Self-propelled often refers to some form of self-propelled travel
Self-propelled travel
Self-propelled travel is a type of recreational adventure travel using human powered transport. This includes non-motorized machines such as a bicycle or skateboard...

. It can refer to
  • Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon
    Self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon
    An anti-aircraft vehicle, also known as a self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon or self-propelled air defense system , is a mobile vehicle with a dedicated anti-aircraft capability...

  • Self-propelled anti-tank gun
  • Self-propelled artillery
    Self-propelled artillery
    Self-propelled artillery vehicles are combat vehicles armed with artillery. Within the term are covered self-propelled guns and rocket artillery...

  • Self-propelled barge T-36
    Self-propelled barge T-36
    A self-propelled barge T-36 is a type of Soviet barge. Its waterline length is 17.3 m, width is 3.6 m, depth is 2 m, draft is 1.2 m. Tonnage is 100 tons, barge has two machines, speed is 9 knots. -49-days long drift in the Pacific:...

  • Self-propelled gun
    Self-propelled gun
    A self-propelled gun is form of self-propelled artillery, and in modern use is usually used to refer to artillery pieces such as howitzers....

  • Self-propelled mortar
  • Self-propelled particles
    Self-propelled particles
    Self-propelled particles , also referred to as self-driven particles or as the Couzin–Vicsek algorithm, is a concept used to model swarm behaviour. The concept was introduced in 1995 by Vicsek and Couzin et al. as a special case of the Boids model introduced in 1986 by Reynolds...

    – a concept used in statistical physics to model swarms.
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