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  • 121propulsion reactor — /prəˈpʌlʃən riæktə/ (say pruh pulshuhn reeaktuh) noun a nuclear reactor designed to provide energy for propulsion, as in a ship or submarine …

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  • 122propulsion laser — lazerinis variklis statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. laser engine vok. Laserantrieb, m rus. лазерный двигатель, m pranc. propulsion laser, f …

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  • 123propulsion force — varos jėga statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. driving force; propulsion force; propulsive force vok. Antriebskraft, f; treibende Kraft, f rus. движущая сила, f pranc. force motrice, f …

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  • 124propulsión a chorro — ► locución AERONÁUTICA, TECNOLOGÍA Procedimiento empleado para que un avión, proyectil o nave avance en el espacio mediante la reacción producida por la expulsión de un chorro de fluido en sentido opuesto al del avance …

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  • 125propulsion system — noun a system that provides a propelling or driving force • Hypernyms: ↑system …

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  • 126rocket propulsion — propulsion of an object by thrust developed by a rocket. [1925 30] * * * …

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  • 127jet propulsion — propulsion in one direction by a jet of air or gas in the opposite direction …

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  • 128Spacecraft propulsion — A remote camera captures a close up view of a Space Shuttle Main Engine during a test firing at the John C. Stennis Space Center in Hancock County, Mississippi Spacecraft propulsion is any method used to accelerate spacecraft and artificial… …

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  • 129United States gravity control propulsion research (1955 - 1974) — American interest in gravity control propulsion research intensified during the early 1950s. Literature from that period used the terms anti gravity, anti gravitation, baricentric, counterbary, electrogravitics, G projects, gravitics, gravity… …

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  • 130Laser propulsion — is a form of Beam powered propulsion where the energy source is a remote (usually ground based) laser system. This form of propulsion differs from a conventional chemical rocket where both energy and reaction mass come from the solid or liquid… …

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  • 131Nuclear pulse propulsion — An artist s conception of the Project Orion basic spacecraft, powered by nuclear pulse propulsion. Nuclear pulse propulsion (or External Pulsed Plasma Propulsion, as it is termed in one recent NASA document[1]) is a proposed method of spacecraft… …

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  • 132Project Orion (nuclear propulsion) — An artist s conception of the NASA reference design for the Project Orion spacecraft powered by nuclear propulsion. Project Orion was a study of a spacecraft intended to be directly propelled by a series of explosions of atomic bombs behind the… …

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  • 133Nuclear propulsion — includes a wide variety of propulsion methods that fulfil the promise of the Atomic Age by using some form of nuclear reaction as their primary power source. Contents 1 Surface ships and submarines 2 Cars 3 Aircraft …

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  • 134Nuclear marine propulsion — is propulsion of a ship by a nuclear reactor. Naval nuclear propulsion is propulsion that specifically refers to naval warships (see Nuclear navy). Only a very few experimental civil nuclear ships have been built; the elimination of fossil fuel… …

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  • 135Beam-powered propulsion — is a class of spacecraft propulsion mechanisms that use energy beamed to the spacecraft from a remote power plant. Most designs are rocket engines where the energy is provided by the beam, and is used to superheat propellant that then provides… …

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  • 136Alternative propulsion — is a term used frequently for powertrain concepts differing from the internal combustion engine concept used in only petroleum fueled vehicles.DefinitionThe term alternative propulsion or alternate methods of propulsion includes both *… …

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  • 137Marine propulsion — For the operation of ship engines, see Engine department (ship). For the design of ships, see Naval architecture. A view of a ship s engine room Marine propulsion is the mechanism or system used to generate thrust to move a ship or boat across… …

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  • 138Chemical Propulsion Information Analysis Center — at Johns Hopkins University DTIC IAC overview Preceding agencies Chemical Propulsion Information Agency (CPIA), 1962 Liquid Propellant Informati …

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  • 139Electric propulsion — is a form of spacecraft propulsion used in outer space. This type of rocket like reaction engine utilize electric energy to obtain thrust from propellant carried with the vehicle. Unlike rocket engines these kinds of engines do not necessarily… …

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  • 140AC Propulsion — tzero Batteriepack des AC Propulsion tzero …

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