Hawker 800XP

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Hawker 800XP
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2010-07-04 18:40:00
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Hawker 800XP Limitations Emergency Procedures
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Hawker 800XP Limitations and Emergency Procedures
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  1. VMO - VENTRAL FUEL TANK EMPTY, FLAPS 0
    335 KIAS (SEA LEVEL - 12,000 FEET)
  2. VMO - VENTRAL FUEL TANK NOT EMPTY
    280 KIAS
  3. MMO
    Mach .80
  4. MMO
    (Mach trim system fail/inoperative and autopilot disengage)
    Mach .73
  5. VA
    196 KIAS
  6. VFE/VFO - FLAPS 15
    220 KIAS
  7. VFE/VFO - FLAPS 25
    175 KIAS
  8. VFE/VFO - FLAPS 45
    165 KIAS
  9. AIR BRAKES (FLAPS 0 ONLY)
    NO LIMIT
  10. VLO/VLE
    220 KIAS
  11. BIRD STRIKE
    NORMAL CONDITIONS
    280 KIAS TO 8000 FEET
  12. BIRD STRIKE
    Cold ground soak, heat is on for required time limit
    280 KIAS to 8000 feet
  13. BIRD STRIKE
    HEAT IS OFF <-10 C
    257 KIAS TO 8000 FEET
  14. MAXIMUM TAILWIND
    (TAKEOFF AND LANDING)
    10 KIAS
  15. MAXIMUM OPERATING ALTITUDE
    41,000 FEET
  16. MAXIMUM ALTITUDE FLAPS LOWERED OR GEAR EXTENDED
    20,000 FEET
  17. MAXIMUM ALTITUDE - FLAPS 15
    (DESCENT AND HOLDING)
    15,000 FEET
  18. MINIMUM FIELD PRESSURE ALTITUDE FOR TAKEOFF AND LANDING
    -2000 FEET
  19. MAXIMUM FIELD PRESSURE ALTITUDE FOR TAKEOFF AND LANDING
    • Aircraft Equipped with High Datum (ProLine 21)
    • 13,000 feet
  20. MAXIMUM RAMP WEIGHT
    28,120 POUNDS
  21. MAXIMUM TAKEOFF WEIGHT
    28,000 POUNDS
  22. MAXIMUM LANDING WEIGHT
    23,350 POUNDS
  23. MAXIMUM ZERO FUEL WEIGHT
    18,450 POUNDS
  24. MINIMUM ZERO FUEL WEIGHT
    14,120
  25. MAXIMUM BATTERY AMPS BEFORE TAKEOFF (B1 AND B2)
    20 AMPS
  26. MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS GENERATOR LOAD
    300 AMPS
  27. MAXIMUM TRANSIENT GENERATOR LOAD
    400 AMPS (2 MIN)
  28. STARTER LIMITS
    30 sec/1 min - 30 sec/1 min - 30 sec/30 min
  29. TAKEOFF N1
    100% RPM
  30. TAKEOFF N2
    100.8% RPM
  31. TAKEOFF ITT
    978 C (5 MIN)
  32. TAKEOFF (APR OPERATING) - N1
    100% RPM
  33. TAKEOFF (APR OPERATING) - N2
    100.8% RPM
  34. TAKEOFF (APR OPERATING) - ITT
    996 C (5 MIN)
  35. TAKEOFF TRANSIENT - ITT
    1006 C (5 sec) / 1016 C (2 sec)
  36. MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS N1
    100% RPM
  37. MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS N2
    100.8% RPM
  38. MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS ITT
    968 C
  39. MAXIMUM CRUISE ITT
    932 C

    This is not a limitation, but engine life will be extended if 932 C is not exceeded during cruise operation.
  40. MAXIMUM OVERSPEED N1
    MAXIMUM OVERSPEED N2

    
    103% RPM (5 SEC)
  41. STARTING ITT
    (UNRESTRICTED)
    978 C
  42. STARTING ITT
    (TRANSIENT)
    996 C (10 SEC) / OVER 996 C (5 SEC)
  43. MAXIMUM OIL TEMPERATURE
    (SEA LEVEL TO 30,00 FEET)
    127 C
  44. MAXIMUM OIL TEMPERATURE
    (ABOVE 30,000 FEET)
    140 C
  45. MAXIMUM TRANSIENT OIL TEMPERATURE
    149 C (2 MIN)
  46. MINIMUM OIL TEMPERATURE
    (STARTING)
    -40 C
  47. MINIMUM OIL TEMPERATURE
    (TAKEOFF)
    30 C
  48. OIL PRESSURE LIMIT
    (TAKEOFF, MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS, AND CLIMB)
    38-46 PSI
  49. OIL PRESSURE LIMIT
    (MINIMUM IDLE)
    25 PSI
  50. OIL PRESSURE TRANSIENT MAXIMUM
    55 PSI (3 MIN)
  51. OIL CONSUMPTION RATE
    .01 GAL PER HOUR
  52. ENGINE FUEL COMPUTER
    REQUIRED FOR FLIGHT
  53. ENGINE SYNCHRONIZER SWITCH
    OFF FOR TAKEOFF
  54. AUTOMATIC PERFORMANCE RESERVE
    (APR)
    • MUST BE ARMED FOR TAKEOFF
    • (EXCEPT FOR CREW TRAINING ONLY)
  55. WING FUEL QUANTITY
    1268 GAL/8500 LB
  56. VENTRAL FUEL QUANTITY
    233 GAL/1500 LB
  57. TOTAL FUEL QUANTITY
    1501 GAL/10,000 LB
  58. MINIMUM WING FUEL REQUIRED WITH FUEL IN THE VENTRAL TANK
    3450 LB PER SIDE
  59. VENTRAL TANK FUEL RESTRICTION BEFORE FLIGHT
    COMPLETELY FULL OR EMPTY
  60. WING FUEL CONTENTS FOR VENTRAL TANK FUEL TRANSFER
    3300 LB PER SIDE
  61. MAXIMUM WING FUEL IMBALANCE
    (FLIGHT, TAKEOFF, AND LANDING)
    500 LBS
  62. MAXIMUM FUEL TEMPERATURE
    57 C
  63. AIRFRAME ICING REQUIREMENTS
    MUST BE CLEAR OF SNOW, ICE, AND FROST BEFORE TAKEOFF
  64. APPROVED DE-ICE FLUIDS
    TKS80, R328, OR FLUID SPECIFICATION DTD 406B
  65. ICING DETECTION LIGHT REQUIREMENTS
    MUST BE OPERATIVE PRIOR TO FLIGHT INTO ICING CONDITIONS AT NIGHT
  66. MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE FOR ALL FLIGHT REGIMES
    ISA +35 C
  67. MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
    (TAKEOFF AND LANDING)
    -40 C
  68. MINIMUM TEMPERATURE
    (ENROUTE)
    -75 C
  69. MAXIMUM RUNWAY SLOPE FOR TAKEOFF
    2% UPHILL OR DOWNHILL
  70. AIR BRAKE USAGE
    RESTRICTED TO FLAPS 0
  71. CABIN HIGH DATUM SELECTION
    LIMITED TO AIRFIELDS GREATER THAN 9,000 FEET
  72. INTER-COMPARTMENT DOOR POSITION
    OPEN DURING TAKEOFF AND LANDING
  73. LIFT DUMP USE
    ONLY WHEN AIRCRAFT IS ON GROUND
  74. MAXIMUM LOAD FACTOR
    FLAPS EXTENDED
    2.0 G
  75. MAXIMUM LOAD FACTOR
    FLAPS RETRACTED
    2.73 G
  76. MINIMUM FLIGHT CREW REQUIREMENT
    2 PILOTS
  77. MAXIMUM PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL
    8.55 PSI
  78. REJECTED TAKEOFF = OR < 90 KIAS
    (SINGLE REJECTION WAITING PERIOD)
    25 MINUTES
  79. REJECTED TAKEOFF = OR < 90 KIAS
    (TWO OR MORE REJECTIONS WAITING PERIOD)
    45 MINUTES
  80. REJECTED TAKEOFF
    >90 KIAS REQUIREMENT
    BRAKE INSPECTION
  81. GARRETT GTC36-150W AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
    NORMAL OPERATION
    100%
  82. GARRETT GTC36-150W AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
    OPERATING LIMITS
    Maximum Operating EGT
    1350 F
  83. GARRETT GTC36-150W AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
    OPERATING LIMITS
    Maximum Operating Altitude
    0 - 30,000 ft Pressure Altitude
  84. GARRETT GTC36-150W AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
    OPERATING LIMITS
    Maximum Starting Altitude
    0 - 20,000 ft Pressure Altitude
  85. GARRETT GTC36-150W AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
    STARTING CYCLE LIMITS
    Maximum Transient EGT
    15 seconds maximum duration..........1400 F to 1500 F
  86. GARRETT GTC36-150W AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
    STARTING CYCLE LIMITS
    Hung Start Duration
    • Above 50% and Below 95% RPM ...... 10 second maximum
    • Shutdown the APU if the READY TO LOAD light does not illuminate within 60 seconds of start.
  87. GARRETT GTC36-150W AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
    STARTING CYCLE LIMITS
    Starter Continuous Cranking Limits
    • 1st Start Attempt ......... 30 seconds ON/3 minutes OFF
    • 2nd Start Attempt ........... 30 seconds ON/3 minutes OFF
    • 3rd Start Attempt ............ 30 seconds ON/30 minutes OFF
  88. GARRETT GTC36-150W AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
    MAXIMUM GENERATOR ELECTRICAL LOADS
    • The Maximum Transient Generator Load May Exceed Maximum Continuous Load:
    • Maximum Continuous Operation ......... 0.80
    • Transient Operation .......... 1.2 < 10 seconds
  89. GARRETT GTC36-150W AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
    COMBINED BLEED AIR OPERATIONS
    Simultaneous operation of APU bleed air and main engine bleed air is not permitted. Both systems may be operated briefly (1 minute maximum) during change over from one system to another.
  90. GARRETT GTC36-150W AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
    OPERATION IN KNOWN ICING CONDITIONS
    • Operation in known icing conditions:
    • Flight operations of the APU are not approved when the airplane is in icing conditions
    • Ground de-icing procedures:
    • The APU must be shut down during ground de-icing operations of the airplane
  91. GARRETT GTC36-150W AUXILIARY POWER UNIT
    APU OPERATION DURING AIRPLANE REFUELING
    • Airplane refueling with the APU running is limited to center point refuel only. Gravity wing refueling is prohibited with the APU running.
    • Starting of the APU while refueling is in progress is prohibited.
    • Airplane refueling with the APU running is prohibited if the ambient temperature is above 40 C or when the airplane contains JP4 or is being refueled with JP4.
    • Airplane boost pumps must be OFF prior to commencing refueling operations.
  92. ENGINE FIRE, FAILURE OR INADVERTENT THRUST REVERSER DEPLOYMENT DURING TAKEOFF

    Below V1 - Takeoff Aborted
    • Thrust Levers: Close
    • Brakes: Apply
    • AIR BRAKES: Deploy
    • Thrust Reversers: Deploy
  93. ENGINE FIRE, FAILURE OR INADVERTENT THRUST REVERSER DEPLOYMENT DURING TAKEOFF

    After V1 - Takeoff Continued
    • Landing Gear (when positive climb established): UP
    • Main Air Valves: CLOSE Both
    • F/DK Valve: CLOSE
  94. ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT

    Fire Bell Sounds and
    ENG 1 FIRE Annunciator and ENG 1 FIRE Repeater
    Or
    ENG 2
    FIRE Annunciator and ENG 2 FIRE ↑ Repeater
    Thrust Lever (Affected Engine): Close

    • If Fire Warning Persists:
    • HP COCK (affected engine) : Close
    • LP COCK (affected engine): Close
    • ENG EXT: SHOT 1

    • If Engine Shutdown Occurs During Initial Climb:
    • MAIN AIR VLVs 1 & 2: Close
    • F/DK VLV: Close
  95. ENGINE FIRE ON GROUND

    Fire Bell Sounds and
    ENG 1
    FIRE Annunciator and ENG 1 FIRE ↑ Repeater
    Or
    ENG 2 FIRE Annunciator and ENG 2 FIRE ↑ Repeater
    • START PWR switch (Starting Only): PUSH FOR ABORT
    • HP COCK (Affected Engine): CLOSE
    • LP COCK (Affected Engine): CLOSE
    • ENG EXT (Affected Engine): SHOT 1
  96. OIL LOW PRESSURE

    Annunciators:
    OIL 1 LO PRESS or OIL 2 LO PRESS
    OIL PRESSURE: Check gauge reading

    • If Below 25 PSI:
    • HP COCK (affected engine): CLOSE
  97. DOUBLE ENGINE FAILURE
    • ProLine 21:
    • ENG IGNITION 1 & 2: ON
    • Thrust Levers: CLOSE
    • Crew Oxygen: Don mask if above 15,000 feet
    • Mic Selector: OXY-MIC is above 15,000 feet
    • Engine Indications: Monitor
  98. INADVERTENT THRUST REVERSER DEPLOYMENT IN FLIGHT

    Annunciators:
    UNLCK and REVRS
    HP COCK (affected engine): CLOSE
  99. DEPRESSURIZATION

    Horn Sounds and CABIN ALTITUDE Annunciator
    • ProLine 21:
    • Crew Oxygen: Don Masks
    • Mic Selector: OXY-MIC
  100. REAR EQUIPMENT BAY OVERHEAT

    Annunciator:
    REAR BAY OVHT
    • MAIN AIR VLVs 1 & 2: CLOSE
    • F/DK VLV: OPEN Fully
  101. HIGH PRESSURE AIR OVERHEAT

    Annunciators:
    HP AIR 1 OVHT or HP AIR 2 OVHT
    • MAIN AIR VLV (affected engine): CLOSE
    • F/DK VLV: CLOSE
  102. EMERGENCY DESCENT
    • Thrust Levers: CLOSE
    • Speed: MMO/VMO unless structural damage is suspected
    • AIR BRAKE: OPEN
  103. ELECTRICAL FIRE OR SMOKE
    • ProLine 21:
    • Crew Oxygen: Don Masks - 100% EMERG
    • Mic Selector: OXY-MIC
    • Smoke Goggles: Don and Vent
    • Cabin Notices: ON
  104. FUSELAGE FIRE OR SMOKE

    Fire or smoke from cabin furnishings or equipment other than from electrical/electronic sources.
    • ProLine 21:
    • Crew Oxygen: Don Masks - 100% EMERG
    • Mic Selector: OXY-MIC
    • Smoke Goggles: Don and Vent
    • Cabin Notices: ON
  105. SMOKE FROM AIR CONDITIONING DUCTS
    • ProLine 21:
    • Crew Oxygen: Don Masks - 100% EMERG
    • Mic Selector: OXY-MIC
    • Smoke Goggles: Don and Vent
    • Cabin Notices: ON
  106. BRAKE FAILURE

    Total or partial (asymmetric) failure of normal braking
    • Brake Pedals: Release
    • WHEEL BRAKE Lever: EMERGY
    • Brake Pedals: Apply gently - Use one continuous application if possible
  107. EGPWS WARNING

    PULL UP MESSAGE ON PFD and/or PULL UP, or TERRAIN, TERRAIN PULL UP or OBSTACLE, OBSTACLE, PULL UP AURAL ALERT
    • Go-Around button: Push
    • Thrust: Take-off N1
    • Pitch Attitude: Increase and climb as required to avoid terrain/obstacle
  108. WINDSHEAR WARNING

    RED WINDSHEAR MESSAGE ON PFD and/or WINDSHEAR, WINDSHEAR, WINDSHEAR AURAL ALERT
    • Go-Around button: Push
    • Thrust: Take-off N1
    • Pitch Attitude: Increase as required to arrest descent, allowing airspeed to decrease to intermittent stick shaker activation
  109. EMERGENCY EVACUATION
    • Airplane: Stop
    • WHEEL BRAKE Lever: PARK
    • HP COCKS: CLOSE
    • LP COCKS: CLOSE
    • EMERG LIGHTS (if required): MAN
    • PA: Order Evacuation
    • DUMP VALVE: OPEN
    • BATT: OFF
  110. FIRE BELL SOUNDS AND

    APU PANEL - APU FIRE
    with
    MWS PANEL - APU FIRE
    • STOP: Push momentarily
    • MASTER: OFF
    • FIRE Extinguisher: Lift Guard, Select ON

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