Patent FR-1911-427668

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Describes several stabilizing mechanisms, including extra panels attached to the wings, and a swinging "St. Andrew's Cross" (an X-shape) connected with the landing/wheels/brakes apparatus.

Conceptually not too far from the work of another inventor in Egypt, Oswald François Leopold Keun.

  • Inventor location: Egypt

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  • {{esp|FR|427668A espacenet]
Year filed 1911
Year granted 1911
Office FR
Patent number 427668
Inventors Émile-Antoine Corbillon
Inventor country EG
Applicant person
Applicant firm
Applicant type
Applicant is inventor? No
Original title Aéroplane à stabilisateurs automatiques
English title Airplane with automatic stabilizers
Tech fields airplane, stability, airfoil, safety, triplane, wheels, landing, brakes, propeller, aileron
Filing date January 17, 1911
Full specification filed date
Application number 427668D
Grant date August 10, 1911
Granted? Yes
Publication date August 10, 1911
Supplementary to patent
Related to aircraft? Yes
Serial number
Patent agent Paul Renaud
Assigned to
National tech categories FR 6.4
IPCs
CPCs CPC B64C17/00, CPC B64C2700/6218
Family year 1911
First filing? No
Number of citations
Cited by
Application ID 19246398
INPADOC family ID 5318965
Number of text pages 4
Number of diagram pages 2
Number of figures 15
Number of claims 8