The propellers of a C-130J Super Hercules military transport aircraft
A Pratt & Whitney F100 jet engine being tested. This engine produces a jet of gas to generate thrust. Its purpose is to propel a jet airplane. This particular model turbofan engine powers McDonnell Douglas F-15 and General Dynamics F-16 fighters both.
A decorated Japanese taketombo bamboo-copter
Leonardo's aerial screw
Prototype created by Mikhail Lomonosov, 1754
A 6-bladed Hamilton Standard 568F propeller on an ATR 72 short-haul airliner
A sailor checks the propeller of a Landing Craft Air Cushion hovercraft
Cut-away view of a Hamilton Standard propeller. This type of constant-speed propeller was used on many American fighters, bombers and transport aircraft of World War II
Feathered propeller on the outboard TP400 turboprop of an Airbus A400M
Counter-rotating propellers

This can be done by different means such as the spinning blades of a propeller, the propelling jet of a jet engine, or by ejecting hot gases from a rocket engine.

- Thrust

Parameters measured included propeller efficiency, thrust developed, and power absorbed.

- Propeller (aeronautics)
The propellers of a C-130J Super Hercules military transport aircraft

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