Sinonimi: screw propeller
ETYM Old Eng. scrue, Old Fren. escroue, escroe, female screw, French écrou, Latin scrobis a ditch, trench, in Late Lat., the hole made by swine in rooting; cf. Dutch schroef a screw, German schraube, Icel. skrűfa.
1. A fastener with a tapered threaded shank and a slotted head.
2. A simple machine of the inclined-plane type consisting of a spirally threaded cylindrical rod that engages with a similarly threaded hole.
3. A device with several angled blades that rotates to push against water or air; SYN. screw propeller.
In construction, cylindrical or tapering piece of metal or plastic (or formerly wood) with a helical groove cut into it. Each turn of a screw moves it forward or backward by a distance equal to the pitch (the spacing between neighboring threads).
Its mechanical advantage equals 2 r/P, where P is the pitch and r is the radius of the thread. Thus the mechanical advantage of a tapering wood screw, for example, increases as it is rotated into the wood.
The thread is comparable to an inclined plane (wedge) wrapped around a cylinder or cone.
Ekser, čavao, trouglasti umetak.
A propeller especially of a ship
Vijak (brodski zavrtanj za pokretanje brodova; vazdužni zavrtanj za pokretanje aeroplana i vazdušnih brodova); propeler. (fr.)
Arhimedov zavrtanj; vijak, brodski zavrtanj za pokretanje brodova; vijak, vazdušni zavrtanj za pokretanje aviona i vazdušnih lađa (elisa). (lat.)
1. A worn-out horse
2. (chiefly British) A small packet (as of tobacco)
3. A prison guard
4. A person who bargains shrewdly; also; skinflint
Star, iznuren konj.Mršav, izmrcvaren konj.
1. To fasten something with screws.
2. To twist into place a screw or bolt; SYN. drive in, draw out.
3. To tighten or fasten by means of screwing motions
4. To turn like a screw.
Učvrstiti za nešto.
1. To copulate with