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TRAINING AND EVALUATION REQUIREMENTS:


  1. Training. Training will be conducted academically.

  2. Evaluation. Evaluation will be conducted academically.

FERENCES: Appropriate common references plus:

  1. Task 2012 Task 1012 Task 1022 TB 11-7010-301-10-3 ????


  1. 1010

    1. PREPARE PERFORMANCE PLANNING CARD.
  1. CONDITIONS: Given a completed DD Form 365‑4 (Weight and Balance Form F-Tactical); TM 55‑1520‑248‑10; environmental conditions at takeoff, en route, and landing; and a blank PPC.

  2. STANDARDS: Appropriate common standards plus the following:


    1. Complete the PPC according to proce­dures given in TM 55‑1520‑248‑10 and the description below.
  3. DESCRIPTION:


    1. Crew actions.

          1. The PC will determine and have available aircraft performance data necessary to complete the mission. The PC must ensure that aircraft limitations and capabilities are not exceeded.

          2. The PI will assist the PC as directed.

    2. Procedures. The PPC is used as an aid to organize this information. Instructions for completing the PPC are described below. Figure 4-2 is the approved OH-58D PPC.

          1. Departure.

            Item 1 — PA T/O. Record the pressure altitude at the departure point at the estimated time of departure.
            Item 2 — FAT T/O. Record the temperature at the departure point at the estimated time of departure.
            Item 3 — PA Max. Record the forecasted maximum pressure altitude for the duration of the mission.
            Item 4 — FAT Max. Record the forecasted maximum temperature for the duration of the mission.
            Item 5 — T/O Weight. Record the gross weight of the aircraft at departure.
            Item 6 — Max Weight. Record the heaviest gross weight that may occur for the duration of the mission. (For example if the mission includes FARP operations, the maximum weight would include the ammunition and fuel that may be loaded. This may or may not be the same as the takeoff gross weight.)
            Item 7 — Fuel Required. Record the estimated fuel required (including reserve), at takeoff to complete the mission.
            Item 8 — Max Fuel. Record the maximum fuel weight at takeoff if fuel must be limited to meet takeoff maximum gross weight requirements.
            Item 9 — Notes. These blocks are provided for reminders of specific limits or requirements. For

            example, the maximum fuel may be limited only with a full load of ammunition.


            Item 10 — Maximum Torque Available – 5 Minutes. Using the maximum PA and maximum FAT, determine and record the maximum torque available for 5 minute operation. This is not applicable for the OH‑58D(R).
            Item 11 — Maximum Torque Available – 30 Minutes. Using the maximum PA and maximum FAT, determine and record the maximum torque available for 30 minute operation.
            Item 12 — Maximum Torque Available – Continuous. Using the maximum PA and maximum FAT, determine and record the maximum torque available for continuous operation.
            Item 13 — Predicted Hover Torque – At Takeoff – IGE. Using the departure conditions and the takeoff gross weight, determine the estimated mast torque required to hover in ground effect (3 feet).
            Item 14 — Predicted Hover Torque – At Takeoff – OGE. Using the departure conditions and the takeoff gross weight, determine the estimated mast torque required to hover out of ground effect.
            Item 15 — Predicted Hover Torque – Max Cond – IGE. Using the maximum PA, maximum FAT, and the maximum weight (Item 6), determine the estimated mast torque required to hover in ground effect (3 feet).
            Item 16 — Predicted Hover Torque – Max Cond – OGE. Using the maximum PA, maximum FAT, and the maximum weight (Item 6), determine the estimated mast torque required to hover out of ground effect.
            Item 17 — Maximum Allowable Gross Weight – At Takeoff – IGE. Using the departure conditions and the maximum torque available – 5 minutes, determine the maximum allowable gross weight. (This may be limited by torque available, by aircraft structural limits, or by interim statement of airworthiness qualification limitations.)
            Item 18 — Maximum Allowable Gross Weight – At Takeoff – OGE. Using the departure conditions and the maximum torque available – 5 minutes, determine the maximum allowable gross weight. (This may be limited by torque available, by aircraft structural limits, or by interim statement of airworthiness qualification limitations.)
            Item 19 — Maximum Allowable Gross Weight – Max Cond – IGE. Using the maximum PA, maximum FAT, and the maximum torque available – 5 minutes, determine the maximum allowable gross weight. (This may be limited by torque available, by aircraft structural limits, or by interim statement of airworthiness qualification limitations.)
            Item 20 — Maximum Allowable Gross Weight – Max Cond – OGE. Using the maximum PA, maximum FAT, and the maximum torque available – 5 minutes, determine the maximum allowable gross weight. (This may be limited by torque available, by aircraft structural limits, or by interim statement of airworthiness qualification limitations.)


          2. Enroute.

            Item 21 — Altitude. Record the planned cruise altitude.
            Item 22 — Temp. Record the forecasted or estimated temperature at cruise altitude.
            Item 23 — D Drag Sq. Ft. Record the net change in square feet of flat plate drag between the standard drag configuration and the configuration to be flown.
            Item 24 — TQ D for Cruise Airspeed. Record the predicted increase or decrease in mast torque necessary to maintain cruise airspeed as required for non-standard drag configurations.
            Item 25 — Cruise – IAS. Record the planned indicated airspeed for cruise.
            Item 26 — Cruise – Torque. Record the mast torque required to maintain cruise airspeed. This value should be the cruise torque after the adjustment made for non-standard drag configuration as necessary.
            Item 27 — Cruise – Fuel Flow. Record the predicted fuel flow at the torque setting (Item 26) to maintain cruise airspeed.
            Item 28 — Max Range – IAS. Record the indicated airspeed for maximum range. This value is only valid for the standard drag configuration. For non-standard drag configurations the maximum range torque (Item 29) should be maintained to achieve maximum range.
            Item 29 — Max Range – Torque. Record the mast torque required to maintain maximum range airspeed. This value is not adjusted for non-standard drag configurations. For non-standard drag configurations this value is the nearest approximation (to achieve maximum range) that is attainable from the cruise charts.
            Item 30 — Max Range – Fuel Flow. Record the predicted fuel flow at the torque setting (Item 29) to maintain maximum range airspeed.
            Item 31 — Max R/C or End – IAS. Record the indicated airspeed for maximum rate of climb or maximum endurance. This value is only valid for the standard drag configuration. For non-standard drag configurations the maximum rate of climb and maximum endurance torque (Item 32) should be maintained to achieve maximum rate of climb or maximum endurance.
            Item 32 — Max R/C or End – Torque. Record the mast torque required to maintain maximum rate of climb or maximum endurance airspeed. This value is not adjusted for non-standard drag configurations. For non-standard drag configurations this value is the nearest approximation (to achieve maximum rate of climb and maximum endurance) that is attainable from the cruise charts.
            Item 33 — Max R/C or End – Fuel Flow. Record the predicted fuel flow at the torque setting (Item 32) to maintain maximum rate of climb or maximum endurance airspeed.
            Item 34 — VNE – IAS. Record the indicated airspeed for VNE.
            Item 35 — VNE – Torque. Record the predicted mast torque required to maintain VNE airspeed.
            Item 36 — VNE – Fuel Flow. Record the predicted fuel flow at the torque setting (Item 35) to maintain maximum VNE airspeed.
            Item 37 — Notes. These blocks are provided additional information as necessary. For example, the true airspeed for cruise may be entered.
            Item 38 — Crew Differential. Enter the difference in the weight of the crew. Circle the letter L or R for the side that is heavier. For example if the right crewmember weighed 170 pounds and the left crewmember weighed 230 pounds, the entry would be 60 and the ‘L’ would be circled.
            Item 39 — Lateral Loading Left and Right Sides. Enter any planned lateral loading configurations that would impose the restrictions of Area B or C.
            Item 40 — Area. Record the appropriate letter (A, B, or C) for the lateral loading conditions defined. The first two lines are for the predefined conditions of ammunition loaded on one side and expended on the opposite side. The last two lines are for the conditions defined by item 39 above.

          3. Fuel Management. Use this section to record the in-flight fuel consumption check, to include fuel consumption rate, estimated fuel burnout time, and appropriate reserve.

  1. The same PPC will suffice for consecutive takeoffs and landings when the load or environmental conditions have not increased significantly (5 degrees Celsius, 500 feet PA, or 200 pounds).
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