pitch ratio

pitch ratio

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The ratio of the geometric pitch or another specified pitch of a propeller to the diameter of the propeller. It is expressed as a mathematical proportion, as in 1.4 to 1.
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Only Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse had a better top flight goals per minutes on the pitch ratio than the ex-Everton man.
The design incorporates a fixed pitch ratio of 4 to I , so the ladder is always at the optimal angle.
This test vehicle has an interconnect aspect ratio (height/diameter) of 8 and pitch ratio (height/pitch) of 1.
But earlier in the campaign he made an instant impact, scoring three times and earning the curious statistic of having a better goals per minutes on the pitch ratio than every top-flight striker apart from Papiss Cisse.
Weaver and Abd-Rabbo [6] had performed visualisation study of in-line tube bundle with pitch ratio 1.
In this manner the geometry parameters (diameter D and pitch ratio P/D) of the optimum propeller for each case have been calculated, as well as thrust T.
During his descent at approximately 30 degrees nose low and 450 knots, the master caution light illuminated with a roll ratio and pitch ratio light and the sluggish flight controls.
Mills can readily monitor this ester pitch:acid pitch ratio and use it as a gauge for evaluating the potential for pitch outbreaks and adjustments to the pitch control program.
He lost automatic pitch control, and TOT TEMP HI, L GEN, PITCH RATIO, and EMER BOOST ON were all illuminated on his caution panel.
And Earnie's Premiership goals per minutes on the pitch ratio was only bettered by awesome Arsenal hitman Thierry Henry.
His goals-per-minute on the pitch ratio must be as good as anyone else in Europe this season.
During the climb he was faced with degraded aircraft handling qualities as the Roll CAS dropped off line several times and the Pitch Ratio was scheduling incorrectly due to erroneous inputs from the failed pitot probe.