Ross Franklin Moore

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Ross Franklin Moore was an aero inventor in the Royal Engineers. He modeled an aircraft after the flying fox. This aircraft is described and Patent GB-1895-6 and discussed in further detail in the October 1897 Aeronautical Journal,[1] and again in an address to the Aeronautical Society of Great Britain on 16 December 1897.[2] (Compares his aircraft to organism; cites Marey and Headley.)

Patents whose inventor or applicant is Ross Franklin Moore


  1. "Reports on Experiments made by Major R. F. Moore (late R.E.), To ascertain the power and means necessary for Flight with Wings."Aeronautical Journal, Vol. 1, No. 4, October 1897, pp. 2–17.
  2. "Model Flying Machine", Aeronautical Journal, Vol. 2, No. 5, January 1898, pp. 1–3.


Names Ross Franklin Moore
Birth date 1847?
Death date 1923?
Countries GB
Locations Devon, England
Occupations engineer
Tech areas flapping, electronics
Affiliations Royal Engineers