Limitations Flashcards Preview

CL-65 Study Guide > Limitations > Flashcards

Flashcards in Limitations Deck (114):
0

Turning Radius

80' 1"

1

Nose wheel steering

Rudder pedals - 8 degrees
Tiller - 80 degrees

2

Max ramp weight

82,750 lbs

3

Max T/O weight

82,500 lbs

4

Max Landing weight

73,500 lbs

5

Max Zero Fuel Weight

70,000 lbs

6

Min flight weight

45,000 lbs

7

Cargo weight limits

FWD - 850 lbs
CTR - 850 lbs
AFT - 4375

8

Headset must be worn

Below FL180

9

Max airport pressure altitude

10,000 feet

10

Takeoff, landing, and operating limits (for pressure altitude above 8,000 feet and CABIN ALT WARN HI displayed.

One pilot must use oxygen from TO until message goes out, and landing until the airplane has vacated the runway after landing. The regulator should be set to the normal (N) position

11

Max operating altitude

41,000 feet

12

Max temp for T/O and landing

ISA + 35 C

13

Min temp for takeoff

ISA - 40 C

14

Engine type

GE CF34-8C5

15

APR arms when thrust is within _____ of scheduled thrust setting

8%

16

APR Activates on takeoff if:

Thrust levers are in TOGA detent
Either normal, flex or GA power is programmed
Engine fail (N1 rpm differ by 15%

17

APR Activates on GA if:

OEO operations, or
Engine failure (N1 RPM differ by 15%)

18

Set OEO fuel scheduling for MCT by:

Placing thrust levers in the Max Power detent

19

Engine thrust

APR - 14,750
Non-APR - 13,560

20

Cold soaked definition:

- 30 degrees C (22 F) or below for more than 8 hours

21

Cold soaked engine prep

Motored 60 seconds
Fan rotation observed
Thrust reversers cycles - 2 seconds or less

22

Engine warm-up

IDLE - Normal operating range
Do not exceed 75% N1 for 2 minutes or until in normal operating range whichever is longer

23

Engine ground start

ITT below 120 degrees C

24

Engine air start

ITT below 90 degree C

25

Do not accelerate engine until oil pressure has stabilized ???

Below 116 psi

26

Engine to engine N2 split?

Not be greater than 2% N2

27

If N2 is ______ or less with an OAT of _______ do not accelerate above idle

57%, - 20 degrees C

28

Min N2 for start

20%

29

Min N1 for start

Rotation

30

Min oil temp for start

- 40 degrees C

31

Min oil pressure min steady state

25 psi

32

When the engines are operating and oil quantity is below ______ or engines not operating and oil quantity is below ____ the L(R) OIL LEVEL LO status message is displayed

57%, 80%

33

Oil level is checked?

3 minutes - 2 hours after every engine shutdown

34

EICAS limit display status message colors

Green - Normal operating range
Amber - Caution range
Red - Max and min limitations

35

Continuos Ignition Must be used when:

T/O & LDG on contaminated runways
MDT or HVY rain
MDT or HVY turbulence
Vicinity of TS

36

Engine starter cracking limits:

1st & 2nd attempts - 90 seconds on, 10 seconds off
3rd - 5th attempts- 90 seconds on, 5 minutes off

37

Engine starter cracking limits (flight)

1st attempt - 120 seconds on, 10 seconds off
2 - 5 attempts - 60 seconds on, 5 minutes off

38

Engine dry motor cycle (ground)

1st attempt: 90 seconds on, 5 minutes off
2 - 5 attempts: 30 seconds on, 5 minutes off

39

Air start limits:

Windmill and starter assist 21,000 feet and below
Rapid Relight: 10,000 feet and below

40

Max fuel imbalance between main tanks:

Takeoff - 300 lbs
Flight - 800 lbs

41

Gravity fuel total:

14,810 lbs

42

Pressure refueling:

Total: 19,595 lbs
Mains: 7,492 lbs
Center: 4,610 lbs

43

Max fuel in center tank with less than ________ lbs in each main tank is _______ :

4,400 lbs, 500 lbs

44

Min fuel in each main tank for GA:

600 lbs

45

Min engine fuel temp limit for takeoff:

5 degrees C at engine inlet

46

Min temp for bulk fuel takeoff limit:

Jet A - 30 degrees C

47

Mixing of certain fuel types is permitted per CFM: T or F

True

48

APU Min temp cold soaked start:

- 40 degrees C

49

APU min battery voltage for start:

22 volts

50

APU max number of start attempts:

3 per hour

51

APU Min time between start attempts:

2 minutes

52

APU min time before pneumatic load:

2 minutes

53

APU max ops altitude

FL410

54

APU max starting altitude:

FL370

55

APU max altitude for bleed air:

FL250

56

APU ALT to use bleed air for engine starts:

FL250

57

APU max gen loading _____ KVA to _____:

40, FL410

58

APU max airspeed with door open & APU not running:

220 KTS

59

Ground icing requirements:

Cowl Anti-ice on in icing conditions or when OAT 10 degrees C or less and operating on RWY and/or TWY with snow, ice, slush, or standing water. Wing Anti-ice must be on when: OAT is 5 degrees C or below and visible moisture in any form is present (1sm vis) and/or OAT IS 5 degrees C or below and RWY is comtaimented with slush, snow, or standing water

60

In-flight icing:

Cowl Anti-ice on in icing conditions or ICE is annunciated by the ice detector system. Wing Anti-ice must be on when annunicated by the ice detection system or in icing conditions and IAS is less then 230 KTS

61

Holding in Super-cooled Large Droplet Icing conditions or operating in severe conditions is:

Prohibited

62

Continued operations in areas of super-cooled large droplet is:

Prohibited

63

Max RWY slope is:

+/- 2 degrees

64

Max tailwind component:

10 KTS

65

If cargo is in the cargo compartment the flight must be within ______ minutes of a suitable airport

60

66

Flap speeds:

1 & 8 degrees - 230 KTS
20 degrees- 220 KTS
30 degrees - 185 KTS
45 degrees - 170 KTS

67

Can flaps be used enroute?

No

68

Max altitude for flap extension?

15,000 feet

69

When holding in icing conditions, flaps must be _______ ?

Retracted

70

Max speed for turbulence?

280 KTS, 0.75 MACH

71

Max gear extension?

220 KTS

72

Max gear operational speed?

220 KTS

73

Max gear retract speed?

200 KTS

74

Max tire speed on ground?

195 KTS

75

Max crosswind component?

700 - 27 KTS dry, 15 KTS slippery
900 - 22 KTS dry, 15 KTS slippery

76

ADG supplies power to:

ADG bus to AC Ess bus to ESS TRU to ESS BUSS and DC BATT bus ( thru ESS TIE), ACMP 3B, Flaps/slats, pitch trim are available, Stab ch 2

77

ADG deploy speed with no time limit:

Vmo/Mmo

78

Max speed for windshield wiper operations or parked in non-parked position?

250 KTS

79

Maneuvering Limit Load Factors?

Flaps up: -1.0 to 2.5 G
Flaps down: 0.0 to 2.0 G

80

Max differential pressure is:

8.7 psi

81

Maximum negative differential pressure is:

- 0.5 psi

82

During taxi, takeoff and landing, the pressure differential must not exceed?

0.1 psi

83

The cabin must be completely depressurized prior to -____________ ?

Opening any doors

84

Max single pack operation altitude?

FL250

85

Autopilot use below 600 AGL is PROHIBITED, except?

Precision - 80 feet AGL
Single-engine precision - 110 feet AGL
Non-precision/Visual - 400 feet AGL

86

During RNAV departures and arrivals the autopilot must be -_______ ?

On

87

Using _______ sub mode during appr is not permitted?

DES

88

_________ mode use during VOR approaches is not permitted:

APPR

89

General load altitude limit (feet):

0-41,000 feet

90

Generator Load limitation each main:

40 KVA

91

General APU limitation:

40 KVA

92

TRU LOAD LIMIT:

120 amps

93

CRT display max time (ground) DC power only:

5 minutes

94

Wing and/or cowl anti-ice selection is _________ with the APU as a bleed source in manual mode:

Prohibited

95

Multi-function flight spoilers use Min altitude _______, Min Speed ________?

300 AGL, Vapp + 10 KTS

96

Min Multi-function flight spoilers altitude for stabilized approach:

1000 feet

97

Are thrust reversers approved to be used in flight?

No

98

By _______ KIAS reverse thrust must be reduced to idle?

60

99

Both stall protection systems switches must be _______ for all phases of flight:

ON

100

When on the ground and stationary, the taxi lights must be turned off after ________?

10 minutes

101

FMS is approved for use only during _______ and _____________ phases of flight:

Enroute, terminal, non-precision approach

102

Approaches prohibited using the FMS:

ILS
LOC/ LOC BC
VOR
LDA
SDF
MLS

103

What does the FMS message "NO APPR" mean when it is displayed on the PDF?

FMS must not be used past the FAF

104

Takeoff is prohibited with _________________ adhering to any critical surface:

Ice, snow, frost, and slush

105

Takeoff is permitted with a maximum of 1/8 inch of frost adhering to ____________ caused by ___________ in the wing:

The underside of the wing, cold-soaked fuel

106

RVSM required equipment?

1 operational autopilot
1 operational Altitude Alerting System
2 Altitude Reporting Transponders, 1 must be operational
2 operational ADC's

107

OAT above ________, delay WSHLD to LOW until after ________?

30 degrees C, takeoff

108

Max cruise MACH number during flight in RSVM airspace is ______?

0.82 MACH

109

Cross bleed start:
BLEED VALVES
Thrust lever Min ______ psi
Min _______ N2

Switch to AUTO
42 psi
80% N2

110

Engine start sequence: too many steps!!!!


Fuel pumps ON, Check boost pump INOP light out
Boost pump light ON, FUEL PUMP ON advisory message comes on
FUEL LO PRESS caution messages out, XFLOW INHIBIT not on
Engine - START, applicable START light on
Engine status - isolation valve opens, both pack valves close
Associated start valve opens, ATS engages,
50% - ATS Disengages, start valve closes, PAC/ISO valves previous
Settings

111

FUEL FEED CHECK VALVE TEST

Fuel pumps (both) OFF, observe FUEL LO PRESS caution on for. On-operating engine
FUEL LO PRESS caution (2 min max) displayed on the non-op engine
Dry motor non-operating engine max 30 seconds
Applicable FUEL LO PRESS caution should be displayed, if not-check valve failed
Fuel pumps (both) ON, L and R BOOST PUMP ON - lights come on
L and R BOOST PUMP INOP lights go out
L and R FUEL PUMP advisory message comes on
Applicable FUEL LO PRESS caution message goes out

112

SE taxi engine bleed

Only associated PACK

113

Bleeds may be transfer to APU when:

BLEED SOURCE - APU
ISOL - OPEN
BLEED VALVES - MANUAL

Automatic bleed operation restored by:
BLEED VALVE - AUTO
ISOL - CLOSED
BLEED SOURCE - BOTH ENG