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  1. What should you check first if all of your engine parameters are high during a power check?
  2. Why does the boost pump always have to be active when turning the engine?
  3. What component do you manipulate to adjust acceleration speed?
  4. Why do airframe manufacturers set higher idle speeds than engine manufacturers?
  5. 4 Starting procedures
  6. 7 Post maintenance procedures
  7. 7 Run-up procedures
  8. What 2 parameters must always be watched during operation checks?
  9. What is the purpose of a wet motoring run?
  10. Does the boost pump have to be on when doing a dry motoring run?
  11. What is the most common cause of a power check failure?
  12. Which gauge would tell you if your primary blade angle is correct on a Pt6 engine?
  13. 5 Emergency situations (require immediate shutdown)
  14. What is important to do when performing engine adjustments?
  15. 10 Start preparation procedures
  16. What are the 2 main differences with a helicopter power check?
  17. What is a dry motoring run?
  18. HSI
  19. What is the purpose of a dry motoring run?
  20. What is a wet motoring run?
  21. 9 Engine testing and adjustment procedures
  22. What is trend monitoring?
  23. What must be done immediately after a wet motoring run?
  24. What does Wf stand for?
  25. 8 Shut-down procedures
  26. What are 7 pieces of information needed for a power check
  27. 7 Aircraft positioning procedures
  28. What must be done before adjusting minimum fuel flow?
  29. 7 Pre-run inspection items
  30. If the ITT is going hot during a start, what is the appropriate procedure?
  31. 7 Starting procedural checks
  1. a Make sure to always write down what you do
  2. b - Oil leak
    - Fuel leak
    - Fire
    - Overspeed
    - Overtemp
  3. c To prevent idle speed and minimum fuel flow speed crossover
  4. d Shut off the fuel and keep cranking the starter
  5. e To purge fuel from the engine
  6. f Torque
  7. g To check for fuel leaks
  8. h Hot Section Inspection
  9. i Fuel flow
  10. j - Data plate speed (DPS)
    - OAT
    - Barometric pressure
    - Output torque
    - Fuel flow
    - Ng speed
    - ITT
    - Propeller RPM
  11. k Air leaks
  12. l A dry motoring run
  13. m - Position of controls
    - Idle RPM
    - Check engine RPM
    - Check fuel flow
    - Check temps and pressures
    - Observe indication and warning systems
    - Avoid critical RPM ranges
  14. n The torque gauge
  15. o Running the engine with no fuel or ignition
  16. p You use pressure altitude instead of field barometric pressure, and there is no fuel flow parameter
  17. q Yes
  18. r - Allow appropriate cool-down time
    - Perform shutdown according to aircraft operations manual
    - Check oil levels immediately after shutdown
    - Check engine for signs of leakage
    - Check fuel/oil heater temperature
    - Inspect for FOD
    - Clean aircraft
    - Replace covers
  19. s To ensure that the engine driven pump stays lubricated
  20. t The Py line must be disconnected
  21. u - Remove all covers and tie-downs
    - Make sure cowlings are properly fastened
    - Make sure ramp is clear of anything that could cause FOD
    - Make sure fire guard is ready
    - Orient yourself with gauges and proper value recognition
    - Consult aircraft operations manual for startup procedures
    - Practice emergency shutdown procedures
    - Brief crew
    - Define engine intake/exhaust area
  22. v Temperature and torque
  23. w The chrome dome on the FCU
  24. x - Ensure gauges are displaying accurate information
    - Perform power checks
    - Record gauge readings
    - Watch for leaks
    - Look, listen, feel, and smell for anything out of the ordinary
    - Follow run-up checklist
    - Be aware of surroundings
  25. y - Fuel system bleeding
    - Propeller checks
    - Cowlings in appropriate position
    - Check engine and prop control operation
    - Fire precautions
    - Inspect for possible FOD
    - Ensure operating area is clear of personnel and equipment
  26. z Observing engine performance during power checks over a period of time to help determine appropriate maintenance action
  27. aa - Engage starter switch
    - Check oil pressure
    - Engage ignition switch once 12% is reached, wait 5 seconds if using glow plugs
    - Disengage starter and ignition when idle/self sustaining speed is reached
  28. ab - Check security of all lines
    - Check fluid levels
    - Check for any flags or capped fittings
    - Make sure all tools are in a toolbox
    - Perform a dual inspection of flight controls
    - Perform daily inspection
    - Clean a/c
  29. ac - Dry motoring run
    - Wet motoring run
    - Oil pressure
    - FCU ground idle check
    - Max Ng speed
    - Min. fuel flow
    - Performance check
    - Acceleration adjustment
    - Helicopter beep control
  30. ad - Make sure appropriate personnel are selected for the job
    - Check for proper tow equipment hookup
    - Position in an open area
    - Make sure wheels are chalked
    - Engage e-brake
    - Park aircraft facing into the wind
    - Communicate intentions with tower
  31. ae Running the engine with fuel but no ignition