Falcon 50 Limitations

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Falcon 50 Limitations
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Falcon 50 Operational Limits
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  1. VA
    210
  2. VFE Slats
    200 KIAS
  3. VFE Slats + Flaps 20°
    190 KIAS
  4. VFE Slats + Flaps 48°
    175 KIAS
  5. VLE/MME
    220 KIAS / .75 Mach
  6. VLO/MLO
    190 KIAS / .70 Mach
  7. VMCA
    82.5 KCAS
  8. VMO/MMO
    • 0' MSL to 10K': 350 - 370 KIAS
    • 10K' to 24K': 370 KIAS
    • Above 24K': .86 Mach
  9. AUTO SLAT Light On
    270 KIAS
  10. Cracked Windshield
    230 KIAS
  11. DV Window Open
    180 KIAS
  12. Either/Both Hyd Inop
    260 KIAS / .76 Mach
  13. Mach Trim Inop w/ No A/P
    .78 Mach
  14. Thrust Reverser Deployed
    230 KIAS
  15. Tire Speed
    180
  16. Turbulent Air Penetration
    280 KIAS / .76 Mach
  17. Windshield Wiper Ops
    205 KIAS
  18. TFE 731-3-1C
    Starting Grnd/Air-Norm ITT
    907 °C
  19. TFE 731-3-1C
    Starting Grnd/Air-Transient ITT
    927 °C for 10 Seconds
  20. TFE 731-3-1C
    Starting Grnd/Air-Transient ITT
    (Max)
    977 °C for 5 Seconds
  21. TFE 731-3-1C
    Takeoff-Normal N1%
    101.5%
  22. TFE 731-3-1C
    Takeoff-Normal N2%
    100%
  23. TFE 731-3-1C
    Takeoff-Normal ITT
    907 °C for 5 Minutes
  24. TFE 731-3-1C
    Takeoff-Transient ITT
    (MAX)
    917 °C for 10 Seconds
  25. TFE 731-3-1C
    Max Continuous
    N1%; N2%; ITT
    101.5%; 100%; 885 °C
  26. TFE 731-3-1C
    Transient (MAX)
    N1%; N2%
    • 103%; 103% for 1 Minute
    • 105%; 105% for 5 Seconds
  27. TFE 731-3-1C
    Grnd Start/Starter Assist
    Airstart fm 10% N2 to Lightoff
    10 Seconds Maximum
  28. TFE 731-3-1C
    Windmilling Airstart from
    Windmilling N2 to 60% N2
    25 Seconds Maximum
  29. TFE 731-3-1C
    Grnd Start; Lightoff to Idle
    50 Seconds Maximum
  30. TFE 731-3-1C
    Thrust Rating
    • 3700 Lbs - Takeoff
    • 3700 Lbs - Max Continuous
  31. TFE 731-3-1C
    Oil Temperature
    • 0' MSL to FL300: 127 °C
    • Above FL300: 140 °C
    • Transient: 149 °C
    • Minimum: -40 °C
    • Min above Idle: +30 °C
  32. TFE 731-3-1C
    Oil Pressure
    • Max Toff/Cont/Idle: 46 psi
    • Min Toff/Cont: 38 psi
    • Min Idle: 25 psi
    • Max Transient: 55 psi (<3 Minutes)
  33. TFE 731-3-1C
    Engine Start Abort Conditions
    • Oil psi does not rise w/in 10 seconds after lightoff
    • ITT does not rise w/in 10 seconds after pwr lvr to Idle
    • ITT is rising rapidly & approaching the 907 °C limit
    • N1 remains close to 0% when N2 is 20%
    • N2 speed is not rising rapidly & smoothly to idle after pwr lvr advanced to Idle
    • N2 fails to rotate
    • N2 fails to reach 10% in 6 seconds
    • Unusual noise is heard or vibration is detected
    • **During a start, a +/- 5% N1 speed variation is normal
  34. TFE 731-3-1C
    Thrust Reverser
    • Thrust Reverser approved for ground use only
    • Thrust Reverser must not be used for taxiing in reverse
    • On landing, do not attempt a go-around after reverse thrust is selected
    • With a Thrust Reverser deployed in flight, reduce to 230 KIAS or less
    • Recommended 30 seconds max continuous use & 4.5 minutes between uses
    • Full reverse thrust usable until completely stopped; in crosswinds, a 5% reduction of N1 is recommended shortly before completly stopped
    • Dassault recommends checking reverse thrust is limited automatically to a max of 93% N1
  35. Max Ramp Wt
    • 38,800 Lbs
    • 40,780 Lbs (SB F50-161)
  36. Max Toff Wt
    • 38,800 Lbs
    • 40,780 Lbs (SB F50-161)
  37. Max Ldg Wt
    • 35,715 Lbs
    • 33,070 Lbs (Unpaved Rwy)
  38. Max Zero Fuel Wt
    25,570 Lbs
  39. Min Flight Wt
    18,959
  40. Enroute Max Alt
    • 45,000'
    • 49,000' (SB F50-163)
  41. Max Alt w/ Slats or Flaps Extended
    20,000'
  42. Max Alt for Stby Hyd Pump Operation
    45,000'
  43. Max Gs
    • Flaps Up: +2.6 to -1
    • Flaps Down: +2 to 0
  44. Max Δ P: Pressure Controller
    • 8.8 psi
    • 9.1 psi (SB F50-163)
    • Equates to Cabin Pressure Altitude of:
    • 8,000' at FL450 (FL490 (SB F50-163))
  45. Max Δ P: Overpressure Relief Valve
    • 9.1 psi
    • 9.5 psi (SB F50-163)
  46. Max Δ P: Baggage Overpressure Relief Valve
    • 9.3 psi
    • 9.7 psi (SB F50-163)
  47. Cabin Altitude Limiter
    • 12,500'
    • 14,500' (SB F50-154)
  48. Battery Temp
    • Amber Light: at or >120 °F
    • Red Light: at or > 150 °F
  49. Max DC Voltage
    32 V
  50. Max Gen Output
    • to 39,000': 300 A
    • > 39,000': 250 A
    • Transient (1 Min Max): 350 A
  51. Max Inverter Output
    750 A
  52. Fuel Quantity HI Level Feeders
    15,514 lbs
  53. Fuel Quantity LO Level Feeders
    13,213 lbs
  54. Regulation Level for all Feeder Tanks is
    609 lbs
  55. Fuel Quantity Indicator Selector switch should normally be left in the _____ position
    REAR
  56. Transfer Pumps should be switched ___ when no fuel left in wing tanks
    OFF
  57. With illumination of the ____ ____ light, stop pressure refueling
    STOP FUELING
  58. Max Feed Pressure (SPR)
    50 psi (3.5 bars)
  59. In extended cruise in cold temps, if necessary, ____ ____ or ____ ____ to raise TAT
    • Increase Mach
    • Decrease Altitude
  60. Engine Anti-Ice should be ON when total temp is below ___ °C in visible moisture
    +10 °C
  61. Engine Anti-Ice should be OFF when total temp is above ___ °C in visible moisture
    +10 °C
  62. Wing Anti-Ice should be OFF when total temp is above ___ °C in visible moisture
    +10 °C
  63. Both Pilot's & Copilot's Windsheild Heat switches should be set to the ___ ___ ___
    Same operating position
  64. Do not operate ____ Anti-Ice on the ground except for Maintenance Checks cnducted in accordance with the Maintenence Manual.
    Wing Anti-Ice
  65. Airbrake control handle should be held until proper ____ /____ is ascertained
    extension / retraction
  66. If ___ or ___ is inadvertantly exceeded, do not hesitate to use the ____
    • Vmo / Mmo
    • Airbrakes
  67. In flight, extend ____ to next detent only after cessation of movement to the ____ ____
    • Flaps
    • previous position
  68. Do not extend flaps if the ___ green light is off
    Slats
  69. CAUTION: Above ____ feet, do not establish or maintain flaps or slats extended
    20,000'
  70. Airport Pressure Altitude
    • -1,000' to 10,000'
    • -1,000' to 14,000' (SB F50-154)
  71. Collins APS 80 & 85 Autopilot altitude limits
    • Min engaged Enroute: 1,000'
    • Min engaged Approach: 50'
    • Radio Altimeter Inop: 100'
    • Autopilot must be OFF for Toff & Ldg
  72. Max Water depth on Runway; Demo'd
    3/4"
  73. Max Water depth on Runway; Recommended
    1/2"
  74. Max Demonstrated Crosswind
    23 Kts
  75. Max Runway Slope
    +2.5% to -2.5%
  76. Max Tailwind
    10 Kts
  77. Engine Syncronizer must be OFF for ___, ___ & ___
    Takeoffs, Landings & Missed Approaches
  78. Fuel Control Computers must be ____ for Takeoff
    Operative
  79. Rapid displacement of Power Levers on the ground may cause ___ ___ light to illuminate momentarily
    ENG-2 FAIL
  80. Takeoff and maximum continuous N1 setting of side engines are ___% lower than center engine N1
    0.4%
  81. Engine low pressure rotor speed ___ is the thrust setting parameter
    N1
  82. Takeoff and Max Continuous thrust must be based on ___ values given in the AFM, Section V, unless ___ is limiting
    N1; ITT
  83. Min O2 below 10,000' without passengers
    650 psi
  84. Min O2; 2 Crew with 10 or less pax to FL410
    700 psi
  85. Min O2 above FL410
    Check Ops Manual
  86. APU Max EGT Rated
    680 °C
  87. APU Max EGT Allowed
    732 °C
  88. APU Max Generator Load
    300 Amp
  89. APU Max Speed Rated
    100%
  90. APU Max Speed Allowed
    110%
  91. APU approved for ____ use only
    Ground
  92. APU bleed must be ___ for Engine of Airframe Anti-Ice checks
    OFF
  93. Discontinue APU Start (Stop pushbutton) if T5 does not rise within ___ seconds.
    10
  94. Wait ___ minutes before attempting a 2nd APU start
    5

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