Patent Portfolio for Sale:Aircraft Landing Gear Patents
1) An improved split bearing for use with an aircraft landing gear assembly - the technology includes four components adapted for assembly into an integral and complete nose gear lower bearing that permits removal of the main wear component without the need to completely disassemble the nose gear. The split bearing includes first and second semi-cylindrical sleeve components adapted for installation in surrounding relation with the piston tube of a hydraulically actuated landing gear system of an aircraft. A retaining flange secures the split-bearing sleeve.
2) An enhanced modular landing gear harness for use on a jet aircraft. The harness is divided into four sub-assemblies together with the main sub-assembly, the brake temperature monitoring sub-assembly, the weight off wheels sub-assembly, and the anti-skid sub-assembly. The different sub-assemblies may be connected to form a unitary harness that offer a protective conduit for wiring for critical landing gear systems. The use of light-weight composite connectors make possible troubleshooting and substantially reduces the overall weight of the harness assembly.
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Class 244: Aeronautics And Astronautics
Machines or structures adapted to be: completely or partially sustained by the air (e.g., winged aircraft, helicopters, parachutes, kites, balloons, etc.); propelled and guided or stabilized through the air (e.g., projectiles with fins, guided missiles, etc.); placed in an orbit or which substantially operate outside the earth"s atmosphere (e.g., satellites, space vehicles, etc.); or subcombinations of these machines or structures.Subclass 102R: Retractable
Subclass 102A: Interconnected elements
Class 384: Bearings
Bearings, designed for general use, where one element continuously bears the weight of another, either suspended, or imposed, and wherein there is either linear motion, rotary motion, or oscillating movement, between the two elements. The bearings may have either sliding, or rolling contact with the supported member. The class includes (a) supports for bearings; (b) antifriction means; and (c) lubricating devices.Subclass 145: Arcuate bearing surface
Subclass 146: Axially spaced lip
Subclass 296: Radial protrusion or sleeve end flange
Class 307: Electrical Transmission Or Interconnection Systems
This is the residual class for all subject matter, not elsewhere classified, relating to electrical transmission or interconnection systems.Subclass 9.1: VEHICLE MOUNTED SYSTEMS
Subclass 147: CONDUCTOR ARRANGEMENTS OR STRUCTURE