CRJ EP&L

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CRJ EP&L
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SkyWest CRJ-200 EP&L Test
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  1. Hot Start, Interrupted Start, N2 Stagnation
    ____________ ......................................____
    _____.......................................................__
    _______.... until __ reduced _______ respecting ________
    • 1. Affected Thrust Lever ....   Shutoff
    • 2. Ignitions ...........................Off
    • 3. Dry Motor..  until ITT reduced below 120C respecting starter time limit
  2. No Light Off CRJ 200
    _____________.....................................____
    _____.......................................................__
    _______.....................................until ______
    • 1. Affected Thrust Lever.......... Shutoff
    • 2. Ignitions .................................Off
    • 3. Dry Motor ........until starter time limit
  3. Configuration warnings
    ______..............................________________
    Takeoff ..............DISCONTINUE IMMEDIATELY
  4. Rejected Toke-Off
    ______ ............................................. ____
    _______ ..................MAXIMUM until safe stop
    __________________............._____ ______
    with ______________
    • Thrust levers  .............................. IDLE
    • Wheel Breaks........MAXIMUM until safe stop
    • Thrust reverser(s) (operating engine(s))  .. MAXIMUM consistent with directional control
  5. Excessive asymmetry or loss of braking
    _________.................________________
    _______..............................................__
    _________.................________________
    • Wheel Brakes .........RELEASE MOMENTARILY
    • ANTI-SKID .....................................OFF
    • Wheel Brakes..........RE_APPLY AS REQUIRED
  6. Stab trim runaway CRJ 200
    1.________.............................______________
    and ___________
    2. Both ______ ............._______ and _____
    3. Airplane ___ ............TRANSFER to ______
    4. _____ and ______ HSTCU cbs (__ AND__) .... ____
    • 1. Control Column .......ASSUME MANUAL CONTROL and OVERRIDE RUNAWAY
    • 2. Both STAB TRIM DISC ..PRESS, HOLD, and RELEASE
    • 3. Airplane control...TRANSFER to PILOT (LH) SIDE
    • 4. STAB CH1 and STAB CH2 HSTCU cbs (2F5 AND 4A1) .... OPEN
  7. Aerodynamic Stall Recovery
    1. Upon recognizing a ________, ___ or _____ activation whichever occurs first, __________ the appropriate ________ procedure.
    1. Upon recognizing a stall condition, buffet or stick shaker activation, whichever occurs first, immediately initiate the appropriate stall recovery procedure
  8. Aerodynamic Stall Recovery
    2. __________ and _____________ and thrust setting until the indicated airspeed climbs to a recoverable and appropriate speed and the airplane is returned to normal flight. Be prepared to move the control column forward sufficiently to obtain a prompt reduction in AOA.  A deliberate and sometimes significant _________________ in order to restore the aircraft to a normal energy state and prevent an aerodynamic stall from reoccuring.
    2. Reduce angle of attack     maintain forward pressure...loss of altitude may be required
  9. Upon Recognizing a Stall or Slow Speed Event
    1. Autopilot.._____, if required
    2. Pitch attitude...____ nose to ____
    _______ (apply nose down pitch)
    3. Thrust Levers... Advance to ___ ____ and call _________
    4. Roll attitude.... ________
    5. ______ lever.... Select to ______
    • 1 Autopilot.. Disengage, if required
    • 2. Pitch attitude... Lower nose to reduce angle of attack
    • 3. Thrust Levers... Advance to MAX power and call "MAX THRUST"
    • 4. Roll attitude... Wings level
    • 5. Flight Spoiler lever... Select to RETRACT
  10. Upon Recognizing a Stall or Slow Speed Event
    1. Autopilot disengagement... _____
    2. ATC...._______________________
    Notify of immediate need for  ____ _____
    3. Thrust Levers .Set ___ thrust on command
    4. ______ and _____ ..._______
    • 1. Autopilot disengagement ... Confirm
    • 2. ATC .. DECLARE AN EMERGENCY Notify of immediate need for lower altitude
    • 3. Thrust Levers .. Set MAX thrust on command
    • 4. Pitch attitude and airspeed... Monitor
  11. During Recovery (PF)
    6. _______ .... Maintain ________
    pitch until airplane is effectively ___
    ___ condition (__ degrees to ___ degrees)
    6. Pitch attitude .. Maintain nose down pitch until airplane is effectively out of stall condition (-5 degrees to -10 degrees)
  12. During Recovery (PM)
    5. Callout any _____________
    6. Callout __________
    7. Callout ____
    • 5. Callout and limitation exceedances
    • 6. Callout aircraft state
    • 7. Callout terrain
  13. 1. It is essential that the ___ be immediately _____, even if this means a loss of altitude. Altitude loss resulting from high AOA recovery, especially at cruise altitudes, stall recovery can require an altitude loss of 2000 to 4000 feet or more.
    • AOA
    • reduced
  14. 2. Accelerate to _____ and maintain a __________. Remain at or above green line. This should provide adequate protection when beginning level off. __ ___ allow the airspeed to drop _________ (CRJ 200) or 250/.74 (CRJ 7/9) during the level-off phase of the recovery.
    • 250 KIAS    positive trend vector.
    • DO NOT
    • below 250/.70
  15. 3. Avoid ____ or _____ pitch control inputs during recovery. Inappropriate recovery inputs can result in a ________.
    • abrupt   aggressive
    • secondary stall
  16. 4. PM will state "______" or "________" based upon VSI indications until the aircraft has returned to a safe _____ and ____.
    • CLIMBING  DESCENDING
    • airspeed   altitude
  17. 5. If the radar altimeter indicates less than _______ with the airplane descending, the PM will call "DESCENDING (XX)" based upon the RA value observed. For example; "DESCENDING 700,"
    1000 ft AGL
  18. When recovery is complete (aircraft energy allows)
    7. ___ attitude..... Smoothly ____
    _______
    7. Pitch attitude ........ Smoothly pitch to normal flight
  19. Oxygen memory items
    CAPTAIN / FIRST OFFICER
    • 1. Oxygen mask ...... Don and 100%
    • 2. Crew communication .... Establish
  20. Max. Ramp Wt.
    53,250 lbs.
  21. Max. T/O Wt.
    53,000 lbs.
  22. Max Lnd. Wt.
    47,000 lbs.
  23. Max. Zero Fuel Wt.
    44,000 lbs.
  24. Max. AFT Cargo
    3,500 lbs.
  25. Flight time to suitable airport
    45 min.
  26. Max Temp. T/O & Lnd.
    ISA+35 C
  27. Min Temp. T/O
    -40 C
  28. Max. Tailwind
    10 kts
  29. Vfo 8
    200 KIAS
  30. Vfo 20
    200 KIAS
  31. Vfe 8
    215 KIAS
  32. Vfe 20
    215 KIAS
  33. Vfe 30
    185 KIAS
  34. Vfe 45
    170 KIAS
  35. VLO EXT
    220 KIAS
  36. VLO RET
    200 KIAS
  37. VLE
    220 KIAS
  38. Vtire
    182 K GS
  39. Vb
    280 KIAS
  40. Mb
    .75 M
  41. Vwiper ops max
    220 KIAS
  42. FLAPS/SLATS
    Max. Alt
    15,000 ft
  43. Min. Spoiler speed
    Appr speed + 17
  44. Min. Alt. Spoilers
    300 ft AGL
  45. ENGINE
    Max Start
    900 C
  46. N1
    Min. Reduced Thrust
    • 3A1 : 85%
    • 3B1 : 83.5%
  47. ENGINE START (Ground)
    Starter Time limit
    • 60 sec. ON       10 sec OFF
    • 60 sec. ON       10 sec OFF
    • 60 sec. ON       5 min OFF
    • 60 sec. ON       5 min OFF
    • At initiation of thrust lever movement from SHUT OFF to IDLE, ITT must be 120 C or less for all ground starts.
  48. DRY MOTORING (Ground)
    • 90 sec. ON     5 min OFF
    • 30 sec. ON     5 min OFF
  49. FUEL
    Max. Imbalance for T/O
    800 lbs
  50. FUEL
    Min. for GA per wing
    450 lbs (amber)
  51. AFCS
    IAS MODE
    Prohibited during approach
  52. AFCS
    APPR MODE
    Prohibited for VOR approaches
  53. AFCS (CRJ 200)
    Precision Approaches (Glidepath Angle)
    <_ 3.5 deg
  54. The autopilot may not be used at an altitude above the terrain that is less than _______ the approved ___ for the approach procedure or ________, whichever is _____.
    • 50 feet below
    • MDA
    • 400 feet AGL
    • higher
  55. APU
    Max. Ops. Alt
    37,000 ft
  56. APU
    Max. Start Alt
    30,000 ft
  57. APU
    Max Bleed use
    15,000 ft
  58. Max. Alt. Eng. Start
    13,000 ft
  59. APU START AIRCRAFT BATTERY
    ____ seconds __    __ minutes ___
    ____ seconds __    __ minutes ___
    • 2x30 ON   20 OFF
    • 2x30 ON   20 OFF
  60. APU START DC EXTERNAL
    ____ seconds __     __ minutes ___
    ____ seconds __     __ minutes ___
    • 2x15 ON  20 OFF
    • 2x15 ON  40 OFF
  61. APU
    A _________ delay must be observed between cranking attempts to allow for cooling of starter and starter conctactor for APU drainage.
    two minute
  62. AIR COND. AND PRESS.
    Single Pack Ops to
    FL 250
  63. N2
    1) Engine __ at ground idle power should not be greater than __ split.
    • N2
    • 2%
  64. N2
    2) If __ is ___ or less with OAT of _________, do not accelerate above ____. This indicates a mechanical problem with the engine.
    • N2
    • 57%
    • -20C or greater
    • idle
  65. Engine Warm-Up
    2) After all _____, do not exceed _____ for ________ after start, or until all operating indications are in normal range, whichever is longer
    • starts
    • 75% N1
    • two minutes
  66. Engine Warm-UP
    3) Before the first flight of the day, when the airlplane is _________ at a temperature of _________ for more than _ hours, the engines must be motored for __ seconds and fan rotation verified before engine start is initiated.
    • cold soaked
    • -30 C or below
    • 60
  67. Engine Warm-Up
    A. CRJ 200: During preflight checks for thrust reversers after being cold soaked for more than _ hours, the ___________ must be actuated until the deploy and stow cycles are less than _ seconds
    • 8
    • thrust reversers
    • 5
  68. Continuous Ignition must be used during the following:
    Takeoff and landing on ____________
    Takeoff with high _______ components ____
    Flight Through ______ or _____ intensity __
    Flight Through ______ or _____ intensity __
    Flight in the _________________
    • Contaminated runways
    • Crosswinds >10 knots
    • moderate heavier rain
    • moderate heavier turbulance
    • vicinity of thunderstorms
  69. Thrust Reversers
    2) Do not attempt a ______ maneuver after ________ of the thrust reversers.
    • go-around
    • deployment
  70. During landing, application of maximum _________ is __________ at airspeeds ______ KIAS. Below __ KIAS, reverse thrust must be reduced to ____ (not above ____)
    • Reverse thrust
    • not permitted
    • below 75
    • 60
    • idle
    • 30% N1
  71. APU
    CRJ 200: If both engines are to be started using the ___________, then the operating engine's thrust must bot exceed ______
    • APU bleed air
    • 70% N2
  72. APU
    CRJ 200: Maxumum _________ below ___ rpm (refer to APU limitation)
    • 60 seconds
    • 50%
  73. Lights
    _______________ must be switched off any time the aircraft is stationary for more than __ minutes.
    • ALL LANDING AND TAXI LIGHTS
    • 10
  74. Fuel
    A. _____ with fuel load in excess of _____ in the _____ tank is not permitted unless each ____ tank is above ______
    • Takeoff
    • 500 LBS
    • center
    • main
    • 4,400 LB.
  75. Fuel
    Takeoff with engine fuel temperature indications __________ is __________.
    • below +5 C
    • prohibited
  76. FUEL
    ASTM D 1655 JET A
    BULK FUEL TAKEOFF LIMIT
    BULK FUEL FREEZING POINT
    • -30 C
    • -40 C
  77. Tuning _________ and _________ from FMS is ________.
    • transponder 1 transponder 2
    • prohibited
  78. TCAS
    D. Pilots are authorized to deviate from Air Traffic Control clearances in order to comply with a TCAS ___________ (__) command.
    • resolution advisory
    • (RA)
  79. Reduced thrust takeoffs are prohibited when:
    a) _______________ is selected __.
    b) The takeoff ______ is _________ with standing water, slush, ice or snow
    c) _____ components are in excess of _ knots
    d) Warnings of _______ or ______ have been forecast or reported.
    e) ______ is _______
    f) Takeoff behind ____________
    g) ____________ takeoff
    • Cowl and/or wing anti-ice   on
    • runway contaminated
    • Tailwind  5
    • windshear or downdrafts
    • Anti-skid inoperative
    • heavy aircraft
    • CRJ 200: Flaps 8
  80. The appropriate additions to __ ___ __ using laminated flight deck flip cards must be made if ______ performance is not available.
    • V1 and Vr
    • ACARS
  81. Conditions conductive to icing exist on the _____________ when the ___ is _________, when operating on ramps, taxiways or runways where surface snow, ice, standing water, or slush may be ingested by the engines or freeze on engines, nacelles or engine sensor probes.
    • ground and for takeoff
    • OAT  10 C or below
  82. Icing conditions exist in _____ when the ___ is ___________ and __________ in any form is encountered (such as clouds, rain, snow, sleet or ice crystals), except when ___ is ___ (____) or below.
    • Flight
    • TAT
    • 10 C or below
    • visable moisture
    • SAT
    • -40 C (-40 F)
  83. A _________________________ must be performed by a flight deck crewmember during the external walkaround inspection to determine the wing is free from frozen contaminants when:
    Cold Weather Preflight Inspection
  84. a) The ___ is __ or less, or
    b) The ________ temperature is __ or less, or
    c) ______________ conductive to icing exist,
    d) The aircraft has remained overnight and may have frozen contaminants due to ___________ or ________ which could involve the entire airframe or
    e) On any through flight where ________ from the inbound flight may have accumulated on airframe surfaces or components, or
    f) ________ is suspected in the ______ area.
    • OAT  5 C
    • Atmospheric conditions
    • exposure to frost or precipitation
    • residual ice
    • Cold soak ice   fuel tank
  85. Wing frost caused by cold soaking fuel can form on the upper and lower surfaces of the wind even at temperatures significantly above freezing. If the left or right wing fuel content exceeds 2297.2 lb, the fuel will be in contact with the upper wing skin.  Frost or ice on the _________ of the wing must be removed
    upper surface
  86. The ____ anti-ce system must be ON when the ___ is __________ and ___________ in any form _________ (such as fog with ______ of ________ or ____, rain, snow, sleet and ice crystals).
    • cowl  OAT  10C or below
    • visible moisture    is present    visibility
    • one more    less
  87. The ____ anti-ice system must also be ON when the ___ is _________ when operating on ramps, taxiways or runways where surface snow, ice, standing water or slush is present.
    cowl    OAT  10 C or below
  88. a) Taxi: _______ and colder, ________

    a) Turn ____ anti-ice ON for final taxi unless ______ or __ anti-ice fluids have been applied
    • OAT 5 C   with or without
    • wing    Type II   IV
  89. The term "final taxi" has caused some confusion.  Bombardier defines final taxi as that period following __________ or about ________ prior to takeoff.
    • 2nd engine start
    • two minutes
  90. Takeoff: _______ and colder
    a) Turn ____ anti-ice ___ just prior to Takeoff.
    • OAT 5 C
    • wing   OFF
  91. The wing anti-ice system must be selected __ for takeoff when,
    Visible moisture in any form such as clouds, fog, or mist _______ agl is ________, or
    The runway is ___ or ____________, or
    ___ precipitation exists.
    • ON
    • below 400'   reported
    • wet   contaminated
    • Any
  92. The above takeoff limitation makes no reference to any other weather condition not described therein.  Operate the anti-ice system during takeoff and take the associated weight penalty, only if the above actually exist __________.
    at the time of takeoff.
  93. 1) ____ - The ________ anti- ice systm must be ON:
      a) When in _________, or
      b) When ____________ by the ice detection system.
    • Cowl
    • icing conditions,
    • ICE is annunciated
  94. 2) ____ - The ___ anti-ice system must be ON:
      c) When _________ by the ice detection system, or
      d) When in _________ and the airspeed is less than ___ ____.
    • Wing   wing
    • ICE is annunciated
    • icing conditions
    • 230 KIAS
  95. A runway is considered to be wet when there is sufficient moisture on the runway surface to cause it to appear _____ with a water depth of less than 1/8" or 3mm covering _____ of the runway surface.
    • reflective
    • 100%
  96. A runway is considered to be contaminated when __________ of the runway surface area (weather in isolated areas or not), within the __________ and ____ being used, is covered by more than 1/8 inch (3mm) of ________ or __________ in slush or wet snow or dry snow
    • more than 25%
    • required length  width
    • standing water   its equivalent

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