Manual de mantenimiento c130

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Systems & Emergency Procedures in BETA: March 2006

Summary of Revisions

Revision 1: Created from the ‘systems’ EP portion of Maj Berg’s EPE Study Guide 8 & Maj Lon K Holder’s Systems Study Guide.

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ntroduction: This Study Guide was developed from other guides written and/or complied by Major Lon Holder andMajor Brett Berg. This version combines their efforts to present a more complete overview of the Herk’s systems. It has been laid out by each system to include its operation, limits, and emergency procedures. Furthermore scenarios and discussions have been added for your edification. Most diagrams are a simplified illustration demonstrating operational concepts and component placement. Use thisguide as a tool for studying or for a quick systems refresher, not as a replacement for your issued pubs. Since this is an un-official document, it will have errors. It will get outdated…unless you, as the reader, point out the errors. If you see something wrong or outdated, let me know and I will make the appropriate changes. This guide also includes techniques that have been found to beuseful by crews in the past. Icons will appear throughout the text to guide you. See the Icon Key for more information. Some of the numbers and concepts here are not found in the Dash-1; most of this information can be found in the Lockheed manuals, maintenance pubs, or job guides. I hope that this guide helps, but again…please don’t let this be your only source of information. Read this and thenget in the Dash-1 for a more in-depth study.

BETA NEWS
I’m currently working on the electrical section. It’s need a major over haul. While, I’m not specifically writing an E-Model section, I am going to do my best to discuss both the APU & ATM as well as the GCU and General Control Panels. Other information that is highlighted in yellow still needs looking at. It may be that I had aquestion on it, I thought it changed, or maybe there was just a bad reference. It’s just a reminder to me that I really need to get that section looked at. Also, I’m kind of stalling on updating page numbers for references. I hear a new Dash-1 is coming out, so I don’t want to waste my time with the minutia yet…I’d rather get the info organized first.

Mike Brooks
www.herk-gouge.com

(REFERENCED PUBLICATIONS
( Dash-1: TO 1C-130H-1 (1 August 2002, Change 8 October 2004)
( Vol 3: AFI 11-2C-130-Vol 3. (1 April 2000, Change 1)

Table of Contents

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Table of Figures v
Boldface 1
ENGINE SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE (ESP) 1
APU EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN 3
FUSELAGE FIRE/SMOKE AND FUME ELIMINATION 3
Ground Evacuation (EGRESS) 5
Engine Shutdown Conditions 6ENGINE FIRE 6
TURBINE OVERHEAT 6
NACELLE OVERHEAT 6
UNCONTROLLABLE POWER 7
CERTAIN PROPELLER MALFUNCTIONS 7
UNCONTROLLABLE RISE IN TIT 7
UNCONTROLLABLE DROP IN OIL PRESSURE 8
UNCONTROLLABLE RISE IN OIL TEMPERATURE 8
UNUSUAL VIBRATION OR ROUGHNESS 8
THROTTLE CONTROL CABLE FAILURE 8
EXCESSIVE VISIBLE FLUID LEAK 9
OTHER ENGINE SHUTDOWN CONSIDERATIONS 9
Air StartProcedure 9
GENERATOR-OUT AIR START PROCEDURE 9
The Power Plant 11
TURBO-PROP ENGINE AND PRIMARY ENGINE CONTROLS 11
ENGINE FUEL SYSTEM 14
ENGINE FUEL MALFUNCTIONS 16
TEMPERATURE DATUM (TD) SYSTEM 17
TD SYSTEM MALFUNCTIONS 18
SUMMARY OF TD SYSTEM LIMITATIONS 22
Oil System 26
OIL SYSTEM MALFUNCTIONS 27
Engine Starting 30
STARTING MALFUNCTIONS 31
SUMMARY OF NORMALSTARTING LIMITATIONS 34
START MALFUNCTION MATRIX 37
The Propeller System 39
PROPELLER AND GEARBOX OPERATION 39
PROPELLER SAFETY FEATURES 40
GEARBOX SAFETY FEATURES 42
SUMMARY OF PROPELLER LIMITATIONS 43
PROPELLER MALFUNCTIONS 44
INDICATIONS OF PROP MALFUNCTIONS 44
CAUSES OF PROP MALFUNCTIONS 44
PROP MALFUNCTIONS ON TAKEOFF (PRIOR TO REFUSAL SPEED) 44...
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