T-45C TS, ADV & IUT EMFP-01
Start, Ground, and Takeoff Emergency Procedures
Hot start 184.108.40.206.2
Sg 1, fr 12
(1) EGT exceeds 550 degrees C
NOTE: The rate at which the EGT rises is
a good indication of a possible hot start.
Thus, a rapid rise toward the maximum
limits in EGT should concern a pilot more
than a start where EGT slowly peaks out at
550 degrees C. The EGT may exceed
550 degrees by 20 degrees for 10 seconds.
(2) Possible excessive fuel flow
Discuss other causes of hot start.
Procedures - See NATOPS
High idle rpm on start 220.127.116.11.2
Sg 1, fr 13
High Idle RPM on
Indications: Idle N2 rpm above limit of 57%
NOTE: Add 1% for each 1,500 ft of altitude.
(1) Consult Engine Idle RPM chart in NATOPS
Pilot's Pocket Checklist for N2 rpm limits for
altitude and temperature
(2) If limits exceeded shut down engine