Challenger350 Ice and Rain

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Challenger350 Ice and Rain
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  1. Must the minimum N1 be monitored with nacelle heat on?
    No
  2. Is the engine spinner anti-iced?
    No
  3. What is heated using electrical DC power?
    • Windshields,
    • windows,
    • T2 probes,
    • air data probes,
    • AOA vanes
  4. What type of air is used for anti-ice?
    High-pressure (HP) air
  5. What are the memory item(s) for WING ANTI-ICE LEAK?
    1. WING ANTI-ICE……OFF
  6. What are the limitations for using wing anti-ice in flight?
    Icing conditions exist in flight at a TAT of 10°C (50°F) or below and visible moisture in any form is encountered (such as clouds, rain, snow, sleet, orice crystals), except when TAT is -40°C(F) or below. Wing anti-ice system must be ON when ICE DETECTED CAS message is on or in icing conditions and the airspeed is <210 KIAS.
  7. What indicates SLD icing conditions?
    Ice accumulation on the side windows
  8. What are the limitations for using engine anti-ice in flight?
    Total air temperature (TAT) in flight 10° or below and visible moisture, except when static air temperature (TAT) is -40° or below. The engine anti-ice must be on when the ICE DETECTED CAS message is on.
  9. What are the limitations for using wing anti-ice on the ground?
    Outside air temperature (OAT) on ground and for takeoff 5° or below and visible moisture
  10. How many ice detectors are installed on the Challenger 350 aircraft?
    Two, one on each side of the fuselage
  11. What are the memory item(s) for WING OVERHEAT?
    1. WING ANTI-ICE……OFF
  12. How many dual temperature sensors are in each wing in the wing and anti-ice system?
    Two
  13. What manual contains information on de-icing fluid?
    Flight Crew Operating Manual 1(FCOM 1)
  14. What is the diffrence between an amber and a cyan ICE DETECT CAS message?
    Ice has been detected, and anti-ice selected OFF (amber); anti-ice selected ON (cyan)
  15. Which component controls engine anti-ice functions?
    FADEC
  16. Which window/windshield is heated by ESS power only?
    Left side window only
  17. What does a cyan ICE DETECTED (A) EICAS message indicate?
    Ice is detected, and all of the anti-ice systems are turned on
  18. What are the limitations for using engine anti-ice on the ground?
    Outside air temperature (OAT) on ground and for takeoff 10° or below and visible moisture
  19. What manual contains the comprehensive procedures for operating in cold weather?
    FCOM 1 Supplement 1 in Cold Weather Operations
  20. What is the heat source for the wings?
    High-pressure (HP) air
  21. What computer controls the anti-ice protection system?
    Integrated air system controller (IASC)
  22. When power is lost to an engine anti-ice valve, what does the valve do?
    The valve fails open
  23. How many independent ice detectors/microprocessors are in the ice and rain protection system?
    Two
  24. Are the leading edges of the horizontal stabilizer heated?
    No
  25. How is rain removal from the windshields accomplished?
    Special coating applied to both the windshields and cockpit windows
  26. How is the wing anti-ice air discharged overboard?
    Vent holes along the bottom side of the wing leading edge
  27. Can the Challenger 350 aircraft hold in icing conditions with flaps extended?
    No
  28. Which items are heated when selecting the PROBES pushbutton annunciator (PBA) ON?
    • Pitot static probes,
    • static ports,
    • TAT probe (weight off wheels only),
    • AOA vanes
  29. SLD is an acronym for which term?
    Super-cooled large water droplets
  30. How are the windshields heated?
    Direct current (DC) power

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