Emmanuel Aimé

From Inventing aviation
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Emmanuel Aimé was a prolific editor and author on ballooning and French balloonists. He was an editor-in-chief of L'Aérophile.

Alt name: Pierre Emmanuel Aimé (1858-1940)[1]

He was:"Journaliste auteur d'articles dans le "New York Herald", "l'Auto", "l'Aérophile", etc.. - Premier secrétaire et co-fondateur de l'Aéro-Club de France. - A dirigé "Le Vendéen de Paris". - Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur"[1]

With Émile Salmson, he patented an aircraft design which used propellers to blow air downward through an array of planes in order to ascend. (On which patent his occupation was given as engineer.)


Patents whose inventor or applicant is Emmanuel Aimé or Pierre-Emmanuel Aimé or Pierre Emmanuel Aimé

Publications by or about Emmanuel Aimé or Pierre-Emmanuel Aimé or Pierre Emmanuel Aimé

References


Names Emmanuel Aimé; Pierre Emmanuel Aimé
Birth date 1858-12-22
Death date 1940
Countries FR
Locations Paris
Occupations author, editor, engineer
Tech areas Propulsion
Affiliations L'Aérophile
Wikidata id