Patent US-1911-993842

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Design for wing which expands at the ends (tips) into 'boxes' made of webbing; boast: “Moreover, other things being equal, the supporting power of the wing—that is, its power to make the machine float when used as an aeroplane—is increased to such extent that a smaller wing, if built in accordance with our invention, may take the place of a larger wing of ordinary construction.”And, the patent claims that the web-box creates automatic stability for the vessel against wind gusts

  • Inventor location (imputed by HistPat): New York, New York county, NY (FIPSloc=36061)

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Year filed 1910
Year granted 1911
Office US
Patent number 993842
Inventors William Kriedter, William Henry Bourdon
Inventor country US
Applicant person William Kriedter, William Henry Bourdon
Applicant firm
Applicant type INDIV
Applicant is inventor? 1
Original title Wing for flying-machines
English title Wing for flying-machines
Tech fields airfoil, frame, stability
Filing date 1910-02-23
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Application number 1910545281
Grant date 1911-05-30
Granted? 1
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Supplementary to patent FR 545281
Related to aircraft? Yes
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National tech categories USPC 244/45R
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CPCs CPC B64C2700/6295
Family year 1910
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Application ID 47461272
INPADOC family ID 43920775
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