AETP

AcronymDefinition
AETPAccelerated Economist Training Program
AETPAquatic Ecotoxicity Potential
AETPAllied Electronics Publication
AETPActive Effluent Treatment Plant
AETPAcquisition Education and Training Program
AETPAny Excuse to Party
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Advanced manufacturing and heat-resistant material technologies are employed by the AETP engine that were initially developed for GE's commercial jet engines, such as ceramic matrix composites (CMC) and additively manufactured components pioneered on LEAP and GE9X engines.
Finch added, "Throughout AETP, we look forward to working with both engine manufacturers as they continue maturing fuel-efficient adaptive cycle engine technologies.
AETP technology has undergone initial development under the auspices of the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) through the Adaptive Versatile Engine Technology (ADVENT) program that began in 2007 and the Adaptive Engine Technology Development (AETD) program that began in 2012.
With the AETP and follow-on development programs, GE's engine could be ready to power the US military's most advanced combat jets.
GE's AETP engine differs from fixed cycle engines in its ability to alter from a high-bypass, fuel-efficient engine similar to those deployed on tanker/transport aircraft to a low-bypass, high-performance engine needed for fighter jets.