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1

Autopilot malfunction can result in bank angles of ____ degrees within ___ seconds even if recovery is initiated within ___ seconds. Pitch up malfunction can cause stall within ___ seconds

55 degrees within 5 seconds, 3 seconds, 3 seconds

2

Do not operate the AC system with the _______ system in full INCREASE for extended period of time

Right alt pressure system

3

Main boost pumps should not be run dry as catastrophic failure can occur within ___ minutes

2

4

Center wing override pumps should not be run dry for more than ____ minutes

5

5

While opening emergency hatches during flight, reduce airspeed to ___ or less. If opening all hatches then __ should be opened first

150 KIAS, aft emergency hatch

6

Ditching should be accomplished with the landing gear____

Retracted

7

While ditching and wind speed greater than 30 knots ditching should be made _____ the wind which will be indicated by extensive_____

Into the wind, whitecaps

8

When ditching the airplane shouldn’t be ______ as ____ and leaks may occur

Stalled in, structural damage

9

Night ditching should be made with the assistance of

Instruments

10

When ditching the flare should be made as to level off approx. _____ feet above the crest of the swell

10

11

At an approach speed of 160 knots it takes ____ seconds for the flaps to reach 20 degrees with windmilling engines

65 seconds

12

During ditching it is recommended that no one be positioned aft of ____

Right aft escape hatch

13

During ditching ___ may be used to determine altitude below 2,5000 ft

Radio altimeter

14

Installation of emergency hatches is hazardous above ___ KIAS

150

15

____ may have to be used by crew fighting fires

Portable oxygen bottles

16

___ or ___ will inform the crew of fuselage fire on the ___ position of the interphone

Pilot or copilot, CALL

17

In case of fire, breathing ____ may help provide respiratory protection

100% oxygen

18

If passengers are aboard and ____ is an issue, then consider ___

Oxygen duration, emergency descent

19

The _____ hand held fire extinguisher should be held ____

Halon 1211, upright

20

If rapid decompression occurs the pilot with direct crew to ____ and initiate ___

Go on 100% oxygen, initiate a descent

21

During controllability check don’t allow speed to decrease to where ___ is required

Full control deflection

22

Controllability check should be accomplished above ___ ft

10K

23

Large amplitude dutch roll oscillations coupled with incorrect inputs may result in

Engine separation

24

To prevent further damage to the boom in case of retraction mechanism failure, the receiver pilot will not try to ___

Try and push the boom back in

25

If electrical stab trim doesn’t work then check operation of ___

Manual trim wheel

26

Sudden reversal of rudder direction at high rudder deflections can result it ____

Overstressing the vertical fin

27

If the emergency requires the shutting down of electrical systems be sure to set ____ to the desired position before shutdown

Fuel valves

28

If the IDG fails to disconnect the affected engine should be shut down using ___ checklist

Engine fire/failure during flight

29

Tripping the GCB switch with the corresponding BTB CIRCUIT OPEN light on causes loss of power until ____ closes

BTB

30

If a CB trips ___ times do not attempt to reset

3

31

Prior to checking or changing fuses be sure to ___

Turn off the affected equipment

32

If an engine start is attempted and not completed, observe a ____ waiting period before trying again. This is to ______

30 seconds, allow fuel drainage from the nacelle

33

Do not attempt and airstart without starter assist if N2 is below _____% or __ may occur

15%, hung start

34

After an engine failure, the __ _may be trimmed without ___ the autopilot or yaw damper

Rudder, disengaging

35

Boldface for ENGINE FIRE/FAILURE DURING FLIGHT

THROTTLE – CUTOFF (unless needed) (P,CP)
FIRE SWITCH – PULL (if required) (P,CP)
EXTINGUISHER SWITCH - PRESS (if required) (P,CP)

36

When shutting down the engine, make sure the generator breaker _____ caution light illuminates and trip the ___ to disengage the exciter field of the IDG

Circuit open, gen breaker switch

37

If oil pressure fluctuates below ___ psi then __ the engine

11psi, shut down

38

Bearing failure may occur as quickly as ___ after oil starvation

30 seconds

39

If nose down stab trim failure is encountered during an approach then ____

Go around and next approach should be made using manual flight procedures

40

For nose-up trim using the spoilers then set ___ to cut-off and ___

Inboard, raise the speed brakes

41

. If runaway stab trim occurs prior to S1 then the pnf ____

Sets stab tim to CUTOFF

42

When rudder power switch is turned off, check that the pressure (3 things)

Bleedown occurs, yaw damper/EFAS disengages

43

Slow or rough movement of crossover valve could result in (2 things)

Rupture of return lines or unwanted pressurization

44

Broken/jammed drive chain in forward stab trim mechanism can prevent __ or ___ trimming

Electrical or manual

45

Indications of possible fuel leakage include (6 things)

Excessive fuel flow
Inadequate fuel flow
Fuel low pressure warning indications
Fuel quantity rapidly decreasing
Fuel line leakage in strut/nacelle area
Body tank fuel quantity increasing

46

Discontinue emergency tank emptying procedures before the fuel quantity reaches

0

47

If main tank leak is suspected it is imperative to __ and ___ to reduce further damage

Reduce airspeed and flap movement

48

To prevent excessive fuel px surges at completeion of fuel dumping, set __ pump to ___ prior to setting fuel dump switch to ____.

A/R, OFF, OFF

49

If a hydraulic pump inop light illuminates with no indications of fluid loss and remains on after L/R hydraulic system is depressurized and repressurized then ____

Set the affected pump supply switch to CLOSED

50

. If a hydraulic pump inop light illuminates with indications of fluid loss then

Set the affected pump supply switch to CLOSED

51

If a loss of hydraulic quantity occurs with no other indications then ____

Immediately depressurize the affected system

52

If a loss of hydraulic quantity occurs with no other indications and depressurizing doesn’t fix it then ____

Close the supply switch for the affected pump (inboard/outboard)

53

Another way to check the actual system pressure of the L hydraulic system is ___

Read the reserve brake gauge

54

It is safe to use the crossover valve after loss of fluid provided ____ can occur with the appropriate hydraulic pressure and aux pump switches ON

Pressure can be built up and maintained in the affected system

55

If source of hydraulic leakage cannot be determined, monitor ___ during and after use of crossover valve. If fluid loss in unaffected system occurs, then _____

Fluid quantity gages, return the crossover valve to NORMAL

56

Application of hydraulic pressure to ____ system during manual extension can result in ____

Right system, injury to operator

57

Failure to close ____ on malfunctioning side of manifold could result in ___ due to escaping bleed air

The engine bleed valves, damage to the aircraft

58

Too rapid movement of cabin manual pressure knob towards the ___ position could cause harmful damage to ears

Increase and off

59

The maximum speed for EMERGENCY gear extension, retraction or gear down is (SL, 10K, 20K, 26.5K, 28K, above 29,5K)

355 KIAS @ SL
360 KIAS @10K
368 KIAS @ 20K
373 KIAS @ 26.5K
361 KIAS @ 28K
.9 Mach above 29.5K

60

During recovery from unusual high attitude, if the landing gear is lowered then a ___ condition may result

Pitch up

61

For unplanned penetration of severe turbulence, establish an airspeed of approximately ___ KIAS, or MACH _____ whichever is lower. Only change thrust in cases of ____. Don’t chase ___ and leave the ___ off. Ensure ___ is ON and don’t lower ____ or ____

280, .77 - .80, extreme airspeed variation, altitude, autopilot, yaw damper, gear and flaps

62

Complete loss of airspeed indications will generally occur by the time approx. ____ inches of ice has accumulated on the nose.

2 inches

63

Static port icing will affect ____ while pitot tube icing will affect (4 things)

All pitot and static instruments, IAS/TAS/MACH/Altimeter

64

If Q-inlet icing occurs during powered rudder operation, rudder pedal forces may be ___ which may result in a tendency to ____

Reduced for all rudder deflections, overcontrol

65

Boldface for SMOKE/FUME ELIMINATION

OXYGEN – ON/100% (ALL)