propulsor


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propulsor

(prəˈpʌlsə)
n
(Aeronautics) something that provides propulsion; a propeller
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Globe supplies over 140 different parts on the Virginia and Columbia class submarines, including special hull treatments, large aperture bow array acoustic panels, missile hatch gaskets, transducer covers, propulsor fairings and propeller shaft snubbers.
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.
Nela o elemento catartico torna-se central e propulsor de ideias e exploracoes esteticas, mecanismo de retorno e expansao de si mesmo.
UK-based power systems manufacturer Rolls-Royce Holdings plc has obtained the approval of all the relevant authorities for the acquisition of the outstanding 53.1% shareholding in Spanish engineering and construction group Sener Grupo de IngenierAaAaAeAa-a SA's Industria de Turbo Propulsor SA unit, the company said.
It then boosts these engines' performance by adding a "ducted, Boundary Layer Ingesting (BLI) tailcone propulsor driven by a turboelectric propulsion system." (That's the funny-looking fan attached to the rump of the artist's concept above.)