Emergency Procedures

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Author:
tauff
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264547
Filename:
Emergency Procedures
Updated:
2014-03-30 07:26:25
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Convair
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Convair
Description:
Emergency procedures for Convair 580
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  1. Engine Fire on Ground?
    • * E-Handle - Pull
    • Boost Pump - Off
    • * Fuel Tank Shut Off - Closed
    • Fire Extinguisher - Discharge
    • Checklist
  2. Tire/Brake Fire?
    • Turn Nose Wheel - Toward Fire
    • Stop Aircraft - No brake on burning side
    • Airbrakes - On and Hold
    • Power Lever - 1000 HP on burning side
    • Checklist
  3. Engine Fire after V1?
    • Max Power - Set
    • Retardant - Jettison
    • Gear - Up
    • Auto Feather - Off
    • * E Handle - Pull
    • Boost Pump - Off
    • * Fuel Tank Shutoff - Closed
    • Fire Extinguisher - Discharge
    • Checklist
  4. Engine Fire after BSEC?
    • * E HANDLE - PULL
    • BOOST PUMP - OFF
    • * FUEL TANK SHUTOFF - CLOSED
    • FIRE EXTINGUISHER - DISCHARGE
    • Checklist
  5. Engine Failure after V1?
    • MAX POWER - SET
    • RETARDANT - JETTISON
    • GEAR - UP
    • AUTO FEATHER - CONFIRM
    • * E HANDLE - PULL
    • Checklist
  6. Engine Failure after BSEC?
    • * E HANDLE - PULL
    • Checklist
  7. Cockpit Fire?
    • SMOKE GOGGLES & O2 MASKS - ON, 100%
    • CREW COMMUNICATIONS - ESTABLISH
    • COCKPIT HEATER - OFF
    • RAM AIR - CLOSED
    • Checklist
  8. Smoke Evacuation?
    Checklist
  9. Electrical Fire?
    • SMOKE GOGGLES & O2 MASKS - ON
    • CREW COMMUNICATIONS - ESTABLISH
    • Checklist
  10. Emergency Radio operation while gang-barred in tanker 55?
    • All radios are available if either the LH ESS AC BUS or┬áthe DC MAIN BUS are powered.
    • The DC ESSENTIAL BUS powers no radios.
  11. Starter Overspeed light illuminated while airborne?
    • * E HANDLE - PULL
    • AIRFOIL ANTI ICE BUTTON - PULL
    • Checklist
  12. Emergency Air Start?
    Checklist
  13. Prop Overspeed prior to V1?
    • TAKEOFF - REJECT
    • AFFECTED POWER LEVER - RETARD TO FLT IDLE
    • RETARDANT - JETTISON AS REQ.
    • Checklist
  14. Prop Overspeed after V1 (pitch locked)?
    • POWER LEVER - FULL FORWARD
    • AIRSPEED - 130 KTS MAX.
    • SYNC CONTROL - CENTER.
    • Checklist
  15. Prop Overspeed (14,300 RPM and increasing)?
    • * E HANDLE - PULL
    • Checklist
  16. Prop Underspeed (below 13,550 RPM)?
    Checklist
  17. RPM Instability?
    Checklist
  18. Flight Instrument failure?
    • CHECK AND TRANSFER CONTROL
    • Checklist
  19. One or both alternators inoperative?
    Checklist
  20. Alternator Mechanical failure?
    • * E HANDLE - PULL
    • Checklist
  21. One DC generator inoperative?
    • GENERATOR CONTROL SWITCH - OFF
    • GENERATOR FIELD CIRCUIT BREAKER - OFF
    • Checklist
  22. Dual DC generator inoperative?
    • GANG BAR - DOWN
    • BATTERY SWITCH - OFF
    • BUS DISCONNECT LIGHT - MONITOR FOR TRU
    • Checklist
  23. Inverter failure?
    Checklist
  24. DC generator overheat?
    • GENERATOR CONTROL SWITCH - OFF
    • GENERATOR FIELD CIRCUIT BREAKER - OFF
    • Checklist
  25. Main bus disconnect warning light?
    Checklist
  26. TRU inoperative?
    Checklist
  27. Hydraulic failure - fluid pressure loss?
    • BYPASS - UP
    • BOMB TANK - DE-ARMED
    • AC HYDRAULIC PUMP - OFF
    • Checklist
  28. Emergency gear extension?
    Checklist
  29. Airframe anti-ice warning light illuminated?
    • EMERG ANTI-ICE SHUTOFF SWITCH - OFF
    • Checklist
  30. Prop de-ice sequence light stuck on?
    • PROP & INLET SWITCHES - OFF
    • Checklist

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