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A propulsion engine is a type of engine used to provide thrust or push to move an object forwards. The term is most often used in the context of product development, where it refers to the engine or motors used to power a vehicle or device. Common examples of propulsion engines include gasoline and diesel engines, electric motors, jet engines, and rockets. Each type of engine has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the appropriate choice for a particular application depends on a number of factors. In general, however, propulsion engines are designed to create high levels of force in order to move an object through a fluid medium such as air or water.

A propulsion engine is a type of engine used to provide thrust or push to move an object forwards.

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