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propel

Meaning: tr
itmek, ileri sürmek
As propellant blasts out of the rocket in one direction, it pushes the spacecraft in the other.
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.
After World War II, as jet engines gained popularity, aerodynamicists used jet engines to turn the propellers on some aircraft. This propulsion system is called a turboprop.
In outer space there is no atmosphere so turbines and propellers cannot work there. This explains why a rocket works in space but a turbine engine or a propeller does not work.
In a liquid rocket, the propellants, the fuel and the oxidizer, are stored separately as liquids and are pumped into the combustion chamber of the nozzle where burning occurs.
You can stop the thrust of a liquid rocket by turning off the flow of propellants.
He was propelled by a thirst for revenge.
Going all out like this is going to propel me right into an all-or-nothing struggle.
In a solid rocket, the propellants are mixed together and packed into a solid cylinder. Under normal temperature conditions, the propellants do not burn; but they will burn when exposed to a source of heat provided by an igniter. Once the burning starts, it proceeds until all the propellant is exhausted.
Added on 2018-08-28 | by redPen | View: 73

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