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propulsor

(prəˈpʌlsə)
n
(Aeronautics) something that provides propulsion; a propeller
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Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: Procurement of voith schneider propulsors
The most important advantage of electromotion before the traditional drive of ship propulsors is the ability to provide high maneuverability of vessels equipped with this type of power plant.
We're looking at our machines in electric-only aircraft and in series applications with a gas turbine, distributing the power electrically instead of mechanically to run rotors or propulsors.
One of the possible ways to increase the mobility of the transport machines and planet rovers in particular, is the use of hybrid wheel-walking propulsors (primary movers).
Both BLI and conventionally podded propulsors were tested, using electrically driven fans.
Powered by MTU engines and Rolls Royce Waterjet propulsors, the vessel can be offered in various configurations as a fast troop carrier, mortar boat, gun boat and missile boat.
The reactor provides power for the single shaft, and also for the Rolls-Royce pump jet propulsors.
According to EA industrial director Marios Evripidou, delivering spare propulsors in lieu of spare engines also helps minimize an airline's inventory.
ARL has developed designs and demonstrated propulsors for unmanned undersea vehicles (UUV), in particular, the thrust-vector pumpjet propulsor technology, which has been transitioned to Boeing's Long Term Mine Reconnaissance System (LMRS) UUV and Lockheed Martin's Advanced Development Unmanned Undersea Vehicle (ADUUV).
The vessel has diesel electric propulsion driving two compact azipod propulsors.
The new facility will improve manufacturing capabilities and production efficiency across a wide range of marine propellers and propulsors.
One thing that you didn't mention is the fact that the Celebrity Cruises' Millennium Class ships have had problems with their Mermaid brand podded propulsors.