ExpressJet EMB-145

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ExpressJet EMB-145
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  1. Minimum flight crew
    2 Pilots
  2. The EMB-145 is certified in the transport category in the following conditions:
    • Day
    • Night
    • VFR
    • IFR
    • Icing
  3. Maximum runway slope:
    +/- 2% of runway length
  4. Runway surface:
    Paved
  5. Maximum tailwind:
    10 kts
  6. Maximum temperature for aircraft is:
    ISA +35C
  7. Minumum / Maximum takeoff & landing pressure altitude:
    -1000', 8000' (ER/EP/LR) 10,000' XR
  8. Minimum / Maximum SAT at FL370:
    -65C / -21.5C
  9. Minimum / Maximum SAT fro takeoff:
    -40C / +52C
  10. Minimum SAT below FL250:
    -54
  11. TAT above FL250 in cruise flight is limited to:
    -45 C However, if momentary deviations occur down to -50 C, no maintenance action is required
  12. MX insprction needed when landing below:
    -40C
  13. Vlo for retraction/extention:
    200kts / 250kts
  14. Vle:
    250kts
  15. Va:
    200kts
  16. Maximum flap extention speed for flaps 9:
    250 KIAS
  17. Maximum flap extention speed for flaps 18:
    200 KIAS
  18. Maximum flap extention speed for flaps 22:
    200 KIAS
  19. Maximum flap extention speed for flaps 45:
    145 KIAS
  20. Maximum flap extention speed for flaps 45 XR:
    160 KIAS
  21. Above 10,000' with the YD disengaged, maximum speed for flaps 22 (XR)
    180 KIAS
  22. Above 10,000' with the YD disengaged, maximum speed for flaps 45 (XR)
    145 KIAS
  23. For non-XR aircraft, the flap 45 Vfe of ____ KIAS must not be exceeded in any condition. However, if momentary deviations occur at speeds up to ____ KIAS during transition to or flight with flaps 45, no maintenance action is required. This does not constitute anautoorization to operate above Vfe.
    145 KIAS

    160 KIAS
  24. Maximum airspeed after takeoff/climb without retriming:
    160 KIAS
  25. Maximum airspeeed for turbulent air penetration below 10,000': _____


    Maximum airspeeed for turbulent air penetration above 10,000': _____
    200 KIAS and above 10,000' 250 KIAS or M. .63 whichever is lower
  26. Maximyum windshield wiper operating speed:
    170 KIAS
  27. Do not operate windshield wiper on a _____
    dry windhield
  28. Maximum imbalance allowed between tanks:
    800 lbs
  29. The minumum / maximum fuel tank temperature is
    -40C - to +52C
  30. Max N1:
    100%
  31. For all models equipped with FADEC 7.6 or greater the minumum / maximum oil pressure < 88% N2:

    note: 2
    note: 5
    34 psi - 110 psi

    • note 2: May be exceeded during starts if oil temperature is below 21C. The engine must remain at IDLE until the oil pressure is less than 110 psi.
    • note 5: Total time above 110 psi must not exceed 5 minutes.
  32. Takeoff thrust is time limited to:
    5 minutes
  33. While this is abnormal condition during takeoff and go around, oil pressure operation between _____ and _____ PSI is permitted during takeoff and go around phases of flight.
    34 PSI

    48 PSI
  34. On LR/EP/ER aircraft equipped with FADEC 7.6 or greater the minumum / maximum oil pressure
    > 88% N2:
    50 psi - 110 psi
  35. On XR aircraft equipped with FADEC 7.6 or greater the minumum / maximum oil pressure > 88% N2:
    48 psi - 110 psi
  36. On XR aircraft, operation between 34 and 48 psi is permitted for a maximum of:
    5 minutes

    Can be exceeded during takeoff and go-around phases of flight
  37. LP spool and HP spool exceedence:
    May be exceeded up to ( but not including ) 2.5 IPS for 5 minutes during takeoff or go-around phases of flight, or for 10 seconds for any other phase of flight.
  38. Maximum oil pressure may be exceeded during start if the oil temperature is below _____. The engine must remain at IDLE until the oil pressure is less than _____ psi for aircraft equipped with FADEC 7.6 or greater.
    21C

    110C
  39. Aircraft equipped with FADEC 7.6 or greater will display oil pressures up to and including _____ psi in green:
    110 psi
  40. Operation in the oil pressure amber range between _______,_______ psi is permitted in all operational modes and is time limited to _____ minutes. Operation in the oil pressure amber range between _____ , _____ is permitted in all operational modes and is time limited to ______ minutes. However, total time above ______ may not exceed ______ minutes.
    • 111 - 115 psi
    • 5 minutes
    • 116 -155 psi
    • 2 minutes
    • 110 psi
    • 5 minutes
  41. Minimum oil temperature for start:
    -40C
  42. To increase N2 above _____% the engine oil temperature ust be at _____ C minimum. In lieu of this limit it is acceptable to either: run the engine for at least _____ minutes or complete a static run-up to _____% N2, allow the engines to stabilize and check to ensure that the oil pressure is equal to or less than _____ psi.
    • 83%
    • 40C minimum
    • 8 minutes
    • 88%
    • 83 psi
  43. Lp and HP spool vibration limits may be exceeded up to ( but not including) _____ IPS for _____ minutes for takoff and go-around phases of flight or for _____ seconds during any other phase of flight.
    • 2.5 IPS
    • 5 minutes
    • 10 seconds
  44. Max ITT for Start ____ C on all engines:
    800C
  45. All ER/ EP/LR/XR takeoff thrust ratings and ITT limits are time limited to _____ minutes:
    5 minutes
  46. All XR's, takeoff thrust ITT between _____ are time limiteed to _____ seconds. Takeoff thrust temperatures up to _____ are permitted up to _____, _____ maximum.
    • 971-992C
    • 90 seconds
    • 970C
    • 5 minutes
  47. Any engine exceedance or peak must be:
    monitored and logged by the crew
  48. Dry motoring continuous operation:
    5 minutes on 5 minutes off
  49. Starting cycle - first to fourth _____, and then the fifth cycle should be _____:
    1 minute on, 1 minute off

    Fifth cycle 5 minutes off
  50. After start, the engines must run at idle or taxi thrust for _____ minutes for cold engines or _____ for warm engines:
    4 minutes

    2 minutes
  51. Engine is considered cold if it has been shut down for more than _____ minutes:
    90 minutes
  52. Engines must run for at least _____ minuts at idle or taxi thrust before shutdown:
    2 minutes - 2 to 5 minutes before shutdown is rerecommended.
  53. Maximum altitude for starting APU is _____
    FL300
  54. Maximum operational altitude for APU is _____
    FL370
  55. The APU will automatically shut down at _____% rotor speed.
    104% rotor speed.
  56. APU EGT may exceeded _____ up to _____ C for _____ minutes maximum.
    668C - 717C for 5 minutes maximum
  57. Minimum battery temperture for APU start
    -20C
  58. Start cycle for the APU:
    • After 1st attempt 1 minute off
    • After 2nd attempt 1 minute off
    • After 3rd attempt 301 minutes off
  59. Max load APU generators above FL300 _____ A
    300 A
  60. Minimum AP engagement height after takeoff is _____
    500 ft
  61. AP disengagement height is _____' for a visual approach _____' for Cat 1 _____ for Cat 2
    and __________ for non-percision.
    • 200 FT. AGL
    • 200 FT. AGL
    • 85 FT. AGL
    • Before Leaving MDA
  62. Maximum ISIS duration (non-XR) when operating only on batteries is _____ min. This may be extended to _____ minutes if pitot #3 is turned off when not operating in icing conditions.
    40 minutes

    45 minutes
  63. The airplane must not be moved during power-up initization. Do not Cage peanut attitude indicator in turning flight.
  64. Maximum altitude for flap extension:
    FL200
  65. Maximum differential pressure:
    7.8 psi
  66. Maximum differential over pressure:
    8.1 psi
  67. Maximum differential negitive pressure:
    -.3 psi
  68. Minimum temperature for manual anti-ice operation _____
    -40C
  69. Maximum temperture for anti-ice operation _____
    10C
  70. Holding configuration in icing:
    Landing gear up

    Flaps 0 degrees

    Minimum airspeed 200 KIAS

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