11-248 Ch 1-5

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11-248 Ch 1-5
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  1. Systems controlled and monitored only by FCP
    • Aux bat
    • Man Fuel Bal L/R
    • Environmental control system
    • Parking brake
    • Emer ldg gr handle
    • PMU
  2. Systems controlled and monitored only by RCP
    ISS
  3. Systems controlled by FCP and monitored by RCP
    • Bleed air inflow (G-suit test)
    • OBOGS
    • Defog operation
    • External lights
  4. Ejection command
    BAILOUT, BAILOUT, BAILOUT!
  5. FEVER check
    • Fluctuating fuel flow
    • Excessive ITT
    • Visual signals
    • Erratic engine operations
    • Roughness
  6. Power for Level flight 250 KIAS
    93%
  7. Power for level flight 200 KIAS
    50% + altitude
  8. Power for level flight 150 KIAS
    32%
  9. Rotation airspeed
    85 KIAS
  10. Rotation attitude
    7-10° NH
  11. Pitch for 180 KIAS climb
    9° NH
  12. Pitch for 160 KIAS climb
    12.5° NH
  13. Pitch for 140 KIAS climb
    17° NH
  14. Correct order of trim application
    Rudder, elevator, aileron
  15. Turning tendency – left yaw
    Pitch up
  16. Turning tendency – right yaw
    Pitch down
  17. Turning tendency – Pitch down
    Left yaw
  18. Turning tendency – Pitch up
    Right yaw
  19. Lead point for rollout from shallow turn
    5 degrees
  20. Lead point for rollout from steep turn
    10 degrees
  21. Taxi speed limit in congested areas
    5-7 KT (fast walk)
  22. Taxi speed limit in uncongested areas
    15 KT
  23. Memory aid for takeoff/departure preparation while taxiing
    • R-NEWS
    • Check RAIM and FDE on STAT 2 page of GPS
    • Set NAVAIDs/Needles for departure
    • Review emergency actions for abort or engine failure on takeoff
    • Weather/winds
    • Standard Instrument Departure
  24. When to perform after landing checklist
    • Normal taxi speed
    • Clear of active RWY
    • Return to parking without taking off
  25. When to perform lineup check
    When taxiing onto the active RWY
  26. Lineup check
    • TPPLAN
    • TAS – NORM
    • Panel – CWS shows normal lights
    • Probes – anti-ice on
    • Lights – on
    • ALT – select ALT on transponder
    • NWS – deselect after A/C aligned on RWY
  27. Static takeoff
    • Align with RWY
    • Disengage NWS
    • Pump brakes
    • PCL to 25-30%
    • Check instruments
    • Release brakes and advance PCL to MAX
    • Check instruments when established at MAX power
  28. Rolling takeoff
    • Align with RWY
    • Disengage NWS
    • Advance PCL to MAX
    • Check instruments when established at MAX power
  29. When to retract gear and flaps after takeoff
    • Safely airborne
    • Positive climb
    • Engine stabilized in MAX
    • Engine instruments within limits
  30. Altitude to initiate climb check
    10,000 MSL
  31. Clime gradient for 160 knot climb (12.5° NH)
    1000 ft/NM
  32. Lead point for level-off
    10% VSI
  33. Before traffic pattern entry technique
    • GUTS check
    • GPS – set
    • UHF/VHF – set
    • TAS – set range
    • Squawk appropriate code
  34. Landing parameters – Flaps LDG
    • Downwind torque – 45%
    • Final turn – 110 KIAS
    • Final turn torque – 18%
    • Final – 100 KIAS
    • Final torque – 16-18%
    • Touchdown target – 80 KIAS
    • Touchdown range – 75-90 KIAS
  35. Crosswind limit for landing flaps
    • 10 knots – training
    • 25 knots – emergency
  36. Landing parameters – Flaps TO
    • Downwind torque – 35%
    • Final turn – 115 KIAS
    • Final turn torque – 15%
    • Final – 105 KIAS
    • Final torque – 14-16%
    • Touchdown target – 85 KIAS
    • Touchdown range – 80-95 KIAS
  37. Landing parameters – Flaps UP
    • Downwind torque – 30%
    • Final turn – 120 KIAS
    • Final turn torque – 12%
    • Final – 110 KIAS
    • Final torque – 12-14%
    • Touchdown target – 90 KIAS
    • Touchdown range – 85-100 KIAS
  38. Parameters for Initial
    • Airspeed – 200 KIAS
    • Power – 50% + altitude
    • Altitude – 1,000’ AGL
  39. Parameters for Break
    • Airspeed – Slow from 200 KIAS to 120-150 KIAS
    • Power – approx 10%
    • Break zone – First 3,000 ft of RWY
  40. Break out from downwind
    • Another A/C in final turn not in sight
    • Straight in inside 2 miles not in sight
    • ELP inside low key and spacing can’t be maintained
    • Pattern spacing can’t be maintained with normal ground track
    • Not configured by perch point
  41. Straight-in approach altitude
    500 AGL before 5-mile point
  42. Straight-in approach – when to configure
    Prior to 2-mile point
  43. Lower nose gear to RWY below
    80 KIAS
  44. Closed pullup power reduction
    100 feet below pattern altitude for every 10 KIAS in excess of 140 KIAS
  45. ORM 3-2-1
    • Do not descend below 2000 AGL unless:
    • On profile for field of intended landing
    • Runway in sight with ability to
    • Maneuver to land
    • 3 – Final decision to continue or eject made 300 AGL
    • 2 – Gear confirmed down at 200 AGL
    • 1 – A/C on centerline at 100 AGL
  46. PEL checklist memory aid
    • TCCC-BIP
    • Turn, climb, clean, check
    • Boost pump
    • Ignition
    • Plan
  47. 2 methods for determine glide distance
    • Half-DME plus Key gives required altitude to make a given APT
    • Altitude method: (2xAGL)-Key, divide by 1000 for NM glide distance
  48. Altitude-airspeed exchange
    10 knots can be traded for 100 feet
  49. Altitude loss for gliding 360° turns
    • 30° bank: 2,000 feet
    • 45° bank: 1,500 feet
    • 60° bank: 1,000 feet
  50. Torque to simulate prop feather
    4-6%
  51. Glide ratio – no wind, clean, 125 KIAS, prop feathered
    • 2 miles for every 1,000 feet lost (2:1)
    • VSI 1,350-1,500 fpm
  52. Straight and level deceleration
    0.1-0.2 NM for every 10 knots above 125 KIAS
  53. Altitude to terminate slip
    300 AGL
  54. High Key parameters
    • 3,000 AGL (2,500 min)
    • 120 KIAS
    • Gear down
    • Flaps up
    • 1/3 down runway
  55. Cross Key parameters
    • 2,200 to 2,300 AGL
    • 120 KIAS
    • Gear down
    • Flaps up
  56. Low Key parameters
    • 1,500 AGL
    • 120 KIAS
    • Gear down
    • Flaps TO (as required)
  57. Base Key Parameters
    • 600 to 800 AGL
    • 120 KIAS
    • Gear down
    • Flaps LDG (as required)
  58. SFL/PEL final approach speed – Flaps LDG
    110 KIAS
  59. High key adjustment for headwind
    1,000 feet for every 10 knots of headwind

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