Some examples of reaction engines in airplanes are turbofans and turbojets.
'Propel' means 'drive forward', so 'propel forward' means 'drive forward forward'. Better to avoid it!
One good example: Balloon with a hole in it.
Conflict will move the story forward.
The engines propel the airplanes.
airplanes and aircraft
To start flying, they use their legs to propel themselves forward just like we do while diving into water.
They either have a piston engine with a propeller or a jet that thrusts them forward.
synonyms for propel is push, force, impel, launch, move, shoot, send, press,and start the meaning of propel is cause to move, forward or onward.
Same as a fish, to propel it forward.
If you are swimming, yes. They help propel you forward.
Tails are used to propel the dolphin forward
Thrust is the FORCE that is trying to propel an object into Motion. Generally it is related to Jet or Rocket engines, but can be a measure of a propeller as well. Drag is the Force generated on the object by the Fluid that it is moving through, such as Water or Air. It is usually in direct relation to the shape of the object.
From dictionary.com (linked below) ------------------------------------------ propel -verb (used with object), -pelled, -pel⋅ling. 1. to drive, or cause to move, forward or onward: to propel a boat by rowing. 2. to impel or urge onward: Urgent need of money propelled him to take a job.
NO. The tail of the sperm can only propel it forward.
it creates thrust
heating, to produce electrical or thermal energy, to propel any type of engines.
high priestess of mecca to propel or drive forward lead goat
Isaac Newton's second law of motion states that force=mass x accelaration So the bigger the mass of the object the more force is needed to propel the object forward. This equation can also be shown as, f=ma
A projectile is any moving object which does not propel itself. For example a rocket burns fuel to propel itself through the sky whilst a shell fired from a cannon has no way to propel itself.