MC-12 Critical Action Procedures v5 and Ops Limits v3

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MC-12 Critical Action Procedures v5 and Ops Limits v3
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  1. ENGINE FIRE ON GROUND
    • CONDITION LEVER - CUTOFF
    • FIREWALL VALVE - CLOSE
    • STARTER - STARTER ONLY
    • EXTINGUISHER (IF FIRE WARNING PERSISTS) - ACTUATE
  2. EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN ON GROUND
    • CONDITION LEVERS - CUTOFF
    • PROPS - FEATHER
    • FIREWALL VALVE - CLOSE
    • MASTER SWITCH - OFF
    • BATT BUS - OFF
    • ESIS - OFF
  3. TAKEOFF ABORT
    • POWER - GROUND FINE
    • BRAKES - AS REQUIRED
  4. ENGINE FAILURE TAKEOFF CONTINUED
    • V1 - ROTATE
    • POWER - MAX ALLOWABLE
    • GEAR - UP
    • AIRSPEED - V2 TO ACCEL HEIGHT (400' AGL MIN)
    • PROP (INOP ENG) - VERIFY FEATHERED
  5. ENGINE FIRE / FAILURE IN FLIGHT
    • CONDITION LEVER - CUTOFF
    • PROP - FEATHER
    • FIREWALL VALVE - CLOSE
    • EXTINGQUISHER (IF FIRE WARING PERSISTS) - ACTUATE
  6. ENVIRONMENTAL SMOKE / FUMES
    • OXYGEN MASK - DON
    • MASK SELECTOR SWITCH - EMER
    • MIC - OXY
  7. Maneuvering Speed (VA) Non-ER
    184
  8. Maneuvering Speed (VA) ER
    182
  9. Max Flap Extension/Extended (VFE) Approach Non-ER
    202
  10. Max Flap Extension/Extended (VFE) Approach ER
    202
  11. Max Flap Extension/Extended (VFE) Full Down Non-ER
    158
  12. Max Flap Extension/Extended (VFE) Full Down ER
    185
  13. Max Landing Gear Operating Speed (VLO) Extension Non-ER
    184
  14. Max Landing Gear Operating Speed (VLO) Extension ER
    182
  15. Max Landing Gear Operating Speed (VLO) Retraction Non-ER
    166
  16. Max Landing Gear Operating Speed (VLO) Retraction ER
    164
  17. Air Min Control Speed (VMCA) Flaps Up Non-ER
    94
  18. Air Min Control Speed (VMCA) Flaps Up ER
    101
  19. Air Min Control Speed (VMCA) Flaps Down Non-ER
    93
  20. Air Min Control Speed (VMCA) Flaps Down ER
    98
  21. Max Operating Speed (VMO) To 21,000’ Non-ER
    263
  22. Max Operating Speed (VMO) To 24,000’ ER
    245
  23. Max Operating Speed (VMO) Above 21,000’ Non-ER
    .58M
  24. Max Operating Speed (VMO) Above 24,000’ ER
    .58M
  25. Two Engine Best Rate of Climb (VY) Non-ER
    140
  26. Two Engine Best Rate of Climb (VY) ER
    135
  27. Turbulent Air Penetration Non-ER
    170
  28. Turbulent Air Penetration ER
    170
  29. Max Airspeed for Effective Windshield Anti-icing Non-ER
    226
  30. Max Airspeed for Effective Windshield Anti-icing ER
    226
  31. Min Airspeed for Sustained Flight in Icing Non-ER
    140
  32. Min Airspeed for Sustained Flight in Icing ER
    140
  33. Intentional One-Engine Inop Speed (VSSE) Non-ER
    110
  34. Intentional One-Engine Inop Speed (VSSE) ER
    135
  35. One-Engine Inop Best Angle of Climb (VXSE) Non-ER
    125
  36. One-Engine Inop Best Angle of Climb (VXSE) ER
    135
  37. One-Engine Inop Best Rate of Climb (VYSE, Blue Line) Non-ER
    125
  38. One-Engine Inop Best Rate of Climb (VYSE, Blue Line) ER
    135
  39. Emergency Descent Non-ER
    184
  40. Emergency Descent ER
    182
  41. Max Range Glide Non-ER
    135
  42. Max Range Glide ER
    135
  43. Max Ramp Weight Non-ER
    15,100
  44. Max Ramp Weight ER
    16,600
  45. Max TO Weight Non-ER
    15,000
  46. Max TO Weight ER
    16,500
  47. Max Landing Weight Non-ER
    15,000
  48. Max Landing Weight ER
    15,675
  49. Usable Fuel Non ER
    3,611
  50. Usable Fuel ER
    5,192
  51. Planned Recovery Fuel
    550
  52. Minimum Fuel
    400
  53. Emergency Fuel
    300
  54. Min TO Fuel (per side)
    265
  55. Max Wind (any direction)
    50
  56. Max Wind with RCR 12 and above
    25
  57. Max Tailwind Component
    10
  58. Max Cabin Diff
    6.6
  59. CABIN DIFF HI
    6.9 ±0.3
  60. CABIN ALTITUDE HI
    12,000'
  61. Max Starting ITT
    1000 (5 sec.)
  62. Max Idle ITT
    750
  63. Max TO, Cont, Cruise ITT
    820
  64. Max Cruise Climb ITT
    785
  65. Max Transient ITT
    850 (20 sec.)
  66. Max Throttle Push ITT
    870 (5 min.)
  67. Max TO, Cont, Cruise Torque
    100
  68. Max Cruise Climb Torque
    100
  69. Max Transient Torque
    156 (20 sec.)
  70. Max Throttle Push Torque
    100
  71. Min Idle N1%
    62
  72. Max N1% for TO, Cont, Cruise, Cruise Climb, Transient, and Throttle Push
    104
  73. Min Idle N2
    1050
  74. Max TO, Cont, Cruise N2
    1700
  75. Max Cruise Climb N2
    1700
  76. Max Transient N2
    1870 (20 sec.)
  77. Max Throttle Push N2
    1700
  78. Oil Press Starting Limits
    0-200
  79. Min Idle Oil Press
    60
  80. TO, Max Cont, Cruise Oil Press Limits
    90-135
  81. Cruise Climb Oil Press Limits
    90-135
  82. Max Transient Oil Press
    200
  83. Throttle Push Oil Press Limits
    90-135
  84. Min Starting Oil Temp
    -40
  85. Idle Oil Temp Limits
    -40-110
  86. TO, Cont, Cruise, Cruise Climb, Transient, and Throttle Push Oil Temp Limits
    0-110
  87. Inadvertent torque excursions up to     are time limited to   min.
    • 102%
    • 7
  88. 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
  89. 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
  90. Starter is limited to ____. ON, ____. OFF, ____. ON, ____. OFF, ____. ON, then ____ OFF.
    • 30 sec 5 min
    • 30 sec 5 min
    • 30 sec 30 min
  91. Load Factor Limits Flaps Up Non-ER
    -1.24 – 3.1
  92. Load Factor Limits Flaps Down Non-ER
    0 – 2.0
  93. Load Factor Limits Flaps Up ER
    -1.21 – 3.01
  94. Load Factor Limits Flaps Down ER
    0 – 2.0
  95. Min Battery Volts for start
    23
  96. Min Battery Volts to use ext power
    20
  97. External Power Cart Voltage Limits
    28-28.4
  98. Max Cart Amps - Sustained / Momentary
    300 / 1000
  99. Landing gear cycles (1 up - 1 down) limited to ____ every ___ min. for ____ cycles followed by a ____ min. cool down.
    • 1
    • 5
    • 6
    • 15
  100. Rudder boost must be ____ for ____ .
    • operational
    • all flights
  101. Autofeather must be operable for ____ , and must be armed during __,__,__,and ___.
    • all flights
    • T/O, climb , approach , and landing
  102. Engine Anti-ice must be __ for operation in ambient temperatures of __ °C or below when flight free of _______ cannot be assured.
    • ON
    • +5 
    • visible moisture
  103. Engine Anti-ice must be OFF for takeoff operations when ambient temperature exceeds ___.
    +10 °C
  104. The order in which the fuel tanks must be filled is____ , ____ , then _____.
    • main
    • auxiliary
    • extended range
  105. Sustained flight in icing conditions with flaps extended is prohibited except for ____ and ____.
    • approach
    • landing

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