piston-engined


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piston-engined

adj
(Automotive Engineering) powered by a piston engine
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piston-engined

[ˈpɪstənˌendʒɪnd] ADJcon motor de pistón
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The company has secured the official certificate for the Cabri G2, a two-seat light piston-engined helicopter, during the middle of this month subsequent to the CC s accomplishment of a validation procedure for eight months.
All four escaped without injury when the piston-engined Cirrus SR22 came down at Lawson, in Australia's south-east corner.
Early US Jet Fighters: Proposals, Projects and Prototypes lives up to its title with an extraordinary wealth of detail documenting the birth of the jet engine fighter in the 1940s, eclipsing the old piston-engined fighter.
It is generally performed in fixed-gear piston-engined aircraft with side-by-side seating.
The airline is one of the few in the world to still commercially operate big, classic piston-engined airliners such as the Anson, DC6 and DC3
However, the Marine Corps has seen the evolution of rotary-wing aircraft in the assault support role from the time it first evaluated Army WW II helicopters and encouraged the Bureau of Aeronautics' development of larger ones, to the similarly piston-engined ones of the Korean War and the turbine-powered helos of today.