Section III. FUEL/OIL
6-9. FUEL LOAD.
Fuel loading imposes a restriction on the amount
of load which can be carried. The required fuel must
first be determined, then that weight subtracted from the
total weight of passengers, baggage and fuel. Weight
up to and including the remaining allowable capacity can
be subtracted directly from the weight of passengers,
baggage and fuel. As the fuel load is increased, the
loading capacity is reduced.
6-10. FUEL AND OIL DATA.
Fuel Moment Table. Table 6-2 shows fuel
moment/100 given US gallons or pounds for JP-4 and
Oil Data. Total oil weight is 62 pounds and is
included in the basic weight of the aircraft. Servicing
Section IV. CENTER OF GRAVITY
6-11. CENTER OF GRAVITY LIMITATIONS.
The forward Center of Gravity limit
may be exceeded when the mission
gear is removed.
Center of gravity limitations are
expressed in ARM inches which
refers to a positive measurement
from the aircraft's reference datum.
The forward CG limit at 11,279 Lbs.
or less is 181.0 ARM inches. At
14,200 Lbs. or less, the aft CG limit
is 196.4 ARM inches. Tables 6-4 and
6-5 provide forward and aft CG
Table 6-4. Center of Gravity Limits (Landing Gear Down) Below 12,500 Lbs.
Section V. CARGO LOADING
6-12. LOAD PLANNING.
The basic factors to be considered in any loading
situation are as follows:
Cargo shall be arranged to permit access to all
emergency equipment and exits during flight.
considered in the loading of heavy or sharp-edged
containers and equipment. Shorings shall be used to
distribute highly condensed weights evenly over the
Table 6-5. Center of Gravity Limits (Landing Gear Down)