airscrew


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Synonyms for airscrew

a propeller that rotates to push against air

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The geometric characteristics of the Master Airscrew Electric 11x7 (11 inches in diameter with 7 inches of pitch) and the T-motor 18x6.1 (18 inches in diameter with 6.1 inches of pitch) are shown in Figures 5 and 6, respectively.
Motor Sich will supply engines and their spare parts and Russia's Aerosila will supply AV-17 airscrews.
The first Avon to fly took off on 15 August 1948, nearly 15 years after the air ministry had stated that the jet could not be a "serious competitor to the airscrew engine combination".
MAR 1938 American Airlines approves the feathering Hamilton hydraulic airscrew for service.
Even common terms like truck, battery and propeller can be hazards, for in British English they are lorry, accumulator and airscrew.
Glauert, The Elements of Aerofoil and Airscrew Theory, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 2nd edition, 1983.
Opening throttle will also increase the possibility of trail formation due to local reduction of pressure on the airscrew or wings.
Owners of two-bladed props can upgrade to the three-bladed airscrew from Hartzell at www.
Glauert, The Element of Aerofoil and Airscrew Theory, Cambridge University Press, Second edition, 1948.
ARMY AIR FORCES FORCE TERM EQUIVALENT/ DEFINITION ABOUT TURN ABOUT FACE ACCUMULATOR AN AIRCRAFT GENERATOR ACEY-DEUCY AIRMAN SECOND CLASS, LOWEST RANKING AIRMAN IN RAF, AC2 ACE GEN TOPGRADE INFORMATION ACK ACK ANTIAIRCRAFT FIRE ACKERS BRITISH POUNDS STERLING, CURRENCY AERODROME AN AIRBASE, AIRFIELD AIRSCREW AN AIRCRAFT PROPELLER ALL ARMS AND LEGS WEAK BEER ANGELS AIRCRAFT ALTITUDE (E.G.
The gasoline engine uses Master Airscrew 16 x 10 3-blade propeller.
Glauert, The Elements of Airfoil and Airscrew Theory, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 1926.