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BRAKES
1. NORMAL OPERATION & INDICATION
Landing gear is powered by the RIGHT hydraulic system. LEFT & RIGHT brake pedals provide independent control of pressure to the LEFT & MAIN brakes Pushing a brake pedal opens the respective brake metering valve allowing pressure to pass through antiskid valves provided for each wheel. ACCUMULATOR pressure = RIGHT system pressure = Brake pressure without active hydraulic power (RIGHT & CENTER) Amber band = initial precharge (a reading at or below amber band indicates no accumulator brake pressure is available). Accumulator pressure maintained during alternate operation by closing an accumulator isolation valve. ONLY source of braking with amber BRAKE SOURCE light. AUTOBRAKE is only available on Normal brakes (antiskid protection is provided during autobrake operation) Max Autobrake = less than full manual braking Autobrake operation starts if : 1) System armed (AUTOBRAKE selector on RTO) 2) T/L to IDLE 3) MAIN landing gear truck untilt 4) Wheel spin-up Autobrake disarms when : 1) System fault 2) Normal antiskid system fault 3) Manual braking 4) Advancing T/L after landing 5) Speedbrake Lever > DOWN 6) Selecting DISARM or OFF RTO = MAX Manual braking It is activated on ground with : - Average wheel speed > 85 kt. and - both T/L retarded to IDLE Selector trips to OFF on liftoff

2. ALTERNATE OPERATION
Alternate brake system is powered by the CENTER hydraulic system When RIGHT hydraulic system is LOW, the ALTERNATE source selector valve opens automatically to provide CENTER hydraulic pressure to the ALTERNATE METERING valves. Same antiskid controller & light as normal brakes are used during ALTERNATE operation. Antiskid Controller regulates pressure through each alternate antiskid valve to a set of laterally paired wheels based on 8 separate wheel speed transducer inputs

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When the ALTERNATE brake system is powered, the ANTISKID light monitors the alternate brake system. This light illuminates with a power loss or system malfunction. The Brake system is summarized below :

PRIORITY
1 2 3 4

BRAKE SYSTEM

HYDRAULIC POWER

ANTISKID AUTOBRAKES
OK OK OK OK OK INOP INOP INOP

Normal brakes Right system Alternate brakes Center system Reserve brakes & steering Reserve qty of Center system Accumulator (Normal brakes) Accumulator

3. ANTISKID
Pushing a brake pedal opens the respective brake metering valve allowing pressure to pass through antiskid valves provided for each wheel. Antiskid Controller regulates pressure through each valve based on 8 separate wheel speed transducer inputs. It is a protection for : - Skid - Locked wheel - Hydroplane - Touchdown ANTISKID light = partial antiskid failure but autobrake may be selected. if not operative, the selector will trip to disarm ANTISKID OFF light = complete failure (computer) > Do not use autobrake ! ANTISKID OFF light + Parking brake ON = the parking brake valve does not OPEN to release the brakes pressure.

4. BRAKE TEMPERATURE
Brake temperature conditions for each MAIN gear are displayed on the EICAS status page (option) Temperature values tend to build for 10 min. to 15 min after braking 0-2 INITIAL range 3-4 NORMAL range 5-9 HIGH range indications are BLUE values are BLUE and box is WHITE Indications are WHITE and BRAKE TEMP light ON

5. FAULTS
PARK BRAKE

(amber) : Parking brake valve not open.

BRAKE SOURCE

(amber) :

- Normal & Alternate brake system pressure low or - Accumulator is power source to brakes.

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ANTISKID AUTO BRAKES

(amber) : Antiskid fault detected in the active brake system (NORMAL or ALTERNATE)

(amber) : Auto brakes system disarmed

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BRAKES SYSTEM

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NORMAL BRAKES

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ALTERNATE BRAKES

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