Scientists have found that more women than men can detect the bitter taste of PROP
How much will medical-use rates change in the face of Prop
Along with towbar strikes, wandering off of taxiways and hitting something with the prop
is high on the stupid-pilot-prop
-wrecking-trick hit parade.
To make the call, your mechanic must consult the prop
38) "The determination of whether a valuation method is reasonable, or whether an application of a valuation method is reasonable, is made based on the facts and circumstances as of the valuation date"; see Prop
The property set aside for prop
plane companies won't have to compete against proposals from jet operators who typically pay nearly twice as much rent - and would win out just about every time.
Like Bill Clinton crusading to undo Reaganomics partly through a revisionist history of "the last 12 years," California's big spenders are hoping to use the current crisis to undo Prop
In some applications, the prop
blades are shorter, improving ground clearance for back-country operations.
Reduced weight of the prop
means less gyroscopic and flywheel effect which, to a point, is beneficial for wear and tear on the engine, particularly the crankshaft and engine mounts.
Her work with professional companies--Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and Utah Shakespeare Festival, just to name a few--has given her extra insight into the operation of a successful prop
You will find more people comfortable flinging the prop
on a Continental C-65 than you will with experience propping an 10-550, Lycoming -540 or a Jacobs radial.
Here are the calculations for an example motor and two different prop
Some interesting things have been going on in the prop
world, among them Yamaha's introduction of the SDS prop
hub, an interchangeable "shock absorber" that eliminates the clunk when a big V6 outboard is shifted into gear.
We asked some competition pros for their advice on what makes a prop
great--or a nightmare.
makers are responsible for producing the articles (properties) that are used on stage in a theatre, or on a film or television set.