Patent FR-1911-420322.16406

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  • This is a landing system featuring the wheels of the airplane, and an elaborate array related to shock-absorption. There are springs, yes, but also an overall design inclusive of hinged rods and so forth, pliable in total, with controlled limits, that is, for instance, the rods holding the wheels themselves will hinge, upon landing, hinge to certain extent (meanwhile absorbing shock), then the wheel or wheels will butt against another rod, rather than collapsing completely into the aircraft itself.
  • This was the ninth addition to the following patent:

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Year filed 1911
Year granted 1912
Office FR
Patent number 16406
Inventors Édouard Vedovelli
Inventor country FR
Applicant person Édouard Vedovelli
Applicant firm
Applicant type INDIV
Applicant is inventor? Yes
Original title Aéroplane
English title Aeroplane, actually airplane landing system featuring wheels and shock-absorbers
Tech fields airplane, landing, wheels, shock-absorbers, suspension, frame, design, subsystem
Filing date 1911/11/10
Full specification filed date
Application number 16406D
Grant date 1912/11/12
Granted? Yes
Publication date 1913/01/31
Supplementary to patent Patent FR-1909-420322
Related to aircraft? Yes
Serial number
Patent agent J. Bonnet-Thirion
Assigned to
National tech categories FR 6.4
IPCs IPC B64C25/00
CPCs CPC B64F2700/6226, CPC B64C25/00
Family year 1909
First filing? No
Cites these patents
Citations from after 1930
Application ID 18727157
INPADOC family ID 5198628
Number of text pages 2
Number of diagram pages 1
Number of figures 4
Number of claims