MC-12W Operational Limits Version 3

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MC-12W Operational Limits Version 3
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2013-09-06 21:15:22
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Ops Limits for the MC-12W
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  1. Maneuvering Speed (VA):  Non-ER
    184 KIAS
  2. Maneuvering Speed (VA):  ER
    182 KIAS
  3. Max Flap Extension/Extended (VFE) - Approach:  Non-ER & ER
    202 KIAS
  4. Max Flap Extension/Extended (VFE) - Full Down:  Non-ER & ER
    158 KIAS
  5. Max Landing Gear Operating Speed (VLO) - Extension:  Non-ER
    184 KIAS
  6. Max Landing Gear Operating Speed (VLO) - Extension:  ER
    182 KIAS
  7. Max Landing Gear Operating Speed (VLO) - Retraction:  Non-ER
    166 KIAS
  8. Max Landing Gear Operating Speed (VLO) - Retraction:  ER
    164 KIAS
  9. Air Min Control Speed (VMCA) - Flaps Up:  Non-ER
    94 KIAS
  10. Air Min Control Speed (VMCA) - Flaps Up:  ER
    101 KIAS
  11. Air Min Control Speed (VMCA) - Flaps Down:  Non-ER
    93 KIAS
  12. Air Min Control Speed (VMCA) - Flaps Down: ER
    98 KIAS
  13. Max Operating Speed (VMO) To 21,000’ (ER 24,000’):  Non-ER
    263 KIAS
  14. Max Operating Speed (VMO) To 21,000’ (ER 24,000’):  ER
    245 KIAS
  15. Max Operating Speed (VMO) Above 21,000’ (ER 24,000’):  Non-ER
    .58M
  16. Max Operating Speed (VMO) Above 21,000’ (ER 24,000’):  ER
    .58M
  17. Two Engine Best Rate of Climb (VY):  Non-ER
    140 KIAS
  18. Two Engine Best Rate of Climb (VY):  ER
    135 KIAS
  19. Turbulent Air Penetration:  Non-ER
    170 KIAS
  20. Turbulent Air Penetration:  ER
    170 KIAS
  21. Max Airspeed for Effective Windshield Anti-icing:  Non-ER
    226 KIAS
  22. Max Airspeed for Effective Windshield Anti-icing:  ER
    226 KIAS
  23. Min Airspeed for Sustained Flight in Icing:  Non-ER
    140 KIAS
  24. Min Airspeed for Sustained Flight in Icing:  ER
    140 KIAS
  25. Intentional One-Engine Inop Speed (VSSE):  Non-ER
    110 KIAS
  26. Intentional One-Engine Inop Speed (VSSE):  ER
    135 KIAS
  27. One-Engine Inop Best Angle of Climb (VXSE):  Non-ER
    125 KIAS
  28. One-Engine Inop Best Angle of Climb (VXSE):  ER
    135 KIAS
  29. One-Engine Inop Best Rate of Climb (VYSE, Blue Line):  Non-ER
    125 KIAS
  30. One-Engine Inop Best Rate of Climb (VYSE, Blue Line):  ER
    135 KIAS
  31. Emergency Descent:  Non-ER
    184 KIAS
  32. Emergency Descent:  ER
    182 KIAS
  33. Max Range Glide:  Non-ER
    135 KIAS
  34. Max Range Glide:  ER
    135 KIAS
  35. Max Ramp Weight:  Non-ER
    15,100 lbs
  36. Max Ramp Weight:  ER
    16,600 lbs
  37. Max Takeoff Weight:  Non-ER
    15,000 lbs
  38. Max Takeoff Weight: ER
    16,500 lbs
  39. Max Landing Weight:  Non-ER
    15,000 lbs
  40. Max Landing Weight:  ER
    15,675 lbs
  41. Usable Fuel:  Non-ER
    3,611 lbs
  42. Usable Fuel:  ER
    5,192 lbs
  43. Planned recovery:  Non-ER/ER
    550 lbs
  44. Minimum Fuel:  Non-ER/ER
    400 lbs
  45. Emergency Fuel:  Non-ER/ER
    300 lbs
  46. Max Imbalance:  Non-ER/ER
    300 lbs
  47. Min T/O Fuel (per side)
    265 lbs
  48. Max Wind (any direction)
    50 knots
  49. Max winds:  RCR 12 and above
    25 knots
  50. Max Tailwind Component
    10 knots
  51. Max Cabin Diff (psi)
    6.6 psid
  52. CABIN DIFF HI (psi) @:
    6.9 +/- 0.3 psid
  53. CABIN ALTITUDE HI (ft)
    12,000 ft
  54. Max Torque:  T/O, Max Cont, Cruise
    100%
  55. Max Torque:  Cruise Climb
    100%
  56. Max Torque:  Transient
    156% for 20 seconds
  57. Max Torque:  Throttle Push
    100%
  58. Max ITT (deg C):  Starting
    1,000 for 5 seconds
  59. Max ITT (deg C):  Idle
    750
  60. Max ITT (deg C):  T/O, Max Cont, Cruise
    820
  61. Max ITT (deg C):  Cruise Climb
    785
  62. Max ITT (deg C):  Transient
    850 for 20 seconds
  63. Max ITT (deg C):  Throttle Push
    870 for 5 minutes
  64. N1% - Gas Gen:  Idle
    62 minimum
  65. Max N1% - Gas Gen:  T/O, Max Cont, Cruise
    104
  66. Max N1% - Gas Gen:  Cruise Climb
    104
  67. Max N1% - Gas Gen:  Transient
    104
  68. Max N1% - Gas Gen:  Throttle Push
    104
  69. Prop RPM N2:  Idle
    1050 minimum
  70. Max Prop RPM N2:  T/O, Max Cont, Cruise
    1700
  71. Max Prop RPM N2:  Cruise Climb
    1700
  72. Max Prop RPM N2:  Transient
    1870 for 20 seconds
  73. Max Prop RPM N2:  Throttle Push
    1700
  74. Oil Pressure (PSI):  Starting
    0 - 200
  75. Oil Pressure (PSI):  Idle
    60 minimum
  76. Oil Pressure (PSI):  T/O, Max Cont, Cruise
    90 - 135
  77. Oil Pressure (PSI):  Cruise Climb
    90 - 135
  78. Oil Pressure (PSI):  Transient
    200
  79. Oil Pressure (PSI):  Throttle Push
    90 - 135
  80. Oil Temp (deg C):  Starting
    -40 minimum
  81. Oil Temp (deg C):  Idle
    -40 - 110
  82. Oil Temp (deg C):  T/O, Max Cont, Cruise
    0 - 110
  83. Oil Temp (deg C):  Cruise Climb
    0 - 110
  84. Oil Temp (deg C):  Transient
    0 - 110
  85. Oil Temp (deg C):  Throttle Push
    0 - 110
  86. Inadvertent torque excursions up to ____% are time limited to ____ min.
    • 102
    • 7
  87. Sustained prop overspeeds faster than ____ RPM indicate failure of the primary governor. Flight may be continued at propeller overspeeds up to ____ RPM, provided torque is limited to _____. Sustained propeller overspeeds faster than _______ RPM indicate failure of both the primary governor and the secondary governor and such overspeeds are not approved. Inadvertent propeller excursions up to ____ RPM are time limited to ____ min.
    • 1700
    • 1768
    • 96%
    • 1768
    • 1735
    • 7
  88. Oil pressures under ____ psi are undesirable. Under emergency conditions, to complete a flight, a lower oil pressure limit of ________ psi is permissible at a reduced power level not to exceed ____% torque. Oil pressures below ____psi are unsafe and require that either the engine be shut down or a landing be made at the nearest suitable airport, using the minimum power required to sustain flight. Fluctuations of ±____ psi are acceptable.
    • 90
    • 60
    • 62
    • 60
    • 10
  89. Starter is limited to ____ sec. ON, ____ min. OFF, ____ sec. ON, ____ min. OFF, ____ sec. ON, then ____ min. OFF.
    • 30
    • 5
    • 30
    • 5
    • 30
    • 30
  90. Load Factor (Gs) - Flaps Up:  Non-ER
    -1.24 - 3.1
  91. Load Factor (Gs) - Flaps Up:  ER
    -1.21 - 3.01
  92. Load Factor (Gs) - Flaps Down:  Non-ER
    0 - 2.0
  93. Load Factor (Gs) - Flaps Down:  ER
    0 - 2.0
  94. Min Battery for start
    23V
  95. Min Battery to use ext power
    20V
  96. External Power Cart
    28V - 28.4V
  97. Cart - Sustained / Momentary
    300 / 1000 Amps
  98. Landing gear cycles (1 up - 1 down) limited to ____ every ____ min. for ____ cycles followed by a ____ min. cool down.
    • 1
    • 5
    • 6
    • 15
  99. Rudder boost must be ____ for ____.
    • operational
    • all flights
  100. Autofeather must be operable for ____, and must be armed during ____, ____, ____, and ____.
    • all flights
    • T/O
    • climb
    • approach
    • landing
  101. Engine Anti-ice must be ON for operation in ambient temperatures of ____°C or below when flight free of __________ ___________ cannot be assured.
    • +5
    • visible moisture
  102. Engine Anti-ice must be OFF for takeoff operations when ambient temperature exceeds  ____°C
    +10
  103. The order in which the fuel tanks must be filled is ____, ____, then ____.
    • main
    • auxiliary
    • extended range
  104. Sustained flight in icing conditions with flaps extended is prohibited except for ____ and ____.
    • approach
    • landing

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