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1

How many and what are the QRC ITEMS?

8:
Four Fires:
1) ENGINE FIRE ON THE GROUND 2) IN FLIGHT
3) APU FIRE 4) CLASS C BAGGAGE COMPARTMENT FIRE OR SMOKE

Four Others:
In flight the BATTERY OVERHEATS. We perform a an EMERGENCY DESCENT and our WINDSHIELD OVERHEATS. INADVERTENT PROP FEATHER.

2

What is the priority of handling an emergency / abnormal situation?

M - Memory / QRC Items
E - Emergency Items
A - Abnormal
N- Normal

The PF will confirm the positioning of critical items by the PM:
If the item in question is red and/or guarded or if there are two of an item.

3

How many and what are the MEMORY ITEMS?

6. (CREEPE)
-or-
During cruise we experience CABIN FIRE OR SMOKE. The fire burns through the fuselage and we experience a RAPID DEPRESSURIZATION. We start our descent and have an ELECTRIC TRIM RUNAWAY. During our descent the ENGINE FAILURE, PROPELLER DID NOT FEATHER which is better than the PROPELLER OVERSPEED. We land and perform a EMERGENCY EVACUATION.

4

Stall speeds for each flap setting:

Flaps 15 = 125 kts
Flaps 25 = 115 kts
Flaps 45 = 110 kts

5

MEMORY ITEM Cabin Fire or Smoke:

MEMORY ITEM:
Triple chime alert
– MASTER WARNING light flashing
– “SMOKE” aural
– SMOKE light on MAP flashing
– Visible fire or smoke in cabin or flight deck

1. Crew oxygen masks: DON, SELECT 100%
2. Recirculation and gasper fans: OFF
3. Smoke goggles: DON
4. Crew communication: ESTABLISH

Select EMERG as required to clear the mask and smoke goggles

6

MEMORY ITEM Rapid Depressurization:

MEMORY ITEM:
Triple chime alert
– MASTER WARNING light flashing
– “CABIN” aural
– CABIN ALT on MAP flashing
– Fog in flight deck or cabin
– Pressurization triple indicator VSI climbing
– Loud noise of depressurization

1. Crew oxygen masks: DON, SELECT 100%
2. Crew communication: ESTABLISH

7

MEMORY ITEM Propeller Overspeed – NP Above 103%:

MEMORY ITEM:
– T6 decreasing
– Torque decreasing to, or towards 0%
– NP increases toward 150%
– NH decreasing
Identify the affected engine and proceed:

1. Power lever: FLT IDLE
2. Condition lever: FEATHER, THEN CHECK
3. Airspeed: BELOW 180 KIAS
4. Flaps: 15°
5. Airspeed: 125 KIAS MINIMUM

In case no feathering is observed:
6. Electric feather switch: ON, THEN CHECK FEATHER

8

MEMORY ITEM Emergency Evacuation:

MEMORY ITEM:
If evacuation is warranted, the PIC will command the FO, “Prepare to evacuate.”
– The FO will advise the FA and notify ATC.
– If evacuation is not warranted, make a PA announcement “REMAIN SEATED.”
Repeat three times.

1. Parking brake: ON
2. Pressurization system: DUMP
3. Condition levers: FUEL CUT OFF
4. Fire handles: SQUEEZE AND PULL
5. Agent A and B (if necessary): DISCHARGE
6. APU SHUTOFF/EXTG switch: CLOSE
7. APU SHUTOFF/EXTG switch (if necessary): EXTG
8. Emergency lights: ON
9. Evacuation: INITIATE

PA: “EVACUATE! EVACUATE! EVACUATE!”
10. Power select switch, backup battery: OFF

NOTE - If times permits, pull the CVR circuit breaker H14.

9

MEMORY ITEM Engine Failure, Propeller Did Not Feather:

MEMORY ITEM:
– Aircraft performance / controllability is marginal.
Identify the affected engine and proceed:

1. Power lever: FLT IDLE
2. Condition lever: FEATHER, THEN CHECK

In case no feathering is observed:
3. Electric feather switch: ON, THEN CHECK FEATHER

10

MEMORY ITEM Electric Trim Runaway:

MEMORY ITEM:
Excessive trim wheel movement in one direction.

1. Elevator trim wheel: HOLD
2. AP/TRIM/PUSHER DISC switch: PRESS AND HOLD
3. Autopilot transfer switch: PRESS

11

QRC Engine Fire on the Ground:

Fire bell
– MASTER WARNING light flashing
– FIRE ENG / WW or FIRE PIPE ZONE lights illuminated on the fire control panel
– Visible fire
Identify the affected engine and proceed:

1. Condition lever: FUEL CUT OFF
2. Fire handle: SQUEEZE AND PULL
3. Extinguishing agents: AS REQUIRED

12

QRC Engine Fire in Flight:

Fire bell
– MASTER WARNING light flashing
– FIRE ENG / WW or FIRE PIPE ZONE lights illuminated on the fire control panel
– Visible fire
Identify the affected engine and proceed:

1. Power lever: FLT IDLE
2. Condition lever: FEATHER, THEN CHECK

In case no feathering is observed:
3. Electric feather switch: ON, THEN CHECK FEATHER

If warning lights extinguishes:
4. Single engine approach: COMPLETE Page E-26

If warning light remains or fire is confirmed:
5. Condition lever: FUEL CUT OFF
6. Fire handle: SQUEEZE AND PULL (DO NOT ROTATE)

13

QRC Auxiliary Power Unit Fire:

– Fire bell
– MASTER WARNING light flashing
– FIRE light illuminated on the APU control panel
– FIRE APU on MAP flashing
– Visible fire reported by ground personnel
1. APU SHUTOFF / EXTG switch: CLOSE

14

QRC Class-C Baggage Compartment Fire or Smoke:

Triple chime alert
– MASTER WARNING light flashing
– “SMOKE” aural
– SMOKE on MAP flashing
– WARN light on CLASS-C BAGGAGE SMOKE FIRE PANEL illuminated

1. Baggage fire extinguishing button: PRESS
2. Recirculation and gasper fans: OFF
3. Crew oxygen masks: DON, SELECT 100%

15

QRC Inadvertent Propeller Feather:

Torque increasing towards approximately 120%
– NP decreasing toward feather (At high power setting, feather NP is approximately 60%. At flight idle, feather NP is approximately 20%).
Identify the affected engine and proceed:

1. Power lever: FLT IDLE
2. Condition lever: FEATHER, THEN CHECK
3. Auto feather switch: OFF
4. Engine parameters: CHECK

16

QRC Battery Overheat:

– Triple chime alert
– MASTER WARNING light flashing
– “BATTERY” aural
Battery temperature increasing
– BATT OVERHEAT on MAP flashing

1. Power select switch: OFF

17

QRC Emergency Descent:

1. Power levers: FLT IDLE
2. Airspeed: THE LOWER OF VMO OR 200 KIAS
3. Landing gear: DOWN
4. Condition levers: MAX RPM

Advance the condition levers smoothly and continuously.

18

QRC Windshield Overheat:

Triple chime alert
– MASTER WARNING light flashing
– “WINDSHIELD” aural
– L W/S or R W/S OVERHEAT on MAP flashing

1. Respective windshield heat switch: OFF

19

The electric auxiliary feathering pump will be:

Automatically turned off 20 seconds after the electric feathering switch is set to on. Further pump operation will require the switch to be turned off and then back on, no more than six times. Remember to slow the aircraft down for better results.

20

What is the NP% when feathered at high and low power settings?

At high power setting, feather NP is approximately 60%. At flight idle, feather NP is approximately 20%

21

During emergencies that require the use of oxygen masks describe operation:

Remove headsets, don masks and establish communication. Make the following audio control panel selections with masks on:

MASK/BOOM switch: MASK
SPEAKER: ON
MIC switch: HOT

NOTE - Use the momentary position of the MIC when communicating to avoid distracting ambient noise.

Establish communication by stating:
"Captain on O2"
"First Officer on O2"

22

What does TEAM stand for?

Threat and Error Application Model (TEAM)