propulsor


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propulsor

(prəˈpʌlsə)
n
(Aeronautics) something that provides propulsion; a propeller
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Additional development and testing are required to demonstrate the maturity of several technologies that are critical to performance, including the integrated power system, nuclear reactor, common missile compartment and propulsor, the GAO report said.
1% shareholding in Spanish engineering and construction group Sener Grupo de IngenierAaAaAeAa-a SA's Industria de Turbo Propulsor SA unit, the company said.
Designed to yield substantial fuel efficiency benefits, the NASA STARC-ABL aircraft is a subsonic commercial aircraft concept with conventional underwing gas-turbine engines and a ducted, Boundary Layer Ingesting (BLI) tailcone propulsor driven by a turboelectric propulsion system.
y a escribir su libro sobre la literatura gay para lo cual entrevista al adalid del movimiento gay mexicano, propulsor de la cultura rosa Jose Antonio Alcaraz y al notable escritor Jorge Arturo Ojeda.
lt;<Si al principio (2005) podia considerarse que era un papado de transicion>>, despues se podria hablar de <<un pontificado significativo>>, y no solo por el hecho de la renuncia: <<Se nota asi un papado dinamico, innovador y propulsor hasta el fin de 2009>> (p.
ENGINE One Rolls Royce PWR2 nuclear reactor, two electric turbines, one pump jet propulsor, two turbo generators, two diesel alternators.
Son los anos en que el mayor propulsor de la deconstruccion en la cocina, Ferran Adria, de elBulli, se consideraba el gran innovador.
Finalmente, con enojo y resentimiento mal camuflados, hace un reclamo directo a Pena Nieto y a Videgaray, propulsor uno y artifice el otro, de las reformas estructurales:
Researchers have shown that distributing propulsor fans around an aircraft and integrating them inside the fuselage may be key to reaching future efficiency C[O.
La funcion de cada elemento propulsor es generar empuje en una direccion.
Su traslado al sector publico conocio en la Nueva Gestion Publica (New Public Management) un gran propulsor.