Joseph Chantraine

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Joseph Chantraine was an aero inventor initially filing from Saventhem (or Saventham, now Zaventem), province du Brabant flamand, région flamande, Belgium.[1] This location is even closer to Brussels than the below-mentioned Cortenbergh.

We also have him located at Cortenbergh-lez-Bruxelles (or Kortenbergh), province du Brabant flamand, région flamande, Belgium.[2]

British data also has him in Cortenbergh (spelled Cortenberg), near Brussels, and has him identified as an Engineer.[3]

He stands out most in terms of one helicopter-hybrid design. His one perfectionnement, within the Belgian system, puts the emphasis on “the celluloid-crystal hull”.[4] This may not be reflected in the subsequent international filings.

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Names Joseph Chantraine
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Countries BE, FR, GB, IT
Locations Saventhem (or Saventham, now Zaventem), and Cortenbergh-lez-Bruxelles (or Kortenbergh), both province du Brabant flamand, région flamande, Belgium
Occupations Engineer
Tech areas HTA, Helicopter, Propellers, Design, Parachutes, Rubber, Landing, Aerodynamics, Hybrid, Cables, Hull
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