Limitations (Need to know), (SWA)

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Limitations (Need to know), (SWA)
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  1. 1.) What is the Max. Operating altitude?
    • [NG] = 41,000',
    • (CL) = 37000’    

    (AOM, 3-2)
  2. 2.) When can’t you operate the AC packs in HIGH ?
    • When the engine bleed air switches are ON, in the TO, Appch, or landing. 
    •   
    • (AOM, 3-9)
  3. 3.) Is holding in icing conditions with the flaps extended authorized in an [NG] ?
    • No. 
    •      
    • (AOM, 3-11)
  4. 4.) What 3 conditions is the use of the Wx Radar system prohibited?
    • 1.) During fueling.  
    • 2.) Near Fuel spills.  
    • 3.) Near People.     

    (AOM, 3-12)
  5. 5.) What is the Max. authorized single (eng. driven) generator load on the ground?
    215 amps      

    (AOM, 3-14)
  6. 6.) How long must you wait after shutting down the IRS’s, before removing AC power from the plane?
    30 seconds    

    (AOM, 3-14)
  7. 7.) How many times may a tripped CB be reset, In Flight?
    • - Only once, and you should allow approx. 2 minutes for cooling before resetting. 
    • - An in-flight reset should only be done when directed by the QRH.

    • Resetting a tripped circuit breaker other than when directed by the QRH, must be done as follows:
    • - A tripped circuit breaker may only be reset once. Allow approximately 2 minutes for cooling before resetting. An in-flight reset should only be accomplished if, in the judgment of the Captain, regaining use of that system is critical to the safe conduct of flight.

    (AOM, 3-12)
  8. 8.) Max Ground start EGT limit for the engines?
    • 725ºC [NG] & (CL) 
    •   
    • (AOM, 3-18)
  9. 9.) Min Duct Start Pressure for engine starting?
    • - (CL) = 30 psi,
    • - [NG] = N/A

    (AOM, 3-18)
  10. 10.) After engine start rollback, how long do you need to operate the engines at or near idle, before applying TO thrust?
    2 minutes    

    (AOM, 3-19)
  11. 11.) How long do you need to operate the engines near idle prior to shutdown?
    1 minute,    

    (AOM, 3-19)
  12. 12.) Are we authorized to intentionally use reverse thrust in flight?
    No.     

    (AOM, 3-20)
  13. 13.) Max Altitude for APU Operation?
    - NG:   41,000 ft

    - CL:    35,000 ft

    (AOM, 3-18)
  14. 14.) Max Altitude (Electric Only) APU operation?
    NG:    41,000 ft

    CL:     35,000 ft

    (AOM, 3-18)
  15. 15.) Max Altitude (Bleed Air Only) APU operation?
    NG & CL:      17,000 ft

    (AOM, 3-18)
  16. 16.) Max Altitude (Bleed Air & Electric) APU operation?
    NG & CL:      10,000 ft

    (AOM, 3-18)
  17. 17.) Do not extend flaps above ______ ft pressure altitude.
    20,000 ft

    (AOM, 3-19)
  18. 18.) What is the aft limit the Speed Brake lever may be extended to, in flight?
    It must not be moved aft of the FLIGHT DETENT.     

    (AOM, 3-23)
  19. 19.) What is the min. altitude that speedbrakes may be deployed in flight?
    1,000’ AGL.      

    (AOM, 3-23)
  20. 20.) Are we authorized to use speed brakes (in-flight) with the flaps not up?
    No,  

    (AOM, 3-23)
  21. 21.) What is the Alternate Flap duty cycle in flight?
    • - After one complete cycle from 0 to 15 to 0,
    •   they must have 5 min. OFF.
    • - & before reversing the direction of flap movement, the Alt. Flap switch must be in the OFF position for 15 seconds.        

    (AOM, 3-23)
  22. 22.) What is the Max. tank fuel temperature?
    +49º C      

    (AOM, L-7)
  23. 23.) What is the Min. tank fuel temperature?
    • -37º C. 
    • (Jet A freeze point is -40º C, & other listed fuels freeze at lower temps.)    

    (AOM, 3-27)
  24. 24.) What limits must be followed with regard to tank fueling sequence?
    • - Main tanks must be full if the center tank contains > 1,000 lbs, and
    • - use center tank to depletion followed by wing tank fuel.  

    - 1000 lbs may be retained in the center, provided the effects of bal. have been considered.   

    - (CL) Center tank fuel pumps must be on for TO with > 1000 lbs in the center tank.

    • - Some MEL items can override this limitation.
    • - [NG] This limitation is modified under AD's 2002-19-52 & 2002-24-51.    

    (AOM, 3-27)
  25. 25.) For Ground Ops, center tank fuel pumps must not be on unless?
    The center tank exceeds 1000 lbs,

    (except when defueling or transferring fuel). 

     Note: Fuel may be transferred from tank to tank or the aircraft may be defueled with Passengers onboard, provided the fuel quantity in the tank from which fuel is being taken is maintained at not less than 2,000 lb. Deplane all Passengers and non-essential Crew when defueling a tank or transferring fuel from a tank that has a fuel quantity below 2,000 lb until the process has been completed and the respective fuel boost pumps are turned off.  

    (AOM, 3-23)
  26. 26.) What must be done when both center tank fuel pump low pressure lights illuminate?
    Both center tank fuel pump switches must be positioned off.

    Note:
    The limitation does not change the existing normal procedure to turn the center tank fuel pump switches to OFF at the first indication of low pressure from either pump.

    (AOM, 3-23)
  27. 27.) Are we authorized to operate center tank fuel pumps, when no one is on the flt. deck to monitor the low pressure lights?
    • No. 
    •    
    • (AOM, 3-28)
  28. 28.) Are we authorized to reset a tripped fuel quantity, fuel pump or fuel pump control CB?
    • No, 
    •    
    • (AOM, 3-28)
  29. 29.) What must you do at the first indication of fuel pump low pressure?
    Fuel pump switches must be positioned OFF.   

    (This applies at all times:)

    (AOM, 3-28)
  30. 30.) * 5 questions removed due to FOM Bulletin 15-24, “Fuel AD Limitations”, 06/24/2015 *
    .
  31. 31.) Aircraft must land within ___ minutes of initial discharge of the Cargo Bay fire suppression system?
    • - 60 min. 
    • - [8E]: 195 minutes      

    (AOM 3-28)
  32. 32.) With regard to TCAS, when and how may pilots deviate from ATC clearances?
    Pilots are authorized to deviate from an ATC clearance to the extent necessary to comply with a TCAS II resolution advisory (RA).     

    (AOM 3-28)
  33. 33.) When do we need to respond to RA/TA’s ?
    • - Flight Crews must immediately respond to TCAS information (both TAs & RAs) by using the TCAS (traffic avoidance) guidelines located in the:
    • - QRH Section P Non-Normal Maneuvers/Profiles.      

    (AOM 3-28)

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