aircraft propeller

aircraft propeller

[′er‚kraft prə‚pel·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
A hub-and-multiblade device for transforming the rotational power of an aircraft engine into thrust power for the purpose of moving an aircraft through the air.
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Tenders are invited for Provision of Aircraft Propeller Maintenance
The existing GE facility is located at Brisbane airport and Q400 aircraft propeller repair operations were initiated in January 2012.
The aircraft propeller, the report noted, was uncertified and the NAL had devised engine relight procedures without consulting its manufacturer.
Moreover, the PAC has been certified by the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), M/S Hamilton Sundstrand to carry out the overhaul of C-130 aircraft propeller on commercial basis.
TWO passengers needed hospital treatment yesterday after an aircraft propeller cover smashed into a window after take-off.
Graham Humphreys, who is blind, told how he could hear shouting ahead of him and the hedge-cutter was left on making a noise like an aircraft propeller.
A cargo worker was killed after being hit by an aircraft propeller, an inquest heard yesterday.
Morris Wills wasn't listening when his friends told him he should keep his long time secure job as a plant manager in an aircraft propeller factory.
An aircraft technician at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, the Netherlands received severe head and arm injuries on Friday morning (11 May) after walking into a moving aircraft propeller.
For non-Hartzell products, DHi will continue to offer direct sales of AfterGlo[R] Brand PL Safety Paint for use on fixed propellers, constant-speed aircraft propeller installed on engines less than 150 shp or more than 1800 shp, and on propellers used for non-aircraft applications (e.
for continued logistics support for C-130 cargo aircraft propeller hubs and blades.
Simgraph has previously developed a simulation-based training aid of the CP-140 Aurora aircraft propeller system for the Canadian Forces Base Greenwood, 404 Maritime Patrol and Training Squadron, in Nova Scotia.

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