Flashcards in Embraer Minimum Limitations Deck (39):
Max t/o and landing tailwind component
Max aircraft operating altitude
Max flap extension altitude
Max Turbulent air penetration below 10000 ft
Max turbulent air penetration at or above 10000
270 kias or .76M whichever is lower
Max flap speeds ,1,2,3,4,5,full
When should you extend flaps?
Green dot to green dot +10 but never less than green dot.
Design manuever speed; full application of rudder or aileron, or manuevers that involve angles of attack near the stall
Minimum operating speed limit
Intentional speed reduction below stall warning as defined by stick shaker is prohibited unless specifically authorized for flight test or training operations
Definition of icing;
10*C or below; and
Visible moisture present; rain, snow, sleet and ice crystals or visibility less than on mile due to cloud or fog; or
Any ground surface with snow,slush,ice or water with the possibility of ingestion or freezing on aircraft.
Wing and engine anti-ice must be set to what for all ground conditions when temperature is =<10*C
MCDU data set to "ALL"
Windshield wiper max speed (same as gear). Plus should not be operated on dry window.
Fuel tank temperature minimum
Max fuel imbalance
Crossfeed operation limitation
XFEED must be off during takeoff and landing
Max altitude for single pack
31,000 ft (1 =single = 31,000)
Landing Gear retraction limit
Activating the landing gear downlock release button is prohibitted for all t/o unless obstacle clearance is required.
Flap limits (4 limitations)
Max altitude is 20,000ft
Enroute use prohibited (C)
Do not hold with flaps extended (C)
Flaps 4 is prohibited for approach and landing
Thrust reverser limitations (C)
Must be stowed BELOW 60 kias
Fms speeds are only available for what type of operation
Normal operation? All other operations require manual speeds. V1, OEI (one eng inop) windshear,
Engine Warm up or cool-down limitation. What is the minimum time required
What is the red indication on the Eicas engine limit mean
Maximum and minimum limitations
What is the amber indication on the Eicas engine limit mean
What is the green indication on the Eicas engine limit mean
Normal operating range
What are the limitations on reduced thrust takeoffs
Not allowed on contaminated runways; standing water, slush, snow or ice AND not allowed on Wet runways unless this was entered into performance data and accounts for increased stopping distance
When is single engine taxi not authorize? (4 items)
Braking less than good
Rvr is less than 1200
Power out is required (no pushback)
Ice is present in the form of freezing rain, freezing drizzle, freezing fog or heavy snow anticipated.
Maximum operating altitude for electrical portion of apu?
33,000 (apu = 3 letters = 33,000)
Maximum altitude for bleed usage from APU
15,000. (Bleed at 15)
Maximum apu altitude to assist with engine start
22,000. (Two engines = 22,000)
Maximum altitude to start apu
What is significance of 22,000 ft?
Maximum apu altitude to start an engine (2 engines =22k)
What is the significance of 15000 ft?
Max altitude for bleed air off Apu. (Bleed at 15)
What is max flap 1 speed
What is significance of 33,000 ft?
Maximum altitude for electrical from APU.
What is flaps 2 max speed?
What is significance of 31,000 ft?
Maximum altitude for single pack operation (1 =single =31)
What is flaps 3 maximum speed?
What is maximum speed for flaps 4 or 5?