# effective pitch

- The actual distance a propeller moves forward through the air in one revolution. It is the difference between the geometric pitch of a propeller and the propeller slip. Also called a practical pitch.
*The difference between the geometric pitch and the effective pitch is the angle of attack. It can also be termed as “slippage,” meaning lost work.*

*Aviation dictionary.
2014.*

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