MD530 EP and Limits

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MD530 EP and Limits
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  1. 1.a.i. Engine Failure, Complete Power Loss, Cruise > 500';
    • 1. Adjust Collective Pitch
    • 2. Apply Pedal
    • 3. Adjust Collective
  2. 1.a.ii. Engine Failure, Complete Power Loss, >12’ <500’
    • 1. Collective Pitch must be initially lowered
    • 2. Flare as required
    • 3. Level attitude
  3. 1.a.iii. Engine Failure, Complete Power Loss, Hover <12’
    • 1. Right Pedal
    • 2. Cushion Landing
  4. 1.b. Engine Failure, Partial Power Loss
    1. Land as Soon as Possible
  5. 3. Low Rotor
    • 1. Adjusting Collective
    • 2. Check other Caution/Warning indicators and engine instruments
  6. 5.a. Fire, Cabin Smoke and Fume Elimination
    • 1. Cabin Heat – Off
    • 2. Fresh air Vent – Open
    • 3. Pilot/Cabin door vents – Open and Facing Aft
  7. 5.b.i. Fire, Engine Fire on the Ground, Engine Fire During Starting;
    • 1. Twistgrip - Cutoff
    • 2. Starter Motor - Until TOT Is Below 150°C
    • 3. Fuel Shut-Off Valve - Pull To Close
  8. 5.b.ii. Fire, Engine Fire on the Ground, Engine Compartment Fire;
    • 1. Twistgrip - Cutoff
    • 2. Fuel shutoff valve - Pull To Close
    • 3. BAT/EXT switch - Off
    • 4. Passengers/crew - Evacuate
  9. 5.c.i. Fire, Engine Fire During Flight, At low Altitude
    • 1. Land Immediately
    • 2. Twistgrip – Cutoff
    • 3. Fuel Shutoff valve – Pull to Close
    • 4. BAT/EXT switch – Off
    • 5. Passengers/Crew – Evacuate
  10. 5.c.ii. Fire, Engine Fire During Flight, At High Altitude;
    • 1. Collective – Down
    • 2. Twistgrip - Cutoff
    • 3. Fuel shutoff valve - Pull To Close
    • 4. Radio - ‘‘MAYDAY’’ Call
    • 5. Execute autorotational landing
    • 6. BAT/EXT switch - Off
    • 7. Passengers/crew - Evacuate
  11. 5.d.i. Fire, Cabin Fire/Smoke, On the Ground
    • 1. Twistgrip – Cutoff
    • 2. BAT/EXT switch – Off
    • 3. Passengers/Crew – Evacuate
  12. 5.d.ii.1. Fire, Cabin Fire/Smoke, In Flight, Normal
    • 1. Land Immediately - Power On Approach And Landing Without Delay
    • 2. Air Vents - Ventilate Cabin As Necessary
    • 3. Twistgrip – Cutoff As Soon As Helicopter Is On Ground
    • 4. BAT/EXT switch - Off
    • 5. Passengers/crew – Evacuate
  13. 5.d.ii.2 Fire, Cabin Fire/Smoke, In Flight, If Unable to Land Immediately;
    • 1. Malfunctioning System - Off
    • 2. Fire Extinguisher - Use As Necessary
    • 3. Cabin - Ventilate
    • 4. Land As Soon As Possible
  14. 5.d.ii.3. Fire, Cabin Fire/Smoke, In Flight, If Fire source is known;
    • 1. Cabin Heat - Off
    • 2. Generator - Off
    • 3. All Electrical Circuits (Not Required For Safety Of Flight) - Off
    • 4. Cabin - Ventilate
    • 5. Land As Soon As Possible
  15. 6.a.i Engine Fuel Control System Malfunction, Fuel Control or Power Turbine Governor Failure, Overspeed
    • 1. Increase Collective
    • 2. Manually control N2
    • 3. Twistgrip to CUTOFF and make an autorotational landing
  16. 6.a.ii. Engine Fuel Control System Malfunction, Fuel Control or Power Turbine Governor Failure, Underspeed
    • 1. Lower collective to maintain rotor RPM
    • 2. If power is insufficient for level flight or a power-on decent, make an autorotational landing
  17. 6.a.iii. Engine Fuel Control System Malfunction, Fuel Control or Power Turbine Governor Failure, Power Turbine Governor Surge
    • 1. Beep N2 to maximum
    • 2. Control N2 manually with twistgrip (99% to 100% N2)
  18. 7.a. Other Engine Caution Indications, Engine Chip Detector
    1. Land as soon as possible
  19. 7.b.i. Other Engine Caution Indications, Low Engine Oil Pressure, In flight
    • 1. Land as soon as possible
    • 2. Shut engine down
  20. 7.c.i. Other Engine Caution Indications, Engine Torque (indication loss), In Flight
    • 1. Land as soon as possible
    • 2. Shut engine down
  21. 8.a. Main Rotor and Tail Rotor Transmission Malfunctions, M/R Transmission Oil Pressure
    1. Land as soon as possible
  22. 8.b. Main Rotor and Tail Rotor Transmission Malfunctions, M/R Transmission Oil Temperature
    1. Land as soon as possible
  23. 8.c. Main Rotor and Tail Rotor Transmission Malfunctions, M/R Transmission Chip Detector
    1. Land as soon as possible
  24. 10. Abnormal vibrations
    1. Land as soon as possible
  25. 11.a. Fuel System Malfunctions, Fuel Filter
    1. Land as soon as possible
  26. 11.b. Fuel System Malfunctions, Fuel Low
    • 1. Avoid large steady side slip angles and uncoordinated maneuvers
    • 2. Land as soon as possible
  27. 12.a.i. Electrical System Malfunctions, Battery Overtemp, Battery Overtemp at 160 or above
    • 1. Battery Switch - Off
    • 2. Land as soon as possible
  28. 12.a.ii. Electrical System Malfunctions, Battery Overtemp, Battery Overtemp at 140
    • 1. Battery switch – Off
    • 2. Battery must remain offline during remainder of flight

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