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TAEThe Academy of Experts (London, UK)
TAETraining and Education (various organizations)
TAEThe American Enterprise (American Enterprise Institute publication)
TAEThe Art Experience (Pontiac, MI)
TAETasa Anual Equivalente (Spanish: Equivalent Annual Interest Rate)
TAETrial and Error
TAETechnical and Adult Education
TAETaligent Application Environment
TAETrans-Asia-Europe
TAEThielert Aircraft Engines (Germany)
TAETeacher's Annotated Edition (textbooks)
TAEThomas Alva Edison
TAETelekommunikations Anschluss Einheit (German: telecommunication connection unit)
TAETaegu, South Korea (Airport Code)
TAEThe Automatic Earth (blog)
TAEThinking At the Edge (Gendlin philosophy)
TAETime Alignment Error
TAEThe Attic Ends (band)
TAETris-Acetate EDTA buffer
TAETechnical Assistance Exchange
TAEText Ad Exchange (Internet marketing)
TAETrans-Arterial Embolization
TAEThe Apathy Eulogy (band)
TAETactical Espionage Action (gaming)
TAETransportable Applications Executive
TAETechnical Area Expert (US Marine Corps)
TAEThe Avalanche Effect (band)
TAETotal Absolute Error
TAEThe Animal Enclosure (web forum)
TAETotal Asymptotic Efficiency
TAETransportation Acquisition Executive
TAEMilitary Sealift Command Ammunition Ship
TAETrucs et Astuces Express (French: Express Tips and Tricks; blog)
TAETax Assistant Examination (India)
TAETrainee Account Executive (various organizations)
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Years ago, the then Thielert Aircraft Engines developed the Centurion 4.0 from a Mercedes car engine.
The airship will feature four 2,350hp (1,753kW) turboshaft gas turbine engines supplied by Germany's Thielert Aircraft Engines. Two engines will be mounted forward on the hull, and two on the stem of the hull for cruise operation.
Continental Motors announced in July that it had acquired the assets of Thielert Aircraft Engines, which had been operating in bankruptcy for several years.
The administrator for insolvent German aircraft engine manufacturer Thielert Aircraft Engines has established a separate company dedicated to the global sales and marketing of the Centurion diesel engine and spare parts.
The current leading supplier of diesels for light aircraft use is Thielert Aircraft Engines GmbH, Lichtenstein, Germany, represented in the U.S.
In 1999, a year before the first certification, Thielert founded Thielert Aircraft Engines (TAE) in the Saxonian region of Lichtenstein expressly for the new aviation business sector.
Although its business practices might have been questionable, the original Thielert Aircraft Engines did two things well: It invested capital in high-quality factory equipment and it thought out how to build kits to make field conversions practical.
Lycoming and Teledyne Continental Motors are reportedly both developing diesels, a category pioneered by Thielert Aircraft Engines, primarily with the 100-kW Centurion 2.0.
Thielert Aircraft Engines, a diesel propulsion manufacturer, said a buyer may be about to come forth.
Thielert Aircraft Engines fell from grace because their too-good-to-be-true financials were, in fact, not true.