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  1. LIMITATIONS 10.4   Takeoff, Landing and Enroute Operational Limits (AFM)

    Minimum Takeoff and Landing Pressure Altitude: -______ft

    Maximum Takeoff and Landing Pressure Altitude: _____ft
    Minimum Altitude -1000 ft

    Maximum Altitude 8500 ft
  2. LIMITATIONS 10.4   Takeoff and Landing Temperature Limits:
    Minimum: _____0C

    Maximum: _____0C
    Minimum .......... - 54°C (- 65°F)

    Maximum ........ + 50°C (+122°F)
  3. LIMITATIONS 10.6   Maximum Operating Speed (AFM)

    VMO ____kts

    MMO ____Mach
    VMO..........    340 kts

    MMO .........   .84M
  4. LIMITATIONS 10.6   Landing Gear Operating (VLO / MLO) (AFM)

    Extension........____kts / ____ Mach

    Retraction ......____ kts / ____Mach
    Extension......   300 kts / .70M

    Retraction ....   250 kts / .70M
  5. LIMITATIONS 10.6   Landing Gear Extended (VLE / MLE) (AFM)

    Extended: ____kts / ____ Mach
    Extended.......    300 kts / .70M

  6. RPM (AFM)            N1               N2


    MAX Thrust        _____%      _____%                                  

                           (ORANGE RADIAL LINE)
    • MAX Thrust       98.8 %     100.9 %
    •                        (ORANGE RADIAL LINE)
  7. LIMITATIONS 10.3        MEMORY ITEM
    Instrument Limit Markings (AFM)

    Maximum and Minimum Limits .......
    Red Radial Line
  8. LIMITATIONS 10.3   MEMORY ITEM
    Instrument Limit Markings (AFM)

    Maximum Limits for
    Normal Takeoff (N1, N2, and EGT) .....................
    Orange Radial Line
  9. LIMITATIONS 10.3     MEMORY ITEM
    Instrument Limit Markings (AFM)

    Precautionary Ranges
    Amber Arc
  10. LIMITATIONS 10.3        MEMORY ITEM
    Instrument Limit Markings (AFM)

    Normal Operating Ranges.....
    Green Arc
  11. LIMITATIONS 10.3     MEMORY ITEM
    Instrument Limit Markings (AFM) (TWA)

    Maximum Limits
    (N1, N2, and EGT Only).......
    Red Radial / Arc and Flashing Digits
  12. LIMITATIONS 10.3   MEMORY ITEM
    Instrument Limit Markings (AFM) (TWA)

    Maximum Limit Range Normal Takeoff
    (N1, N2, and EGT Only)..........
    Orange Radial / Arc
  13. LIMITATIONS 10.3   MEMORY ITEM
    Instrument Limit Markings (AFM) (TWA)

    Precautionary Ranges
    (EGT Only)......................
    Amber Arc
  14. LIMITATIONS 10.3   MEMORY ITEM
    Instrument Limit Markings (AFM) (TWA)

    Normal Operating Ranges .................
     Green Arc
  15. LIMITATIONS 10.3   MEMORY ITEM
    Systems Display Panel (SDP)


    Maximum Limits (Oil Temp Only) ........
     Red Annunciator Light
  16. LIMITATIONS 10.3   MEMORY ITEM
    Systems Display Panel (SDP)

    Maximum Limits (Oil Press Only) ...
     Flashing Digits
  17. LIMITATIONS 10.3     MEMORY ITEM
    Systems Display Panel (SDP)

    Minimum Limits (Oil Press Only) ............
    Red Annunciator Light
  18. LIMITATIONS 10.3    MEMORY ITEM
    Systems Display Panel (SDP)

    Precautionary Ranges
    (Oil Temp, Oil Press, Hyd Quantity Only) ......
    Amber Annunciator Light
  19. LIMITATIONS 10.3
    Wing landing light motors should be allowed to cool for _____ minutes after initial extension or retraction and _____minutes after each subsequentextension or retraction.
    Lamps should not be operated in still, ambient air for periods of over _____ minutes due to excessive heat build-up.
    • 1.5 Minutes
    • 3.5 Minutes
    • 10  Minutes
  20. LIMITATIONS 10.4
    Flight Maneuvering Load Acceleration Limits (AFM)

    Flaps Up ..............   +___g  to  -___g
    Flaps Down.............+ ___g  to  ___g
    • +2.5g to  -1.0g
    •  +2.0g to   0.0g
  21. LIMITATIONS 10.4   Airport Operations Limits
    Runway Slope

    Takeoff.........   +___% to -___%
    Landing........   +___% to -___%
    +1.7% to -2.0%

    +2.0% to -2.0%
  22. LIMITATIONS 10.4   MEMORY ITEM
    Maximum Wind Limits – Takeoff and Landing

    Tailwind (AFM) .............
    Crosswind (max demonstrated) .........
    • Tailwind (AFM) ...  10 kts
    • (May be further limited by performance requirements.)
    • Crosswind (max demonstrated) ...  30 kts
    • (The max demonstrated crosswind component is not an AFM limitation.)
  23. LIMITATIONS 10.6  Flap Placard Speeds

      0° – 13°    ___ kts     ____Mach
    14° – 20°    ___ kts     ____Mach
    21° – 25°    ___ kts     ____Mach

    26° – 27°    ___ kts     ____Mach
    (MD-83)      ___ kts     ____Mach

    28° – 40°    ___ kts     ____Mach
    (MD-83)      ___ kts     ____Mach
    • 280 kts
    • 240 kts
    • 220 kts
    • 200 kts  (205kts MD83)
    • 195 kts (200 kts MD83)

    MFE (all configurations)...  .57 M
  24. LIMITATIONS 10.7     Slats Extended

    Slat Position        Limiting Speed
    Mid Pos              ___ kts / ___M
    Full Ext              ___kts /  ___M
    • 280 kts / .57M
    • 240 kts / .57M
  25. LIMITATIONS 10.7     MEMORY ITEM

    The recommended turbulence penetration airspeed: 

    1.) Above 10000':
    2.) At 10,000 feet and below:

    3.) Do not fly less than _____________ for existing configuration.
    275 to 285 kts or .75 to .79 Mach (whichever is lower).

    • 250 knots or min. maneuvering speed
    • (whichever is greater).

    minimum maneuvering speed
  26. LIMITATIONS 10.9      Maximum Weights (AFM)

    Maximum Ramp Weights

    MD-83 ______    
    MD-82 ______     
    • 161,000 lbs
    • 150,500 lbs
  27. LIMITATIONS 10.9    Maximum Takeoff Weights

    MD-83 ______    
    MD-82 ______     
    • 160,000 lbs
    • 149,500 lbs
  28. LIMITATIONS 10.9    MEMORY ITEM
    Maximum Landing Weight

    130,000 LBS
  29. LIMITATIONS 10.9   MEMORY ITEM
    Maximum Zero Fuel Weight
    122,000 lbs
  30. LIMITATIONS 10.10     AIR

    If automatic air conditioning shut off system is inoperative,   ______ must be off for takeoff.
    Both air conditioning packs must be off
  31. LIMITATIONS 10.10  Cabin Pressurization (AFM)

    Maximum Cabin Differential Pressure:
    AA aircraft        ___ psi
    TWA aircraft     ___ psi
    • 8.07 psi
    • 7.77 psi
  32. LIMITATIONS 10.10  Cabin Pressurization (AFM)

    When using manual pressurization control, takeoff and land with cabin (unpressurized / pressurized)  (choose one)
    Unpressurized.
  33. LIMITATIONS 10.10   MEMORY ITEM
    Unpressurized Flight

     Maximum altitude for unpressurized flight, following an in flight depressurization, is ____ft. This altitude may be exceeded when terrain clearance requirements dictate.


    14,000'
  34. LIMITATIONS 10.10

    Maximum altitude when airplane is dispatched for unpressurized flight is _______feet.
    10,000'
  35. LIMITATIONS 10.11   MEMORY ITEM

    APU Air Switch must be ____ for all in flight operations.
    OFF
  36. LIMITATIONS 10.11   APU

    APU operational envelope is the same as the airplane.
    (TWA)  Max altitude for APU operation is ____
    FL350
  37. LIMITATIONS 10.11

    APU Starter Motor Duty Cycle:
    • First attempt,      5 minutes off
    • Second attempt,  5 minutes off 
    • Third attempt,     1 hour off
  38. LIMITATIONS 10.11   APU

    EGT (AFM)
    Starting                  ____%
    Max Continuous      ____%
    Transient                ____%
    • 100%
    • 100%
    • 106%
  39. LIMITATIONS 10.11   APU: TWA Airplanes

    Starting        ____°C for 30 seconds Max
    Continuous   ____°C
    Transient      ____°C
    • 760°C for 30 seconds Max
    • 630°C
    • 663°C
  40. LIMITATIONS 10.11
    APU:  Maximum Rotor Speed (AFM)

    Maximum RPM    ___%
    TWA Airplanes    ___%
    • 108%
    • 110%
  41. LIMITATIONS 10.12   MEMORY ITEM
    Autothrottle (AFM) AD 1997-04-10

    Autothrottle must be disconnected if engine stall (surge) is detected during takeoff.
    ( T or F? )
    TRUE
  42. LIMITATIONS 10.12   Autopilot (AFM)
    Do not conduct a coupled (ILS or AUTOLAND) approach if AP TRIM Light is illuminated in excess of _____ seconds after airplane is stabilized and tracking glide slope.
    THREE seconds
  43. LIMITATIONS 10.12   MEMORY ITEM
    Minimum Altitude for Use of Autopilot
    Enroute
    Including climb and descent (excluding approaches):
    500' afl
  44. LIMITATIONS 10.12   MEMORY ITEM
    Min. Altitude for Use of Autopilot Approaches
    Automatic Landings:

    ILS Coupled Approaches (other than AUTOLAND)
                     • IFR......
                     • VFR .....
                     NON ILS / RNAV.....
    • Automatic Landings.....NONE
    • IFR.........70ft AFL
    • VFR .......50 ft AFL
    • NON ILS / RNAV....... 50 ft below MDA
  45. LIMITATIONS 10.12   MEMORY ITEM
    Do not conduct an automatic landing if: (SIX ITEMS)
    • Align (ALN) mode is not displayed on FMA by 100' RA
    • Either engine becomes inoperative at an altitude greater than 50' above runway.
    • Automatic Ground Spoilers are not armed and operational.
    • Any unusual control position or other abnormal conditions exists in the manual flight control system.
    • RUDDER CONTROL MANUAL Light is illuminated.
    • Landing overweight.
  46. LIMITATIONS 10.13  
    Automatic landings can be made IF:
    Aircraft requirements (4)
    1. LMP STATUS Placard Holder: _____ OR
    2. MEL 22-90 pocket (right side): ____ and a _______ is required
    3.  _______ Test must be accomplished. (AFM)
    4. ________requirements satisfied.
    • Empty
    • Placarded;  Flight confidence Check (FCC)
    • All aircraft operational requirements...
  47. LIMITATIONS 10.13
    Automatic landings, localizer/ILS considerations:

    Do not autoland on a runway if the localizer:
    • Unusable inside the runway threshold
    • localizer is unusable for rollout guidance
  48. LIMITATIONS 10.13
    Automatic Landings, Wind limitations:
    Maximum Headwind     ____
    Maximum Tailwind       ____
    Maximum Crosswind ______
    • 25 kts
    • 10 kts
    • 15 kts
    • (may be further reduced by FM Part I, crosswind limitations).
  49. LIMITATIONS 10.13
    Reduced Vertical Separation Minimums (RVSM):

    Manual switching to the alternate static system is _________ for RVSM operation.
    PROHIBITED
  50. LIMITATIONS 10.14   COMMUNICATIONS

    Boom mics, if operative, must be used below __________feet on airplanes having a placard stating this requirement installed on the Captain's and First
    Officer's instrument panel.
    (Refer to MEL if Boom Microphones inoperative.)
    18000'  (FL180)
  51. LIMITATIONS 10.15 
    Engine Generators, loading

    Normal Range:    _____ continuous 
    Maximum:   ___ for __ minutes
    Peak:          ___ for __ seconds
    • less than 1.0
    • 1.0-1.5   for 5 minutes
    • over 1.5  for 5 seconds
  52. LIMITATIONS 10.15
    Electrical loads, APU Generator (AFM)

    Maximum on the ground:  ___

    Max. below FL250:      ____
    Max. FL 250 – FL300:  ____
    Max. above FL300:      ____
    • 1.25 
    •   1.0
    •   0.7
    • .625
  53. LIMITATIONS 10.15
    Generator Volts and Frequency:
    115V ±8V

    400 Hz ±20 Hz
  54. Battery Limits   LIMITATIONS 10.15

    Fully charged batteries will supply Emergency Power for approximately _____minutes.
    30 minutes
  55. Battery Limits    LIMITATIONS 10.15

    Normal Voltage ____Volts
    Minimum Voltage, Emer Pwr Selector ON:  ___Volts

    Amps Charging:
    Amps, Emergency Pwr Selector ON:
    • 25-33 V
    • 25V
    • 0-40 Left
    • 10-50 Right
  56. LIMITATIONS 10.15   DC Bus Limits

    Voltage:
    Load:

    (Bonus points) Normally the maximum difference between the two indications should
    not exceed _____ and both loadmeters should indicate some load.
    • 22-30V
    • 1.0

    0.3
  57. LIMITATIONS 10.16   ENGINE RPM (AFM) 

    Reserve Thrust:    
    N1  _____%     N2  _____%    

    (RED RADIAL LINE)
    101.6%     102.5%
  58. LIMITATIONS 10.16
    RPM (AFM)     "Maximum" Thrust
    N_______% N______% 
        (ORANGE RADIAL LINE)
    98.8%          100.9%
  59. LIMITATIONS 10.16     MEMORY ITEM
    Starting EGT (AFM)

    On the Ground:
    In Flight:
    500°C

    625°C

    Remember, these temps are considered "Momentary" in duration...
  60. LIMITATIONS 10.16     MEMORY ITEM
    Takeoff (AFM)
    Reserve Thrust: 
     
      _____°C   for ____minutes 
      _____°C   for ____minutes

    (RED RADIAL LINE)
    • 630°;   2
    • 625°;   5
  61. LIMITATIONS 10.16     MEMORY ITEM
    Takeoff (AFM)

    "Max"  Thrust: ____oC  for ___minutes
                             ____oC  for ___minutes

    (ORANGE RADIAL LINE)
    • 590°      5 minutes
    • 595°      2 minutes
  62. LIMITATIONS 10.16     MEMORY ITEM
    MAX Continuous Thrust:

    Max Cruise Thrust:
    • 580°C          Continuous
    • (Below AMBER Arc)

    540°C          Continuous
  63. LIMITATIONS 10.16     
    NOTES:

    1. If EGT limit of ______ is exceeded for any period of time, immediately shut down the engine. Record peak EGT and duration of overtemp in the E6. Maintenance action is required.
    500°C
  64. LIMITATIONS 10.16     
    NOTES:

    Use of takeoff thrust (Max and / or Reserve) must not exceed _______.


    If any EGT limit (takeoff / in flight) is exceeded, refer to QRH –ENGINES - EGT Inoperative or Reads High.
    5 minutes
  65. LIMITATIONS 10.17
    Automatic Reserve Thrust (ART) System (AFM)


    ART system must be ______when using T.O. FLX mode (Standard Thrust)
    off
  66. LIMITATIONS 10.17 
    Oil Pressure (AFM
    )
    Normal oil pressure is in _______arc
    ( TWA – _______ psi).

    Oil pressure in the_____arc ( TWA – ______psi) is undesirable and should be tolerated only for completion of flight...
    • green arc
    • 40-55 psi

    • amber arc
    • 35-40 psi

  67. LIMITATIONS 10.17

    If oil pressure is below the ______line ( TWA – less than 35 psi), refer to __________
    red radial line

    QRH –ENGINES.

  68. LIMITATIONS 10.17
    During cold weather starting, oil pressure outside green arc ( TWA – 40-55 psi) may occur until oil viscosities are reduced by increasing oil temperature. Limit engine operation to ________thrust when oil pressure is above green arc during cold weather starts.
    idle
  69. LIMITATIONS 10.17
    Oil Temperature (AFM)


    Max Continuous: Less than______Arc
                       ( TWA- less than _____°)
    Amber Arc

    less than 135°
  70. LIMITATIONS 10.17
    Oil Temperature (AFM)

    Maximum for 15 minutes  ______ Arc
                            ( TWA – ___°-___°C)
    • Amber Arc
    • 135° - 165°
  71. LIMITATIONS 10.17    MEMORY ITEM

    Minimum Oil Quantity per Engine for Dispatch
    four hours or greater – ____ qts
    less than four hours – ____ qts plus ___qts per hour.
    12

    4;  2 per hour
  72. LIMITATIONS 10.17     Oil Consumption
    If oil consumption of any engine is more than _______ , make E6 entry.
    one quart per hour.
  73. LIMITATIONS 10.18        MEMORY ITEM

    Do not operate thrust reversers in flight.
    (T or F)
    TRUE
  74. LIMITATIONS 10.18   MEMORY ITEM
    When using reverse thrust for power back:

     Do not exceed _____EPR.
    1.3
  75. LIMITATIONS 10.18    REVERSE THRUST

    When using reverse thrust for power back:
    (5 items)
    • Do not exceed 1.3 EPR. (MEMORY ITEM)
    •  Ramp slope limit range +1% to -2%.
    •  Thrust reversers on both engines must be operative.
    •  Application of brakes while backing is prohibited.
    •  Powerback not authorized when loose dry snow, slush, or melting ice is on ramp surface or during periods of heavy rain.
  76. LIMITATIONS 10.18     MEMORY ITEM

    Engine Starter Duty Cycle:

    • 90 seconds on, five minutes off. 
    • May consist of 90 second motoring cycle or three normal 30 second startcycles in succession.

    Subsequent Attempts:  30 seconds on, five minutes off
  77. LIMITATIONS 10.18   
    Engine Ignition Duty Cycle

    CONTIN: 
       OVRD:
    CONTINUOUS

    • OVRD:  Two minutes on, three minutes off;
    • two minutes on, 23 minutes off
  78. LIMITATIONS 10.18

    If CONTIN ignition system is inoperative and ignition is required in flight, OVRD system may be operated to extended duty cycle of:
    20 min. on, 10 min. off.

    (An E6 entry is required when this extended duty cycle is used.)
  79. LIMITATIONS 10.18
    TWA Airplanes (most airplanes)

    Operation of A/B Ignition in A, B, BOTH, or OVRD is limited to:
    10 minutes ON, 10 minutes OFF.

    Alternate between A and B positions for continuous ignition.
  80. LIMITATIONS 10.18
    Engine Synchronization (AFM)

    Eng Sync Selector must be OFF below ____' AGL.
    1500
  81. LIMITATIONS 10.19    FLAPS

    Do not use flap settings between _____ and ____.
    13°   15°
  82. LIMITATIONS 10.19      MEMORY ITEM
    GROUND SPOILERS

    Do not arm spoiler lever prior to:
    gear extension.
  83. LIMITATIONS 10.19
    Mach Trim Compensator (AFM)


    If system becomes inoperative or malfunctions during flight, remove any trim that system may be supplying by positioning Mach Trim Comp Switch
    to OVRD.
    Observe speed limitation _____ Mach
    .78M.
  84. LIMITATIONS 10.19    Rudder Power (AFM)

    Rudder power MUST be ____for takeoff.
    ON
  85. LIMITATIONS 10.19
    If RUDDER CONTROL MANUAL Light is illuminated, observe the following limitations:
    approach speed or 135 knots, whichever is higher,until landing is assured.
  86. LIMITATIONS 10.19
    With AUTO SLAT FAIL Light illuminated, limit speed to ________

    unless Flap / Slat Handle position is UP / RET.
    240 knots
  87. With AUTO SLAT FAIL Light illuminated with slats retracted, reduce airspeed to _____before
    extending slats.
    240 knots
  88. LIMITATIONS 10.20   MEMORY ITEM

    Use Speed brakes only in ____or ____ configuration. (AFM)
    UP / RET;  0 / EXT
  89. LIMITATIONS 10.20    MEMORY ITEM

     Do not extend or retract gear while speed brakes are deployed. (T or F?)

    TRUE
  90. LIMITATIONS 10.20     MEMORY ITEM

    Moving Spd Brk / Spoiler Lever beyond EXT position in flight is _______.

    Full aft position is for ground use only.

    prohibited
  91. LIMITATIONS 10.21
    Electronic Flight Instrument System (AFM)

    When PF is using COMPACT mode during IMC:
    (three items)
    • It must be displayed on the PFD
    • The FD (flight director)  must be used
    • Landing minimums must not be less than 300 foot ceiling and 3/4 mile visibility.
  92. LIMITATIONS 10.22          GFMS (AFM or Ops Specs)

    If UNABLE RNP is displayed, the flight crew must report the degraded navigation performance to ______.
    Air Traffic Control (ATC).
  93. LIMITATIONS 10.22          GFMS (AFM or Ops Specs)

    Whenever UNABLE RNP is displayed, enroute and terminal IFR operation can be continued providing the system position is verified   every _____ minutes, using other approved navigation equipment.
    every 15  minutes
  94. LIMITATIONS 10.22          GFMS (AFM or Ops Specs)

    The pilot must verify the currency of the navigation database prior to use. ( T or F )
    TRUE
  95. LIMITATIONS 10.22          GFMS (AFM or Ops Specs)

    The FMS shall not be used in the following Regions:
    • The area south of ___° south latitude,
    • The area north of ___° north latitude.
    • south of 60° south latitude
    • north of 80° north latitude.
  96. LIMITATIONS 10.22          GFMS (AFM or Ops Specs)

    VNAV must not be engaged to the Flight Director and / or Autopilot in climb until the aircraft is above ____ feet AGL.

    NAV must not be engaged to the Flight Director and / or Autopilot in climb until the aircraft is above ____feet AGL.
    • 1000 feet AGL
    •   400 feet AGL
  97. LIMITATIONS 10.24
    Fuel Management and Loading (AFM)

    For all takeoffs and landings, all auxiliary tank fuel pumps must be ______
    off.
  98. LIMITATIONS 10.24 
    Fuel Management and Loading (AFM)

    No more than ________pounds of center tank fuel may be used prior to transferring all auxiliary tank fuel to the center tank.
    8500
  99. LIMITATIONS 10.24
    Fuel Management and Loading (AFM)

    Fuel pumps in newly emptied fuel tanks must be ________without delay.
    Fuel pumps in empty tanks must be_____ at all times.
    shut off;     off

    (This was added 2/25/14)
  100. LIMITATIONS 10.24   Fuel Management and Loading (AFM)
    Maximum Fuel Imbalance:

    Main Wing Tanks________lbs
    Aux Tanks           ________lbs
    1500 lbs;       400 lbs
  101. LIMITATIONS 10.24          Ballast Fuel

    Ballast fuel is non-usable fuel added to adjust the airplane’s center of gravity. Fuel may be loaded into the center tank and declared ballast provided:  (five items )
    • Actual ZFW plus ballast fuel does not exceed maximum ZFW
    • A placard stating the amount of ballast fuel is installed adjacent to the center tank boost pump switches
    • Fuel Quantity Indicator for the center tank is operative
    • BALLAST fuel is not contained in CENTER TANK ONLY.
    • NO usable fuel (or BALLAST fuel, for that matter)  may be loaded in the AUX TANKS
  102. LIMITATIONS 10.24   Ballast Fuel

    Ballast fuel (may / may not ) be loaded into the auxiliary tanks.  (Choose one )
    MAY NOT
  103. LIMITATIONS 10.24   Ballast Fuel

    Fuel designated as ballast (may / may not ) be used in flight. (choose one)
    MAY NOT
  104. LIMITATIONS 10.25   Fuel Specifications

    Standard Fuels:  (there are four)
    • Jet A
    • Jet A-1
    • JP-5
    • and JP-8.
  105. Fuel Pump Circuit Breaker Reset AD 2008-11-15

    Inflight – resetting of any tripped fuel pump circuit breakers is _________.
    On the ground – tripped fuel pump circuit breakers must not be reset until
    ______________
    prohibited.

    it has been determined by maintenance it is safe to do so.
  106. Auxiliary Hydraulic Pump Circuit Breaker Reset

    Inflight – resetting of any tripped auxiliary hydraulic pump circuit breakers
    is _________.
    On the ground – tripped auxiliary hydraulic pump circuit breakers must not be reset until _______________.
    prohibited.

    it has been determined by maintenance it is safe to do so.
  107. Hydraulic Pressure

    engine hydraulic pumps HIGH:
    engine hydraulic pumps LOW:
    • 2800 to 3100 psi.  (Readings as high as 3200 psi are acceptable)
    • 1300 to 1600 psi.    ( Readings as high as 1700 psi are acceptable.)
  108. Overwing Heater System

    Takeoff with frost on the fuel tank underwing surfaces is permitted, provided it does not
    exceed _________.
    1/8"
  109. MEMORY ITEM
    Icing Conditions

    On the Ground:
    • RAT is ______or below and visible moisture in any form is present (such as clouds, fog with visibility _____or less, rain, snow, sleet and ice crystals).
    • RAT is ________ or below when operating on ramps, taxiways, or runways where ________ may be ingested by the engines or freeze on the engines, nacelles, or engine sensor probes.
    • RAT is _______ or below and the temperature;  dew point spread is ______ or less.
    • 6°C   (42°F);   one mile
    • 6°C  (42°F);   surface snow, standing water, or slush
    • 6°C  (42°F);   3°C (5°F)
  110. MEMORY ITEM

    Icing Conditions as defined, In Flight:
    RAT is ______ or below and _______ is present in any form
    6°C   (42°F);  visible moisture
  111. MEMORY ITEM
    Engine Anti-Ice
    For ground, takeoff, and flight operations, engine anti-ice system must be ____ when icing conditions exist or are anticipated.


    ON
  112. MEMORY ITEM
    Air Foil Anti-Ice
    • In flight, airfoil anti-ice should be used  
       when Icing Conditions exist
    or are anticipated.
    • Do not use until reaching _____ feet AFL after takeoff.
    1000'
  113. MEMORY ITEM
    Air Foil Anti-Ice
    • Minimum duct pressure for airfoil anti-ice is ___ psi.
    • When penetrating or operating in icing conditions in flight, maintain
    sufficient thrust to keep associated (L or R) ICE PROTECT TEMP LOW Light extinguished.

    20psi;
  114. MEMORY ITEM
    Air Foil Anti-Ice

    • Application of Tail De-ice is required:

    • Once every 20 minutes
    • One minute prior to extension of landing flaps
    • After leaving icing conditions, prior to turning system off
  115. Air Foil Anti-Ice

    TWA Note:

    On aircraft with single Airfoil Anti-Ice Switch, the tail is de-iced automatically for _____minutes every ____ minutes and when system is turned off.
    2-1/2 minutes;  15 minutes
  116. Standing Water and / or Slush (AFM)

    • Static Port heaters must be on if temperature is_______ or below.
    5°C    (40°F)
  117. Windshield Heat (AFM)

    If the center, Captain's, or First Officer's windshield heat is inoperative, the speed must be below _____ under 10,000 feet
    315 knots
  118. Windshield Heat (AFM)
    If outer glass ply of center, Captain's, or First Officer's windshield is cracked, the speed must be below ______ under 10,000 feet.
    315 knots
  119. Windshield Heat (AFM)

    If inner glass ply of center, Captain's, or First Officer's windshield is cracked, the speed must be below _____under 10,000 feet.

    Windshield heat for the affected windshield must be off.
    235 knots
  120. Auto Brake (AFM)
    Do not use auto brakes if ______ hydraulic system fails.
    either
  121. MEMORY ITEM

    Do not takeoff if any brake temperature exceeds ____°C.
    205
  122. Maximum Temperature to Set Parking Brakes:
    300°C
  123. Brake Wear Limits

    • MD-82
    • MD-83
    • flush or greater.
    • 1/2 inch or greater.
  124. MEMORY ITEM

    The maximum tire speed is _____knots.
    195

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