ERJ145 Limitations

Card Set Information

Author:
baldwin.keith
ID:
134469
Filename:
ERJ145 Limitations
Updated:
2012-02-11 18:03:26
Tags:
Limitations
Folders:

Description:
Limitations
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user baldwin.keith on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. Minimum flight crew
    2 pilots
  2. The EMB-145 is certified in the transport category in the following conditions:
    Day, Night, VFR, IFR, Icing conditions
  3. Max runway slope
    ± 2% of runway length
  4. Runway surface
    Paved
  5. Max tailwind
    10 kts
  6. Max temperature for aircraft
    ISA +35°C
  7. Min/Max takeoff & landing pressure altitude
    -1000’, 8000’ (ER/LR) 10,000’ (XR)
  8. Min/Max SAT at FL370
    -65 / -21.5°C
  9. Min/Max SAT for takeoff
    -40 / 52°C
  10. Min SAT below FL250
    -54°C
  11. Min TAT above FL250
    -45°C
  12. Mx inspection needed when landing below
    -40°C
  13. VLO for gear retraction/extension
    200 / 250 KIAS
  14. VLE
    250 KIAS
  15. VA
    200 KIAS
  16. Max flap ext. speed for flaps 9
    250 KIAS
  17. Max flap ext. speed for flaps 18
    200 KIAS
  18. Max flap ext. speed for flaps 22
    200 KIAS
  19. Max flap ext. speed for flaps 45
    145 KIAS
  20. Max flap ext. speed for flaps 45 (XR)
    160 KIAS
  21. Above 10,000’ with YD disengaged, max speed for flaps 22 (XR)
    180 KIAS
  22. Above 10,000’ with YD disengaged, max speed for flaps 45 (XR)
    145 KIAS
  23. For non-XR, when flaps are extended to/retracted from 45, momentary
    160 KIAS
  24. Max airspeed after T/O without retrimming
    160 KIAS
  25. Max airspeed for turbulent air penetration below 10,000’ and above 10,000'
    • ◦200 KIAS
    • ◦250 KIAS or .63M whichever is lower
  26. Max windshield wiper operation speed
    160 KIAS
  27. Do no operate windshield wiper on
    a dry windshield
  28. Max imbalance allowed between tanks
    800 lb
  29. Min/Max fuel tank temperature is
    -40 / 52°C
  30. Max N1
    100%
  31. For all models, min/max oil pressure < ___ N2
    • ◦34 / 110 psi
    • ◦88% N2
  32. On ER/LR, min/max oil pressure ≥ ______
    • ◦50 / 110 psi
    • ◦88%
  33. On XR, min/max oil pressure ≥ ______
    • ◦88% N2
    • ◦48 / 110 psi
  34. On XR, operations between ___ and ___ psi is permitted for a max of_____.
    • ◦34 and 48
    • ◦5 minutes
  35. Max oil pressure may be exceeded during start if the oil temp is below: ____. The engine must not exceed ____ until oil pressure is less than ____.
    • ◦21°C
    • ◦idle
    • ◦110 psi
  36. All aircraft will display oil pressure ____ psi in green
    ≤ 110
  37. For all aircraft, oil pressure amber range: ____ to ____ . Permitted when? Operations from ____ to ____ is limited to ______.
    • ◦111 to 155 psi
    • ◦In all operations
    • ◦111 to 115 psi
    • ◦5 mins
  38. Operations in the oil pressure amber range between _____ and _____ (amber) is limited to ______. Total over-pressure of ____ or greatrer is limited to _____.
    • ◦116 and 155 psi
    • ◦2 minutes
    • ◦5 minutes
  39. Min oil temp for start
    -40°C
  40. To increase N2, above _____, the engine oil temp must be ____. In lieu of this limitation, it’s acceptable to (2 options):
    • ◦83%
    • ◦40°C
    • ◦run the engine for at least 8 minutes OR complete a static runup to 88% N2, allow the engines to stabilize and ensure that the oil pressure is ≤ 83 psi
  41. LP and HP spool vibration limits maybe exceeded up to ____for _____ during _____. During _____ : ______.
    • ◦2.5 IPS
    • ◦5 mins
    • ◦takeoff
    • ◦any other time
    • ◦10 seconds
  42. Max ITT for start on all engines
    800°C
  43. All ER/LR/XR takeoff thrust ratings/ITT limits are time limited to_______.
    5 minutes
  44. All XR, takeoff thrust ratings/ITT between _______ are time limited to ______. Takeoff thrust ratings/ITT up to ____ are permitted up to max of ______.
    • ◦971-992
    • ◦90 seconds
    • ◦970
    • ◦5 minutes
  45. Dry motoring continuous operation (____ on, _____ off)
    • 5 minutes
    • 20 minutes
  46. Engine starting cycle (_____ on, _____ off, up to ____ times, then ______ off)
    • ◦1 minute ON
    • ◦1 minute OFF
    • ◦4 times
    • ◦20 minutes off
  47. After start, the engines must run at ___or ________ for _____for cold engines, or _____ for warm engines
    • ◦idle
    • ◦taxi thrust
    • ◦4 mins
    • ◦2 mins
  48. Engine is considered cold if it’s been shut down for at least ________.
    90 minutes
  49. Engines must run for at least _____ at _____ or ____ thrust before shutdown
    • ◦1 minute
    • ◦idle or taxi
  50. Max altitude for starting APU
    FL300
  51. Max operational altitude for APU
    FL370
  52. The APU will automatically shutdown at
    104% rotor speed
  53. APU EGT may exceed ____ up to ____ for maximum of ________.
    • ◦680°C
    • ◦717°C
    • ◦5 minutes
  54. Min battery temp for APU start
    -20°C
  55. Start cycle for the APU
    • ◦After 1-2 attempts: 1 minute OFF
    • ◦After 3rd attempt: 30 minutes OFF
  56. Max APU generator load above _____: _____.
    • ◦FL300
    • ◦300A
  57. Min AP engagement height
    500 AGL
  58. AP disengagement height is
    • ◦200’ for visual approaches
    • ◦200’ for CAT I
    • ◦50’ for CAT II
    • ◦before leaving MDA for non-precision
  59. Max ISIS duration when operating only on batteries is ______. OR
    • ◦40 minutes
    • ◦May be exceeded to 45 minutes if pitot #3 is turned OFF in non-icing conditions.
  60. The airplane must not be moved during ______. When can you not cage the attitude indicator?
    • ◦power-up initialization
    • ◦In flight
  61. Max altitude for flap extension
    FL200
  62. Max differential pressure
    7.8 psi
  63. Max differential over-pressure
    8.1 psi
  64. Max differential negative-pressure
    -0.3 psi
  65. Min temp for manual anti-ice operations
    -40°C
  66. Max temp for anti-ice operations
    10°C
  67. Holding configuration in icing
    Landing gear UP, flaps 0, and min airspeed of 200 KIAS

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview