The Excalibur 421 features a remanufactured Cessna (NYSE: TXT) 421 airframe upgraded with Pratt & Whitney (NYSE: UTX) PT6A-135A turboprop engines.
What does TPE stand for?
TPE stands for Turboprop Engine
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We have 106 other meanings of TPE in our Acronym Attic
- Trade Promotion Excellence (Kellogg)
- Trainer-Peculiar Equipment
- Training Project Engineer
- Trans-Pacific Exchange (now VIA; Stanford, CA)
- Transaction Processing Environment (UniKix)
- Transaction Processing Executive
- Travaux Personnels Encadrés (French: Supervised Personal Work; academics)
- Très Petites Entreprise (French: Very Small Business)
- Tribunal pour Enfants (French juvenile court)
- Tris Phosphoric Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid
- Twisted Pair Ethernet
- Two-Phase Extraction (environment)
- Theoretical Production Ecology-Wageningen Agricultural University (The Netherlands)
- TTP Promoter Element 1
- Texas Professors of Educational Administration
- Texas Public Employees Association
- Thompson Products Employees' Association
- Transportation Planning Excellence Award
- Transportation Permit Efficiency and Accountability Committee (Washington)
- Total Pulmonary Extravascular Albumin Space
Samples in periodicals archive:
Jan 8, 2013 General Electric, Pratt & Whitney Manufacturers tweak turboprop engines.
GE Aviation, a leading provider of jet and turboprop engines, components and integrated systems, said it has witnessed a tremendous growth in its Business & General Aviation unit.
The Il-18 is a passenger aircraft equipped with four turboprop engines.
The plane, a major source of work for component manufacturers in the West Midlands, has been developed by a subsidiary of EADS at a cost of 20 billion euros, making it Europe's biggest military project still under development, but has been dogged by problems in producing the West's biggest ever turboprop engines.
In the past five years, for example, such transfers have included: * PW150B turboprop engines for Y-8F600 transport/ KJ-200 Airborne Early Warning aircraft; * PT6B-67A turboprop engines for the Z-8 multirole transport helicopter; * PW-206C engines for A109 civilian and military helicopters; and * PT6C-67E turboshaft engines for the EC175/Z15 medium helicopter.