Amable-Joseph Raynaud

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Advertising in L'Aérophile, January 1909.

Amable-Joseph Raynaud was an aero inventor and engineer, though also associated with "Le Syndicat de Faillite", this latter appearing to have been a bankruptcy organization.

As an engineer, he specialized in soupapes (valves, typically for outflow of air from LTA balloons; wooden or metal); cercles de suspension (literally, hanging circles, for attaching other things, like ropes?) et d'appendice; nacelles; and poutre-armées (beams of some kind) for dirigibles.

Addresses in 1909: Paris XVe -- 96, Avenue Félix-Faure and 161, Rue Lourmel

Patents whose inventor or applicant is Amable-Joseph Raynaud

  • Patent FR-1906-362340 (English title: Detachable valve, with automatic opening, for aerostats, Filing date: 1906-01-11)
  • Patent FR-1911-419977 (English title: Automatic anti-electric valve for aerostats, Filing date: 1910-08-13)
  • Patent FR-1915-478370 (English title: Improvement to airplane stabilizers, Filing date: 1914-07-28)

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