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CESSNA 208B NORMAL PROCEDURES QUIZ


SPEEDS FOR NORMAL OPERATION
Normal Takeoff:

Short Field Takeoff:

Enroute Climb:

Landing Approach:

Rotate

__________ KIAS

Climb

__________ KIAS

Flap retraction to 10

__________ KIAS

Flap retraction to 0

__________ KIAS

Rotate

__________ KIAS

Obstacle Clearance Climb

__________ KIAS

Cruise Climb

__________ KIAS

Maximum Performance Climb

__________ KIAS

Normal Approach, Flaps Up

__________ KIAS

Normal Approach, Flaps 30

__________ KIAS

Short Field Approach, Flaps 30

__________ KIAS

Turbulent Air Penetration Speed:

8750 Lbs

__________ KIAS

7500 Lbs

__________ KIAS

6250 Lbs

__________ KIAS

5000 Lbs

__________ KIAS

Maximum Demonstrated Crosswind Velocity


Maximum Operating Speed
Maximum Flap Extended Speed:

__________ KIAS
0 to 10

__________ KIAS

10 to 20

__________ KIAS

20 to 30

__________ KIAS

Maximum Window Open Speed


Stall speeds:

2.

__________ KNOTS

__________ KIAS
No Power, Flaps Up

__________ KIAS

No Power, Flaps 30

__________ KIAS

Why must the bleed air switch be OFF before starting.


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Why must the emergency power lever be in the NORMAL position before starting.
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4.

During operations using the emergency power lever:


a.
b.
c.

5.

Using the airplane battery, the starting cycle shall be limited to the following intervals and sequences:
a.
b.
c.

6.

1725 50 RPM.
1860 70 RPM.
1750 60 RPM.

The maximum idle ITT limitation is:


a.
b.
c.

12.

800 and 1700 amp.


600 and 1500 amp.
800 and 1100 amp.

During the overspeed governor check, the governor should govern at:
a.
b.
c.

11.

65%.
46%.
52%.

The minimum and maximum limitations when the external power output is connected to the aircraft
are:
a.
b.
c.

10.

805C.
1090C.
740C.

The minimum Ng for idle is:


a.
b.
c.

9.

18% Ng.
12% Ng.
52% Ng.

The maximum ITT for starting is:


a.
b.
c.

8.

30 sec ON-60 sec OFF; 30 sec ON-60 sec OFF; 30 sec ON-30 min OFF.
20 sec ON-60 sec OFF; 20 sec ON-60 sec OFF; 20 sec ON-30 min OFF.
30 sec ON-30 sec OFF; 30 sec ON-30 sec OFF; 30 sec ON-30 min OFF.

Move the fuel condition lever to LOW IDLE once the gas generator RPM has stabilized at a preferred
minimum of:
a.
b.
c.

7.

Extreme caution should be used when using reverse thrust.


The EMERGENCY POWER LEVER annunciator light will illuminate when the lever
is unstowed from the NORMAL position.
Only partial power is available.

685C.
740C.
805C.

The maximum torque and ITT limitations for takeoff are:


a.
b.
c.

1865 ft-lbs and 805C


1970 ft-lbs and 805C
1658 ft-lbs and 805C

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13.

For increased engine life, do not exceed C in the climb:


a.
b.
c.

14.

How many hours of use is AVGAS restricted to in one overhaul period:


a.
b.
c.

15.

c.
d.

Engine start.
Any time the auxiliary boost pump cycles on and off with the switch in the NORM
position.
When using AVGAS.
All above.

The maximum takeoff and landing weights are:


a.
b.
c.

20.

200 US Gal.
20 lbs.
200 lbs.

The electric auxiliary fuel boost pump should be in the ON position during:
a.
b.

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30 seconds.
3 minutes.
1 minute.

The maximum fuel imbalance in flight is:


a.
b.
c.

18.

Within 1.5 quarts of MAX HOT and within 1.5 quarts of MAX COLD.
Within 3 quarts of MAX HOT and within 2 quarts of MAX COLD.
Within 2 quarts of MAX HOT and within 2 quarts of MAX COLD.

Due to fuel starvation the maximum full rudder sideslip duration is:
a.
b.
c.

17.

200 hours.
100 hours.
150 hours.

What is the oil quantity operating range on the dipstick:


a.
b.
c.

16.

765C.
805C.
740C.

8035 and 7800 lbs.


8300 and 8000 lbs.
8750 and 8500 lbs.

The flight load factor limits are:


a.
b.
c.

Flaps Up: +3.8g and -1.52g; Flaps Down +2.58g.


Flaps Up: +3.8g and -1.42g; Flaps Down +2.4g.
Flaps Up: +3.8g and -1.52g; Flaps Down +2.4g.

21.

To avoid damage to the pod surfaces, do not leave the power lever in BETA for periods greater than
____________________when parked with a right crosswind.

22.

For a crosswind takeoff where 10 flaps is used, add __________ knots to the liftoff and obstacle
clearance speeds as for speeds published for 20 flaps.

23.

The ignition switch should be turned ON to provide continuous ignition under the following conditions:
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24.

When should the inertial seperator be placed in the BYPASS position.


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25.

To minimize propeller blade erosion or possible propeller damage, the propeller should be brought
out of reverse thrust before decelerating through approximately __________ KIAS

26.

Which one of the following autopilot limitations is false:


a.
b.
c.

27.

If more cabin heating is required during ground operation:


a.
b.
c.
d.

28.

The system is approved for Cat 1 operations only with approach mode selected.
The autopilot may be engaged for takeoff.
The autopilot must be off during use of the standby flap system.

Move the fuel condition lever to HIGH IDLE.


Move the mixing air control to GND.
Open the instrument panel vents.
Both A and B.

The CABIN HEAT FIREWALL SHUTOFF control should be pulled out:


a.
b.
c.
d.

To routinely shut off the cabin heat.


If a fire is suspected in the engine compartment.
During ground operations.
During engine starts.