Various improvements to strength and utility of hulls of "flying boats". These include side fins and a "hydroplaning bottom".
According to Curtiss the "flying boat" is a type of hydroplane and the invention might apply to other types as well.
My invention relates to boat hulls of that description commonly used in connection with the type of flying machines called flying boats. This type is characterized by the support of the tail controls upon and the passengers in the body of the boat hull which also carries abeam of itself an air supporting surface. However, as will appear hereinafter more clearly, my invention is applicable to hulls of hydroplanes of other types than flying boats.
|Applicant person||Glenn H. Curtiss|
|Applicant is inventor?||1|
|Original title||Hull for flying-boats|
|English title||Hull for flying-boats|
|Tech fields||flying boat, hydroplane, frame, marine, subsystem|
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|Related to aircraft?||1|
|National tech categories||USPC 114/272|
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|Citations from after 1930|
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|Number of text pages||3|
|Number of diagram pages||1|
|Number of figures||5|
|Number of claims||21|