DC-8 Memory Items and Limitations.txt

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DC-8 Memory Items and Limitations.txt
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Memory items and Limitations for DC-8
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  1. Start valve does not open
    Fire shutoff lever (FE) - full forward

    Fuel shutoff lever (pilot) - off
  2. Reverser emergency stow
    Reverse lever - forward idle
  3. Electrical fire (unknown origin)
    Oxygen masks and smoke goggles - on/100 percent
  4. Main cargo compartment smoke or fire
    Oxygen masks and smoke goggles - on/100 percent
  5. Lower cargo compartment fire or smoke
    Oxygen masks (all crew) - on/100 percent
  6. Rapid depressurization
    Oxygen masks - on/100 percent
  7. Emergency evacuation
    PA - "Evacuate, Evacuate, Evacuate"

    Tower - notify

    Flaps - 35 degrees

    Spoilers - retract

    Fuel shutoff levers - off

    Fire shutoff levers - full forward

    Fire agent - discharge

    Batt switch - off

    Fuel tank selectors - off
  8. Max tail wind
    10 kts
  9. Max x-wind for low minima
    - miles
    - RVR
    - kts
    • 3/4 mile
    • 4000 RVR
    • 10 kts
  10. Max flap speeds 62/72/73
    0-12
    12-23
    23-50
    • 230/.46
    • 220/.44
    • 206/.41
  11. Max flap speeds -71
    0-15
    15-25
    25-50
    • 230/.46
    • 220/.44
    • 206/.41
  12. Landing gear speed
    230/.65
  13. Tech air AC

    Do not operate heater when outside temp is above ____
    16 C
  14. Tech air AC

    Do not operate AC above ___ ft or when outside temp is below ____
    • 20,000 ft
    • 10 C
  15. Tech air AC

    Cockpit climate control must be run on ____ position for ____ after cockpit heater use
    • Fan high
    • 90 seconds
  16. NASI ACM

    ACM's will be ____ when temps below ____
    • Off
    • 4*C RAT
  17. AC system limitations (-70)

    Packs (-70) and NASI ACM systems must be ____ for ____ and ____
    • Off
    • Takeoff and landing
  18. Pressurization

    Max cabin
    • 9.27 PSID
    • Note: cabin pressurization not permitted during takeoff and landing
  19. Electrical

    AC tie volts, all gen and ext power
    115 +/- 8
  20. Electrical

    AC freq all gen and ext power
    400 +/-20
  21. Electrical

    AC load meter (flight)
    1.37 max
  22. Electrical

    DC tie volts
    27 +/-3
  23. Electrical

    DC load meter (ground/flight)
    1.3 max
  24. Electrical

    Min Battery voltage
    22 min
  25. Electrical

    Preferential circuit
    Must be operable prior to takeoff
  26. Flap indicator
    • Pointer within 3 degrees of selected flap,
    • 3 degrees between pointers
  27. Fuel imbalance
    Above 40,000 lbs - no imbalance

    • Below 40,000 lbs:
    • less than 2,000 across centerline not to exceed 2,000 lbs between inboard and outboard system
  28. Pressure fueling limitation
    50 PSI max

    X-feed levers up (normal) position
  29. Fuel temp limit in-flight
    -36*C
  30. Fuel boost and/or feed pump limitations

    Min tank boost pump pressure
    18 +/-3 PSI (engines shut down)
  31. Min engine driven boost pump pressure at idle (pumps off)
    11 +/-3 PSI
  32. Hydraulic

    System pressure
    2800-3100 PSI
  33. Hydraulic

    Aux pump pressure
    2600-3000 PSI
  34. Engine anti-ice on when:
    • outside temp 6*C (42*F) or below and vis moisture present (fog when 1 mile or less)
    • outside temp 6*C (42*F) or below and dewpoint within 3*C (5*F)
    • icing conditions anticipated
  35. Max RAT for engine anti-ice
    10*C (50*F)
  36. Rain Removal
    Max time for use on dry windshield
    10 seconds
  37. Min N2 ops inflight
    Above 6,000 ft and below 200 kts, min N2 of 62% except during landing
  38. Engine EGT (JT3D-7)
    (time/temp)

    Takeoff
    5 min, 575
  39. Engine EGT (JT3D-7)
    (time/temp)

    Max continuous (climb/cruise)
    Cont, 510
  40. Engine EGT (JT3D-7)
    (time/temp)

    Idle
    Cont, 340
  41. Engine EGT (JT3D-7)
    (time/temp)

    Starting
    Momentary (15 sec), 450
  42. Engine EGT (JT3D-7)
    (time/temp)

    Acceleration
    2 min, 575
  43. Engine EGT (CFM-56)
    (time/temp)

    Takeoff
    5 min, 870 (905 digital)
  44. Engine EGT (CFM-56)
    (time/temp)

    Max cont (climb/cruise)
    Cont, 835 (870 digital)
  45. Engine EGT (CFM-56)
    (time/temp)

    Idle
    Cont, N/A
  46. Engine EGT (CFM-56)
    (time/temp)

    Starting
    Momentary (15 sec), 725
  47. Engine EGT (CFM-56)
    (time/temp)

    Acceleration
    2 min (stabilized within 2 min), 870
  48. Engine shutdown after landing (JT3D)

    If engine operated above ___ for longer than ____, or over ____ for ____, engine must be operated at idle for ____ before shutdown
    • 85%, 1 min
    • 80%, 2 min
    • 5 min
  49. Engine shutdown after landing (CFM-56)

    If engine did not exceed ____ during ____, shutdown after ____. If exceeded ____, then ____ cool down.
    • 550, app & land, 1 min
    • 550, 3 min
  50. Engine oil pressure (CFM-56)
    13-90 PSI
  51. Engine oil pressure (JT3D)
    35-55 PSI
  52. Engine oil temp (CFM-56)
    5*C min
  53. Ignition limitations
    Inflight: A, B, or Both - 10 min on, 10 min off
  54. Engine starting limits (CFM-56)

    Min pneumatic pressure for start
    25 PSI
  55. Engine starting limits (CFM-56)

    Max starter disengagement
    50% +/-1% N2
  56. Engine starting limits (JT3D)

    Min pneumatic pressure for start
    20 PSIG
  57. Engine starting limits (JT3D)

    Max starter disengagement
    40% max
  58. Thrust reverser inflight limit speeds

    Minimum
    190 kts
  59. Thrust reverser inflight limit speeds

    Max
    Vd/Md
  60. Thrust reverser inflight limit speeds

    Max for stowing (normal or emergency)
    300 kts, .80 M

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