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  1. Line area
    • Parking spots ABCDE toward RWY 5
    • Parking spots FGH toward 23 and 32
  2.  Taxiing
    • • No faster than a person can walk inside line area
    • • No faster than a person can trot outside line area
  3. • Primary - North of tower
    • o Runway 23/32 fill east to west facing 050°
    • o Runway 14 west to east facing 050°
    • o Overflow will be to the north side, from east to west, facing 230°
  4. • Alternate – West of tower
    • o Runway 5
    • o Located south end of Rows I and J
  5. If an abnormal start is detected...
    o PMU should auto abort with ST READY light on
  6. Abnormal Starts
    • Hot start
    • Hung start
    • No start
    • Red BATT BUS warning during start sequence
    • PCL is moved or ST READY extinguishes during start sequence
  7. o Hot Start
     ITT rate of increase appears likely to exceed 1000°C
  8. o Hung Start
     Normal N1 increase is halted (hung start)
  9. o No Start
     No rise of ITT is evident within 10 seconds after fuel flow indications
  10. If an abnormal start occurs, what should be reported to maintenance?
    degree and duration of any overtemperature
  11. Abort Start Procedure
    • 1. PCL-off or Starter Switch - Auto/Reset
    • 2. Perform Motoring Run procedure
  12. Notes and Cautions about Abort Start Procedure
    • • CAUTION
    • o If a start using external power is aborted (PMU or Manual) due to an actual or suspected aircraft malfunction, do not attempt subsequent starts
    • o Repeated PMU aborted start attempts are indicative of engine malfunction
    • • NOTE
    • o During ground starts, certain parameters (weak batter, high OAT, high pre-start ITT, high density altitude, tailwind) may cause the PMU to abort a battery start attempt. Though these parameters are not directly monitored by the PMU, they cause a rate of rise in N1 and/or ITT that are indicative of an impending hung or hot start.
    • o If a battery start was aborted (PMU or Manual abort), connect external power (if available) and perform Motoring Run Procedure. Subsequent starts may be attempted if no engine malfunctions are evident and no limits have been exceeded.
  13. o START READY light should remain on steady until PCL is advanced to idle.
     Failure to ensure the ST READY light remains illuminated may result in engine damage due to loss of the automatic shut-down feature
  14. o Action to take when START READY light goes out during start
    •  If ST READY light goes out during start, extra attention should be given to start process since automatic shutdown feature will be disabled.
    • Engine startup must be manually aborted
  15. Engine Fire on the ground indicators
    •  Primary indicators – Fire Annunciators
    •  Visual smoke or fire
    •  Engine indicators
    • • High ITT
    • • Fluctuating or high fuel flow
    •  Ground crew alert hand signal (point and figure 8 with other hand)
    •  Tower or other aircrew
  16. Emergency Engine Shutdown
    •  PCL – Offs
    •  Firewall Shutoff Handle – Pull
    •  Emergency Ground egress – as required
  17. When should an Emergency Engine Shutdown be executed?
    •  Event of Engine fire
    •  Prop strike
    •  Chip light
    •  If aircraft appears likely to depart prepared surface
    •  Any other serious ground emergency
  18. What is possible for an immediate ground egress?
    Ejection seat is 0/0 capable
  19. When do you perform the Emergency Ground egress?
    After the aircraft has come to a complete stop and the engine has been shutdown
  20. Emergency Ground Egress
    •  ISS Mode Selector – Solo
    •  Seat Safety Pin – Install (Both)
    •  Parking Brake – set as required
    •  Canopy – Open
    •  If Canopy can not be opened or situation requires right side egress
    • CFS Handle – Rotate and Pull
    •  Upper fittings, lower fittings, leg restraint garters – release
    •  Bat, Gen, Aux Bat switches – off
    •  Evacuate aircraft
  21. Emergency ground egress warning for ISS Mode Selector
    • • Warning
    • o Failure to ensure that the ISS mode selector is set to solo may result in the inadvertent ejection of one or both seats
  22. Emergency ground egress warning for Seat Safety Pin
    • • Warning
    • o Failure to insert both ejection seat safety pins (if occupied) before ground egress may result in inadvertent activation of ejection sequence and subsequent injury or death when performing emergency ground egress
  23. Emergency Ground Egress warnings for CFS handle
    •  If the canopy fracturing system malfunctions in conjunction with a canopy latch failure in the locked position, ejection may be the only option remaining to exit the aircraft. Aircrew shall remove the ejection seat safety pin and ensure should straps, lap straps, and leg restraint garters are still attached prior to pulling ejection handle
    •  To prevent injury, ensure oxygen mask is on and visor is down prior to actuating the CFS system
    •  Each internal CFS handle activates only the CFS charge for the respective transparency. Both internal CFS handles must be activated in order to fracture both transparencies (if required)
  24. Emergency ground egress note for Upper fittings, lower fittings, leg restraint garters
    • • Actuate leg restraint line quick-release lever on the left side of the seat or use individual quick-release connectors on leg restraint garters
    • • Note
    • o Oxygen hose, emergency oxygen hose, communication leads, and anti-g suit hose will pull free while vacating cockpit and leg restraint lines will pull through leg restraint garter D rings if released with quick release lever
  25. Safety precautions for CFS actuation
    • o Warning
    •  If the canopy fracturing system malfunctions in conjunction with a canopy latch failure in the locked position, ejection may be the only option remaining to exit the aircraft. Aircrew shall remove the ejection seat safety pin and ensure should straps, lap straps, and leg restraint garters are still attached prior to pulling ejection handle
    •  To prevent injury, ensure oxygen mask is on and visor is down prior to actuating the CFS system
    •  Each internal CFS handle activates only the CFS charge for the respective transparency. Both internal CFS handles must be activated in order to fracture both transparencies (if required)
  26. Safety precautions for Ejection seat
    • • Must be pinned prior to ingress and egress
    • • Unpinned seat is hot seat and can cause serious injury or death if ejection sequence initiated inadvertently

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