The practical value of this manual depends entirely upon its being up-dated correctly by the operator. The effectivity of the manual at the latest revision is specified on the List of Effective Pages. DATE 1 N R DATE 1 f' I I R R, R R R. It is essential for the crew to become familiar with the contents of this manual, particularly with the information specific to customized configurations, and to check all revisions and related requirements. This manualcontains legally approved information, together with additional manufacturer's information not subject to approval.
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The practical value of this manual depends entirely upon its being up-dated correctly by the operator. The effectivity of the manual at the latest revision is specified on the List of Effective Pages. DATE 1 N R DATE 1 f' I I R R, R R R. It is essential for the crew to become familiar with the contents of this manual, particularly with the information specific to customized configurations, and to check all revisions and related requirements.
This manualcontains legally approved information, together with additional manufacturer's information not subject to approval. The list of effective pages P5 identifies all the pages which compose the manual. Specific certification requirements may necessitate text or layout of certain pages.
Therefore, a specific Flight. Each Flight Manual includes its own particular title page; the alphabetical code, corresponding to the relevant certification, appears in the lower left-hand corner of each page of the approved PART 1. Special features of a particular helicopter may justify prioritary to the information on certain basic manual and supplement pages.
These pages, printed on green paper, are filed corresponding white pages. The information the information deleted. No white page is of green pages. Each revision is accompanied by instructions summarizing the major points affected by the change and advising the person responsible for incorporating the revised pages in the manual.
The instruction sheet can be filed separately from manual. The date code is composedof the last two digits by the numberof the week in that year. Normal revisions fully or partially update the manual. The pages may be new pages or may supersede the existing pages. They are printed on white paper. The manual effectivity is specified on the new introductory 0.
P1 or SUP. Normal revisions are identified in numerical order. Rush revisions partially update a few major points in the manual. The new information is given on a page which must face the former text to be modified or completed. The Rush Revision is printed on yellow paper.
No white page is deleted. The revised pages are specified on a separate list 0. P4 or SUP. P4 page 1 Rush revisions are identified by the number of the next normal revision and a letter suffix in normal alphabetical order. Several rush revisions may be issued between two normal revisions.
All rush revisions are canceled when the normal revision bearing the same number is issued. If certain rush revision provisions remain after the subsequent normal revision, they are confirmed by a new rush revision with another identification code. The revised manual issued on white pages, corresponds to the recomnended standard. For helicopters authorized to fly at an earlier standard, the conditional revision RC retains the previous standard. The user is responsible for enDodiment of the aircraft modification s required for compliance with the reconmendedstandard, after which the pink pages may be deleted under the user's responsibility.
The pink pages are specified on a separate list 0. P3 or SUP. P3 page 1. In the case of minor errors typing errors, bad printing likely to the understanding of the text, the "ERRATUM" procedure is used to make quick corrections between revisions.
In this case, the pages affected by the procedure are re-issued completely and the date code is underlined for identification. These pages are summarized on an accompanying sheet which is not identified. US gallons gal. They cover the basic aircraft version. The c. The longitudinal c. The other authorized configurations summarized in the tables below. R pressure-altitude: ft m. This time limit includes the time required to leave all snowy conditions, irrespective of the visibility.
The instructions for operation in cold weather are given in supplement 4. Operating limitations are determined by the gas generator rotation speed Ng , by the exhaust gas temperature t4 or by the free turbine rotation speed Nf depending on the operating conditions. To be associated with. Maximum operating time petrol: 3 h. C oil if possible. If the fuel does not contain a fuel system icing inhibitor, the use of an anti-icing additive is compulsory if OAT is below Authorized -AIR additives: , D.
C Concentration shall be from 0. I MILL. Master Servicing Recormlendations replaced in accordance therewith. The numerical values of the parameters on the VEMD are underlined: -in yellow in the cautionary zone.
Red line Yellow arc Underlined yellow Flashing red underlined Underlined yellow Throughout this section, "Land immediately", "Land as soon as possible" and "Land as soon as practicable" are used to reflect the degree of urgency and are to be interpreted as follows: -Land or ditch immediately -Land as soon as possible: land at the nearest site at which a safe landing can be made -Land as soon as practicable: extended flight is not recommended.
The landing site and duration of the flight are at the discretion of the. The engine regulates. The rotor speed should accelerate to its normal governed value. Jerk in the yaw axis only in high-power flight. Drop in rotor speed aural warning sounds below rpm. Tarque at zero. Ng falling off to zero:. Generator warning light illuminates. Engine oil pressure drop warning light illuminates. In the event of an engine failure in flight, carry out autorotation transition procedure see paragraph 2.
Proceed as outlined below :. Check that NGincreases. Check that t4 remains below its limit. Check that the engine oil pressure increases.
Check that out: the following Warning Caution Advisory. OFF Extinguished. The front ventilator. The ventilation ports. The bad weather windows. When the smell of smoke has cleared, set all switches including the generator and alternator if installed , ventilators. Switch on the generator, check voltage and current. If everything is normal, switch on the circuits one by one until malfunction is identified. Increase speed and reduce power. If this result is not obtained. Flight as described above.
Read the information on the other screen. If the top screen has failed, with the lower screen in 3-parameter mode ANg, t4, torque. Real failure is highly improbable; in practice this case occurs only when the battery and generator have both been selected OFF for example, following application of the "Fire" or "Smoke in cabin" procedure. Select the power setting required for level with the following relationship: flight in accordance - 2 kt per ft.
Most caution messages are sufficiently self-explanatory and the pilot must comply with the action requested. If no light is lit on the caution advisory panel, no other action is required by the pilot. These messages appear when the page for the parameter which is over limit is not displayed at the time of failure.
Self-explanatory Brightness control has failed One parameter Ng, t4, torque is abnormal. In the event of failure of a first limitation calculation parameter, the FLI is no longer displayed. The NglllNg, torque, t4 indicators are displayed instead. A failure message is displayed Refer to 3.
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