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  1. SINK RATE
    • If VRS is suspected:
    • *1. Nacelles — Beep forward (max rate
    • for 2 sec/<15°)
    • *2. Cyclic — Forward to accelerate
    • *3. TCL — Fixed (alt permitting)
    • CAUTION
    • TCL power application within VRS may
    • cause uncontrollable roll.
  2. STALL
    • *1. Maneuver Severity — Reduce to decrease
    • angle of attack and load factor
    • *2. TCL — Forward
    • If unable to complete steps 1 and 2:
    • *3. CONV — Convert, max rate
    • *4. TCL — As required
  3. ICDS "DRIVE SHAFT FAILURE"
    • WARNING:
    • Single engine with an ICDS failure is unrecoverable
    • below 170 to 175 KCAS.
    • CAUTION:
    • Flapping controller is lost. Extended operations
    • between 10° and 75° nacelle
    • should be avoided due to heat buildup
    • and possible elastomeric bearing failure.
    • Transition/convert according to the following
    • to minimize potential for damage.
    • NAC KCAS
    • 0 180
    • 30 150
    • 60 100
    • NOTE:
    • -The ICDS Failure warning will post
    • in the event of a triple Nr sensor failure
    • on one side.
    • -Degradation in lateral control can
    • be minimized by matching engine
    • Nps with the manual Qe beep
    • switch after conversion. Avoid low
    • TCL settings to prevent a triple
    • mast torque sensor failure.
    • -Rolloffs due to ICDS failure are
    • sensitive to gross weight and high
    • density altitude. Consideration
    • should be given to reducing gross
    • weight and increasing ROL touchdown
    • speed. Above 52000 lb GW
    • and above 7000 ft DA, landing
    • touchdown speed should target 90
    • KCAS to maintain lateral
    • controllability.
    • *1. M.A.P. — Execute
    • 2. Interim Power — ON
    • 3. Land as soon as possible (ROL
    • recommended)
    • If continued flight is required:
    • 4. Nacelles — 10°
    • Once on the ground:
    • 5. Emergency Shutdown — Execute (no
    • rotor brake
  4. PRGB/TAGB FAILURE "GEARBOX FAILURE"
    • If secondary indications confirm impending
    • gearbox failure:
    • *1. Land immediately
    • If no secondary indications exist:
    • 2. Land as soon as possible
  5. FEATHERING HIGH HOT
    • CAUTION:
    • CONV operations may not clear the
    • caution. APLN at low angle of attack or
    • VTOL at low airspeed (<40 KCAS) is recommended.
    • Destructive heat buildup
    • may occur in as little as 5 minutes after
    • caution posts if heat buildup is allowed
    • to continue.
    • NOTE:
    • Once the condition has been alleviated,
    • the FEATHERING HIGH HOT condition
    • may take several minutes to clear.
    • *1. Maneuver Severity — Reduce
    • 2. APLN — Transition
    • If unable to transition to APLN:
    • 3. Rotor condition/airspeed — Reduce
    • (FFR in green or yellow)
    • If caution fails to clear:
    • 4. Land as soon as possible (ROL
    • recommended)
  6. FLAPPING HIGH HOT
    • CAUTION:
    • Operations between 35° and 75° nacelle
    • may not clear the caution. Flapping
    • is most critical near 60° nacelle, high
    • GW, forward CG, and high DA. Destructive
    • heat buildup may occur in as
    • little as 1 minute after caution posts if
    • heat buildup is allowed to continue.
    • NOTE:
    • Once the condition has been alleviated,
    • the FLAPPING HIGH HOT condition
    • may take several minutes to clear.
    • *1. Maneuver Severity — Reduce
    • 2. APLN — Transition
    • If unable to transition to APLN:
    • 3. Rotor condition/airspeed — Reduce
    • (FFR in green or yellow)
    • If caution fails to clear:
    • 4. Land as soon as possible (ROL
    • recommended)
  7. PRGB CHIPS
    • If abnormal secondary indications exist (oil
    • pressure/temperature, noises, vibrations):
    • *1. Land immediately
    • Otherwise:
    • 2. Land as soon as possible
  8. ROTOR LOAD HIGH
    • Indicates excessive oscillatory loads in critical
    • rotor components. The intent of the emergency
    • procedure is to minimize angle-ofattack
    • and to utilize the FFR to reduce critical
    • rotor loading conditions.
    • NOTE:
    • Once the condition has been alleviated,
    • the caution should clear within seconds.
    • *1. Maneuver Severity — Reduce
    • 2. APLN — Transition
    • If unable to transition to APLN:
    • 3. Rotor condition/airspeed — Reduce
    • (FFR in green or yellow)
    • If caution fails to clear:
    • 4. Land as soon as possible (ROL
    • recommended)
  9. FIRE, Engine, On Ground
    • NOTE:
    • Bleed air or other hot gas leakage may
    • trigger an engine fire warning without
    • associated secondary indications.
    • *1. ECLs — OFF
    • *2. T-handle (affected engine) — ARM
    • If fire persists:
    • *3. DISCHARGE button — Press
    • *4. Emergency Shutdown — Execute
  10. FIRE, Engine, In Flight "FIRE, LEFT ENGINE FIRE"
    • Bleed air or other hot gas leakage may
    • trigger an engine fire warning without
    • associated secondary indications. Expect
    • affected engine to be low power.
    • Cockpit secondary indications may include
    • increased fuel flow and elevated
    • MGT with low engine torque.
    • *1. Single engine profile — Establish
    • If fire confirmed:
    • *2. ECL (affected engine) — OFF
    • *3. T-handle (affected engine) — ARM
    • If fire persists:
    • *4. DISCHARGE button — Press
    • If fire persists:
    • *5. Land immediately
    • If fire is extinguished:
    • 6. ENG, Single, In Flight — Execute
  11. FIRE, Wing, On Ground "FIRE, WING FIRE"
    *1. Emergency Shutdown — Execute
  12. FIRE, Wing, In Flight "FIRE, WING FIRE"
    • Note
    • A sustained MFD FIRE annunciation is
    • an indication of a persistent fire. The
    • FIRE SUPPRESSION panel indicator
    • light(s) may or may not provide positive
    • indication of a sustained fire.
    • *1. TPUMP BOOST — OFF
    • If fire persists:
    • *2. Land immediately.
    • If fire is extinguished:
    • 3. Land as soon as possible.
  13. ENG, Dual, NAC > 60°
    • WARNING:
    • Dual engine loss in CONV will result in
    • a rapid Nr decay. If Nr decay is not
    • arrested rapidly, autorotation is not
    • recoverable.
    • Simultaneously (first 4):
    • *1. TCL — Full aft
    • *2. Nacelles — Max rate to aft stop
    • *3. Airspeed — 120 KCAS
    • *4. FLAPS — 0°
    • *5. APU — EMERG RUN/ENGAGE
    • *6. Landing gear — Down
    • At 150 ft AGL:
    • *7. Cyclic — Flare, level prior to impact
    • *8. TCL — Full forward
  14. ENG, Dual, NAC < 60°
    • *1. TCL — Full aft
    • *2. Nacelles — Max rate to downstop,
    • then 84% Nr
    • *3. Airspeed — 170 KCAS
    • *4. FLAPS — AUTO
    • *5. APU — EMERG RUN/ENGAGE
    • *6. ELP — Intercept
    • NOTE
    • After configuring for glide, attempt engine
    • restart if conditions permit.
    • *7. Landing gear — EMERG DOWN (As
    • required) (allow 20 seconds for
    • extension)
    • WARNING
    • Extension of landing gear is
    • recommended only if assured of landing
    • on a prepared surface. Landing with gear
    • extended on an unprepared surface may
    • result in loss of aircraft control.
    • NOTE
    • Expect 200 to 600 fpm increase in rate
    • of descent with landing gear extended.
    • At approximately 400 — 200 ft AGL:
    • *8. Mild Flare — EXECUTE, holding 8−10
    • nose up. Expect airspeed to decay to
    • 120−115 KCAS on touchdown.
    • NOTE
    • Flaps FULL can be used on short final to
    • slightly extend the flare.
  15. ENG, Single, Hover
    • *1. TCL — Full forward
    • *2. Cyclic — Level attitude prior to
    • touchdown
    • CAUTION:
    • Aft stick control margin significantly decreases
    • as nacelles are rotated towards
    • 70 degrees. Consideration should be
    • given to adjusting the nacelles aft prior
    • to touchdown in order to achieve normal
    • landing attitude.
    • If a flyaway is to be attempted:
    • *3. ENG, Single, In Flight — Execute
    • NOTE:
    • Aircraft vertical velocity is sensitive to
    • nacelle beep rate. During climb out, ensure
    • beep rate is slow enough to not induce
    • an uncommanded sink rate.
  16. ENG, Single, In Flight
    • *1. TCL — Full forward
    • *2. Single engine profile — Establish
    • If level flight cannot be established:
    • 3. Land as soon as possible (ROL
    • recommended)
    • NOTE:
    • Time permitting, dumping fuel (800 lbs/
    • minute) or getting rid of cargo should be
    • considered to reduce weight. Fuel dump
    • will cause a large amount of fuel to be
    • spread over the empennage and aft
    • cabin.
    • If climbing flight can be established:
    • 4. APLN — Transition
    • 5. ECL (affected engine) — OFF
    • If engine restart is to be attempted:
    • 6. Engine Restart In Flight — Execute
    • NOTE:
    • Within one minute of the engine shutting
    • off, the appropriate ECL should be
    • placed in CRANK to prevent thermal
    • lock-up and then to OFF to reset the
    • start logic.
    • 7. XFER VALVE — OPEN
    • 8. Land as soon as practical (ROL
    • recommended)
    • CAUTION:
    • If there is a risk of losing the remaining
    • engine, intercept and fly the Emergency
    • Landing Profile. Consideration should
    • be given to starting the APU.
    • NOTE:
    • If it is desired to restart the affected engine
    • on the ground, ECL of running engine
    • must first be pulled out of FLY to reset
    • TCRS and prevent transients.
    • Return running engine to FLY prior to
    • second engine start.
  17. ELEV "ELEVATOR FAIL, ELEVATOR FAIL"
    • WARNING:
    • If the elevator fails trailing edge down,
    • unrecoverable loss of longitudinal
    • control may occur above 40 KCAS
    • with nacelles less than 85°.
    • *1. Cyclic — Roll toward 60 AOB
    • *2. VTOL — Convert
    • 3. PFCS — RESET
    • 4. Land as soon as practical
  18. FCC X/Y FAIL (1/2, 1/3, 2/3)
    • WARNING, EXPECT:
    • — Severe difficulty controlling the
    • aircraft in all axes.
    • — Loss of TCRS, ECL functionality,
    • conversion protection, SLL, primary
    • flapping protection, and reliable stall
    • warning.
    • CAUTION:
    • -Overtorques are possible due to
    • the loss of TCRS. Pilot will need to
    • manually manage Qm. Lateral
    • maneuvering above 109% mast
    • torque may result in PRTR
    • OVERTORQUE.
    • - Backup flapping controller provides
    • trimmed-flight flapping protection;
    • however, in maneuvering flight the
    • aircraft is still vulnerable to critical
    • flapping condition. .
    • - Operations between 10° and 75°
    • nacelle may result in destructive
    • heat buildup in the elastomeric
    • bearing.
    • NOTE:
    • - Keeping the TCL softstop active
    • may aid in reducing overtorques.
    • Pushing through the softstop may
    • be necessary to achieve 100%
    • Qm.
    • - With a FCC X/3 failure, setting
    • flaps to 0 in APLN may improve
    • roll control. Reset flaps to AUTO
    • before landing.
    • - The trim system will be degraded
    • and lateral backdrive is disabled.
    • *1. M.P. — Execute
    • If CCDL failure exists:
    • 2. NACELLE B/U ENABLE — ON
    • If caution fails to clear:
    • 3. Land as soon as possible (ROL
    • recommended)
    • If a safe landing cannot be made without
    • delay:
    • 4. APLN — Transition (100% Nr)
  19. PLT NAC CONTR FAIL
    • *1. NAC CONTR switches (both sides)
    • — Attempt to override nacelle motion
    • *2. NAC CONTR DSBL switches —
    • DSBL
    • 3. PFCS — RESET
    • 4. NAC CONTR DSBL switches — Individually
    • select NAC CONTR one at a
    • time to isolate
  20. Emergency Shutdown
    • *1. ECLs — OFF (simultaneously)
    • *2. T-handles — ARM
    • *3. ROTOR BRAKE — ON
    • CAUTION
    • If the reason for the emergency shutdown is due to a ICDS Fail or midwing
    • fire or midwing accessories, do not use the ROTOR BRAKE for shutdown.
    • *4. APU — STOP (As required)
    • *5. BATTERY — OFF
    • *6. Egress — As Required
  21. Cockpit or Cabin Fire In Flight
    • *1. EMERGENCY OXYGEN/Masks — ON
    • NOTE:
    • The emergency oxygen system is designed to provide approximately
    • 5 minutes of 100% oxygen for a crew of 4.
    • *2. Portable fire extinguishers — Employ
    • If fire persists:
    • *3. Land immediately
    • If fire is extinguished:
    • 4. Smoke and Fume Elimination — Execute.
  22. Out of Control Recovery Procedures
    • The departure from controlled flight paragraph in Chapter 11 addresses some of the possible characteristics of a V-22
    • departure from controlled flight. This procedure addresses those departures and provides a means of recovery from
    • other out of control situations.
    • *1. Controls — Neutral
    • *2. Pedals — Cancel yaw
    • *3. AOA — Assess
    • 4. Execute unusual attitude recovery.
  23. Smoke and Fume Elimination
    • Consideration should be given that opening the ramp or cargo door may cause the smoke and fumes to move forward into the cockpit obscuring the pilots' vision. The cockpit and window vents may assist in clearing smoke and fumes, but low pressure makes the window vents difficult to open in APLN. A sideslip in CONV may assist in clearing the
    • smoke and fumes.
    • *1. EMERGENCY OXYGEN/Masks — ON
    • Note
    • The emergency oxygen system is designed to provide approximately
    • 5 minutes of 100% oxygen.
    • 2. Cockpit door — As required
    • 3. Cockpit and window vents — Open
    • 4. UTIL — OPEN
    • 5. RAMP/DOOR — As required
    • If SDC/ECS is suspected source:
    • 6. ECS — EMER VENT
    • If battery venting is suspected (rotten egg smell):
    • 7. BATTERY — OFF.
  24. Single Engine Waveoff
    • A waveoff must be initiated early in the approach when power and altitude available is sufficient to accelerate the
    • aircraft to climbing flight. The landing decision point varies with gross weight, airspeed, nacelle position and ambient
    • conditions.
    • *1. TCL — Full forward
    • *2. Single Engine profile — Establish.
    • NOTE:
    • Aircraft vertical velocity is sensitive to nacelle beep rate. Ensure beep rate is slow enough to command an acceleration without inducing an uncommanded
    • sink rate.

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