Growler NATOPS

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Growler NATOPS
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  1. Airspeed required to maintain 12% RPM for a windmill start?
    350K
  2. When SE, hyd sys switches from 3000 to 5000psi above what airspeed? And it drops from 5000 to 3000psi at what airspeed?
    • 500K
    • 480K
  3. APU restart envelope
    • <250K
    • <10,000'
  4. When is ignition on?
    • 10-45% during start
    • flameout
    • when throttle is in AB until AB is lit
    • trigger squeeze +5 sec for any A/G or A/A weapon
  5. AMAD powers what items?
    • fuel boost/motive flow pump
    • generator
    • hyd pump
  6. Ice penetration
    • increase speed until inlet tems are >5*C
    • maintain AOA >6*
    • lower gear as late as possible
  7. Normal fuel flow
    • internal wing tanks>tank 4
    • externals feed to tank 1>tank 2> left eng
    • externals feed to tank 4>tank 3> right eng
  8. Fuel transfer
    • motive flow transfers engine feed (tanks 2/3) and wing tank fuel
    • electric pumps for fuselage transfer (tanks 1/4) and dump
    • engine bleed air transfers external tanks. External transfer stops with IFR probe extended or hook/gear handle down.
  9. Feed tank balancing
    SDC keeps tanks 2/3 within 100# of each other once tank 4 is empty
  10. Fuel dump
    • 1300#/min
    • stops when:
    •     -switch is off
    •     -bingo reached
    •     -tanks 1 and 4 are empty
    •     -FUEL LOW caution comes on
  11. FUEL LOW light
    <1125# in either feed tank
  12. FUEL XFER caution
    when wing tank asymmetry >350# 
  13. Yaw rate tone
    • UA only
    • on at 40*/sec
    • solid at 60*/sec
  14. AOA warning tone
    • PA only
    • on at 14*
    • solid by 35*
  15. How much fuel is in each tank?
    • tank 1     1430#
    • tank 2     2660#
    • tank 3     2680#
    • tank 4     3860#
    • (total fuselage 10,630#)
    • wings     1670#/1670#
    • (total internal 13,970#)
    • CL          3220#
  16. At what a/s does hyd pressure change?
    • 3000psi   <380k
    • 5000psi   >380k (500k if SE)
    • utilities are always at 3000psi
  17. Leak isolation
    • -lose circuit A if <50% remaining
    • -regain A and lose B if <30% remaining
    • -regain both if <15% remaining
  18. Hydraulic switching valve
    if <900psi (+/- 100psi) on primary system, switching valve mechanically changes to secondary hydraulic power (switches back if primary system is >2000psi)
  19. Hydraulic
    Forward isolation valve (LAWNN)
    • gear handle up, gear up and locked
    • launch bar
    • antiskid
    • wheel brakes
    • NWS
    • nose gear
  20. Hydraulic
    Aft isolation and arming valve
    • open with WonW, closed inflight
    • aft isolation manually opened with hook retract or HYD ISOL switch in Oride
    • arming valve manually opened by emer gear or emer probe extension
    • hook retract
    • parking brake
    • emergency brake
  21. APU accumulator
    • maintained by trickle charge from HYD 2A
    • if HYD 2 fail will provide pressure for:
    • emer landing gear
    • emer probe extension
    • emer NWS
    • emer brakes
  22. Brake accumulator
    • full at 3000psi
    • maintained by trickle charge from HYD 2A
    • emergency brakes use HYD 2B and APU acuumulator
    • will get BRK ACCUM light if pressure <2000psi (5 applications left)
    • provides parking brake with engines off
    • provides emer brakes with HYD 2 failure
  23. Wheels warning
    • <7500'
    • <175k
    • >250fpm rate of descent
    • gear not down and locked
  24. Antiskid
    • inop <14k
    • inop with emergency brakes
    • when gear lowered, system turned on inflight, or on deck with the parking brake set, system starts 4.5 sec bit after 9 sec (do not cycle anti-skid <30 sec prior to landing)
  25. Arresting hook
    • gravity lowered
    • need HYD 2B to retract
  26. HYD caution
    circuit pressure <1400psi
  27. HYD 5000 caution
    unable to provide 5000psi when commanded
  28. The loss of which circuits will make the jet uncontrollable?
    Hyd 1B/2A/2B
  29. Systems lost with Hyd 2A failure
    • landing gear extend/retract
    • antiskid
    • wheelbrakes
    • NWS
    • normal probe extend
    • launch bar
  30. Generators
    • on at 60%, off at 52%
    • if either generator fails the bus tie will close, connecting the two buses
  31. GEN TIE light
    • ac buses are isolated
    • parking brake NOT pulled prior to first engine start
  32. TR failure
    • single TR-no indication
    • dual TR will lose:
    • -HUD
    • -bleed air (pressure and OBOGS)
  33. Battery
    • provides 5-10 min of power to FCC
    • auto shutoff after 2 min if APU is not online
    • with 1 gen online, gauge should be >28v
  34. BATT SW caution light
    • battery on without external AC power (before engine start)
    • battery switch off inflight
  35. Maintenance bus
    • ladder
    • canopy
    • APU start
    • gen tie logic
    • SMP and maint code checks
    • airborne: FCC and INS keep alive logic
  36. Dual gen failure
    • lose all displays
    • lose cabin pressure
    • caution lights inop
    • RPM and EGT only on EFD
    • comm 1 only
    • must use standby instruments
    • must use emer gear (no anti-skid)
  37. Battery power during dual gen failure
    • battery switch must be on to power FCCs
    • if battery gauge = 28v, PMGs are powering FCCs
    • if battery gauge = 24v, battery is powering FCCs (land ASAP)
  38. Electrical reset
    resets generator, PMG or electrical relay
  39. CBs in cockpit
    • L side: FCC 1 and 2, launch bar
    • R side: FCC 3 and 4, hook, landing gear
  40. Parking brake
    • must be set to run anti-skid bit, gen tie logic, or INS alignment
    • will get PARK BRAKE light if set with RPM>80%
  41. Nose gear extension
    • HYD 2A
    • Nose gear will not retract if:
    • -nose WonW switch failure
    • -launch bar failed to retract
  42. Emergency gear extension
    • acutuated by APU accum pressure
    • <170k
  43. NWS
    • primary HYD 2A
    • backup with HYD 2B and APU accum (NWS cue flashes if using APU accum pressure)
    • auto disengage with:
    • -WoffW
    • -launch bar down
    • -power off FCCs
    • automatically engages on touchdown with WonW
  44. APU ACCUM light
    • if accumulatore pressure is <2450psi
    • inflight after
    • -APU start
    • -after emer gear extension
    • -after emergency probe extension
  45. PMG
    Permanent Magnetic Generator
    • on at 50%, off at 20%
    • one on each AMAD
    • NOT controlled by generator switch
  46. GEN light
    • generator is not producing AC power
    • single GEN light with AMAD PR caution could indicate major mechanical damage
  47. ECS
    primary bleed air pressure regulator and shut-off valves
    • valve located off of each engine, prior to Y junction
    • will close if air or electricity is lost
    • can be closed by BALD
  48. ECS
    secondary bleed air pressure regulator and shut-off valve
    • downstream of Y junction
    • electrically controlled by the OFF and AUG PULL position of the bleed air knob
    • will fail to the open position
    • can be closed by BALD
  49. Bleed air knob - OFF
    • secures all 3 bleed air pressure and regulator shut-off valves
    • will lose:
    • -OBOGS
    • -cabin pressure
    • -external fuel transfer
    • -crossbleed start
    • -g-suit
    • -windshield anti-ice and rain removal
    • Bleed air valves will close during fire test. Must rotate BA knob OFF then NORM to reset valves and cautions.
  50. Bleed air knob-AUG PULL
    • augments ECS air for avionics cooling
    • will override APU shutdown
    • must have:
    • -WonW
    • -APU on
    • -bleed air knob in any position besides OFF
  51. ECS modes
    • AUTO (normal)
    • -WonW and throttles idle - aft avionics cooling fan is primary source of avionics cooling, ECS is secondary
    • -WonW, either throttle >74% or inflight - ECS provides all avionics cooling
    • MAN (prohibited)
    • OFF/RAM
    • -stops normal flow
    • -ram air for scoop for cockpit airflow
    • -emergency avionics cooling fan for avionics cooling
  52. Defog handle
    • HIGH-airflow to windshield
    • NORM-airflow to cockpit louvers and windshield
    • LOW-airflow to cockpit louvers and foot heater
  53. Cabin pressure schedule
    • 0-8k: ambient
    • 8k-24.5k: 8,000'
    • >24.5k: .4 x a/c altitude
  54. Cabin pressure switch
    • NORM: on schedule
    • DUMP: dumps cabin pressure, normal ECS flow to cockpit and avionics
    • RAM/DUMP: dumps cabin pressure, stops ECS airflow
  55. AV COOL switch
    • ram air scoop for emergency cooling of FCC A, one AHRS, right T/R
    • maintain >325k
  56. BALD
    bleed air leak detection
    • shuts down ECS flow if leak detected
    • if leak detected downstream of Y junction will get both L BLD/R BLD
    • can close pri/sec pressure regulator valves
  57. OBOGS DEGD caution
    • concentration falls
    • hose disconnected
    • mask removed without securing Oxy flow
  58. Two CAS modes
    • Up-Auto (UA)
    • -Flaps-AUTO
    • ->240k
    • Powered Approach (PA)
    • -Flaps-HALF or FULL
    • -<240k
  59. Indications of a spin
    • 120KCAS (+/- 10KCAS)
    • yaw rate threshold exceeded
    • -15-20*/sec for 15 sec or 50-60*/sec for 2s

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