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EDTC 6321 Ray Slapkunas. Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak, AK MH-60J Jayhawk pilots will be able to identify MH-60J helicopter transmission systems limitations.

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1 EDTC 6321 Ray Slapkunas

2 Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak, AK MH-60J Jayhawk pilots will be able to identify MH-60J helicopter transmission systems limitations and associated emergency procedures. Tasks Identify Temperature Limitations Identify Pressure Limitations State Associated Emergency Procedures

3 1. View the slides that cover MH-60J Temperature Limitations.Temperature Limitations 2. View the slides that cover Emergency Procedures related to Temperature Limitations.Emergency Procedures 3. View the slides that cover MH-60J Pressure Limitations.Pressure Limitations 4. View the slides that cover Emergency Procedures related to Pressure Limitations.Emergency Procedures 5. Review lesson as needed. 6. Take final assessment and receive grade.

4 Continuous: -50 - 105˚C Precautionary: 105 - 120˚C Maximum: 120˚C

5 What is the temperature precautionary range for the MH-60J transmission system? 105 – 135˚C 120 - 135˚C 50 - 105˚C 105 - 120˚C

6 Please review the material by clicking here.here

7 Please proceed with lesson.

8 If the main transmission oil temperature is in the precautionary range (105 - 120˚C) the corrective action is: REDUCE POWER.

9 If transmission temperature is noted between 105 - 120˚C the corrective action is to: Reduce power. Check airspeed. Land as soon as possible. Land immediately.

10 Please review the material by clicking here.here

11 Please proceed with lesson.

12 If the main transmission oil temperature above max limits (120˚C) the corrective action is: LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

13 If transmission temperature exceeds __ the corrective action is to land as soon as possible. 75˚C 100˚C 105˚C 120˚C

14 Please review the material by clicking here.here

15 Please proceed with lesson.

16 Minimum: 20 PSI Idle and Transient: 20 - 30 PSI Steady State Level Forward Flight: 45 - 65 PSI Continuous and Maneuvering: 30 - 65 PSI Precautionary: 65 - 130 PSI Maximum: 130 PSI

17 In what flight regime should transmission pressure be between 45 and 65 PSI? Idle Steady State Level Maneuvering Hovering

18 Please review the material by clicking here.here

19 Please proceed with lesson.

20 Minimum: 20 PSI Idle and Transient: 20 - 30 PSI Steady State Level Forward Flight: 45 - 65 PSI Continuous and Maneuvering: 30 - 65 PSI Precautionary: 65 - 130 PSI Maximum: 130 PSI

21 What is the pressure precautionary range for the MH- 60J transmission system? 30 - 65 PSI 45 - 65 PSI 45 - 105 PSI 65 - 130 PSI

22 Please review the material by clicking here.here

23 Please proceed with lesson.

24 If the main transmission oil pressure is in the lower precautionary range (20 - 30 PSI) or below the corrective action is: LAND AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

25 While in flight if transmission pressure is noted below 30 PSI the corrective action is: Monitor other transmission gauges. Reduce power. Land as soon as practicable. Land as soon as possible.

26 Please review the material by clicking here.here

27 Please proceed with lesson.

28 If the main transmission oil pressure is in the upper precautionary range (65 - 130 PSI) or above the corrective action is: MONITOR OTHER TRANSMISSION GAUGES.

29 While in flight if transmission pressure is noted above 65 PSI the corrective action is: Monitor other transmission gauges. Reduce power. Land as soon as possible. Land as soon as practicable.

30 Please review the material by clicking here.here

31 Please proceed with lesson.

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33 US Coast Guard Flight Manual: Series HH-60J Helicopter

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