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“Capsule ejection system for passenger aircraft
EP 1110861 A1
ABSTRACT
Nowadays, travelling by airplanes has been well established, and air accident rate is on the whole very low. However, as the number of air flights increases, accidents with the fatality of more than one hundred people have occurred. With the occurrence of such accidents, it poses fear to tens of thousands of air travellers that catastrophe may fall upon them in any flight…the crux of this invention is to provide means for blasting the airplane body apart in an accident so as to enable separate passengers cabin sections to break away automatically from the airplane. The break away passengers cabin sections will formed independent sealed units similar to unhitched train carts passing through a tunnel so as to protect the passengers who may remain sitting in each cabin..the fear of billion of air travel passengers would be dispelled.” (via)

Capsule ejection system for passenger aircraft
EP 1110861 A1
ABSTRACT
Nowadays, travelling by airplanes has been well established, and air accident rate is on the whole very low. However, as the number of air flights increases, accidents with the fatality of more than one hundred people have occurred. With the occurrence of such accidents, it poses fear to tens of thousands of air travellers that catastrophe may fall upon them in any flight…the crux of this invention is to provide means for blasting the airplane body apart in an accident so as to enable separate passengers cabin sections to break away automatically from the airplane. The break away passengers cabin sections will formed independent sealed units similar to unhitched train carts passing through a tunnel so as to protect the passengers who may remain sitting in each cabin..the fear of billion of air travel passengers would be dispelled.” (via)

“Hybrid emergency ejection system
US 20110233341 A1
ABSTRACT
An emergency escape sequence for a commercial aircraft is shown. Individual pods that are separable from the aircraft are ejected individually, following the separation and ejection of the upper cabin from the fuselage. Parachutes are deployed to assist in the safe descent of the pods. Airbags are also deployed to soften the landing and provide flotation in case of a water landing.” (via)

Hybrid emergency ejection system
US 20110233341 A1
ABSTRACT
An emergency escape sequence for a commercial aircraft is shown. Individual pods that are separable from the aircraft are ejected individually, following the separation and ejection of the upper cabin from the fuselage. Parachutes are deployed to assist in the safe descent of the pods. Airbags are also deployed to soften the landing and provide flotation in case of a water landing.” (via)

“Ejection escape system for a passenger airplane
US 6695257 B2
ABSTRACT
An ejection escape system for passenger airplane that there is a locking mechanism at the connection of the left top cabin cover, the right top cabin cover with the airplane body, there is also a locking mechanism at the connection of the left top cabin cover and the right top cabin cover, the passenger seat is an ejection escape seat, the switches for the locking mechanism and the ejection escape seat are installed in the cockpit, where the pilot can turn on the locking mechanism switch to open the left and right top cabin covers and turn on the ejection escape switch to eject the seat out of the airplane through the opening of the left and right top cabin covers.” (via)

Ejection escape system for a passenger airplane
US 6695257 B2
ABSTRACT
An ejection escape system for passenger airplane that there is a locking mechanism at the connection of the left top cabin cover, the right top cabin cover with the airplane body, there is also a locking mechanism at the connection of the left top cabin cover and the right top cabin cover, the passenger seat is an ejection escape seat, the switches for the locking mechanism and the ejection escape seat are installed in the cockpit, where the pilot can turn on the locking mechanism switch to open the left and right top cabin covers and turn on the ejection escape switch to eject the seat out of the airplane through the opening of the left and right top cabin covers.” (via)

Haraldo Juan Albrecht von Beckh Widmanstetter, inventor (via, also)

Haraldo Juan Albrecht von Beckh Widmanstetter, inventor (via, also)

various VTOL patents of Michel Wibault

various VTOL patents of Michel Wibault

Nathan C. Price, Lockheed Corporation
Application: October 12th 1949
(other patents here, here, here, here)

Nathan C. Price, Lockheed Corporation
Application: October 12th 1949
(other patents here, here, here, here)

Homer F. Streib, inventor (via)

Homer F. Streib, inventor (via)

Charles A. Neumann, inventor (via)

Charles A. Neumann, inventor (via)

the patents of René Couzinet

the patents of René Couzinet

Mar 6
reblog: explore-blog:

Beautiful patent drawing for R. J. Spalding’s Flying Machine, 1889. Complement with the illustrated history of human flight. reblog:

explore-blog:

Beautiful patent drawing for R. J. Spalding’s Flying Machine, 1889. Complement with the illustrated history of human flight.

Feb 8
Reuben B. Eubank, Jr and Judson C. Eubank, inventors (via)

Reuben B. Eubank, Jr and Judson C. Eubank, inventors (via)

Feb 6
“To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, Thomas Alva Edison, a citizen of the United States, and residing at Llewellyn Park, Orange, County of Essex, and State of New Jersey, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Flying Machines…” (via)

To all whom it may concern:
Be it known that I, Thomas Alva Edison, a citizen of the United States, and residing at Llewellyn Park, Orange, County of Essex, and State of New Jersey, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Flying Machines…” (via)

FLYING BOAT
Paul P. De Asis et al
Patent number: D211612
Filing date: Jun 9, 1967

FLYING BOAT
Paul P. De Asis et al
Patent number: D211612
Filing date: Jun 9, 1967

Mr Charles H. Zimmerman, inventor (via)

Mr Charles H. Zimmerman, inventor (via)

William G Krueger, Inventor, 1882

William G Krueger, Inventor, 1882