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propel

Meaning: tr
itmek, ileri sürmek
For a propeller-powered aircraft, the gas that is accelerated, or the working fluid, is the surrounding air that passes through the propeller.
Propellers can have from 2 to 6 blades.
During the Age of Sail, the strong prevailing winds of the Roaring Forties propelled ships across the Pacific, often at breakneck speed.
As propellant blasts out of the rocket in one direction, it pushes the spacecraft in the other.
For the forty years following the first flight of the Wright brothers, airplanes used internal combustion engines to turn propellers to generate thrust.
On May 14, 1973, a two-staged Saturn V rocket propelled the 90 metric ton unmanned Skylab space station into an orbit above Earth.
The propeller acts like a rotating wing creating a lift force by moving through the air.
He was propelled by a thirst for revenge.
Propeller-powered aircraft are very efficient for low speed flight.
Going all out like this is going to propel me right into an all-or-nothing struggle.
Added on 2018-08-28 | by redPen | View: 203

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