Day 2 NWC

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Day 2 NWC
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2013-03-31 13:36:41
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  1. ENGINE FAILURE DURING FLIGHT (1N)
    Crosscheck N1 against other engine indications to assess condition of engine and determine if an airstart is warranted. At 125 KIAS, an engine which has flamed out will rotate below 8% N1 and indicate 0% N1. The engine oil pressure indicator may display oil pressures up to 4psi with an N1 of 0%.
  2. ENGINE FAILURE DURING FLIGHT  (2N)
    If experiencing uncommanded power changes/loss of power/uncommanded propeller feather or compressor stalls, refer to appropriate procedure.
  3. ENGINE FAILURE DURING FLIGHT  (3N)
    Propeller will not feather unless the PCL is fully in OFF.
  4. ENGINE FAILURE DURING FLIGHT  (4W)
    If a suitable landing surface is available, turn immediately to intercept the nearest suitable point on the ELP. Any delay could result in insufficient gliding distance to reach a landing surface.
  5. ENGINE FAILURE DURING FLIGHT  (5W)
    Do not delay decision to eject below 2000 feet AGL.
  6. ENGINE FAILURE DURING FLIGHT (6W)
    Airstart procedure is not recommended below 2000 feet AGL, as primary attention should be to eject or safely recover the aircraft.
  7. IMMEDIATE AIRSTART (PMU NORM) (1W)
    Airstart attempts outside of the airstart envelope may be unsuccessful or result in engine over temperature. Consideration should be given to ensure airstarts are attempted within the airstart envelope. (125-200 KIAS for sea level to 15,000 feet or 135-200 KIAS for 15,001-20,000feet.)
  8. IMMEDIATE AIRSTART (PMU NORM) (2W)
    Do not delay ejection while attempting airstart at low altitude if below 2000 feet AGL.
  9. IMMEDIATE AIRSTART (PMU NORM) (3W)
    PCL must be in OFF to feather the propeller, and ensure proper starter, ignition, boost pump and PMU operation during airstart.
  10. IMMEDIATE AIRSTART (PMU NORM) (4C)
    Ensure PCL is in OFF; otherwise, fuel may be prematurely introduced during start.
  11. IMMEDIATE AIRSTART (PMU NORM) (5W)
    Movement of the PCL above IDLE before N1 stabilizes at approximately 67% will cause an increase in fuel flow which may cause engine failure due to a severe ITT overtemperature.
  12. IMMEDIATE AIRSTART (PMU NORM) (6C)
    If N1 does not rise within 5 seconds, discontinue the airstart attempt and proceed to if airstart is unsuccessful.
  13. IMMEDIATE AIRSTART (PMU NORM) (7C)
    If there is no rise in ITT within 10 seconds after fuel flow indications, place the PCL to OFF and abort the start.
  14. IMMEDIATE AIRSTART (PMU NORM) (8C)
    Continuous operation with the BOOST PUMP switch in the ON position will cause damage to the engine-driven low pressure fuel pump.  Upon landing, notify maintenance of the duration of flight with BOOST PUMP in the ON position.
  15. IMMEDIATE AIRSTART (PMU NORM) (9N)
    If generator will not reset, verify the starter switch is in NORM.  The starter will drain battery power in 10 minutes if left in MANUAL.

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