Carl Wilhelm Paul

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We have little on Carl Wilhelm Paul, other than that he was an engineer located at 140, Contrescarpe, Bremen-Neustadt, Germany.[1] He worked extensively with Carl Franz Hubert Hertel on "an airplane with a spherical cabin". The two inventors also worked on the airplane more generally and on airplane stability achieved by way of gyroscopic principles and apparatus. Carl Wilhelm Paul also filed on a few occasions on his own, though on work pertinent to these projects, particularly when filing in Great Britain.[2] His work with airships seems to have been non-collaborative.[3]

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Names Carl Wilhelm Paul
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Countries FR, GB, HU, DK, CH, AT, DE
Locations 140, Contrescarpe, Bremen-Neustadt, Germany
Occupations Engineer
Tech areas Frame, Construction, Design, Heavier-than-air, Airplane, Stability, Gyroscope, Airship, LTA
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