Patent US-1914-1133342

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A curved base for a hydroaeroplane, that is, an airplane that lands on the water. The shape of the base is supposed to help the vessel to float in water as well as increase its aerodynamics while flying.

  • Inventor location: Frankfort-on-the-Main

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Year filed 1914
Year granted 1915
Office DE
Patent number 1133342
Inventors Oskar Ursinus
Inventor country DE
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Applicant type INDIV
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Original title Float for Hydroaeroplanes
English title Float for Hydroaeroplanes
Tech fields hydroplane, marine, subsystem, aerodynamics, hydrodynamics
Filing date 1914-03-05
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Grant date 1915-03-30
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National tech categories USPC 114/292
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CPCs CPC B63B35/34
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Number of text pages 2
Number of diagram pages 1
Number of figures 6
Number of claims 2