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  1. The decision to takeoff or abort should be based on the following: (Dash 1, 3-7)
    • Runway length and condition, terminal weather conditions and area traffic
    • If any system emergency affecting safety of flight is experienced prior to liftoff
  2. (T/F) After a stop which required maximum effort braking and if overheated brakes are suspected, do not taxi into or park in a congested area until brakes have had sufficient time to cool. (Dash 1, 3-7)
  3. (T/F) With suspected overheated brakes, do not set the parking brake (Dash 1, 3-7)
  4. Maintain a minimum of ________________KIAS when maneuvering to intercept the Emergency Landing Pattern
  5. (T/F) With a loss of hydraulic pressure, landing gear and flaps CANNOT be lowered by normal means. (Dash 1, 3-7)
  6. Initial indications of engine failure/flameout are: (Dash 1, 3-8)
    • Loss of power and airspeed
    • Rapid decay in N1, torque, and ITT
    • Propeller movement towards feather
  7. Depending on airspeed, N1 will indicate 0% within approximately __________seconds, even though the gas generator core may not have seized. (Dash 1, 3-8)
  8. (T/F) Engine failure will result in a loss of bleed air supply to the OBOGS concentrator and environmental control system causing subsequent OBOGS and ECS failure. (Dash 1, 3-8)
  9. The Emergency Oxygen bottle provides approximately ___________minutes of oxygen. (Dash 1, 3-8)
  10. (T/F) The Propeller will NOT feather unless the PCL is in IDLE. (Dash 1, 3-8)
    FALSE –PCL must be in CUT OFF to feather the prop.
  11. Airstart procedure is not recommended below __________ft AGL, as primary attention should be to eject or safely recover the aircraft. (Dash 1, 3-8)
  12. Airstarts may be attempted at any altitude and airspeed, although airstarts have only been demonstrated at ___________ft MSL and below. (Dash 1, 3-8)
  13. Approximately _________ft of altitude will be lost during an airstart attempt performed at best glide speed of 125 KIAS. (Dash 1, 3-10)
  14. (T/F) Do not delay ejection while attempting airstart at low altitude if below 2000 ft AGL. (Dash 1, 3-11)
  15. If the generator will not reset, verify the starter switch is in ________. The starter will drain battery power in ________minutes if left in MANUAL. (Dash 1, 3-12)
    NORM, 10
  16. (T/F) Do not reset circuit breaker in flight after an uncommanded movement of the propeller to feather (Dash 1, 3-12.1)
  17. Compressor stalls may be identified by: (Dash 1, 3-12.2)
    • Change in engine noise (loud bang or backfire) Fluctuating Torque
    • Fluctuating ITT, N1, and Fuel Flow
  18. Recommended minimum altitude for uncontrolled ejection is ____________ft AGL. (Dash 1, 3-13)
  19. If departure from controlled flight progresses into a steady state spin, typical indications will be: (Dash 1, 3-13)
    • Sustained yaw rate
    • AOA 18+
  20. (T/F) Extension of nose gear may establish airflow into the engine compartment that could reignite a smoldering fire or cause a hydraulic fire if a hydraulic leak exists. (Dash 1, 3-13)
  21. The standby attitude indicator will provide accurate indications for at least _______minutes after a loss of all electrical power. (Dash 1, 3-14)
  22. (T/F) To prevent injury, ensure oxygen mask is on and the visor is down prior to actuating the CFS system. (Dash 1, 3-14)
  23. Illumination of the CHIP annunciator indicates: (Dash 1, 3-15)
    Possible metal contamination in engine oil supply
  24. (T/F) If the CHIP detector is illuminated, the engine may fail with little or no further warning. (Dash 1, 3-15)
  25. Standby instruments (and their associated lighting) and UHF tuning (backup UHF control head) will be powered for approximately ________minutes by the auxiliary battery. (Dash 1, 3-16.1)
  26. (T/F) Emergency flaps will be powered by the main battery through the hot battery bus as long as the main battery has not failed. (Dash 1, 3-16.1)
  27. (T/F) If control of EHSI display is lost, it is not possible to control EHSI functions from the other cockpit. (Dash 1, 3-18)
    FALSE – it MAY BE possible to control the EHSI functions from the other cockpit.
  28. When will the FUEL PX annunciator illuminate? (Dash 1, 3-19)
    If engine feed fuel pressure drops below 10 psi The boost pump fails to engage automatically
  29. (T/F) If engine fuel feed pressure is fluctuating at or below 10 psi, the boost pump will alternately cycle on and off, illuminating and extinguishing the BOOST PUMP annunciator. (Dash 1, 3-19)
  30. The automatic fuel balancing system maintains fuel load in each wing to within _______pounds of the other. (Dash 1, 3-20)
  31. (T/F) The FUEL BAL annunciator will illuminate when there is greater than a 20 pound difference between the left and right wing tanks for more than two minutes. (Dash 1, 3-20)
    FALSE –30 pound difference
  32. Illumination of the left or right fuel level low annunciator indicates that approximately _______pounds of usable fuel remains in the affected wing tank. (Dash 1, 3-20)
  33. (T/F) With a full lateral fuel imbalance (one tank full, the other tank empty), sufficient lateral authority exists to control the aircraft (no crosswind). (Dash 1, 3-20)
  34. (T/F) You should attempt to manually balance the fuel load if the alternate engine data display is indicating FP FAIL (Dash 1, 3-20)
    FALSE – You should NOT manually balance with FP FAIL since the imbalance may be incorrect and it may cause or aggravate a fuel imbalance.
  35. Which systems are inoperative when the HYDR FL LO annunciator is illuminated: (Dash 1, 3-20.1)
    • Landing gear normal extension
    • Flap normal extension
    • Speed brake and NWS
  36. The EHYD PX LO annunciator will illuminate whenever emergency hydraulic pressure drops below __________psi indicated. (Dash 1, 3-21)
    2400 ± 150
  37. (T/F) Actuation of landing gear or flaps will normally cause a momentary drop in hydraulic pressure below the green arc. (Dash 1, 3-21)
  38. In no case should the aircraft be slowed below _______KIAS or to activation of the stick shaker, whichever is higher during a controllability check. (Dash 1, 3-21)
  39. Landings have been accomplished at touchdown speeds up to approximately _____KIAS in the normal landing configuration. (Dash 1, 3-21)
  40. Illumination of the DUCT TEMP annunciator indicates that: (Dash 1, 3-23)
    • Bleed air temp in the environmental systems duct has exceeded 300 deg F
    • Bleed air temp in the defog duct has exceeded 300 deg F
  41. (T/F) Whenever the trim interrupt button is being depressed, or when the trim disconnect switch is set to disconnect, all trim systems are disengaged and the TAD is disconnected. (Dash 1, 3-23)
  42. In a runaway trim situation, except when trim is at full nose down, reducing airspeed to ____________KIAS will reduce control forces. (Dash 1, 3-23)
  43. (T/F) With a sudden or rapid decompression at altitudes near 20,000 ft MSL, there may be a transient OBOGS FAIL indication as the OBOGS system switches to high altitude mode to compensate for higher cockpit pressure altitudes. (Dash 1, 3-24)
  44. Recommended minimum altitudes for ejection are _________ft AGL for controlled ejection and __________ft AGL for uncontrolled ejection. (Dash 1, 3-25)
    2000, 6000
  45. If PEL is being performed with IDLE power, add _______feet to high, low and base key altitudes to compensate for drag of un-feathered prop. (Dash 1, 3-31)
  46. Plan to intercept the emergency landing pattern at or below high key in the appropriate configuration and a minimum airspeed of ________KIAS. (Dash 1, 3-31)
  47. (T/F) Do not land or taxi across raised arresting cables with main gear doors open. (Dash 1, 3-35)
  48. If landing with a known wheel brake failure in one wheel, land on the side of the runway corresponding to the _________brake. (Dash 1, 3-36)
  49. If the following situation(s) occur(s) during ground operations, execute the EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN boldface: (Dash 1, 3-4)
    • Engine Fire
    • Prop Strike
    • Chip Light
    • Departing the prepared surface
  50. (T/F) With the ISS selector set to BOTH, both seats will eject, even if one is safely pinned. (Dash 1, 3-4)
  51. (T/F) With a loss of hydraulic pressure, flaps will extend slowly with residual pressure and may take longer to deploy. (Dash 1, 3-35)
  52. With the bleed air inflow switch set to OFF position, the following systems will be operational: (Dash 1, 3-24)
  53. The CKPT ALT annunciator light illuminates whenever the cockpit pressure altitude exceeds __________feet. (Dash 1, 3-24)

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