Patent GB-1911-11332

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Shape for a kite or other surface used in flight.

The kite herein shown as embodying my invention, comprises a surface or surfaces of air resisting sheet material 1 of silk or other suitable material having the general form of the frustum of a pyramid. The term "pyramid" is here used in its generic sense and includes not only a frusto-conical form but also all irregular as well as regular frusto-pyramidal forms.

The angles of the surfaces are said to exert a stabilizing effect.

Filed after a US patent application dated 1909/05/08, number not identified yet – perhaps never granted.

Inventor location: 50 Fisher Avenue, Brookline, Massachusetts, USA

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Year filed 1910
Year granted 1911
Office GB
Patent number 11332
Inventors Robert Day Andrews
Inventor country US
Applicant person Robert Day Andrews
Applicant firm
Applicant type INDIV
Applicant is inventor? Yes
Original title Improvements in Flying Devices
English title
Tech fields texture, airfoil, kite, stability
Filing date May 7, 1910
Full specification filed date
Application number 191011332D
Grant date May 4, 1911
Granted? Yes
Publication date
Supplementary to patent
Related to aircraft? Yes
Serial number
Patent agent Philip M. Justice
Assigned to
National tech categories
IPCs IPC B64C31/06
CPCs CPC A63H27/08
Family year 1910
First filing? No
Number of citations
Cited by
Application ID 23599303
INPADOC family ID 11092211
Number of text pages 5
Number of diagram pages 1
Number of figures 8
Number of claims 8