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Opportunities exist here mostly for component companies making better batteries, motors and quiet propellers.10 investors predict MaaS, on-demand delivery and EVs will dominate mobility’s post-pandemic future | Kirsten Korosec | February 19, 2021 | TechCrunch
A couple of hours later, I noticed that another propeller—not the one that had grabbed my daughter's hair—had fallen off entirely.Amazon still hasn’t fixed its problem with bait-and-switch reviews | Timothy B. Lee | December 30, 2020 | Ars Technica
Then my five-year-old daughter somehow managed to get one of the propellers stuck in her hair.Amazon still hasn’t fixed its problem with bait-and-switch reviews | Timothy B. Lee | December 30, 2020 | Ars Technica
Others use propellers—typically four of them—to pull themselves up into the sky, kind of like helicopters.
In a turbofan, the engine’s turbine drives a fan at the front of the engine, while in a turboprop it drives a propeller at the front of the engine.Airbus Just Unveiled Three New Zero-Emission Concept Aircraft | Vanessa Bates Ramirez | September 23, 2020 | Singularity Hub
Children have fantasy lives so rich and combustible that rigging them with lies is like putting a propeller on a rocket.
“You think of something military, hostile, weaponized,” not the tiny four-propeller aircrafts used by hobbyists and researchers.
The triangle is “like a rubber band wound up in a toy propeller,” Turner says.
The propeller to be worked by this novel engine was of course his long-idle screw.Life of Richard Trevithick, Volume II (of 2) | Francis Trevithick
It was a fourteen-horse-power engine, water-cooled, and geared with a chain to the propeller.
The next moment the engine began to throb regularly, and the blades of the propeller whirled.
The big propeller-wings began to beat the air, and the sound rose to a keen buzzing.
Swift and straight she flew and suddenly Chet roared to Lance to shut down, and the propeller groaningly stopped.
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