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1

Reduction Gear Box accessories

Hydraulic pump
Over speed Governor
Propeller Control Unit
Auxiliary Generator

2

Turbo Machinery Module

Starter/ Generator
High pressure fuel pump
Oil pump assembly
Air/oil separator

3

Hydraulics

Green system system services

Gear
Rudder one (1)
Outboard brakes
Outboard flaps
Main door
Steering NWS

4

Hydraulics

Blue system services

Flaps inboard nacelle
Inboard brakes
Rudder two (2)
Emergency brake

5

Systems lost in the event of complete electrical failure

Fuel quantity
A/P FD
Comm 2
Engine parameters (bar T6 and Tq)
Flaps
Landing light (bar left)
Anti skid
Pressurisation

6

AUTO TRANSFER

Auto Transfer requires: (2-second delay)

- P
- O
- B

- Power select switch to BATT.

- One or both generator switches in the ON position.

- Both main generator contacts open (Failed/Inop).

7

After an auto transfer occurs, you cannot start the APU because

the Central DC Bus is not powered

8

APU - AUTO shutdown on the Ground

F O O O O L L L L H

Fire
Over Current
Over Speed
Over Volt
Over Temp (on start)
Low Oil Pressure
Loss of Speed Sensor
Loss of ECU (28vDcv Pwr)
Loss of EGT
High Oil Temp.

9

APU - AUTO shutdown

'OsOv'

Over Speed

Over Voltage

10

APU auto shut down 10G -2A

FOOOOLLLLH

OSOV

FIRE
OVER SPEED (G&A)
OVER VOLTAGE (G&A)
OVER CURRENT
OVER TEMPERATURE (0n start)
LOW OIL PRESSURE
LOSS OF SPEED SENSOR
LOSS OF ECU (28v DC PWR)
LOSS OF EGT
HIGH OIL TEMP

11

Stablised approach

Configured,
On slope, heading, and centre line,
At Vref +10
ROD <1000'/min below 1000 AGL

Minimal manoeuvring and power changes.

12

Electric system, 'I'm in the AAAAMMBEE!'

APU GEN
AC Inverter
AUX GEN
Auto transfer system
Main starter generator
Main battery
Ext. PWR (ORE)
Emergency lights

13

AC inverters supply 'FAVR'

FDR/GPWS
AHRS 1 & 2
VOR/ILS 1 & 2
Radar (WX)

14

Time of useful consciousness (TUC)

P

15

A rapid depressurisation may be accompanied by:-

WHAT HEAD

Wind noise (if an exit is not functioning correctly or structural failure)
Hot fluids in the galley boiling due reduction of CAB px.
Air expansion causing a sudden cooling and possibly cabin fog
Toilet smoke detectors activating due to fog in the cabin
Hypoxia
Ear and stomach pain due to gas expansion
A loud noise (if there has been an explosion)
Dust and loose paper blowing about the cabin