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Number: 244/61
Name: Aeronautics > Aircraft power plants > Power plant using airship gas as fuel
Description: Aircraft power plants adapted to use some part of the sustaining gas or some other gas peculiarly adapted for airship use as fuel.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8336810 System, method and apparatus for widespread commercialization of hydrogen as a carbon-free alternative fuel source Dec. 25, 2012
8061651 Airship photocatalytic reactor energy generation, storage, and pipeless transmission systems Nov. 22, 2011
7341224 Miniature expendable surveillance balloon system Mar. 11, 2008
6425552 Cyclical thermal management system Jul. 30, 2002
6182924 Ballast for lighter than air aircraft Feb. 6, 2001
6131851 Apparatus having an energy generating skin as an outer covering Oct. 17, 2000
6119983 Airship/spacecraft Sep. 19, 2000
6119979 Cyclical thermal management system Sep. 19, 2000
5890676 Airship with neutral buoyancy fuel bladder Apr. 6, 1999
5348254 Long period floating airship Sep. 20, 1994











 
 
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