R66 FM / AS350 TRAINING MANUAL / S92 TM/RFM & ENGINE COURSE

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R66 FM / AS350 TRAINING MANUAL / S92 TM/RFM & ENGINE COURSE

Postby 2.2 » Tue Jul 17 2012, 04:34

G'day all

Thought I'd share these

AS350 http://www.mediafire.com/view/?61zqg99y98ay62n

R66 http://www.mediafire.com/view/?2pf71e4r362xx6d

S92 AFM/TRAINING MANUAL AND ENGINE COURSE stuff on request via PM
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Re: R66 FM / AS350 TRAINING MANUAL / S92 TM/RFM & ENGINE COU

Postby millotte » Tue Jul 17 2012, 08:57

Hi 2.2,
Thanks for posting.. Downloaded and stored for a rainy day.
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Re: R66 FM / AS350 TRAINING MANUAL / S92 TM/RFM & ENGINE COU

Postby DragonFlyer » Tue Jul 17 2012, 09:55

The POH on the R66 says

ADDITIONAL AIRSPEED LIMITS

65 KIAS maximum above 83% torque

I know 55-60Kts is the best rate of climb for most aircraft but that seems a little low

any thoughts?
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Re: R66 FM / AS350 TRAINING MANUAL / S92 TM/RFM & ENGINE COU

Postby 2.2 » Tue Jul 17 2012, 10:05

83% is MCP

Same applies to the R44 with MCP but that speed is 100 knots
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Re: R66 FM / AS350 TRAINING MANUAL / S92 TM/RFM & ENGINE COU

Postby junque » Tue Jul 17 2012, 10:07

It's my understanding the tq/airspeed limitation is to avoid excessive stress on the 66 mast.
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Re: R66 FM / AS350 TRAINING MANUAL / S92 TM/RFM & ENGINE COU

Postby DragonFlyer » Tue Jul 17 2012, 11:04

Thanks Junque

i guess a bit more grunt going through the drive train compared to a 44.

2.2 is right but there's a big difference between 65kts and 100
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Re: R66 FM / AS350 TRAINING MANUAL / S92 TM/RFM & ENGINE COU

Postby Little Bird » Wed Jul 18 2012, 04:47

Thanks 2.2, 'prec.

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