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WO/2007/071909A1
One or more main aircraft fuel tanks (34) are provided with one or more fuel gauges (42) arranged to provide a measure of the amount of fuel in said one or more main fuel tanks. One or more auxiliary fuel tanks (30) are also provided. Th...  
WO/2005/112572A3
An adaptive guidance system (AGS) regulates the altitude and heading of a parasail to arrive at a target at a prescribed altitude. Since the altitude profile depends both on unknown wing loading, and wind magnitude and direction, the AGS...  
WO/2007/053931A1
The gas turbine engine 10 comprises at least one electrical generator 30, 32 and an electrical heater 34, 26 associated with a gas path of the engine 10. The heater 34, 36 is powered by the generator 30, 32 to selectively add heat to the...  
WO/2007/039650A1
The invention relates to a method of protecting a group of metal devices (13, 15) which are disposed inside a fuel tank (11) that is made wholly or partially from composite materials, such as a tank housed in an aircraft, against electri...  
WO/2007/008185A3
Method and arrangement for dispersing fuel (62) within a fuel containment system (60) of an aircraft (30) including utilizing a fuel containment system on an aircraft that is located at least partially within a wing (34) of the aircraft ...  
WO2006126162B1
The invention relates to filling elements for shafts, tanks, tank vehicles, containers and pipe lines, in order to deviate heat, and/or to increase cell-type distribution of the volume chamber ( Quenching ), in order to prevent and surpr...  
WO/2006/136736A3
The invention relates to a method for detecting and localising a fuel leakage in the engine of a multi-engine aircraft consisting in (a) determining a fuel consumption (L240, L244) for each aircraft engine, (b) in comparing the consumpti...  
WO/2007/017184A1
The present invention pertains to a tank module for an aircraft. The tank module is designed for being fitted into the aircraft fuselage from outside. The tank module (1) comprises at least one receptacle (10) and a shell section (5) tha...  
WO/2005/076822A3
The waste disposal service panel assembly includes a housing, waste drain valve, rinse/fill valve, handle assembly and service panel door. The housing has a tubular side wall and a base near one end of the side wall. The waste drain valv...  
WO/2006/126162A3
The invention relates to filling elements for shafts, tanks, tank vehicles, containers and pipe lines, in order to deviate heat, and/or to increase cell-type distribution of the volume chamber ( Quenching ), in order to prevent and surpr...  
WO/2007/008185A2
Method and arrangement for dispersing fuel (62) within a fuel containment system (60) of an aircraft (30) including utilizing a fuel containment system on an aircraft that is located at least partially within a wing (34) of the aircraft ...  
WO/2006/079782A3
A method and system for inerting an aircraft fuel tank is disclosed. A gas separation module (18) is provided comprising a plurality of strands of hollow fibre separation membrane wound around a core. Cabin air (17) is drawn through the ...  
WO/2006/124745A3
A fuel distributor (10) and mounting arrangement that helps support the weight of the fuel distributor (10) during removal and replacement for improved maintainability. The mounting arrangement includes a hanger (60) mountable on a first...  
WO/2006/136736A2
The invention relates to a method for detecting and localising a fuel leakage in the engine of a multi-engine aircraft consisting in (a) determining a fuel consumption (L240, L244) for each aircraft engine, (b) in comparing the consumpti...  
WO/2006/126162A2
The invention relates to filling elements for shafts, tanks, tank vehicles, containers and pipe lines, in order to deviate heat, and/or to increase cell-type distribution of the volume chamber ( Quenching ), in order to prevent and surpr...  
WO/2006/124745A2
A fuel distributor (10) and mounting arrangement that helps support the weight of the fuel distributor (10) during removal and replacement for improved maintainability. The mounting arrangement includes a hanger (60) mountable on a first...  
WO/2006/111108A1
A receptacle (10) for storing a liquid comprises a device (11, 12) for feeding one or more substances that render the liquid thixotropic to the liquid in the receptacle (10). The invention is characterized in that the device (11, 12) is ...  
WO2006058774A3
A supply system (100) for the energy supply in an aircraft comprising an engine (101) for propelling an aircraft, a fuel cell (102) for supplying an aircraft with electric energy, a first fuel reservoir (103) for supplying the engine (10...  
WO/2006/104427A1
The invention relates to an aircraft gas-dividing and gas-distributing system comprising an oxygen/nitrogen generator which is connected to an air-conditioning system through the inlet line thereof and to a fuel tank pressurisation syste...  
WO/2006/087486A1
The invention relates to a system for inerting a compartment of a vehicle, typically a fuel tank (1) for supplying the gas turbine (3) of an aircraft with fuel. Said system comprises a filtering device (5) arranged between the compressed...  
WO2005097599A3
An apparatus and method for defueling an aircraft, including a defueling fitting (100) comprising one or more structural connectors (102, 104) or suction cups, attached by a mount (130) and an actuator assembly (140) for opening the airc...  
WO/2006/079782A2
A method and system for inerting an aircraft fuel tank is disclosed. A gas separation module (18) is provided comprising a plurality of strands of hollow fibre separation membrane wound around a core. Cabin air (17) is drawn through the ...  
WO/2006/058774A2
A supply system (100) for the energy supply in an aircraft comprising an engine (101) for propelling an aircraft, a fuel cell (102) for supplying an aircraft with electric energy, a first fuel reservoir (103) for supplying the engine (10...  
WO/2006/058603A2  
WO2005118073A3
An inert gas generating system (50) for generating inert gas on a vehicle having a fuel tank (66) and a fuel tank vent (68). The system includes an inlet (70) for receiving a flow of gas having a nitrogen component and an oxygen componen...  
WO2006020286A3
An on-board inert gas generating system (10) includes a flow control valve (28) modulated according to changes in ambient conditions to minimize changes to oxygen content within a fuel tank (18). The quality of the nitrogen-enriched air ...  
WO/2006/049956A1
A dielectric tubular fitting (210; 500; 150; 370; 210') for dissipating electrical energy, while providing fluid flow therethrough, the fitting (210; 500; 150; 370; 210') including coaxial first (176; 176'; 224; 224'; 214L, 214R) and sec...  
WO/2006/018226A1
Nowadays in aircraft on-board inert gas generation systems (OBIGGS) are used to generate inert gases. Cooled bleed air of engines or auxiliary turbines is fed to said OBIGGS systems. According to an embodiment of the present invention, a...  
WO/2006/018225A1
Nowadays in aircraft so-called on-board inert gas generation systems (OBIGGS) are used to generate inert gases, to which OBIGGS cooled bleed air of engines or auxiliary power units is fed. According to an embodiment of the present invent...  
WO/2006/020286A2
An on-board inert gas generating system (10) includes a flow control valve (28) modulated according to changes in ambient conditions to minimize changes to oxygen content within a fuel tank (18). The quality of the nitrogen-enriched air ...  
WO/2006/016853A1
A maintenance unit (10) for facilitating maintenance of an aircraft comprising a housing air driven equipment said equipment including a fuel vapour purging device (75) and operator breathing apparatus (25) wherein the equipment are moun...  
WO/2006/015456A1
Eco protective impenetrable universal reservoir made of waved (zigzagged) ballistic Kevlar for airplanes, tanker and other vehicles, which is installed by the paneling of tanker (1) or by the wing casing or hull. He is protracting inside...  
WO2005084156A3
Disclosed is an aircraft, configured to have a wide range of flight speeds, consuming low levels of power for an extended period of time, while supporting a communications platform with an unobstructed downward-looking view. The aircraft...  
WO/2006/013346A1
Unsafe electric energies can exist in aircraft fuel tanks as a result of static build-up or induced currents from lightning strikes. The invention provides an aircraft having a ground circuit (19) and including a fuel tank (1) having a f...  
WO2005115123A3
An inerting system (10) for an aircraft (12) includes one or more fuel tank circuits (15) associated with fuel tanks (16). An air source (17) supplies pressurized air. A heat exchanger (56) cools the pressurized air. An air separation mo...  
WO/2006/013351A1
Unsafe electric energies can exist in aircraft fuel tanks as a result of static build-up or induced currents from lightning strikes. The invention provides an aircraft fuel tank (1) including two discharge paths (18-21-5 & 18-20-15-16-17...  
WO2005097599A9
A method and apparatus for defueling an aircraft. The apparatus includes a defueling fitting comprising one or more structural connectors, which may include one or more suction cups. The one or more structural members are attached to a m...  
WO/2005/118073A2
An inert gas generating system (50) for generating inert gas on a vehicle having a fuel tank (66) and a fuel tank vent (68). The system includes an inlet (70) for receiving a flow of gas having a nitrogen component and an oxygen componen...  
WO/2005/115123A2
An inerting system (10) for an aircraft (12) includes one or more fuel tank circuits (15) associated with fuel tanks (16). An air source (17) supplies pressurized air. A heat exchanger (56) cools the pressurized air. An air separation mo...  
WO/2005/106306A1
The present invention relates to spacers and pipelines. The spacers 4,10 are mounted between two pipes 1,3 - an internal line and an external line - and hold them at a defined distance. A closure 6 is necessary for fixing the spacer on t...  
WO/2005/097599A2
An apparatus and method for defueling an aircraft, including a defueling fitting (100) comprising one or more structural connectors (102, 104) or suction cups, attached by a mount (130) and an actuator assembly (140) for opening the airc...  
WO/2005/084156A2
Disclosed is an aircraft, configured to have a wide range of flight speeds, consuming low levels of power for an extended period of time, while supporting a communications platform with an unobstructed downward-looking view. The aircraft...  
WO/2005/082712A1
An inerting system for an aircraft fuel tank (10) uses an air separation device (12) to produce a supply of nitrogen-enriched air to replenish the fuel tank on consumption of fuel and to maintain the pressure difference across the walls ...  
WO/2005/076822A2
The waste disposal service panel assembly includes a housing, waste drain valve, rinse/fill valve, handle assembly and service panel door. The housing has a tubular side wall and a base near one end of the side wall. The waste drain valv...  
WO/2005/063362A1
A gas separation module (25) is disclosed for separating air into nitrogen (27) and oxygen (26) enriched fractions. The nitrogen enriched fraction 27 may be used to inert an atmosphere inside a fuel tank (32). The air is separated into n...  
WO2004099662A3
The invention relates to a system for safeguarding dangerous substances, such as fuels, in tank reservoirs, comprising a tank reservoir and a feed unit, which is connected to the tank reservoir and inside of which substances that bind da...  
WO/2005/021377A1
This invention makes the atmosphere inside of the aircrafts’ fuel-tank non-explosive by suppressing the formation of the fumes/vapor of aviation fuel due to the discharged-heat of the air-conditioner of the passenger cabin. This invent...  
WO/2005/010084A1
A reticulated polyurethane foam having a density less than 1.0 pounds per cubic foot [16 kg/m3] forms an explosion suppressing material that is installed into the inner volume of a fuel tank to fill from 50 to 90% or up to 100% of the vo...  
WO/2005/005255A1
This invention proposes an aerospace transportation system and operation method that applies to launch vehicles, sounding rockets, spacecraft, aeroplanes and helicopters. In this system the mass of propellant, or the energy source necess...  
WO/2005/002968A1
A modular, on-board, inert gas generating system for aircraft is disclosed in which main components such as a heat exchanger, filter, air separation module, and a pressure scheduling valve are provided in a modular unit sized to provide ...  

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