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  1. Identify possible abort situations that may require you to abort a takeoff.
    • Any system emergency affecting safety of flight
    • Any abnormal indications
    • Radio advisory
  2. Handling emergencies
    • Maintain aircraft control
    • Analyze the situation and take proper action
    • Land as soon as conditions permit
  3. In which emergency situations would you want to emergency ground egress after aborting and stopping the aircraft?
    Any aborted situation that may become more serious and potentially life-threatening
  4. Precautionary emergency landings are used for:
    • Uncommanded propeller feather
    • Uncommanded power change/loss of power
    • Compressor stalls
    • Fire warning light
    • Chip light
    • Oil system malfunction
    • Low fuel pressure
  5. PEL procedures:
    • Turn - nearest suitable field
    • Climb - or accelerate to intercept ELP
    • Clean - clean configuration
    • Check - systematic check of instruments/systems
    • Boost pump - as required - no oil system, chip light, fire or FOD
    • Ignition - as required - no oil system, chip light, fire or FOD
    • Plan - intercept ELP at high key 120 KIAS
  6. What does the zoom/glide entail?
    • Above 150 KIAS
    • Establish a 2G pull up to 20° climb angle
    • Maintain 125 KIAS
  7. When is an airstart warranted?
    • Failure not due to fire
    • Not a mechanical failure; look at N1
    • Altitude above 2000 AGL
    • No FIRE, FOD, or FROZEN
  8. Engine airstart envelope:
    • Sea level-15,000 MSL: 125-200 KIAS
    • 15,001-20,000 MSL: 135-200 KIAS
  9. Should you keep track of how long the boost pump switch was in the on position?
    Yes, notify maintenace of duration
  10. T or F: If N1 does not rise within 5 seconds, discontinue the airstart attempt and proceed to if airstart is unsuccessful.
  11. How long does it take for the propeller to unfeather and accelerate to operating RPM?
    20 seconds after N1 reaches 45%
  12. T or F: If there is no rise in ITT within 10 seconds after fuel flow indications, place the PCL to OFF and abort the start.
  13. How much time and altitude does it take from initiation of the airstart to obtain useful power?
    40 seconds; 1200 feet
  14. True of False: Airstarts may be attempted at any altitude and airspeed.
    True; being in the start envelope enhances chances
  15. T or F: A fire warning light with no accompanying indication is not a confirmed fire.
    • True; FEVER is confirmation; 
    • Do not shut down engine without confirmation
  16. After pulling the PROP SYS circuit breaker, how long will it take to unfeather the prop?
    15-20 seconds
  17. What happens if the PROP SYS circuit breaker is pulled and the PCL is moved to OFF?
    The propeller will feather at a slower rate, decreasing glide performance
  18. If OIL PX annunciator is illuminated and oil pressure indicates < 5psi, what should you check?
    OIL TRX circuit breaker on battery bus
  19. red OIL PX annunciator
    • PCL IDLE - Oil pressure < 15 psi
    • PCL above IDLE - Oil pressure <40 psi
  20. amber OIL PX annunciator
    • PCL IDLE - Oil pressure 15-40 psi
    • PCL above IDLE - 40-90 psi for 10 seconds
  21. Forced landing situations
    • Engine failure
    • Uncommanded propeller feather
    • Loss of useful power
    • Ejection not possible
  22. If a forced landing is eminent, accomplish the following:
    • Distress call
    • ELT - ON
    • Transponder - 7700
    • Harness - LOCKED
    • Emergency ground egress procedure - EXECUTE
  23. Main gear fails to fully retract
    RED mains, handle
  24. Nose gear fails to retract
    RED all positions, handle
  25. Main gear extension malfunctions
    • No GREEN in one or both mains
    • RED mains, handle
  26. Nose gear extension malfunction
    • No GREEN nose
    • RED mains, handle
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2013-11-26 01:34:50

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