AS350 B3E Emergency Procedures

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AS350 B3E Emergency Procedures
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  1. When will you hear the gong sound?
    A gong is generated each time a red warning appears on the warning panel
  2. When will you get a continuous tone?
    • When NR is below 360 RPM.
    • When Max takeoff limits are exceeded.
    • - procedure:
    • 1.reduce collective pitch to maintain NR in the green arc or within power limits.
    • 2. check engine parameters.
  3. When will you get an intermittent tone?
    • When the NR is above 410 RPM
    •  - procedure
    • 1. Increase collective pitch to maintain NR in green arc.
  4. What are the steps for entering an auto rotation?
    • 1. Reduce collective pitch to maintain NR in the green arc.
    • 2. Set IAS to VY (65 kts)
    • 3. Twist grip to idle
    • 4. Maneuver aircraft into wind
    • 5. At 70' AGL flare
    • 6. AT 20-25' and at constant attitude:
    • 7. Gradually increase collective to reduce rate of descent and forward airspeed
    • 8. Cyclic forward to adopt a slightly forward attitude (less than 10 degrees nose up)
    • 9. Adjust pedals for slideslip
    • 10. Increase collective to cushion touchdown
    • 11. Once on the ground and stopped adjust collective pitch to full down.
    • 12. Apply rotor brake below 170 RMP
  5. Hovering Auto
    • 1. Maintain Collective
    • 2. Use pedals to control Yaw
    • 3. Increase collective to cushion touch down
  6. What is the procedure for a complete loss of tail rotor effectiveness in a hover?
    First sign is yaw to the left!!!

    • 1. Throttle to idle
    • 2. Increase collective to cushion touch down.
  7. What is the procedure for complete loss of tail rotor thrust in cruise flight?
    First sign is yaw to the left!!!

    • 1. Cyclic - adjust to set IAS to VY and control yaw
    • 2. Adjust collective to reduce sideslip
    • 3. Land as soon as possible
    • 4. On approach to landing:
    • 5. Twist grip to idle position
    • 6. Carry out autorotative landing
  8. What are the signs and the procedure for a Low Power setting Tail rotor fixed Pitch?
    • You will notice nose coming to the right when you lower power like coming in to land from cruise flight. Low power setting, fixed left pedal...
    • 1. Reduce airspeed to 70 kts
    • 2. press Hyd button 3-5 seconds
    • 3. Shallow, faster approach (50 kts when 300' or less).
    • 4. perform running landing
  9. What is the procedure for a high power setting fixed pitch failure?
    • Nose will yaw to the right when adjusting power after takeoff. High power - fixed right pedal. (After takeoff)
    • 1. Perform steeper than normal, slower approach.
  10. What is the procedure for smoke in the cockpit?
    • 1. Turn heating, demisting off.
    • 2. Smoke cleared?
    • Yes - continue flight
    • No - 
    • 3. Emer Switch off
    • 4. Dct/Bat - off
    • 5. Bat/Epu - off
    • 6. Gene - off
    • 7. Avionic - off
    • 8. Ventilate cabin
    • 9. When smoke clears:
    • All electric consumers off
    • 10. Emer switch on
    • 11. Dct/Bat - on check DC parameters
    • 12. Bat/Epu - On check DC parameters
    • 13. Gene - on check dc parameters
    • If DC parameters are not correct:
    • 12. Gene - off
    • 13. Unneccesary equipment off
    • land as soon as practical
    • If DC parameters are correct:
    • 12. Avionic - On
    • 13. All consumers - On, one by one to indentify the failed system: then keep off.

    Note: when emer sw is actuated or battery and generator are offline, the VEMD goes off and only the analog NR indication remains on. Apply procedure for failure of both screens
  11. VEMD Failure of one screen
    • 1. Off1 or Off2
    • 2. Read all available information on the other screen
    • 3. Information is available using the scroll button on the VEMD or collective
    • 4. If top VEMD fails 3-parameters engine page will be on bottom screen
  12. VEMD failure of both screens
    • To avoid any power over limit, the maximum authorized power will be the power needed to establish level flight with the following law:
    •  
    • IAS - 100 kt at 0 Hp (-2 kt/1000')

    Land as soon as practical

    Carry out a no hover landing

    NR is constant at 394 RPM
  13. What is the procedure for a Nr indication failure?
    • 1. Maintain Tq >10%
    • 2. Nr reading given by N2 pointer
    • Land as soon as practical
  14. What is the procedure for an N2 indication failure?
    • 1. Nr indication - check in the green with Tq < 0.
    • 2. Continue flight
  15. What is the procedure for Engine oil Temperature over limit?
    • Indication will be on VEMD
    • 1. Set airspeed to 80 KIAS

    • If temp decreases:
    • Land as soon as practical

    • If temp doesn't descrease:
    • Land as soon as possible
  16. Engine oil pressure low
    1. CWP - check ENG P

    • If lit - land immediately
    • 3. apply autorotation procedure
    • 4. shut down engine time permitting

    • If not light
    • 3. CWP light test - complete
    • 4. If ENG P doesnt light up land immediately, If ENG P lights up - Land as soon as practical.

  17. Loss of N1 parameter on VEMD
    • 1. Comply with the max Trq value and TOT of 842 degrees.
    • 2. In this case the TOT limitations displayed are the starting limitations.
    • 3. Land as soon as practical
  18. Loss of Torquemeter indication on VEMD
    • Comply with the N1 using the N1 table chart
    • Land as soon as practical
  19. Eng Fire Light goes on in flight
    • Indicates fire in the engine bay.
    • 1. Land immediately (enter auto)
    • 2. lower collective
    • 3. Establish Vy
    • 4. Enter Auto
    • 5. Emergency fuel shut off handle off
    • 6. Starting selector to Off
  20. Eng Fire Light goes on at start up
    • 1. Start selector to off
    • 2. Emergency fuel shut off - Aft
    • 3. Fuel P - Off
    • 4. Crank - press for 10 sec
    • 5. Emer SW - Off
    • 6. Rotor brake applied below 170 RPM
    • Evacuate
  21. Eng Fire Light goes on during hover, takeoff or final
    • 1. Land immediately
    • 2. Carry out a no hover powered landing
    • 3. once on ground apply fire on ground procedure
  22. Gov light comes on in flight
    • 1. Check flight parameters
    • Emergency Gov mode self engages and Gov light illumiates
    • 2. Collective pitch - avoid abrupt changes
    • 3. Maintain N1 > 80%
    • Land as soon as practical
    • 4. make a powered approach avoid steep angle
    • 5. After touchdown slowly lower pitch
    • 6. Starting selector - Off
  23. Gov light comes on during starting
    1. Starting selector to off position immediately
  24. Yellow Gov light comes on - minor FADEC failure
    • Governing degraded
    • 1. Avoid abrupt power changes on collective
    • 2. Maintain airspeed below VNE power off
    • Land as soon as practical 
    • do not start engine once on ground
  25. Yellow Gov light flashing during startup or shut down.
    • Gov redundancy failure, no impact on governing function
    • 1. Abort startup procedure
    • 2. cancel autorotation training return to base
  26. Eng P
    • Engine oil pressure below limits
    • 1. check gauge if low or nil:
    • 2. Land immediately 
    • 3. Enter Autorotation
    • 4. shut down engine time permitting
  27. TWT Grip
    • 1. Turn twist grip to Flight position
    • continue flight
  28. Yellow Eng Chip light comes on
    • 1. Reduce power
    • Land as soon as possible
    • 2. Low power approach and landing
    • 3. Be prepared for engine failure
  29. MGB P light comes on
    • 1. Reduce power
    • 2. Land as soon as possible 
    •  If no safe landing site available continue flight to suitable site at minimum Vy.
  30. Yellow MGB T light comes on
    • 1. Set IAS to Vy
    • 2. Monitor CWP to see if light extinguishes
    • 3. If not land as soon as possible
  31. Yellow MGT Chip light comes on
    • 1. Reduce power
    • 2. Monitor MGB temp and MGB P
    • 3. Land as soon as possible
  32. Yellow TGB Chip light comes on
    • Avoid prolonged hovering
    • 1. Says I can continue flight but im going to land as soon as possible...
  33. Hyd Light comes on in flight
    • 1. Smoothly lower collective set airspeed 40-60 kts
    • 2. Switch off Hyd collective switch
    • Land as soon as possible
    • 3. Perform flat approach into wind
    • 4. make a slow no hover landing
  34. Hydo Light comes on in hover
    • 1. Land normally
    • 2. Twist grip to idle
    • 3. collective locked
    • 4. starting selector off
  35. BATT Temp light comes on
    • Battery is hot!
    • 1. BAT/EPU to off
    • 2. U bus voltage - check
    • If above Umax:
    • 3. BAT/EPU on
    • 4. GENE off
    • 5. Unnecessary equipment off 
    • Land as soon as practical
    • If normal:
    • Land as soon as practical
  36. Yellow Batt light comes on
    • Battery is offline
    • 1. Bat/EPU check on
    • If on:
    • 2. Check voltage on VEMD
    • Land as soon as practical
    • If Off:
    • 2. Bat/EPU On
    • 3. Check Yellow Batt light out
    • 4. Continue flight
  37. Gene caution light comes on
    • generator offline
    • 1. U bus on VEMD - check
    • 2. Gene - Check on
    • If on:
    • 3. Gene RST - circuit breaker - check not popped
    • 4. Gene RST - Press
    • If Gene light still on
    • 5. Turn off unnecessary equipment
    • 6. Land as soon as practical
  38. Inv caution light comes on
    • AC power supply failure
    • check to see if INV is on...
    • will lose all AC consumers
    • continue flight
  39. Yellow fuel caution light comes on
    • Fuel quantity (15 minutes of fuel!)
    • 1. Land as soon as possible
    • Avoid large attitude changes
  40. Yellow Fuel P light comes on
    • Low fuel pressure
    • 1. Reduce power
    • 2. Fuel P - On
    • Land as soon as possible
    • Low power approach to landing
    • Be prepared for Engine flame out
  41. Yellow Fuel Filter Caution light comes on
    • Fuel filter pre-clogged
    • 1. Land as soon as practical
    • 2. Monitor VEMD and if N1 ossilations occur
    • Land immediately
  42. Fuel filter Light flashing at idle, during start or shut down
    • Fuel filter preclogged 
    • Max 3 hours before maintenance needs to be performed

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