a network of ropes attached to a central vergue (nautical term meaning attachment from the mast).

(What at first glance seemed to be five claims at the end of the patent are really five benefits of the design, such as the ability to pack up and transport the aircraft, reduction of cost, and the avoidance of risks associated with fracture of a rigid framework.)

Inventor location: rue Servau, 52. Paris–11e

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  • {{esp|FR|405390A espacenet]
Year filed 1909
Year granted 1909
Office FR
Patent number 405390
Inventors Lucien Chauvière
Inventor country FR
Applicant person Lucien Chauvière‎‎
Applicant firm
Applicant type INDIV
Applicant is inventor? Yes
Original title Aéroplane
English title Airplane
Tech fields airplane, frame, airfoil, sail, storage, design, fabric
Filing date July 24, 1909
Full specification filed date
Application number 405390D
Grant date November 13, 1909
Granted? Yes
Publication date December 28, 1909
Supplementary to patent
Related to aircraft? Yes
Serial number
Patent agent
Assigned to
National tech categories FR 6.4
IPCs IPC B64C39/00
CPCs CPC B64C2700/6295, CPC B64C39/00
Family year 1909
First filing? No
Number of citations
Cited by
Application ID 19224601
INPADOC family ID 5301772
Number of text pages 2
Number of diagram pages 1
Number of figures 3
Number of claims