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What is the memory procedure for an uncommanded roll?
There isnt one.  Run the Uncommanded Roll checklist on the IAC.
What are the First Officers rejected takeoff memory procedures?

(7 items)
1.  Remove feet from the rudder pedals.

2.  Your Airplane

3.  Wings level or crosswind correction.

4.  Slight forward elevator pressure.

5.  Advise ATC of the abort.

6.  Request  Emergency Equipment

7.  Engine Fire/Shutdown on IAC
-or-
Takeoff Abort Checklist
What are the crew procedures for an HGS takeoff?

(7 items)
1.  Localizer Frequency in both ARCDUs and the #3 NAV.

2.  Set localizer front course.

3.  Set HDG bug to runway heading.

4.  Input RWY legnth and TDZ elevation in the HCP.

5.  Verify the IRU is selected to NAV.

6.  Verify the IRS NAV displayed on the FMS DATA page 2/4.

7.  Set up the flight director as usual.
With RVR less than 500/500/500, what annunciator must the Captain and First Officer have before applying power?
TO = Takeoff
When must a manual engine start abort occur?
1.  Engine ITT exceeds 920°C

2.  Nh is not in the green arc within 70 seconds of selecting the condition levers to START & FEATHER.

3.  Engine oil pressure fails to reach 44 psi by starter cutoff.
What is the minimum and maximum holding speed in icing conditions?
190 knots minimum

200 knots maximum
When is a missed approach required while flying on an AIII approach?

(7 items)
1.  No adequate visual reference at DH

2.  After passing DH, visual reference is lost.

3.  The HGS symbology fails.

4.  "APCH WARN" below 500 feet.

5.  Standard callouts missed below 500 feet.

6.  Ground systems become inoperative.

7.  Engine failure below 1,000 feet AGL.
Describe the indications of an engine failure or fire in flight.
Any or all of the following:

1.  Substantial uncommanded decrease, increase or surges in engine torque or power.

2.  Substancial uncommanded RPM changes.

3.  Uncommanded Autofeather indications.

4.  Significant powerplant vibrations.
Engine Failure/Fire during takeoff memory procedure
Engine Failure/Fire during takeoff:

1.  Accelerate to V(r)

2.  At V(r) rotate to 10° pitch or FD command bars.

3.  "Positive Rate"

4.  "Gear up"

5.  Climb V(2)

6.  Follow the engine out procedure

7.  "Acceleration Height"

8.  "Push ALT"

9.  At V(2 normal or ice) +10 call, "Flap retract speed".

10.  At V(2 normal or ice) +10 call, "Flaps up".

11.  Accelerate to V(se)

12.  At V(se) Open blue bug call, "Single engine climb speed".

13.  "Push IAS, set V(se)".

14.  Climb at V(se)

15.  Verify ALT SEL

16.  "Engine Failure (Fire) Checklist"
Engine Failure during Missed Approach procedure.
Engine Failure during Missed Approach:

1. "Missed Approach"

2.  Press G/A button

3.  Rotate to G/A Command Bars

4.  After initiating rotation call, "Set Power".  Advance power levers to the detent.

5.  When pitch is 10° call, "Flaps One Notch Up".

6.  PM calls, "Positive Rate" when vertical speed indicates.

7.  "Gear Up"

8.  Climb at:

Solid Bug if:

- Single-engine with contaminated wings

Open Bug if:

- Single-engine with clean wings

9.  To fly MAP with FMS:

"Nav Source FMS"

"Push NAV"


10.  Climb in PITCH HOLD call, "Set PITCH HOLD"

11.  Arm ALT SEL call, "Push Altitude Select".

12.  Call, "Engine Failure Checklist" to feather propeller.

13.  PM upon reaching acceleration height (1,000 AFE unless otherwise noted) calls, "Acceleration height"

14.  "Push ALT"

15.  PM at climb Bug speed +10 knots call, "Flap retract speed"

16.  At climb Bug speed +10 knots call, "Flaps Up".

17.  Accelerate to V(se)

18.  PM at V(se) call, "Single-engine climb speed"

19.  Climb at V(se) call, "Push IAS, Set V(se)"

20.  Climb to missed approach altitude

21.  Verify MAP Altitude is set, verify ALT SEL

22.  Call, "Continue Engine Failure Checklist"

Single-Engine Missed Approach procedure.
Engine Failure during Missed Approach:

1. "Missed Approach"

2.  Press G/A button

3.  Rotate to G/A Command Bars

4.  After initiating rotation call, "Set Power".  Advance power levers to the detent.

5.  When pitch is 10° call, "Flaps One Notch Up".

6.  PM calls, "Positive Rate" when vertical speed indicates.

7.  "Gear Up"

8.  Climb at:

Solid Bug if:

- Single-engine with contaminated wings

Open Bug if:

- Single-engine with clean wings

9.  To fly MAP with FMS:

"Nav Source FMS"

"Push NAV"


10.  Climb in PITCH HOLD call, "Set PITCH HOLD"

11.  Arm ALT SEL call, "Push Altitude Select".

12.  PM upon reaching acceleration height (1,000 AFE unless otherwise noted) calls, "Acceleration height"

13.  "Push ALT"

14.  PM at climb Bug speed +10 knots call, "Flap retract speed"

15.  At climb Bug speed +10 knots call, "Flaps Up".

16.  Accelerate to V(se)

17.  PM at V(se) call, "Single-engine climb speed"

18.  Climb at V(se) call, "Push IAS, Set V(se)"

19.  Climb to missed approach altitude

20.  Verify MAP Altitude is set, verify ALT SEL

21.  Call, "Single-Engine Missed Approach Checklist"
Two-engine Missed Approach procedure.
Engine Failure during Missed Approach:

1. "Missed Approach"

2.  Press G/A button

3.  Rotate to G/A Command Bars

4.  After initiating rotation call, "Set Power".  Advance power levers to the detent.

5.  When pitch is 10° call, "Flaps One Notch Up".

6.  PM calls, "Positive Rate" when vertical speed indicates.

7.  "Gear Up"

8.  Climb at Solid Bug

9.  To fly MAP with FMS:

"Nav Source FMS"

"Push NAV"


10.  Climb in PITCH HOLD call, "Set PITCH HOLD"

11.  Arm ALT SEL call, "Push Altitude Select".

13.  PM upon reaching acceleration height (1,000 AFE unless otherwise noted) calls, "Acceleration height"

14. "Flaps up, Climb power, After Takeoff Checklist."
Engine Start Abort memory procedure.
Engine Start Abort memory procedure:

1.  __Condition Lever.....FUEL OFF

2.  Start SELECT switch.....CENTER

Call for Engine Start Abort Checklist.
Oxygen Mask Donning Procedure.
Oxygen Mask Donning Procedure:

1.  Headset.....Remove

2.  Oxygen Mask......Don

If smoke is present:
Regulator.....EMERGENCY

3.  Communications.....Establish

Headset.....ON

HOT Mic.....OFF

MASK/MIC switch.....MASK
If Windshear or GPWS Recovery is needed what should you do?  When should the gear and flap configuration be changed?
Execute Missed Approach Procedures.

You can change the gear and flap configuration when a stabilized climb has been established.
In a windshear/GPWS recovery situation, when can the call, "MAX POWER" be used?
If below 500 feet AGL and necessary to avoid ground contact.
Stall Warning Recovery memory procedure.
Stall Warning Recovery:

1.  At first indication of stall call, "Stall Warning"

2.  PITCH - Increase Airspeed - REDUCE PITCH

3.  POWER - call, "Set Power" and advance power levers to the rating detent.

4.  Ensure Condition Levers are MAX

5.  BANK - Roll wings Level

6.  RUDDER - maintain coordinated flight.

DO NOT CHANGE GEAR OR FLAP CONFIGURATION

7.  Continue to rotate to G/A pitch (10°).

8.  Execute, "Missed Approach"
Describe the Steep Turn Maneuver.
Steep Turns:

1.  Condition levers Np 1020

2.  Set Index airspeed to 200 knots.

3.  Trim to 200 knots.

4.  Roll to 45° bank angle.

5.  Increase torque 10%

6.  Maitain 5° Pitch attitude

7.  Lead roll out by 15°

8.  As bank angle is decreased, reduce back pressure, and decrease power 10%.
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