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JOINT ADVANCED MULTI-ENGINE T-44A
MANEUVER
AIRSPEED
PROP RPM
APPROX TORQUE
Cruise (slow)
130 KIAS
1,900
450-500 ft-lbs
Cruise (normal
150 KIAS
1,900
650-700 ft-lbs
Cruise (fast)
170 KIAS
1,900
900-1000 ft-lbs
Climb SL-10K
150 KIAS
1,900
Maximum allowable
Climb 10K-20K
130 KIAS
1,900
Maximum allowable
Climb 20K-25K
120 KIAS
1,900
Maximum allowable
Climb 25K+
110 KIAS
1,900
Maximum allowable
Vxse (maximum angle)
102 KIAS
1,900
Maximum allowable
Vyse (maximum rate)
110 KIAS
1,900
Maximum allowable
Vy (maximum rate)
108 KIAS
1,900
Maximum allowable
Constant rate climb
150 KIAS
1,900
As required
Constant rate descent
150 KIAS
1,900
As required
* Cruise descent may be made at any airspeed and power combination within the aircraft operating envelope.
Observe Vmo limit.
**Nearly identical maximum rates of descent may be obtained in either the clean or dirty configuration. The dirty
descent gradient is considerably steeper. Much greater distance over the ground will be obtained in the clean
configuration.
Climb From Cruise. To enter climb from cruise:
(1)
Raise the nose to the climb attitude and transition to the appropriate climb airspeed, and adjust
power as required.
(2)
Adjust pitch and power as required to maintain climb airspeed.
Cruise From Climb. To enter cruise from climb:
(1)
50-75 feet prior to the desired altitude, smoothly decrease pitch to the cruise attitude.
(2)
Adjust power as necessary. Maximum climb power may be maintained until the desired cruise
airspeed is attained.
Cruise From Descent. To enter cruise from descent:
(1)
50-75 feet prior to the desired altitude, smoothly increase pitch to the cruise attitude.
(2)
Simultaneously apply cruise power.
Descent From Cruise. To enter a descent from cruise:
(1)
Reduce power as required.
(2)
Reduce pitch to obtain the airspeed/rate of descent combination desired.
NOTE: If desired descent airspeed is lower than cruise airspeed (i.e., BI patterns, emergency descent), reduce
power and allow airspeed to bleed off prior to lowering the nose. Readjust power and pitch to maintain desired
performance.
117.
High Work. High work is a general category of any maneuver performed at altitude designed to build
basic skills. Emphasis is placed on smooth power manipulation, aircraft control, and trim. For grading
purposes, high work consists of level speed change, turn pattern, slow flight, and approach to stalls.
Normally the Pilot starting the aircraft will practice high work first and then swap seats at altitude. The
second student will normally practice at altitude and then fly the aircraft to a selected field for pattern work.
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