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T-44A NASCC VT-31 GOUGE. T-44A V SPEEDS Airspeed (KIAS)VCondition 140V FE Max Full Flaps 174V FE Max 35% (Approach) Flaps 145V LR Max gear retraction.

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Presentation on theme: "T-44A NASCC VT-31 GOUGE. T-44A V SPEEDS Airspeed (KIAS)VCondition 140V FE Max Full Flaps 174V FE Max 35% (Approach) Flaps 145V LR Max gear retraction."— Presentation transcript:

1 T-44A NASCC VT-31 GOUGE

2 T-44A V SPEEDS

3 Airspeed (KIAS)VCondition 140V FE Max Full Flaps 174V FE Max 35% (Approach) Flaps 145V LR Max gear retraction 155V LE Max gear extended 153VAVA Maneuvering 86V MCA Minimum controllable 91V SSE Min safe one engine inoperative 227V MO Max dive/level flight Airspeed Limitations

4 T-44A V mca Minimum controllable airspeed 86 KIAS

5 T-44A

6 T-44A V mcg Minimum controllable groundspeed 63 KIAS

7 T-44A V SSE Minimum safe 1 engine inop 91 KIAS

8 T-44A V X / V XSE Best angle of Climb 102 KIAS

9 T-44A VYVY 108 KIAS

10 T-44A V YSE 110 KIAS

11 T-44A V FE Max flap extension/extended (full) 140 KIAS

12 T-44A V FE Max flap extension/extended (appr) 174 KIAS

13 T-44A V LR Max landing gear retraction 145 KIAS

14 T-44A V LE Max landing gear extension 155 KIAS

15 T-44A Max endurance glide 102 KIAS

16 T-44A Max range glide 130 KIAS

17 T-44A V A Maneuvering speed 153 KIAS

18 T-44A V MO /V NE Max dive/level flight 227 KIAS

19 T-44A ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

20 T-44A DC generator voltage 28.25±.8 V

21 T-44A AC inverter voltage 114±7/26 V

22 T-44A AC inverter frequency 400±6 Hz

23 T-44A Min volts for APU charge 18V

24 T-44A Min volts for APU start 20V

25 T-44A Min battery voltage for Batt start 22V

26 T-44A Starter cycle limits (40 sec, 1 min) x2, then 30 min

27 T-44A Interstage Turbine Temperature (ITT)

28 T-44A ITT Normal operating range 400 – 790 °C

29 T-44A ITT Max allowable 790 °C

30 T-44A ITT Max continuous 790 °C

31 T-44A ITT Max reverse 790 °C

32 T-44A ITT Max acceleration (up to 2 sec) 850 °C

33 T-44A ITT Max low idle 685 °C

34 T-44A ITT Max cruising 740 °C

35 T-44A ITT Cruise climb 765 °C

36 T-44A ITT Max start 925 °C cutoff 1090 °C (2 sec)

37 T-44A Torque

38 T-44A Torque Normal operating range 400 – 1315 ft-lb

39 T-44A Max 1900RPM 1520 ft-lb

40 T-44A Max 2200RPM 1315 ft-lb

41 T-44A Torque Max acceleration 2100 ft-lb (2 sec)

42 T-44A Turbine tachometer (N 1 )

43 T-44A N 1 Normal operating range 50% – 101.5%

44 T-44A N 1 Low idle range 50% - 53%

45 T-44A N 1 High Idle Range 64% - 67%

46 T-44A N 1 Max reverse 86%

47 T-44A N 1 Max acceleration (2 sec) 102.6%

48 T-44A N 1 Max continuous 101.5%

49 T-44A Propeller tachometer (N 2 )

50 T-44A N 2 Normal operating range 1800 – 2200 RPM

51 T-44A N 2 Max reverse 2100 RPM

52 T-44A Max N 2 during accel (2 sec) 2420 RPM

53 T-44A Oil Temperature

54 T-44A Normal oil temp operating range 10 – 99 °C

55 T-44A Max oil temp 99 °C

56 T-44A Oil Pressure

57 T-44A Normal oil press operating 72% N 1 85 – 100 psi

58 T-44A Max oil pressure 100 psi

59 T-44A Min oil pressure 40 psi

60 T-44A Prohibited maneuvers 1.Intentional Spins 2.Aerobatics

61 T-44A General

62 T-44A Max ramp weight 9,710 lbs

63 T-44A Max takeoff weight 9,650 lbs

64 T-44A Max landing weight 9,168 lbs

65 T-44A Pneumatic pressure norm operating range 16 ± 4 psi

66 T-44A Aircraft ceiling 31,000 ft

67 T-44A Max sink rate on landing 600 FPM

68 T-44A Min O 2 required during local/XC flight 1,000/1,500 psi

69 T-44A Blade angle for beta 15/-5 deg

70 T-44A Blade angle for reverse -5/-11 deg

71 T-44A Blade angle in feather 87 deg

72 T-44A Prop deicer ammeter normal operation amp

73 T-44A Max crosswind 20 kts

74 T-44A Max cabin pressure differential 4.7 psid

75 T-44A Gyro suction norm operating range 5.1 ±.8 Hg

76 T-44A Nosewheel travel left/right of center 12L/14R deg

77 T-44A Nosewheel travel with brake assist 48 deg

78 T-44A Left squat switch (HHHAP) H – AOA Heat H – Heat left engine lip boot H – Electric heat from GRD MAX - normal A – Ambient air solenoid opens w/ airborne P – Pressurization controls 1. Preset, 2. Dump, 3. Door

79 T-44A Right squat switch (GFISH) G – Landing Gear circuit inop, downlock hook F – Flight hour meter I – AOA Indexer lights S – Deactivates Stall warning H – Heat right engine lip boot

80 T-44A Memory Items (Boldface)

81 T-44A Fuel Leak 1)† Condition Lever – Fuel Cutoff 2)Emergency Shutdown Checklist - Execute

82 T-44A Engine Failure After Takeoff 1) Power – As Required 2) Gear – UP 3) Airspeed – As Required (V XSE or V YSE ) 4) Emergency Shutdown Checklist – Execute

83 T-44A Emergency Engine Shutdown on Deck 1)Condition levers – FUEL CUTOFF 2)Firewall valves – CLOSED 3)Boost pumps – OFF 4)Fire extinguisher – As Required 5)Gang bar – OFF 6)Evacuate aircraft

84 T-44A Generator Failure 1) Generator-OFF, Reset Momentarily, Then ON. If generator will not reset: 2) Generator – OFF 3) Current Limiter (Battery Ammeter) – Checked

85 T-44A Brake Fire 1)Firefighting assistance – Request 2)Stop aircraft 3)Emergency Shutdown on Deck Checklist - Execute

86 T-44A Jammed Power Lever † 1) Condition Lever – Fuel Cutoff 2) Emergency Shutdown Checklist - Execute

87 T-44A Windmilling Airstart 1)† Power Lever (failed engine) – Idle 2)† Prop lever (failed engine) – Full Forward 3)† Condition Lever – Fuel Cutoff 4)Firewall Valve – Open 5)Autoignition – Arm 6)Condition lever – Low Idle 7)Power – As Required

88 T-44A Prop Primary Gov Failure/Malfunction 1)Attempt to adjust prop rpm to normal operating range 2)† Power lever – Idle 3)† Prop lever – Feather 4)Alt Feathering Checklist – As Required

89 T-44A Smoke and Fume Elimination 1)O 2 Mask-MIC switch 100% - As required 2)Pressurization - Dump

90 T-44A Smoke/Fire of Unknown Origin 1) Crew – Alerted 2) Cabin Temperature Mode – OFF 3) Vent Blower – AUTO 4) Oxygen Masks/MIC switches (100%) – As Required

91 T-44A Explosive Decompression 1)O 2 Mask-MIC switch 100% - As required 2)Descend – As Required

92 T-44A Emergency Engine Shutdown Checklist 1)† Power Lever – Idle 2)† Propeller – Feather 3)† Condition Lever – Fuel Cutoff If fire or fuel leak 4)† Firewall valve – closed 5)† Fire extinguisher – As Required 6)† Bleed Air – Closed 7)Dead engine checklist – As Required

93 T-44A Aborting Takeoff Checklist 1)Announce - Abort 2)Power levers – Idle 3)Reverse – As required 4)Brakes – As required Immediately prior to departing runway 5)Condition levers – Fuel Cutoff as soon as practical 6)Firewall Valves – Closed 7)Boost pumps – Off 8)Fire extinguishers – As Required 9)Gang bar – Off 10)Evacuate aircraft

94 T-44A Emergency Descent 1)Power Levers – Idle 2)Propellers – Full Forward 3)Flaps – As Required 4)Landing Gear – As Required 5)Airspeed – As Required 6)Windshield heat – As Required

95 T-44A Single Engine waveoff 1)Power – Max allowable (estab pos ROC - V XSE min) 2)Flaps – Approach (unless already up) 3)Gear – Up 4)Flaps – Up 5)Prop – 1900 RPM

96 T-44A Abnormal Start 1)Condition lever – Fuel Cutoff (note max ITT) 2)Starter - Off

97 T-44A Low Alt Windshear 1)Power – Max allowable 2)Attitude – Set/hold 15 deg nose up 3)Gear – Up 4)Flaps – Maintain current setting

98 T-44A Spin Recovery 1)Power levers – Idle 2)Full opposite rudder 3)Yoke rapidly forward 4)Neutralize controls 5)Recover

99 T-44A Things that aren’t boldface, but might as well be:

100 T-44A Transfer Pump Failure (possible “NO FUEL TRANSFER” light) 1)Check total and nacelle fuel quantity If no fuel remains in wing tanks: 2)Transfer pump – OFF If fuel remains in wing tanks and necessary to use otherwise trapped 28 gallons: 3)Transfer pump – OVERRIDE If light remains on: 4)Transfer pump – OFF NOTE: Consider altering flight plan; 28 gallons fuel trapped/unusable 5)Land as soon as practicable

101 T-44A Boost Pump Failure (possible “FUEL CROSSFEED” light) *Failed boost pump is identified by momentarily placing the crossfeed switch in the CLOSED position. The red LH or RH FUEL PRESSURE light will illuminate indicating the failed boost pump 1)Failed boost pump - OFF 2)Crossfeed - OPEN NOTE: Determination of range with resorting to suction lift is dependent on fuel load remaining on the side opposite the failed boost pump (all fuel comes from tanks opposite failed boost pump). 3)Land as soon as practicable *Above 13,000’, power loss will begin until fuel stabilizes due to pressure differential *Suction lift limited to 10 hours between pump overhauls

102 T-44A Fuel Siphoning 1)Airspeed – 140 KIAS 2)Land as soon as practicable NOTE: Extreme nose-low attitudes will aggravate the fuel siphoning condition.


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