Propeller engine

Propeller engine
Propeller engine: engine of propulsion or traction equipped with blades.
Carburetor: apparatus where fuel is mixed with to feed an internal combustion engine.
Crank: arm perpendicular to an axle used to create circular motion.
Piston: cylindrical part that moves up and down in a tube and transmit power produced by the fuel.
Cylinder: type of roller that applies uniform pressure.
Valve: regulation device.
Exhaust: device composed of parts that allow the expulsion of spent gases.
Propeller blade: blade, arm of the propeller.
Spark plug: ignition device of an internal combustion engine.

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EN : Aviation
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ES : Aviación


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