Henry Picq

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Henry Picq was an aero inventor addressed at rue Fresnel, 3, Paris, département Seine, France.[1] He seems to have worked exclusively with the heavier-than-air though with an intensive and rare conjunction of multiple lift surfaces with multiple and concurrently varied systems of propulsion.

Patents whose inventor or applicant is Henry Picq

  • Patent FR-1907-375273 (English title: Self-propelled airplane, actually quite evocative of a "ship", though purely heavier-than air, elaborate in its means of propulsion and in the complexity of lift and propulsion, Filing date: 1907-02-20)
  • Patent FR-1910-414268 (English title: Transport airplane with winged wheels as propeller, actually an arrangement associating multiple propellers with a complex of lift surfaces, Filing date: 1910-01-03)
  • Patent FR-1910-414268.12426 (English title: Transport airplane winged wheels as propeller, Supplementary to patent: Patent FR-1910-414268, Filing date: 1910-03-31)


Names Henry Picq
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Countries FR
Locations rue Fresnel, 3, Paris, département Seine, France
Tech areas Airplane, Propulsion, Lift, Design, Construction, Sustentation, Ascension, Heavier-than-air
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