T-6B Emergency Procedures

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marcosmarrero1
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159886
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T-6B Emergency Procedures
Updated:
2012-06-24 14:57:07
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6B Boldface EPs
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T-6B Emergency Procedures / Critical Action Items / Boldface (Current as of Jun 2012)
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  1. Low Fuel Pressure
    • 1) PEL - Execute
    • 2) BOOST PUMP switch - ON 
  2. Abort Start Procedure
    1) PCL - OFF; or STARTER switch - AUTO/RESET
  3. Emergency Engine Shutdown on the Ground
    • 1) PCL - OFF
    • 2) FIREWALL SHUTOFF HANDLE - Pull
    • 3) Emergency Ground Egress - As Required
  4. Uncommanded Power Changes/Loss of Power/Uncommanded Propeller Feather
    • 1) PCL - Mid range
    • 2) PMU Switch - OFF
    • 3) PROP SYS Circuit Breaker - Pull, If Np Stable Below 40%
    • 4) PCL - As Required

    • If Power is Sufficient for Continued Flight:
    • 5) PEL - Execute

    • If Power is Insufficient for Continued Flight:
    • 6) PROP SYS Circuit Breaker - Reset; As Required
    • 7) PCL - OFF
    • 8) FIREWALL SHUTOFF Handle - Pull
    • 9) Execute Forced Landing of Eject            
  5. Compressor Stalls
    • 1) PCL - Slowly Retard Below Stall Threshold
    • 2) DEFOG Switch - ON
    • 3) PCL - Slowly Advance; As Required

    • If Power is Sufficient for Continued Flight:
    • 4) PEL - Execute

    • If Power is Insufficient for Continued Flight:
    • 5) PCL - OFF
    • 6) FIREWALL SHUTOFF Handle - Pull
    • 7) Execute Forced Landing or Eject          
  6. Fire in Flight
    • If Fire is Confirmed:
    • 1) PCL - OFF
    • 2) FIREWALL SHUTOFF Handle - Pull

    • If Fire is Extinguished:
    • 3) Forced Landing - Execute

    • If Fire does not Extinguish or Forced Landing is Impractical:
    • 4) Eject (Both)

    • If Fire is not Confirmed:
    • 5) PEL - Execute           
  7. Chip Detector Warning
    • 1) PCL - Minimum Necessary to Intercept ELP. Avoid Making Unnecessary PCL Movements.
    • 2) PEL - Excute 
  8. Oil System Malfunction or Low Oil Pressure
    • If Only Amber Oil Pressure Caution Illuminates:
    • 1) Terminate Maneuver
    • 2) Check Oil Pressure. If Oil Pressure is Normal, Continue Operations.

    • If Red Oil Pressure Caution Illuminates and/or Amber Oil Pressure Caution Remains Illuminated for 5 Seconds:
    • 3) PCL - Minimum Necessary to Intercept ELP. Avoid Unnecessary PCL Movements.
    • 4) PEL - Execute
  9. Immediate Airstart (PMU Norm)
    • 1) PCL - OFF
    • 2) STARTER Switch - AUTO/RESET
    • 3) PCL - IDLE, Above 13% N1
    • 4) Engine Instruments - Monitor ITT, N1 and Oil Pressure

    • If Airstart is Unsuccessful:
    • 5) PCL - OFF
    • 6) FIREWALL SHUTOFF Handle - PULL
    • 7) Execute Forced Landing or Eject

    • If Airstart is Successful:
    • 8) PCL - As Required After N1 Reaches IDLE RPM (Approximately 67% N1)
    • 9) PEL - Execute
  10. Precautionary Emergency Landing (PEL)
    • 1) Turn to Nearest Suitable Field
    • 2) Climb of Accelerate to Intercept ELP
    • 3) Gear, Flaps and Speed Brake - Up  
  11. Engine Failure During Flight
    • 1) Zoom/Glide - 125 Knots (Minimum)
    • 2) PCL - OFF
    • 3) Intercept ELP
    • 4) Airstart - Attempt if Warranted

    • If Conditions do not Warrant an Airstart:
    • 5) FIREWALL SHUTOFF Handle - Pull
    • 6) Execute Forced Landing or Eject       
  12. Forced Landing
    • 1) Airspeed - 125 Knots Prior to Extending Landing Gear
    • 2) EMER LDG GR Handle - Pull (As Required)
    • 3) Airspeed - 120 Knots Minimum until Intercepting Final; 110 Knots Minimum on Final
    • 4) Flaps - As Required    
  13. Abort
    • 1) PCL - IDLE
    • 2) Brakes - As Required 
  14. Engine Failure Immediately After Takeoff (Sufficient Runway Remaining Straight Ahead)
    • 1) Airspeed - 110 Knots (Minimum)
    • 2) PCL - As Required
    • 3) EMER LDG GR Handle - Pull (As Required)
    • 4) Flaps - As Required  
  15. Inadvertent Departure from Controlled Flight
    • 1) PCL - IDLE
    • 2) Controls - Neutral
    • 3) Altitude - Check
    • 4) Recover from Unusual Attitude   
  16. Emergency Ground Egress:
    • 1) ISS Mode Selector - SOLO
    • 2) Seat Safety Pin - Installed
    • 3) Parking Brakes - As Required
    • 4) Canopy - Open

    If Canopy can not be Opened or Situation Requires Right Side Egress:

    • 5) CFS Handle - Rotate and Pull (Both)
    • 6) Upper Fitting, Lower Fittings and Leg Garter Restraints - Release (BOTH)
    • 7) BAT, GEN and AUX BAT Switches - OFF
    • 8) Evacuate the Aircraft  
  17. Eject
    1) Ejection Handle - Pull (Both)
  18. OBOGS System Malfunction
    1) PCL - Advance
  19. OBOGS Inoperative
    1) Green Ring - Pull (As Required)

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