SF340 Limitations

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  1. What category is the Saab 340 Certified? 2-1
    Transport category… FAR part 25
  2. What is the max taxi weight of the Saab 340B? 2-3
    29,300 lbs
  3. What is the max takeoff weight of the Saab 340B? 2-3
    29,000 lbs
  4. What is the max landing weight of the Saab 340B? 2-3
    28,500 lbs
  5. What is the max zero fuel weight of the Saab 340B? 2-3
    26,500 lbs
  6. What is the max Cargo Weight for C1? 2-4
    1125
  7. What is the max Cargo Weight for C2? 2-4
    850
  8. What is the Max Combined Cargo Weight? 2-4
    1725
  9. What is the max torque for takeoff with APR or Go Around Power? 2-5
    107%
  10. What is the max torque for takeoff? 2-5
    100%
  11. What is max continuous power (torque) with one engine inop? 2-5
    100%
  12. What is the max transient torque for 12 seconds? 2-5
    112%
  13. What is the max ITT for takeoff with APR or Go Around Power? 2-5
    950°C for 2 minutes followed by 940°C for 3 additional minutes (5min total)
  14. What is the max ITT for takeoff? 2-5
    927°C for 2 minutes followed by 917°C for 3 additional minutes (5min total)
  15. What is the max continuous power (ITT) with one engine inop? 2-5
    940°C
  16. What is the max transient ITT for 12 seconds? 2-5
    965°C
  17. What is the max ITT during engine starting? 2-5
    965°C
  18. What is the max Engine RPM for takeoff with APR or Go Around Power? 2-5
    Red line (102%)
  19. What is the max Engine RPM for takeoff? 2-5
    Green arc (101%)
  20. What is the max continuous Engine RPM with one engine inop? 2-5
    Red line (102%)
  21. What is the max transient Engine RPM for 12 seconds? 2-5
    Red line (105%)
  22. What is the max prop RPM for Takeoff / Takeoff + APR / Go Around / Max continuous power? 2-5
    Red line (1396 PRPM)
  23. What is the max transient prop RPM for 12 seconds? 2-5
    1572 PRPM
  24. What is the MINIMUM prop RPM between ground idle and flight idle with the propeller unfeathered? 2-5
    950 PRPM
  25. What is the normal operating range for engine oil pressure? 2-5
    Green arc (30-100 psi)
  26. What is the engine oil pressure range when between ground idle and flight idle with the propeller unfeathered? 2-5
    20-100 psi
  27. What is the max engine oil pressure at starting an initial ground idle operation with extremely cold oil? 2-5
    200 psi
  28. What is the normal operating range for engine oil temperature? 2-5
    Green arc (35-122°C)
  29. What is the max engine oil temp allowed for 15 minutes? 2-5
    132°C
  30. What is the normal operating range for prop oil pressure? 2-5
    Green arc (25-140 psi)
  31. What is the minimum prop oil pressure with prop unfeathered? 2-5
    25psi
  32. Can you conduct ground operations with prop oil pressure in the yellow arc while unfeathered (5-25 psi and 140-225 psi)? 2-6
    No
  33. What is the operating range for prop oil pressure with the prop feathered? 2-6
    Yellow arc (5-25 psi)
  34. What is the normal operating range for prop oil temperature? 2-5
    Green arc (45-77°C)
  35. What is the max propeller temperature between ground idle and flight idle with the propeller unfeathered? 2-5
    Red line (77°C)
  36. What is the max propeller oil temperature for 15 minutes? 2-6
    93°C
  37. What is the Minimum oil temp for engine starting? 2-7
    -40°C
  38. How many start attempts can you make before the 25 minute cooling period? 2-6
    2 (Start, 3 minute cool, start, 25 minute cool)
  39. How many motor attempts can you make before the 60 minute cooling period? 2-6
    3 30 second motors (Motor, 3 minute cool, motor, 3 minute cool, motor, 60 minute cool)
  40. What is the max time to light off (from initial Ng rotation to ITT rise) during a direct start? 2-6
    20 seconds
  41. What is the max time a starter/generator can be engaged? 2-6
    70 seconds
  42. What is the max time a starter can be used for motoring? 2-6
    30 seconds
  43. What is the minimum battery temp for a battery start? 2-6
    -20°C
  44. What is the minimum battery voltage for a battery start? 2-6
    24V
  45. After a successful engine start, how long do you wait before you start the other engine? 2-6
    1 minute
  46. Can the FUEL TEMP LOW light be on for takeoff? 2-8
    No
  47. The XFEED and CONN VALVE switches shall be _____ and _____ during takeoff and landing in normal operation. 2-8
    OFF, CLOSED
  48. What three de-ice boot modes must be working before dispatch into know icing conditions? 2-9
    One Cycle, Continuous, Manual
  49. What is the definition of icing conditions for Engine anti-ice operation? 2-9
    +10°C or colder AND visible moisture OR standing water, slush, or snow on the ground
  50. After exiting icing conditions, how long must the engine anti-icing equipment (intake) be left on? 2-9
    At least 5 minutes
  51. A runway with how much water / slush / wet snow is acceptable? 2-10
    ½”
  52. A runway with how much dry snow is acceptable? 2-10
    3”
  53. When do you turn the propeller deice system to norm? 2-10
    -5°C or colder and there is any ice accretion on any part of the aircraft
  54. When do you turn the propeller deice system to max? 2-10
    -13°C or colder unless vibrations occur at warmer temperatures
  55. Can you turn the propeller heat to max if the temperature is between -10°C to -12°C? 2-11
    Yes, if unacceptable propeller vibration occurs, use caution for runback ice
  56. What is the definition of icing conditions for operation of wing and stabilizer deicing boots and for adherence to minimum airspeed and AP/FD limitations for icing conditions? 2-11
    +5°C or colder AND any visible moisture, OR any ice is on the aircraft, OR it is not certain there is no ice on the aircraft
  57. When should the deice boots be used? 2-11
    • -Icing conditions
    • -Until 400’ AFE, only at the first sign of ice accretion anywhere on the aircraft
    • -If SAT is below -40°C only if ice is accumulating on aircraft
  58. When can the deice boots be turned off? 2-11
    +6°C and no ice on the windshield wiper OR 3 cycles (9 minutes) after exiting icing conditions
  59. What is the max flap speed for flaps 7 or 15? 2-13
    175 KIAS
  60. What is the max flap speed for flaps 20? 2-13
    165 KIAS
  61. What is the max flap speed for flaps 35? 2-13
    140 KIAS
  62. What is gear retraction speed (Vlor)? 2-13
    150 KIAS
  63. What is gear extension speed (Vloe)? 2-13
    200 KIAS
  64. What is Emergency extension speed (Vloee)? 2-13
    200 KIAS
  65. What is max extended speed (Vle)? 2-13
    200 KIAS
  66. What is the Vmo up to 16,000’? 2-14
    250 KIAS
  67. What is Va? 2-14
    180 KIAS
  68. What is Vmm at flaps 0? 2-15
    Vref 20 + 30
  69. What is rough air penetration speed (Vra) up to 21,000’? 2-15
    190 KIAS
  70. What is Vra above 21,000’? 2-15
    Vmo minus 30 knots
  71. What is the minimum enroute speed with ice while level, holding, or in a descent? 2-16
    160 KIAS
  72. What is Vmm at flaps 0 with ice (below MSA)? 2-16
    Vref 20 + 40
  73. What speed is used for enroute climb with icing (below MSA)? 2-13
    Vcl + 15
  74. What is the minimum climb speed below MSA with ice while NOT maneuvering? 2-17
    Vcl + 15
  75. What is the minimum climb speed below MSA with ice while maneuvering? 2-17
    Vmm + 10
  76. What are the minimum flap speeds above MSA (climb, cruise, descent, hold, APPR)? 2-16
    • Flap 0° = 160 KIAS
    • Flap 7° = 150 KIAS
    • Flap 15° = 145 KIAS
    • Flap 20° = 140 KIAS
    • Flap 35° = 130 KIAS
  77. What is the minimum final approach speed while maneuvering with ice? 2-17
    Vmm + 10
  78. What is the minimum final approach speed while NOT maneuvering with ice? 2-17
    Vref + 10
  79. What is minimum speed for missed approach/go around below MSA with ice? 2-17
    Vref + 20 KIAS
  80. With all systems operating what types of flight is the Saab approved for? 2-19
    Day and night VFR, IFR, Atmospheric icing conditions
  81. What are the airport pressure altitude limits? 2-19
    -1000 to +8000
  82. What is the max tailwind component for TO and Landing? 2-19
    10 knots
  83. What is the max operating altitude for the Saab? 2-19
    25,000’ pressure altitude
  84. What is the minimum main battery temp for takeoff? 2-20
    -20°C
  85. What is the maximum cabin differential pressure? 2-20
    7.5 psi
  86. What is the maximum cabin differential pressure while operating in auto mode? 2-20
    7.1 psi
  87. When is the flight director not authorized for use during a takeoff? 2-25
    When below 500’ AGL or acceleration altitude, whichever is higher
  88. When is the use of Autopilot not authorized during takeoff? 2-25
    Below 500’ AGL or acceleration altitude, whichever is higher
  89. When is the use of Autopilot not authorized during a precision approach? 2-25
    Below 200’AGL
  90. When is the use of Autopilot not authorized on a non-precision app? 2-25
    Below the MDA
  91. When is the use of Autopilot not authorized during a visual approach? 2-25
    Below 500’ AGL
  92. When is the use of Autopilot not authorized during a Go-around? 2-25
    Below 200’ AGL
  93. During Icing conditions with Autopilot and/or FD engaged which vertical mode must be used? 2-25
    IAS
  94. When is the Yaw Damper not authorized for use? 2-25
    Takeoff, Go around, and Landing
  95. When is it prohibited to have flaps extended in flight? 2-26
    While holding
  96. When must final aircraft configuration be completed in IMC? 2-26
    Prior to FAF (except for circling approaches, OEI, or ATC restrictions)
  97. When must final aircraft configuration be completed in VMC? 2-26
    500’ AGL
  98. How long is the cargo fire protection for an aircraft with 1 or 2 bottles? 2-27
    • 1 bottle = 35 minutes
    • 2 bottles = 60 minutes
  99. Can the aircraft be moved on the ground while the AHRS is initializing? 2-27
    No
  100. What is the maximum difference between the 2 EADIs and the Standby Attitude indicator allowed for takeoff? 2-27
    Less than 3 degree bank and pitch
  101. Can you take off if the heading on the compass card is slewing away from the aircraft heading? 2-27
    No
  102. If a reduced power takeoff is performed with APR armed which speeds are used? 2-27
    Speeds for the assumed temperature (far right column)
  103. What is the maximum airspeed for windshield wiper use in low mode? 2-29
    130 KIAS
  104. What is the maximum airspeed for windshield wiper use in high mode? 2-29
    160 KIAS
  105. What is the maximum crosswind allowed for takeoff and landing? 2-29
    35 knots (steady)
  106. When is HP bleed air operation not authorized for cabin conditioning? 2-29
    When OAT is at or between 0ºC and 20ºC
  107. What is the maximum load for a DC generator? 2-29
    600 Amps for 5 minutes
  108. What is the nominal load for a DC generator? 2-29
    400 Amps
  109. At what battery temperature is a battery start not allowed? 2-30
    57ºC
  110. At what battery temperature is a cross generator start not allowed? 2-30
    61ºC
  111. What is the max battery temperature for takeoff? 2-30
    64°C
  112. At what battery temperature is takeoff not allowed? 2-30
    65ºC
  113. At what battery temperature does the BAT HOT LIGHT illuminate? 2-30
    71ºC
  114. What is the maximum voltage allowed for external power usage? 2-30
    29.5 VDC
  115. What are the minimum and maximum external power currents during engine start? 2-30
    • Min 1200 Amps
    • Max 1600 Amps
  116. What is the minimum O2 pressure for 2 or 3 crew members for a flight planned at or below 10,000’ MSL? 2-30
    800 psi
  117. What is the minimum O2 pressure for 2 crew members for a flight with a planned cruise altitude above 10,000’ MSL? 2-30
    1250 psi at a maximum temperature of 40ºC
  118. What is the minimum O2 pressure for 3 crew members for a flight with a planned cruise altitude above 10,000’ MSL? 2-30
    1650 psi
  119. Are reverse taxi operations or power-backs STRICTLY PROHIBITED? 2-30
    Yes
  120. Where do you set Ng to conduct the auto-ignition test during engine shutdown? 2-32
    75% - 77%
  121. Verify the IGN lights in the Flight Status Panel (FSP) illuminate momentarily while Ng is above _____ during shutdown. 2-32
    62%

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