Patent GB-1913-29053

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Wires and fins arranged in a “conical” way to assist stability and intended to reduce drag (“back suction”) ; possibly this is done by keeping the wing thin at the back where wind is no longer laminar and they reduce the space of a low-pressure space behind the wing ; wings can apparently be angled, or naturally angle, appropriately wrt the wind

Patent doc is dated 1912-11-05, over a month before it appears as submitted in GB records

Inventor locations: 11 Broadway, NY, NY, US; Ridgefield, Bergen, NJ, US

Inventor occupations: Consulting engineer; Mechanic

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Year filed 1912
Year granted 1913
Office GB
Patent number 29053
Inventors Benjamin Talbot Babbitt Hyde, Andrew Gaul, Jr
Inventor country US
Applicant person Benjamin Talbot Babbitt Hyde
Applicant firm
Applicant type INDIV
Applicant is inventor? 1
Original title Improvements in airplanes
English title Improvements to airplanes
Tech fields efficiency, airfoil, stability
Filing date 1912-12-17
Full specification filed date
Application number 191229053D
Grant date 1913-05-15
Granted? 1
Publication date
Supplementary to patent Patent GB-1911-20105
Related to aircraft?
Serial number
Patent agent Marks & Clerk
Assigned to
National tech categories
IPCs IPC B64C1/00, IPC B64C17/00
CPCs CPC B64C2700/6219, CPC B64C17/00
Family year 1912
First filing? 0
Number of citations
Cited by
Application ID 23643896
INPADOC family ID 11130770
Number of text pages 3
Number of diagram pages 1
Number of figures
Number of claims 4