propeller

[ pruh-pel-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF propeller

Synonyms for propeller

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Much of the efficiency of the motor is due to the form and gearing of the propeller.

There are some features, however, which may be safely adopted in propeller selection.

The total weight of the monoplane with engine and propeller is 352 pounds.

The "thrust" of the propeller is also extraordinary, being between 250 and 260 pounds.

The propeller has four blades which are but little wider than a lath.

The propeller and propeller strut will be noticed in this illustration.

If a propeller acts in the same way as a screw, then it too must have a pitch.

The end of the propeller also revolves adjacent to the bearing in the skeg.

The propeller is a three-blade affair with a diameter of 21/4 inches.

This done, the propeller is soldered to the propeller-shaft.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR PROPELLER

paddle

nounitem used for propelling object
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