T-1 Ops Limits

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T-1 Ops Limits
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  1. TAKEOFF: Time Limit (minutes)
    5 min
  2. MAX CONTINUOUS: Time Limit (minutes)
    Continuous
  3. IDLE: Time Limit (minutes)
    Continuous
  4. TAKEOFF: Max Observed ITT oC
    700
  5. MAX CONTINUOUS: Max Observed ITT oC
    680
  6. IDLE: Max Observed ITT oC
    580
  7. STARTING: Max Observed ITT oC
    • 550 - 600 (4 sec)
    • 600 - 700 (2 sec)
    • 700 - 720 (1 sec)
  8. TRANSIENT: Max Observed ITT oC
    720 (2 sec Max)
  9. TAKEOFF: N2%
    96
  10. MAX CONTINUOUS: N2%
    96
  11. IDLE: N2%
    52
  12. TRANSIENT: N2%
    96
  13. TAKEOFF: N1%
    104
  14. MAX CONTINUOUS: N1%
    104
  15. TRANSIENT: N1%
    106
  16. TAKEOFF: Oil Pressure (PSI)
    60 to 83
  17. MAX CONTINUOUS: Oil Pressure (PSI)
    60 to 83
  18. IDLE: Oil Pressure (PSI)
    40
  19. TRANSIENT: Oil Pressure (PSI)
    95 for 90 sec
  20. TAKEOFF: Oil Temperature (oC)
    10 to 121
  21. MAX CONTINOUS: Oil Temperature (oC)
    10 to 121
  22. IDLE: Oil Temperature (oC)
    -40 to 121
  23. STARTING: Oil Temperature (oC)
    -40
  24. TRANSIENT: Oil Temperature (oC)
    135 (Max) (15 min Max)
  25. Note (1): Time limit starts when throttles first advanced for takeoff thrust
  26. Note (2): Normal flight: Normal oil pressure is __ to __psi at N2 speeds above __%. Oil pressure below __psi is undesirable and should be tolerated only for the safe recovery of the flight, preferably at reduced power setting. Oil pressure below __psi is unsafe.
    60; 83; 60; 60; 40
  27. Note (3): Under cold starting conditions, oil pressure between __psi and __psi is limited to __ seconds.
    83; 95; 90
  28. Note (4): The ITT during ground starts should normally not exceed ___oC.
    550
  29. GROUND - Max for each generator
    280 amps
  30. FLIGHT - Both generators operating
    Up to 41,000 ft -- 280 amps
  31. FLIGHT - One generator operating
    Up to 32,500 ft -- 400 amps
  32. FLIGHT - One generator operating
    32,500 ft - 41,000 ft -- 280 amps
  33. Min battery voltage for battery start
    22 volts DC
  34. Max generator load prior to starting second engine
    150 amps
  35. Motoring of the starter is limited to:
    • 1st crank: 30 sec then 5 min cooling
    • 2nd crank: 30 sec then 15 min cooling
    • 3rd crank: 30 sec then 60 min cooling
  36. Extend flaps to 10 degrees
    200 KIAS
  37. Extend flaps >10 degrees
    170 KIAS
  38. Flaps extended >10 degrees
    165 KIAS
  39. Aircraft is limited to
    330 KIAS or .78 MACH, whichever is less
  40. Landing gear/lights
    200 KIAS / FL200
  41. Wipers (airspeed limits)
    200 KIAS
  42. Tire (airspeed limits)
    165 knots GS
  43. Min / Max Fuel Temperature
    -40 oC / 50 oC
  44. Emergency Fuel / Minimum Fuel
    300 lbs / 500 lbs
  45. Max Fuel Imbalance - T.O. / Touch & Go
    100 lbs
  46. Max Fuel Imbalance - FLIGHT
    300 lbs
  47. Max Fuel Imbalance - LANDING
    300 lbs
  48. Fuel crossfeed with 2 engines operating is limited to level flight when less than ___lbs of fuel remaining in the wing tank supplying fuel
    600
  49. Max Tailwind
    10 knots
  50. Max Crosswind (Dry)
    25 knots
  51. Max Crosswind (Wet)
    15 knots
  52. Max Crosswind (Icy)
    10 knots
  53. Max Takeoff Weight
    16,100 lbs
  54. Max Landing Weight
    15,700 lbs
  55. Max Operating Altitude
    FL410
  56. Yaw damper required operable for flight above
    FL280
  57. Do not use autopilot below
    200 ft AGL
  58. Except for preflight checks and landing rollout, do not operate anti-ice systems during ground operations at temperatures above
    10 oC OAT/SAT
  59. Reduce throttles below ___ N1, prior to turning on engine or wing anti-ice.
    90
  60. Do not operate surface anti-ice systems inflight at ram air temperatures above ___oC
    10
  61. To ensure proper wing anti-ice operation, the throttles must be kept at __% N2 minimum
    70

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