EMB Study Questions

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EMB Study Questions
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  1. Required Flight Crew
    Pilot, Co-Pilot (Captain, First Officer)
  2. Types of Aircraft Operations
    • Day and Night
    • VFR and IFR
    • Flight in Icing Conditions
    • RVSM
  3. Maximum differential pressure
    8.1 psi
  4. Auto Mode normal maximum differential pressure
    7.8 psi
  5. Maximum negative differential pressure
    -0.3 psi
  6. Maximum Altitude for operation after an in flight depressurization
    10,000 MSL (unless MEA or other constraints require a higher altitude)
  7. Maximum altitude when aircraft is dispatched unpressurized flight
    10,000 ft.
  8. Maximum Speed for SL
    250 KIAS / .50 mach
  9. Maximum Speed for 10,000 ft
    320 KIAS / .78 mach
  10. Maximum Speed for 26,000 ft
    320 KIAS / .78 mach
  11. Maximum Speed for 30,000 ft
    320 KIAS / .78 mach
  12. Maximum Speed for 35,000 ft
    296 KIAS / .78 mach
  13. Maximum Speed for 37,000 ft
    350 KIAS / .78 mach
  14. Maximum Operation (VMO/MMO)
  15. Maximum operating (KIAS) 8,000 to 10,000 ft. MSL VMO
    Red Line
  16. Maximum operating (KIAS) up to -8,000 ft. MSL VMO
  17. Maximum turbulence penetration VB/MB
    250/.63 whichever is lower, 200 at or below 10,000
  18. Maximum manuevering speed VA
  19. VLOE (Landing gear extention)
  20. VLE (landing gear extended)
  21. VLOR (landing gear retration)
  22. Flap 9 Vfe airspeed limit
  23. Flap 22 Vfe airspeed limit
  24. Flap 45 Vfe airspeed limit
  25. Maximum wiper operation speed
  26. Momentary airspeed excursions that are due to wind gusts or turbulence are allowed up to 155 kts.
    with no crew or matinenance action required
  27. Steady state operation over 145 kts
    is not allowed and must be entered into the AML
  28. Maximum Operating Altitude
    37,000 ft
  29. Minimum takeoff and landing pressure altitude
    -1,000 ft
  30. Maximum takeoff and landing pressure altitude
    8,000 ft
  31. Minimum takeoff and landing temperature
    -40C SAT
  32. Maximum takeoff and landing temperature (-1,000 pressure altitude)
    52C SAT
  33. Maximum takeoff and landing temperature (8,000 pressure altitude)
    34C SAT
  34. In the even of a landing below -40C SAT, the aircraft:
    may not takeoff without further maintenance inspection
  35. TAT in cruise flight above 25,000 ft. is
    limited to -45C
  36. (on ground) Icing condition exist when:
    OAT 10C or below and visible moisture is present
  37. (on ground) Icing condition exist also exist when:
    OAT 10C or below when operating on ramps, taxiways or runways where surface snow, ice, standing water or slush may be ingested by engines, or freeze on engines, nacelles or engine sensor probes.
  38. (in flight) Icing conditions exist whenever the TAT is 10C or below and:
    visible moisture in any form is present
  39. Minimum temperature for manual Anti-Ice Operation
  40. Maximum temperature for manual Anti-Ice Operation
  41. SAT (or static air temperature)
    to be used on the ground
  42. TAT (or Total Air Temperature)
    to be used in flight
  43. There is no temperature limitation for:
    automatic Anti-Ice System operation
  44. Takeoff is Prohibited when:
    frost, snow, ice or slush is adhereing to the wings conrol surfaces, stabilizers, pitot static ports or AOA vanes
  45. Takeoff with frost on the fuel tank underwing surfaces is permitted:
    provided it does not exceed 1/8 inch
  46. A runway is considered contaminated when more than 25% of the required field length within the width being used is cover by:
    • More than 1/8 inch of
    • standing water
    • slush
    • wet snow
    • More than 3/4 inch or Dry snow
    • Compacted snow
    • Ice
  47. Pre-Takeoff Tactile check is required whenever the outside temperature is 5C or below and:
    • there is visible moisture
    • water is present on the wing
    • temp/dew point difference is 3C or less
    • atmospheric conditions have been condusive to frost formation
  48. APU shall not be used as a:
    pneumatic source for anti-icing system
  49. Minimum altitude during Coupled CAT I ILS Approach
    200 ft
  50. Minimum [autopilot] engagement height after takeoff
    500 ft
  51. Decent below minimum decent altitude on a non-precision approach with auto pilot engaged is:
  52. Single engine go-around go-around with autopilot engaged is:
  53. Approach mode selection during a localizer capture is allowed only when:
    aircraft is inbound
  54. When crossing the Outer Marker on glideslope, the altitude:
    must be verified with the value on the published procedure
  55. For aircraft with a single operating glideslope receiver:
    the approach may be flown using normal procedures no lower than LOC only MDA
  56. Yaw Damper operation is not authorized for:
    • Takeoff to 500 ft AFL
    • landing
  57. (APU) Operation altitude limit
    37,000 ft
  58. (APU) Altitude for start
    30,000 ft
  59. (APU) Start EGT
    884 C
  60. (APU) Continuous EGT
    680 C
  61. (APU) Rotor Speed
  62. (APU) Min Start Temp
  63. Minimum Battery temperature for APU start is:
    -20 C
  64. The APU (continuous) EGT may be exceeded up to
    717 C for five minutes maximum
  65. (APU) Cooling Period
    • Between Three Consecutive Attempts - 1 minute OFF
    • Between Two series of Three Consecutive Attempts - 30 min. OFF