Change 3 9-3
setting that allows for normal torque increase during the
takeoff roll and the ensuring climb. The static power is de-
termined so that at some point during the climb to 500
feet, the torque or TGT will reach red line. (The TGT limit
will only be reached on a minimum performance engine.
A better than minimum engine will exhibit a positive TGT
margin under these conditions.) Setting of a static power
greater than that presented in Chapter 7 will result in an
engine limit being exceeded prior to the aircraft reaching
500 feet, necessitating an unscheduled power adjust-
ment. Setting of a static power less than that presented
in Chapter 7 will result in insufficient power available and
failure of the aircraft to attain scheduled performance.
1. Power Maximum allowable.
2. Gear UP (two positive climb indications).
3. Propeller Verify feathered.
4. Flaps UP after Venr (130 KIAS).
5. Landing lights OFF.
6. Engine cleanup Perform.
7. Land as soon as practicable.
Holding up to 5 degrees of bank and (1/2 ball
width) toward the operating engine will assist in
maintaining directional control and will improve
d. Engine Malfunction During Flight. If an engine mal-
functions during flight, perform the following:
1. Autopilot/Yaw Damp Disengage.
2. Power As required.
3. Dead engine Identify.
4. POWER lever (dead engine) IDLE.
5. PROP lever (dead engine) FEATHER.
6. Gear As required.
7. Flaps As required.
8. Engine Cleanup Perform.
9. Power Set for single engine cruise.
10. Land as soon as practicable.
e. Engine Malfunction During Final Approach. If an
engine malfunctions during final approach (after LAND-
ING CHECK) the propeller should not be manually feath-
ered unless time and altitude permit or conditions require
it. Continue approach using the following procedure:
1. Power As required.
2. Gear DN.
f. Engine Malfunction (Second Engine). If the sec-
ond engine fails, the airspeed to fly will depend upon
whether or not a restart will be attempted, and whether
or not the restart attempt will be accomplished with or
without starter assist. If no restart is to be attempted, use
maximum glide speed from figure 9-2. Perform the fol-
lowing procedure if the second engine fails during cruise
1. Airspeed As required.
2. POWER lever IDLE.
3. PROP lever As required.
4. Conduct engine restart procedure.
ENGINE SHUTDOWN IN FLIGHT.
If it becomes necessary to shut an engine down dur-
ing flight, perform the following:
1. POWER lever IDLE.
2. PROP lever FEATHER.
3. CONDITION lever FUEL CUTOFF.
4. Engine cleanup Perform.
The cleanup procedure to be used after engine mal-
function, shutdown, or an unsuccessful restart is as fol-
1. CONDITION lever FUEL CUTOFF.
2. Engine AUTO IGNITION switch Off.
3. AUTOFEATHER switch OFF.
4. GENERATOR switch OFF.
5. Mission control switches As required.
6. PROP SYNC switch OFF.
7. BRAKE DEICE switch Off.
ENGINE RESTART DURING FLIGHT (NO
The pilot should determine the reason for engine
failure before attempting an airstart. Do not at-
tempt an airstart if N1 indicates zero.