|Veröffentlichungsdatum||17. Juni 1913|
|Veröffentlichungsnummer||US 1065216 A, US 1065216A, US-A-1065216, US1065216 A, US1065216A|
|Erfinder||Julius C Christiansen|
|Ursprünglich Bevollmächtigter||Julius C Christiansen|
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J. G. GHRISTIANSEN.
APPLIOATION FILED DBO. 14, 1911.
Panented June 17, 1913 In wntoi:
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Specification of Letters Patent: Fate}: June 1'2, 1913,
Animation mea'neaemm 14, 1am mnsiarossm is a specification; refcrenceheinghad to' the pleted 'wlthin the purview of the invention to apply the same movitblc perta- The invention consists of the novel features, details of cohstruction and combination of parts, which hereinafter will be more particularly set forth, illustrated in the accompan ing drawing, and pointed out in the appen or claims;
Referring to the drawing, forming :1 part of the specification, Figure 1 is a view in elevation partly in diagram of acontrol shown in connection with fore and aft rudders for steering a vessel or air craft. Fig.
generrrlly. for operating 2 is a view similar to Fig. 1 as seen from above. Fig. 3 is a detail view of the intermcdiate portion of the ion itudinally movable rod and the inner en s-of the alining parts of the hollow shaft which are connected by a segment and an ofi'st-anding portion.
Corresponding and like parts are referred to in the f llowing description, and indicated in all the views of the drawing, by the some reference characters.
The numeral 1 designates a hollow shaft, which is mounted in bearings 7 and comprises parts which are connected by means of a scgmmt 2 and an oilstanding portion 24. A pulley 1b is fast to one end of the hollow shift 1 and a cross bar 8 is secured to the opposite end of such shaft and has a plane 12 hinged or pivotally connected thereto. Th segment 2 comprises parallel 0 which is pivoted at 15 members betwcm which operates a lever 14.- I to the ofi'standing portion 2%. A wei ht13 is connected with the lower end of tie lever 14 to normally hold the same in a vertical plane. A rod 5 mounted within theshaft 1- in such a manner as to move longitudinally therein and to relatively turn The rod fishes a the invention .Iesides chiefly shown,
sees her e at a point between the ends of the shaft I connected by the parts 2 and 24, This cross bar 6 is slotted longitud'inall to receive the operating lever 1 The en s of the rod 5 extend be and the extremities of the shaft 1. of the rod 5- with an arm 11 projecting let: ertrll'y from the piano E2. The opposite end of the rod 5 is pivotai'ly connected to a lever 25, as indicated at 23, said lever being fulcrnmed art 22. Longitudinal movement of the rod 5 efiected by means of the operating-lever 1'4? and said rod is held in the adjusted position by means of a latch, not mounted upon the lever 14 in the usual manner and dapted to en age teeth of the'segnient 2. A segment 3 is supported by means of a rod 4 which is arranged at a right angle to the rod 5. The segment 3 comprises parallel members between which .the operating lever 1'4 I passes. The shaft 1 is adapted tobe turned about its axis by means of thelever 14 and is held in the adnsted; position by means ofl the segment 3 and a latch, not shown, mounted upon the lever 14. Rotary movement of the A lin s connects one end i shaft 1 causes a corresponding movement of 4 the cross bar 8 and pulley 16. The plane 12 connected to the cross bar 8 moves therewith into the required angular position and said plane may be adjusted angularly with reference to the length of the shaft 1 by 1011- gitudinal movement of the rod 5 through the instrumentality of the link '9 and arm 11. Either angular adjustment of the plane 12 may be separately efiected or both-angular adjustments may be effected by a simultaneous turning of the shaft 1 and' a longitudinal movement of the. rod 5.,
A shaft 25 is mounted in bearings 7 preferably in line with the shaft 1 and has a cross bar 8 fast thereto. A plane '12 is hinged or pivoted to the'cross barS and has oppositely extending arms 10 to which flexible connections 20 are attached, said connections being made fast to opposite ends of the lever 21. Relative lateral adjustment of the plane 12 is effected by a movement of the lever 21 when the rod 5 is moved lon itudinally A pulley 18 is secured to t e shaft Guide pulleys 17 are located at the sides of the shafts 1 and 25. A flexible connection 19 is passed around the pulleys 16 and 18 one or more times and over the pulleys l7 Rotation of the shaft 1 causes a corresponding rotary movement of the shaft be directed vertically as well as,laterally 25, whereby the plane 2 connected with such shaft is moved angularly. In the event of the parts to be operated, such as the planes 12, the same may be moved oppositely r in the same direction according to the result to be accomplished and in the event of such parts 12 consisting of fore and aft rudders of a vessel or air craft the same may be quick] I started which is of vital consequence w 18H the invention is applied to the rudders of air craft which are required to order to rise or descend or to move to the right or left.
From the foregoingdescription, taken in connection with the accompanying drawing, the advantages of the construction and of the method of operation will be readily apparent to those skilled in the art to which the invention appertains, and while I have described the principle of operation of the invention, together with the device which I now consider to be the best embodiment thereof, I desire to have it understood that the device shown is merely illust attire, and that such changes may be madewhen desired as are within the scope of the claims appended hereto.
Having thus described the invention what is claimed as new, 1s:
1. In comblnatlon concentric members, the
one rotatable and the other momble;,longitudinally, a cross bar attached to the rotata bl'e member, a swinging member pivotally connected to the cross bar, connecting means betwt -n the'swinging member and the 10ngitndmally movable member, an opera ing lever having connection with the two members to effect independent or snnultaneous movement thereof, and means for securing the operating lever in the adjusted POSlLlUll.
in combination concentric members-,the one'being rotatable and the other movable longitudinally, an operating lever having connection with such members and adapted to move them independently of each other, a second shaft rotatably mounted, a member hingedly connected to the second shaft, connectinp means between the second shaft and the before mentioned rotatable member for causing both to turn together, a. lever con nected with the longitudinally movable member, and connecting means between such lever and the member hingedly connected to the before mentioned second shaft.
Signed at the city of New York, county of New York, and State of New York.
JULIUS C. CIIRIS"IANSEN.
Witnesses M. F. MoNrxorr, P. MCIGBEGAN.
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