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What does PROP stand for?
PROP stands for Proprotor
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 20 other meanings of PROP in our Acronym Attic
- Personnel Research Online Papers
- Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing (various locations)
- Plans to Resources to Outcome Process
- Police Reform Organizing Project (New York)
- Pouvoir Rassemblement des Organisations Populaires (French: Popular Organizations Gathering Power, Haiti)
- Professional Recyclers of Pennsylvania
- Property (theater and movie studios; real estate)
- Proposed Regulation (US IRS)
- Proposition One (grassroots nuclear disarmament organization)
- Peace River Organic Producers Association (Canada)
- Puerto Rican Organization for the Performing Arts
- Prospective Payment Review Assessment Commission
- Productora de Papeles SA (Columbia)
- PROgrammed PAL
- Profesi dan Pengamanan (Indonesian: Profession and Security)
- Propagation Analysis Environment
Samples in periodicals archive:
It takes four to six seconds to activate, and decreases torque to get the proprotor blades spinning faster.
The V-22 is a tiltrotor aircraft with proprotors and engines installed in nacelles at the tips of both wings.
Maintainers found the pitch-lock sockets on two of the left hand proprotors, which hold the proprotors in the correct pitch during blade-fold and wing-stow, had broken off and wedged between the blade grip and elastomeric pitch bearing.