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US817442A
US817442A US15404503A US1903154045A US817442A US 817442 A US817442 A US 817442A US 15404503 A US15404503 A US 15404503A US 1903154045 A US1903154045 A US 1903154045A US 817442 A US817442 A US 817442A
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
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    • B64BLIGHTER-THAN AIR AIRCRAFT
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PATENTED APR. 10, 1906.
0. F. PAGE.
' AIR SHIP.
APPLICATION FILED APR. 24. 1903.
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Patented April 1%, 19GB.
hppiieation llled April 2t, 1903. Eerie! i 70. lt'i htiefio ville,in the parish of iiepidee, fitete of Louisicue, have. Invented certein new and ueefui, improvements in Airflhips declare the ioliowing to he it full, cieer, and exact deecriptimi oi' the invention, such as will enable others skilled in the art to which it apperteine to make end use the seine.
this invention reietes to hirehi is; and heeihr its object to provide it ennple and reediiy manufactured construction. wherein the deed-weights will he buoyed end the buoyancy may be varied to oeuee the ship to ascend or descend, es desired! Uther ob'ects endedvei'itegee of the iu--- vention will be understood from the ioihm' in descri tion.
in the 5 rewing's fOI'HliHg'tt portion oi this specification and in winch hire uumerele oi reference indicete eimiier ports in both the views, Figure 3 ie a verticel eection of the ship. Fig. 2 is it top plan. View of the ship.
,jtteterring now to the drewinge, the present ship con'iprises e, hull oonsieting of e mcwork of wire, shown at 5, and upon which in stretched e covering, 6, of oiled moves or similar nmteriel, the deck being; formed in the same manner.
' In the deck 7 there are two circulor 0 men inge 8 end 9, one of which is at the bow oi the beet and the other at the stern, and in each. of these openings is disposed the lower reduced end or neck portion of a peensheped bag 8, which projects downwardly into the hull. Connected to the lower ends of the fill-k he s is the pi c 10, which extends longitudinaiiy of the iiull and has an upturned rear end, to which is connected it pump 11, hoving therein on upwardly-opening valve 12 at its lower end, above which is e piston 13, having an upweidly-opening valve .14. Time as the piston is reciproceted the pump acts to exhaust from the pipe and from t11oge.;-begs, so that the gas in the ho 's may be reduced in. quantity to decrease tie buoyancy of the bags. Connected to the pi )e to tilt at point between the ges-begs an extending up- Wcrdly through the deck is the barrel second pump, heving a piston H3 therein and a rod 17 connected to the piston and. projecting from the upper end of the barrel. At the end i do herebyioner end of the --he. sre are i8, and iwttxmcn. the begs end 3 pump is it cut-off "mire IQ, t valve 19 is rte 13 '16 meg he open ated to Lire-w e pipe it) end then. force it iuto thc the pipe hevii e; in: inlet-veive i one "mi and hinii hm plug 2] id the i may be r I h"; but
frcrnthe 3 m ed raised or open pm. The wires ere o meted hyrnenu: :luhn rro 32, which. in
connected with t "b. eh} meters of" i. :23, me that the VHil/Ph may here lost h'iotio i with respect thereto, while staid rode may he the Jill-l vee end poeitiou. There is time prmuird mew .t'i'rir charging the guslnigre end eiso means or reducing the charges, so that the lmoyeney oi" the beg may he reerlii y verie d ()onnee' *5. to the how and stern of the butt of the c. ship iu'c the ends of e cehie 71th, which passes over the gee-beg. end huh'le them against disphu-emcnt iongritudineiiv oi the ship when filled, ti'ie'rc being} other cehlee 26) extending; from the tops of the geebege be tween them to the deck and crossed between the bags. Additional cables 27 are otteched to the firsthemcd cable end pose down wardly at the eides of the huge, where they are attached to e deck.
A propeiler-wheel 2? provided and ie driven from it gceengine 28, loceted in the hull of the vessel, and there is eiso e rudder 13$] for steering the vessel.
Suitable windows are provided for the huil, and it may be otherwise equipped for co1nfort and efficiency.
A11 air-ship comprising it closed hull her-- ing means for propelling it,1neanstor steering; the huil, the top of theisuid hull having, open ings theretiu'ough ges-bzws having their loWc r ends reduced and massed through the openings into the hull, a. tuhingr nrrongcd longitudinell oi'end wi thin the huii near the bottom thcreo en upwardly-d irectcd pipe passed through the opera tor when desired to raise hold them in raised top of the hull end communicating" with the and passing over latter rigidly with the said begs to hold the respect to the former.
In testimony whereof I affix my signature in presence of two Witnesses witnesses.
CHARLES F. PAGE.
DAVID GUNTER, Lnwson 13s.
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Cited By (5)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
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US2476678A (en) * 1947-01-14 1949-07-19 Walter C Miller Inflatable toy airplane
US2589472A (en) * 1947-02-19 1952-03-18 Elliott T Belmont Aerial display apparatus
US3228369A (en) * 1964-05-25 1966-01-11 Lear Siegler Inc Depth control system
US6019311A (en) * 1998-02-17 2000-02-01 Thyen; Christopher D. Airship with sails
US20090114768A1 (en) * 2007-04-24 2009-05-07 Michael Todd Voorhees Aerostatic Buoyancy Control System

Cited By (6)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2476678A (en) * 1947-01-14 1949-07-19 Walter C Miller Inflatable toy airplane
US2589472A (en) * 1947-02-19 1952-03-18 Elliott T Belmont Aerial display apparatus
US3228369A (en) * 1964-05-25 1966-01-11 Lear Siegler Inc Depth control system
US6019311A (en) * 1998-02-17 2000-02-01 Thyen; Christopher D. Airship with sails
US20090114768A1 (en) * 2007-04-24 2009-05-07 Michael Todd Voorhees Aerostatic Buoyancy Control System
US8091826B2 (en) 2007-04-24 2012-01-10 Michael Todd Voorhees Aerostatic buoyancy control system

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