Astra

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Astra
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  1. Astra Engine
    Allied Signal TFE 731-3C-200G, Rated 3700lbs Static thrust up to 76F
  2. Bypass ratio
    2.79:1
  3. Planetary reduction gear ratio
    1.8:1
  4. How much percentage of total thrust does the Bypass air make at sea level?
    60% (less than 50% at altitude)
  5. When the engine is not running, is the Bleed Valve open or closed?
    It's spring-loaded fully open. (When the fuel computer operative, it opens full with throttle below 40degrees, closed above 40degrees.)
  6. How is ITT provided?
    10 temperature probes between JP turbine and LP turbines provide ITT for the fuel computer and the cockpit indicator.
  7. Maximum weight limitations are:
    1. Max ramp weight
    2. Max take off weight
    3. Max landing weight
    4. Max zero fuel weight
    • 1. 24,800 lbs
    • 2. 24,650 lbs
    • 3. 20,700 lbs
    • 4. 17,000 lbs
  8. List four possible limitations which may restrict your takeoff weight
    • 1. Structural limitat
    • 2. Runway limit
    • 3. Brake Energy limit
    • 4. Climb limit
  9. Baggage compartment weight loading limitation
    • 1100 lbs
    • 370 lbs with fuel tank extension
  10. List three possible limitations which may restrict your landing weight
    • 1. Structural Limit
    • 2. Approach Climb Limit
    • 3. Brake Energy Limit
  11. The 1125 Astra is equipped with two (list manufacturer, Model& Type) engines which produce ( ) lbs of static thrust each @ sea level up to 76 F.
    • Honeywell TFE731-3C-200G, TFE731-40/40R,
    • 3700lbs/4250lbs
  12. Oil quantity should be checked within ( ) mins after shutdown. If oil level is not checked as noted, ....
    • 15 min.
    • Start engine, idle for 3 min, shutdown, check oil level
  13. The oil pressure limitations are
    1. Starting; positive indication within ...seconds after...
    2.Normal;
    3.Takeoff, climb & cruise ....-....
    4.Minimum and Maximum red line .....
    • 1, 10 sec, light off
    • 2, 25-46
    • 3, 38-46
    • 4, 25 & 55
  14. Usable fuel capacity and unbalance limits;
    1, Total pound, with fuel tank extension
    2, Max lateral unbalance during takeoff, cruise and landing
    • 1, 8692 lbs, 9365 lbs
    • 2, 800 lbs
  15. What restrictions apply to AV GAS as an alternative fuel?
    Not permitted under any conditions.
  16. What power is required to operate the Refuel Off button?
    No2 Battery
  17. When is fuel jettison automatically terminated?
    When the respective fuel tank level drops to approx. 600lbs. (if the sutomatic termination happens, standby pump stays on)
  18. What is the maximum altitude when operating with both STBY PUMP and FUEL PRESS lights on?
    16,000ft
  19. Maximum ITT's are (C)
    1. Starting
    2, Takeoff for 5 min
    3. Takeoff transient
    4. Max continuous
    5. Climb
    6. Max Cruise
    • 1. 910 C
    • 2. 910 C
    • 3. 910 C~939 for 5 sec
    • 4. 910 C
    • 5. 910 C
    • 6. 885 C
  20. During starting, at normal operating temperatures, the pilot should observe an oil pressure indication within ....seconds after light off.
    10
  21. Master Caution will illuminate when any annunciator except;
    NAC ANTI-ICE and SURF DE-ICE
  22. Under what condition will the computer automatically terminate the start?
    a. 910C
    b. 101.5%
    c. Computer reversion to manual mode during start
    d. 50% N2
    d

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