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A ducted propeller which can be swivelled to give forward, upward, or downward flight to an airship.
- Submarine engineers eager to copy these features are now experimenting with new kinds of flexible propellers, called propulsors, which resemble the dolphin's tail.
- They will be the first of Britain's major Naval vessels to be without traditional rudders, being steered instead by electric-powered propulsors.
- Second, the model can be used for many fast swimmers, although lifting-wing models were developed for the fastest swimming fish with high aspect ratio oscillatory propulsors.
Words that rhyme with propulsorTulsa, ulcer
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