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Propeller TV         
ANGLO-CHINESE TV CHANNEL
Propeller (television channel)
Propeller TV is an Anglo/Chinese television production company. Until the beginning of April 2019 it provided a TV service broadcast from the SES Astra 2G satellite and was also carried on the SKY EPG at Channel 185.
airscrew         
  • TP400]] turboprop of an [[Airbus A400M]]
  • Changes in propeller blade angle from hub to tip.
  • Counter-rotating propellers
  • [[Leonardo's aerial screw]]
  • Prototype created by [[Mikhail Lomonosov]], 1754
  • A 6-bladed [[Hamilton Standard]] 568F propeller on an [[ATR 72]] short-haul airliner
  • Cut-away view of a [[Hamilton Standard]] propeller. This type of constant-speed propeller was used on many American fighters, bombers and transport aircraft of [[World War II]]
  • A decorated Japanese ''taketombo'' [[bamboo-copter]]
  • A sailor checks the propeller of a [[Landing Craft Air Cushion]] hovercraft
AIRCRAFT COMPONENT WHICH CONVERTS ENGINE TORQUE INTO FORWARD THRUST
PropHead; Propellor head; Airscrew; Aircraft propeller; Aircraft Propeller; Air screw; Air propeller; Feathering (propeller); Aerial propeller; Propeller (aircraft); Aircraft propellers; Reverse pitch; Twin prop
¦ noun Brit. an aircraft propeller.
propeller         
  • [[Archimedes' screw]]
  • water tunnel]] experiment
  • Smith's original 1836 patent for a screw propeller of two full turns. He would later revise the patent, reducing the length to one turn.
  • Great Britain}}'s first propeller. A four-bladed model replaced the original in 1845. The ship was designed to have paddles, but plans changed after screw propellers were shown to be much more efficient.
  • Archimedes}}
  • Propeller of [[Pratt & Whitney Canada PW100]] [[turboprop]] mounted on [[Bombardier Q400]]
  • [[ATR 72]] propeller in flight
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  • Olympic}}. The outer two are counter-rotating.
  • Bronze propeller & stainless steel rope cutter
  • A variable-pitch propeller on a fishing vessel
FAN THAT TRANSMITS ROTATIONAL MOTION INTO THRUST
Propellor; Screw propeller; Screw-Propeller; Propellers; Propellors; Screw propellor; Propeller (marine craft); Cleaver (propeller); Boat Propeller; Surface piercing propeller; Ventilated propeller; Propeller (ship); Screw ship; Skewback propeller; Skewback propellor; Propeller blade; Propeller (marine); Screw-propeller; Marine propeller; Screw propellers; Propeller propulsion; Toroidal propeller
(also propellor)
¦ noun a revolving shaft with two or more broad, angled blades, for propelling a ship or aircraft.