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Flashcards in Takeoff Deck (33):
1

Seat must be adjusted so that the knee can be _____ at full ___ travel

Locked, pedal

2

If the flight director bars fail during or immediately after takeoff, cimb out at recommended _____ airspeed for 3 engines and _____ for 4 engines.

3 engine climbout speed (Vco), 3 engine climbout speed plus 10 knots (Vco+10)

3

A bank angle of 30 degrees at climbout speed with flaps down could reduce climb capability as much as ___.

400 fpm

4

If an engine failure occurs after attaining Vco, on max mode takeoff, climb at ___ speed

The speed attained at the point of engine failure

5

Any unusual rolling moment encountered during flap retraction could indicate____

Asymmetric flaps

6

What is the alarm bell signal to prepare for ditching or crash landing?

6 short rings

7

What is the alarm bell signal for ditching or crash landing?

1 Long ring

8

Boldface for Crash Landing or Ditching Immediately after takeoff

FLAPS – 50° (P, CP)
GEAR – DOWN (UNLESS OVER WATER) (P,CP)
THROTTLES – CUTOFF AFTER TOUCHDOWN (P,CP)

9

The copilot give the “Brace for crash landing” over the ___ position of the interphone and ___ ring(s) of the alarm bell.

CALL, 1

10

If crash landing will occur, pilots must __ on their seats

Lock the inertial reels

11

If crash landing, pilot must maintain ___ approach speeds and land straight ahead making contact with the ground in ___ attitude.

Appropriate, normal landing attitude

12

If crash landing, do not cutoff engines prior to ___ as it would cause you to lose ____ and ___

Touchdown, primary electric power and hydraulic pressure

13

Separation of the nose radome will result in inaccurate indications of: (4 things)

Airspeed, Mach number, altitude, vertical velocity

14

With EFAS inoperative, Vmcg can increase as much as ____ knots

25 knots

15

While still on the runway, don’t advance the throttle on asymmetric engine beyond____

Takeoff setting

16

Airspeed indications can exhibit errors during sideslip. ___ knots lower than indicated will exist at ____ degrees of sideslip

7 knots, 10 degrees

17

During rotation don’t exceed ___ degrees of bank

8 degrees

18

On wet and icy runways, deviations of up to ____ feet from takeoff path can be expected

30 feet

19

Charted Vmcg for dry runway is based on immediate us of ___ and ___

Rudder and nosewheel steering

20

During actual or simulated engine loss, limit bank to ___ degrees until gear is up and ____ is achieved

15 degrees, maneuvering speed is reached

21

For an engine failure during takeoff, throttle reduction should not occur prior to ___

Landing gear retraction

22

Takeoff shouldn’t be attempted if oil pressure is greater than ___psi

92 psi

23

In the case of asymmetric flaps, place the flaps in ___ position

The last working

24

If unable to synchronize flaps, consider ___ and ___ as soon as possible

Fuel dumping, land

25

When main flaps are retraced and one or both leading edge flaps remain extended the airplane should be flown with caution at load factors in excess of ___gs and in ___ speed range

1.5 gs, 215 and 305 KIAS

26

Don’t operate ___ and gear simultaneously. Slow operation of __ will result

FWD AR pumps, gear

27

Don’t operate the ___ and flaps simultaneously. Slow operation of ___ will result

AFT AR pumps, rudder

28

If leading edge flaps fail to retract when the outboards are raised above ___ degrees you should ___ the ___ spoilers.

6 degrees, cutoff the outboard spoilers

29

For nose up trim, set inboard spoiler switch to ____ which will give approx. ____ of equivalent trim

Cutoff, 2-3 degrees

30

If deviation between airspeed indicators occurs then ___ may be used to determine which is more accurate

Speed deviation indicators

31

On speed indication is equal to ___ AOA

.6

32

If during a climb all airspeed indicators are inaccurate, continue max climb at ___ degrees of pitch

8

33

If cargo door opens during takeoff, conditions permitting maintain __ flap setting

20 degrees