T44 engine run up check

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Aflax12
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74103
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T44 engine run up check
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2011-03-20 22:16:08
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T44 engine run up checklist
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  1. Parking Brake
    Set (LS)
  2. Engine Instruments
    • CHECKED (LS)
    • ITT Max 685
    • TORQUE 100-200
    • Prop RPM 900-1100
    • N1 50- 53%
    • Fuel Flow Approx 100pph
    • Oil Px min 40psi
    • Oil Temp -40-99
  3. Suction and Pneumatic Pressure
    • Checked (70% N1) (LS)
    • - set N1 to atleast 70%
    • suction 5.1+-0.8
    • pneumatic px 16+- 4
  4. Overspeed Governors
    • Checked (LS)
    • -Props full FWD
    • -Power levers <1900
    • - PROP GOV TEST switch - TEST (up posn)
    • -Power Levers - Advance until N2 stops increasing (1900-2200RPM)
    • - Power Levers - slowly retard N2 to 1900RPM
    • -Release PROP GOV TEST switch
  5. PRIMARY GOVERNORS
    • Checked (LS)
    • -N2 set to 1900
    • -Prop levers move aft (DO NOT FEATHER)
    • -N2 should stabilize btw 1600-1800RPM
    • -Prop Levers slowly FULL FWD
    • - N2 returns to 1900RPM
  6. Autofeather/Autoignition-
    • CHECKED/OFF (LS)
    • -Power levers set 500ft/lbs
    • - Auto Ignition switches ON (2 green AUTO IGN lights)
    • - Autofeather switch - HOLD TO TEST (down posn) observe 2 green AUTOFEATHER ARMED lights
    • - Left power lever retard slowly (410+-50 RH light out) @260+-50 LH Auto light flashes
    • - after 800 RPM, advance left power lever to 500ftlb
    • -Right power lever - retard slowly (same light thing)
    • - After 800 rpms, retard BOTH power levers to idle
    • - RELEASE AUTOFEATHER TEST switch
    • -RELEASE ENG AUTO IGN switches (2)
  7. MANUAL FEATHER
    • CHECKED (LS)
    • Power levers - IDLE & N2 stabilized
    • Prop levers - Feather
    • N2 should decrease
    • Prop levers full FWD after N2 decreases to 800RPM
    • N2 returns to 900-1100

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