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  • 161Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre — The Liquid Propulsion Systems Centre (LPSC), located at Valiyamala, near Nedumangad in Thiruvananthapuram District, Kerala, India, is the research centre and rocket engine test facility under Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). Engaged in… …

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  • 162AC Propulsion eBox — Der AC Propulsion eBox ist ein Elektroauto der US Firma AC Propulsion beruhend auf dem Einbau eines Elektromotors und eines Lithium Ionen Akkumulator Packs in einen Scion xB 5 Spd MT. Der Kunde muß ein Auto dieses Typs rechtmäßig besitzen und… …

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  • 163AC Propulsion tzero — Batteriepack des AC Propulsion tzero …

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  • 164Jet Propulsion Lab — Jet Propulsion Laboratory Le Jet Propulsion Laboratory à Pasadena, États Unis Le Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), basé à Pasadena aux États Unis, est une coentreprise entre la NASA et le Caltech qui est chargé de la construction et de la… …

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  • 165Jet propulsion laboratory — Le Jet Propulsion Laboratory à Pasadena, États Unis Le Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), basé à Pasadena aux États Unis, est une coentreprise entre la NASA et le Caltech qui est chargé de la construction et de la supervision des vols non habités… …

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  • 166Diver propulsion vehicle — Diver using a DPV for underwater propulsion …

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  • 167BERG Propulsion — Rechtsform AB Gründung 1929 Sitz Hönö bei Göteborg, Schweden Leitung Martin Johansson, Håkan Svensson …

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  • 168rocket propulsion — noun reaction propulsion using stored oxygen for combustion; used where there is insufficient atmospheric oxygen • Hypernyms: ↑reaction propulsion * * * noun : propulsion by means of a rocket engine * * * propulsion of an object by thrust… …

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  • 169rocket propulsion — Reaction propulsion wherein both the fuel and the oxidizer, generating the hot gases expended through a nozzle, are carried as part of the rocket engine. Specifically, rocket propulsion differs from jet propulsion in that jet propulsion utilizes… …

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  • 170Antimatter catalyzed nuclear pulse propulsion — is a variation of nuclear pulse propulsion based upon the injection of antimatter into a mass of nuclear fuel which normally would not be useful in propulsion. The anti protons used to start the reaction are consumed, so it is a misnomer to refer …

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  • 171AC Propulsion — is a San Dimas, California, USA company founded in 1992 by Alan Cocconi. Tom Gage is currently the company s CEO. They produce goods such as electric vehicle drive systems and their top of the line electric sports car, the AC Propulsion tzero.… …

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  • 172AC Propulsion tzero — The tzero is a hand made electric sports car that was produced in limited numbers by the U.S. company AC Propulsion. The tzero is based on the Piontek Sportech kit car, which consists of a fiberglass body built over a reinforced steel space frame …

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  • 173Plasmadynamics and Electric Propulsion Laboratory — (PEPL) is a University of Michigan laboratory facility for electric propulsion and plasma application research. The primary goals of PEPL is to increase efficiency of electric propulsion systems, understand integration issues of plasma thrusters… …

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  • 174Vehicule a propulsion humaine — Véhicule à propulsion humaine Un Véhicule à propulsion humaine ou VPH, désigne un véhicule, tel une bicyclette ou un vélo couché, utilisé pour les déplacements terrestres. C est surtout dans le milieu du vélo couché que le terme VPH est employé,… …

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  • 175jet propulsion — Reaction propulsion in which the propulsion unit obtains oxygen from the air, as distinguished from rocket propulsion, in which the unit carries its own oxygen producing material. In connection with aircraft propulsion, the term refers to a… …

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  • 176Naval Nuclear Propulsion Information — (NNPI) is a category of intellectual capital defined by the United States Navy to be that information and/or hardware concerning the design, arrangement, development, manufacturing, testing, operation, administration, training, maintenance, and… …

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  • 177Plasma propulsion engine — A plasma propulsion engine is a kind of Ion thruster which uses plasma in some or all parts of the thrust generation process. Though far less powerful than conventional rocket engines, plasma engines are able to operate at higher efficiencies and …

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  • 178Internal drive propulsion — is a form of marine propulsion commonly used in recreational boating. Like other forms of motorized boating, internal drive propulsion employs a motor that turns a propeller to move the boat forward. The primary difference between internal drive… …

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  • 179Field propulsion — is the concept of spacecraft propulsion where no propellant is necessary but instead momentum of the spacecraft is changed by an interaction of the spacecraft with external force fields. The concepts for such means of propulsion range from… …

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  • 180Jet Propulsion Laboratory — 34.199444444444 118.17444444444 Koordinaten: 34° 11′ 58″ N, 118° 10′ 28″ W …

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