BE40 Memory Items.txt

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BE40 Memory Items.txt
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  1. ENGINE FAILURE DURING T/O BELOW V1 –TAKEOFF ABORTED

    WARNING: If engine fire indications exist, do not deploy
    reverser on the affected engine.
    • 1. Brakes............................................................. APPLY
    • 2. Thrust..................................................................IDLE
    • 3. Thrust Reverser(s).......................................DEPLOY
    • 4. Reverser Lights............................................................. VERIFY
    • 5. Reverse Thrust............................................................. AS REQUIRED
    • 6. Speed Brakes............................................................. EXTEND
  2. ENGINE FAILURE DURING T/O ABOVE V1 – TAKEOFF CONTINUED
    • 1. Nose Up Pitch Attitude at Rotation (Vr) ......... 13-15° DESIRED
    • 2. Landing Gear (When Positive Climb Established)............UP
    • 3. Airspeed................................................MAINTAIN V2
  3. ENGINE FIRE

    NOTE: In the event of an engine fire, the appropriate ENG
    FIRE PUSH switch will illuminate and the aural tone will
    sound.
    1. Thrust (Affected Engine) ..........................................IDLE

    If ENG FIRE PUSH switch remains illuminated:

    • 2. Thrust Lever (Affected Engine)...........……...…..CUTOFF
    • 3. Illuminated Engine Fire Switch .........................PUSH
    • 4. Either Fire Bottle Switch ...................................PUSH
  4. ENGINE FIRE DETECTOR FAILURE

    If the FIRE DET FAIL annunciator illuminates
    following an ENG FIRE PUSH switch
    illumination, the fire should be considered to
    still be burning.


    1. Engine Fire Procedures..........................COMPLETE
    2. Remaining Illuminated Fire Bottle Switch.........PUSH


    ENGINE FAILURE IN LANDING CONFIGURATION
    • /question>
    • 1. Thrust (Operating Engine) .......................AS REQUIRED
    • 2. Airspeed............................................................... Vref
  5. INADVERTENT THRUST REVERSER DEPLOYMENT
    DURING TAKEOFF (BELOW V1) – TAKEOFF ABORTED
    • 1. Brakes............................................................. APPLY
    • 2. Thrust..................................................................IDLE
    • 3. Thrust Reversers .............................. BOTH DEPLOY
    • 4. Reversers Lights............................................VERIFY
    • 5. Reverse Thrust…………………………AS REQUIRED
    • 6. Speed Brakes……………………………….…EXTEND
  6. INADVERTENT THRUST REVERSER DEPLOYMENT
    DURING TAKEOFF (ABOVE V1) – TAKEOFF CONTINUED
    • 1. Emergency Stow Push-Switch (Affected Engine)…PUSH
    • 2. Nose Up Pitch Attitude at Rotation (VR).……….13-15° DESIRED
    • 3. Landing Gear (When Positive Climb Established)............UP
    • 4. Airspeed....................................................... V2 (MIN)

    • NOTE: Airspeed must remain below 135 KIAS until
    • thrust reverser is stowed and locked.
    • If reverser will not stow and lock:

    5. Thrust Lever (Affected Engine) .........................CUTOFF
  7. INADVERTENT THRUST REVERSER DEPLOYMENT IN FLIGHT
    • 1. Emergency Stow Push-Switch (Affected Engine)…PUSH
    • 2. Altitude .................................... BELOW 30,000 FEET
    • 3. Airspeed (Until Reverser Stows/Locks)………BELOW 135 KIAS
  8. INADVERTENT OVERSPEED
    • 1. Thrust ..................................................................IDLE
    • 2. Speedbrakes................................................EXTEND
    • 3. If airplane is in a nose-down attitude, initiate a wings level
    • pull-up without exceeding structural limits (3.2g’s).
  9. ELECTRICAL FIRE OR SMOKE
    • 1. Oxygen Masks ....................................................DON
    • 2. Smoke Goggles ..................................................DON
    • 3. Mic Selector .............................................OXY MASK
    • 4. SPKR Switches......................ON or DON HEADSET
    • 5. INTPH Switch........................................................ ON
    • 6. Smoke Removal Procedures ..........IF NECESSARY

    If known source:

    7. Faulted Circuits ........................................... ISOLATE

    • WARNING: If it has not or cannot be visibly verified that
    • the fire has been extinguished, immediately land at the
    • nearest suitable airport.

    If unknown source:

    • 8. Battery..............................................................EMER
    • 9. Master Generator Switches ............................. EMER
  10. ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM SMOKE OR ODOR
    • 1. Oxygen Masks ....................................................DON
    • 2. Smoke Goggles ..................................................DON
    • 3. Mic Selector .............................................OXY MASK
    • 4. SPKR Switches......................ON or DON HEADSET
    • 5. INTPH Switch........................................................ ON
    • 6. Cabin Pressure Source.........ISOLATE SOURCE BY SELECTING L ENG or R ENG
  11. SMOKE REMOVAL
    • 1. Oxygen Masks ....................................................DON
    • 2. Smoke Goggles ..................................................DON
    • 3. Mic Selector .............................................OXY MASK
    • 4. SPKR Switches…………………..ON or DON HEADSET
    • 5. INTPH Switch........................................................ ON
  12. CABIN DECOMPRESSION
    • 1. Oxygen Masks....................................................DON
    • 2. Mic Selector .............................................OXY MASK
    • 3. SPKR Switches......................ON or DON HEADSET
    • 4. INTPH Switch ....................................................... ON
  13. EMERGENCY DESCENT
    • 1. Thrust..................................................................IDLE
    • 2. Speedbrakes................................................ EXTEND
    • 3. Autopilot...............................................................OFF
    • 4. Initiate Moderate Bank..................................45° MAX
  14. OVERPRESSURIZATION
    • 1. Cabin Pressure Source .......................................OFF
    • 2. Oxygen Masks....................................................DON
    • 3. Mic Selector .............................................OXY MASK
    • 4. SPKR Switch .........................ON or DON HEADSET
    • 5. INTPH Switch ....................................................... ON
  15. LOSS OF BOTH GENERATORS
    • 1. GEN FLD and START/GEN Circuit Breakers
    • (AFT MAIN PANEL) ............................................... CHECK
    • 2. Generator Reset (L and R) ....................RESET/NORM
  16. PITCH TRIM, ROLL TRIM, OR RUDDER TRIM
    RUNAWAY OR FAILURE
    1. TRIM INT/AP Disengage Switch ..PUSH AND HOLD
  17. POWER BRAKE FAILURE
    • 1. Break Safety Wire and Remove Guard Clip on Emergency Brake Handle
    • 2. Emergency Brakes .................. APPLY GRADUALLY
  18. AUTOPILOT TRIM FAIL
    • 1. Trim Indicators ....CHECK FOR PROPER POSITION FOR FLIGHT CONDITION
    • 2. TRIM INT/AP Disengage Switch ......................PUSH
  19. AUTOPILOT OVERSPEED RECOVERY
    • If the airspeed exceeds VMO +10 KIAS/MMO +0.015 Mach,
    • the autopilot will enter an overspeed recovery mode.
    • Overspeed recovery mode commands a pitch up to
    • decelerate and maintain VMO –5 KIAS/MMO –0.01 Mach. If
    • an overspeed occurs while the autopilot is engaged:

    1. Thrust..................................................................IDLE
  20. FLIGHT DIRECTOR MALFUNCTIONS
    1. TRIM INT/AP Disengage Switch.......................PUSH
  21. LOSS OF AIRSPEED INDICATION
    • 1. Autopilot...............................................DISCONNECT
    • 2. Airspeed............. SLOW TO AND MAINTAIN .2 AOA
    • 3. Thrust .................................................AS REQUIRED
    • 4. Speed Brakes ....................................AS REQUIRED

    (SLOW TO .25 AOA WITH SPEED BRAKES EXTENDED )
  22. DUAL ENGINE FLAMEOUT
    Immediate Relight:

    1. N2 .........................................VERIFY ABOVE 52%

    • CAUTION: Engine damage may result if an immediate
    • relight is attempted below 52% N2

    • 2. Ignitions ............................................................... ON
    • If N2 is not above 52% Or Neither Engine Relights:

    3. Battery ............................................................ EMER
  23. EGPWS WARNING (PULL UP WARNING ANNUNCIATOR ILLUMINATED)
    And/or activation of the aural warning “Pull Up”, “Terrain,Terrain,
    Pull-Up” or “Obstacle, Obstacle, Pull Up”.
    • 1. GO AROUND BUTTON………….….…………PUSH
    • 2. THRUST………………..……………...TAKE-OFF N1
    • 3. PITCH ATTITUDE…….INCREASE AND CLIMB AS REQUIRED TO AVOID TERRAIN
    • 4. FLAPS………………RETRACT (10°) IF REQUIRED
    • 5. LANDING GEAR…………………..………………..UP
    • 6. FLAPS……………….……………………………....UP
    • 7. SPEED BRAKES…………….VERIFY RETRACTED
    • 8. TERRAIN AWARENESS DISPLAY..…….MONITOR

    (SELECT PRESENT POSITION MAP IF REQUIRED)

    9. PITCH ATTITUDE…….MAINTAIN UNTIL WARNING CEASES
  24. WINDSHEAR WARNING (W/S WARN WARNING ANNUNCIATOR ILLUMINATED)
    And/or activation of the aural warning “Windshear, Windshear, Windshear”
    • 1. GO ROUND BUTTON……………………..……..PUSH
    • 2. THRUST……… ……………………….TAKE-OFF N1
    • 3. PITCH ATTITUDE…...…….SMOOTHLY ROTATE TO GO-AROUND ATTITUDE.

    • CONTINUE TO PITCH UP,AS REQUIRED TO ARREST
    • DESCENT, LETTING AIRSPEED DECREASE. USE INTERMITTENT
    • STICK SHAKER AS UPPER LIMIT OF PITCH ATTITUDE

    • 4. THRUST……...AVOID EXCEEDING ENGINE LIMITS
    • UNLESS AIRPLANE CONTINUES TO DESCEND AND SAFETY IS IN DOUBT.
    • WHEN SAFETY IS ASSURED, RESET THRUST WITHIN LIMITS.

    • Note: Exceeding engine limits while at an angle-of-attack near stick
    • shaker may cause engine stall, surge or flameout

    5. FLAPS/LANDING GEAR…………DO NOT RETRACT UNTIL SAFETY IS ASSURED

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