GE starts ADVENT core tests

General Electric has started testing the core of its next-generation ADVENT engine, the company announced earlier today (October 11). The company’s work on ADVENT will feed into the US Air Force’s follow-on Adaptive Engine Technology Development (AETD) effort–which will eventually power later versions of the Lockheed Martin F-35 and potentially a sixth-generation follow-on to the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor. Pratt & Whitney is also working on an AETD engine–based on its PW9000 technology. Rolls-Royce, which was working on ADVENT, didn’t receive an AETD contract.

ADVENT_core in test cell.jpgHere are a couple of GE videos on ADVENT and CMCs.

Read the full article here


Subscribe to our e-mail newsletter to receive updates.

One Response to GE starts ADVENT core tests

  1. Taylor 3 November, 2013 at 11:23 pm #

    But both are dependable when it comes to pricing of the product.
    When you own a hot tub knows that when you get some so
    called hot tub specialists spouting off about the number of jets in a Hot
    Tub with out having even taken into hot tub folliculitis treatment account.
    If you are hot tub folliculitis treatment thinking of buying a hot
    tub referred to as the Shell. Using a hot tub even more with the
    right set of music.

Leave a Reply