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T-34C CONTACT
CHAPTER SIX
2.  Torque will decrease with an increase in altitude, and increase
with a decrease in altitude. Therefore, continue to adjust the PCL
throughout the transition to ensure the desired torque setting is
maintained. Do not exceed engine operating limitations.
3.
Procedures
Cruise to Climb. Using the P.A.T. principle:
a.
Power - Smoothly add power to max allowable.
b.
Attitude - Simultaneously raise the nose and place the exhaust stacks on the
horizon (approximately 12 - 15 degrees nose up). (Figure 6-2) Commence
clearing turns as appropriate.
NOTE
Climbs of 1000 feet or less will be done at max allowable power
and cruise airspeed (150 or 170 KIAS). Climbs of 1000 feet or
more will be done at 120 KIAS, accompanied by clearing turns.
c.
Trim - RIGHT and UP for the climb, power addition and deceleration.
d.
Approaching 120 KIAS, lower the nose to the appropriate attitude.
(Figure 6-3)
e.
Retrim.
f.
Maintain max allowable power as you climb.
3
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6
INBOARD
GEARDOOR
MASTER
TERE
SYS
WHEELS
LHOPEN
FIRE
ANT
CAUTION
RADIO
VHF
REC
VOR
ACAN
RHOPEN
UHF
VHF
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ON
TEST
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CAUTION
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F
400 4060
F
FUELFLOWINDICATIONAND
20
STANDBYCOMPASSERRATIC
350
80
WHENIGNITIONOPERATING
KNOTS
BUNO
0
300
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250
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Figure 6-2 Exhaust Stacks on Horizon
FLIGHT PROCEDURES 6-13


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