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Title Section,
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Subject
072.00.00

ENGINE – INSPECTION/CHECK .................................................................................................................. 1


1. GENERAL ............................................................................................................................................. 1
1.1. ................................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2. ................................................................................................................................................... 1
2. PROCEDURES FOR PERFORMING ADJUSTMENTS AND CHECKS ............................................................... 2
TASK CARD NO. 601.................................................................................................................................. 2
ROCEDURE: Engine External Inspection .............................................................................................. 2
TASK CARD NO. 602.................................................................................................................................. 4
ROCEDURE: Inspection of Fuel And Oil Systems................................................................................... 4
TASK CARD NO. 603.................................................................................................................................. 6
PROCEDURE: Inspection of Engine Accessories And Checking Them For Security of Attachment On
Engine And Leak-Tightness ................................................................................................................. 6
TASK CARD NO. 604.................................................................................................................................. 7
PROCEDURE: Inspection of Engine Attachment Units ........................................................................... 7
TASK CARD NO. 605.................................................................................................................................. 9
PROCEDURE: Inspection of Electrical Equipment .................................................................................. 9
TASK CARD NO. 606................................................................................................................................ 10
PROCEDURE: Checking Engine to Main Gearbox Alignment ................................................................. 10
Figure 601 For Reference When Checking Engine-to-Main Gearbox Alignment ..................................... 11
TASK CARD NO. 607................................................................................................................................ 12
PROCEDURE: Checking Thermocouple For Freedom From Contact To Frame Fault ............................... 12
TASK CARD NO. 608................................................................................................................................ 13
ROCEDURE: Inspection of Engine Flow Duct ...................................................................................... 13
Figure 602 Location of Inspection Holes on Engine ............................................................................. 14
Figure 603 For Reference When Inspecting Compressor Stages 7 and 8 .............................................. 17
Figure 604 For Reference When Inspecting Combustion Chamber Plame Tube and Main Fuel Nozzles ... 19
Figure 605 For Reference When Inspecting Compressor Turbine Stage 1 NGV’s and Rotor Blades ........... 21
Figure 606 For Reference When Inspecting NGV’s and Rotor Blades of Compressor Turbine Stage 2 and
NGV’s and Rotor Blades of Free Turbine Stage 1 ................................................................................. 23
Figure 607 For Reference When Inspecting NGV’s and Rotor Blades of Free Turbine Stages 1 and 2 ...... 25
Figure 608 For Reference When Inspecting Free Turbine .................................................................... 27
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ENGINE – INSPECTION/CHECK

1. General

1.1. The present topic comprises the following Task Cards:


(a) Engine external inspection (Ref. Task Card No. 601).
(b) Inspection of fuel and oil systems (Ref. Task Card No. 602).
(c) Inspection of compressor (Ref. 072.30.00).
(d) Inspection of combustion chamber (Ref. 072.40.00).
(e) Inspection of free turbine and fourth and fifth support assembly housing (Ref. 072.53.00).
(f) Inspection of exhaust stack (Ref. 072.58.00).
(g) Inspection of engine accessories and checking them for security of attachment on the engine and for
leak-tightness (Ref. Task Card No. 603).
(h) Inspection of angle attachment units (Ref. Task Card No. 604).
(i) Inspection of electrical equipment (Ref. Task Card No. 605).
(j) Checking engine-to-main gearbox alignment (Ref. Task Card No. 606).
(k) Checking thermocouple circuits for absence of contact-to-frame fault (Ref. Task Card No. 607).
(l) Inspection of engine flow duct (Ref. Task Card No. 608).
1.2. In case the following is detected during inspection:
(a) Damage, clogging of the ducts or wear of the inlet guide vanes, rotor blades and guide vanes of the
compressor.
(b) Damage and cracks on the first support assembly housing and on the other casings of the engine.
(c) Damage of the nozzle guide vanes and rotor blades of the compressor turbine and free turbine.
(d) Carbon deposition and damage of the fuel manifold jets.
(e) Damage (cracks on) to the combustion chamber flame tube.
(f) Leakage of the engine support assemblies.
The engine serviceability is restored according to the light overhaul procedure by the engine Manufacturer
or Developer.

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ACTIONS BY

1. Visually examine the engine to make sure that:


Carry out cleaning of
(a) It is free from dust and any contamination.
engine external surfaces
(Ref. Task Card No. 701).
(b) There are no foreign objects on the engine.
Remove corrosion
(c) There is no traces of corrosion or damage to the paint-and-varnish coating.
(Ref. Task Card No. 702)
and restore paint and
varnish coating
(Ref. Task Card No. 703)
(d) The self-locking nuts of the attachment bolts of the engine casing joints are properly locked and reliably Replace nuts with poor
tightened. locking properties, having
coated the threaded
CAUTION! DO NOT TIGHTEN LOOSENED SELF-LOCKING NUTS.
portions of the nut or bolt
NOTES: 1. During visual examination follow the instructions prescribed in paragraph 2.11, Approved
with anti-stick agent (Ref.
Repairs, of the present Section.
Appendix 2)
2. If it is not possible to examine the self-locking nuts, perform examination using a lamp and
swivel mirror taken from the helicopter airborne tool kit according to the inspection intervals
specified in the Helicopter Maintenance Manual.

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ACTIONS BY

TEST EQUIPMENT TOOLS AND FIXTURES MATERIALS

1. Swivel Mirror 1. Anti-stick agent


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MS. ITEM ROCEDURE: Inspection of Fuel And Oil Systems

CORRECTIVE CHECKED
OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (T. R.)
ACTIONS BY

1. Visually examine the pipes of the fuel and oil systems in accessible places to make sure their joints are Ref. Fig. 113
leak-tight. No leakages of fuel or oil are accessible
2. By visual inspection and gentle wobbling of the pipes, make sure, that:
(a) There is no slackening in attachment of the clips and clamping blocks of the pipes.
(b) The pipes do not touch each other or adjacent components. The clearance between the pipes and the If required, ensure the
fixed parte must be 3 mm minimum. prescribed clearances by
bending slightly the pipes
(Ref. Task Card No. 801).

(c) The pipes are free from rub marks, scores, nicks, and dents. Damages having a depth in excess of 0.1 Pipes having depth of

mm are unacceptable. damages in excess of 0.1


mm are subject to
replacement (Ref. Task
Card No. 801).

(d) The pipes are not dented. Dents having a depth in excess of 10 % of the pipe diameter are If acceptable limits of

unacceptable. dents are exceeded,


replace the pipe (Ref.
Task Card No. 801)
(e) The pipes are free from corrosion. Remove corrosion (Ref.
Task Card No. 702)
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ACTIONS BY

3. Check to see that the locking elements of the coupling nuts of the pipes are intact and correctly fitted. The Ensure correct tightening
safety wire must be twisted and pulled taut, protecting the threaded joints against self-unscrewing. and locking

TEST EQUIPMENT TOOLS AND FIXTURES MATERIALS

1. Tools kit 1. Safety wire


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PROCEDURE: Inspection of Engine Accessories And Checking Them For Security of Attachment On Engine And Leak-
MS. ITEM
Tightness
CORRECTIVE CHECKED
OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (T. R.)
ACTIONS BY

1. Examine the engine-mounted accessories in accessible places for external condition. The engine Remove dust and dirt with
accessories must be free from mechanical damages and there must be no dust or dirt on their surfaces. the help of a cloth piece
moistened in gasoline.

2. By wobbling the engine accessories by hand, check them for security of attachment and correct locking. Tighten up loose
The engine accessories must be properly torqued and correctly locked. accessories, if any.

3. Check the flanged joints of the accessories and connections in places of attachment of pipes to engine
accessories for absence of oil and fuel leaks.

4. Verify that the seals and safety wire of the adjusting elements are intact.

TEST EQUIPMENT TOOLS AND FIXTURES MATERIALS

1. Tools kit 1. Cotton cloth piece


2. Gasoline
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MS. ITEM PROCEDURE: Inspection of Engine Attachment Units

CORRECTIVE CHECKED
OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (T. R.)
ACTIONS BY

1. Using the X7 magnifying glass, examine the engine front flange in accessible places of attachment of the Replace front flange (Ref.
072.30.00, Task Card No.
helicopter rods. Mechanical damages and traces of corrosion are unacceptable.
203. Remove traces of
corrosion (Ref. Task Card
No. 702).

2. Examine the engine rear support assembly to main gearbox attachment unit in accessible places and Remove traces of corrosion
(Ref. Task Card No. 702)
check to see that:
Replace damaged safety
(a) There are no mechanical damages and traces of corrosion. wire. Using a wrench,
tighten up loose nuts and
safety them with wire
(b) The nuts of the sphere cover-to-sphere case attachment bolts are correctly torqued and safetied.

(c) The sphere cover-to-sphere case joint and the load-bearing cone-to-sphere cone joint are free from oil
leaks.
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TEST EQUIPMENT TOOLS AND FIXTURES MATERIALS

1. X7 magnifying glass

2. Screwdriver

3. Combination pliers

4. Open-end wrench, S = 10x12 mm


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MS. ITEM PROCEDURE: Inspection of Electrical Equipment

CORRECTIVE CHECKED
OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (T. R.)
ACTIONS BY

1. Inspect the engine electrical equipment and make sure that:


Replace damaged wire, if
(a) The HV wires are free from mechanical damages.
any (Ref. 080.21.00, Task
Card No. 201).

(b) There is no loosening of the el. connector nuts and the safety wire is intact. If any nut is found loose,
remove the safety wire,
tighten up the nut up to
stop and then safety.

(c) The wires are not movable at the attachment points Eliminate movement of
wire within a clip by fitting
a fluoroplastic gasket or
by replacing the clip.

TEST EQUIPMENT TOOLS AND FIXTURES MATERIALS

1. Combination pliers 1. Safety wire


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MS. ITEM PROCEDURE: Checking Engine to Main Gearbox Alignment

CORRECTIVE CHECKED
OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (T. R.)
ACTIONS BY

1. Measure dimension "C" between the flanges of sphere cover (1) and main gearbox casing trunnion (2) Perform the alignment
with the aid of a feeler gauge (Ref. Fig. 601). The difference between the measurements taken in adjustment by changing
diametrically opposed points δ3-δ1 andδ2-δ4 shall not exceed 0.15 mm. the length of the engine
to helicopter attachment
rods.
CAUTION: IT IS ADVICEABLE TO ADJUST THE ALIGNMENT IN SUCH A WAY. THAT DIMENSION δ3 IS
MADE LARGER THAN DIMENSION δ1 AND DIMENSION δ2 IS LARGER THAN DIMENSION δ4.

The equality of the sum of measurements in the vertical plane (δ1 +δ3) and the sum of measurements in
the horizontal plane (δ2+δ4) within a tolerance of ±0.1 mm conforms the accuracy of the measurements.

NOTE: For decreasing the quantity of the helicopter tail pipe attachment coupling clamp removal-
installation operations, it is recommended to measure the alignment of the engine with the gearbox
without removal of the helicopter tail pipe; in so doing, take the alignment measurement at the
lower point, standing on a step ladder installed under the exhaust stack, while the assistant should
visually check the correctness of the measurement procedure.

TEST EQUIPMENT TOOLS AND FIXTURES MATERIALS

1. Feeler gauge - 100, set No. 3


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1 2

I C I

Looking forward

1. Sphere Cover
2. Main Gearbox Casing Trunnion
3. Feeler Gauge

1 3 2

Figure 601 For Reference When Checking Engine-to-Main Gearbox Alignment


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MS. ITEM PROCEDURE: Checking Thermocouple For Freedom From Contact To Frame Fault

CORRECTIVE CHECKED
OPERATIONS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS (T. R.)
ACTIONS BY

1. Carry out the operations prescribed in Step 1.1 of Task Card No. 808
2. Using a tester, make sure there is no short circuiting between terminals (9) and (10) and the engine
frame (Ref. 077.21.10, Pig. 1).
3. Carry out the operations specified in Step 2.3 of Task Card No. 808.

TEST EQUIPMENT TOOLS AND FIXTURES MATERIALS

1. Tester 1. Open-end wrench, S = 8x10 mm


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MS. ITEM ROCEDURE: Inspection of Engine Flow Duct

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ACTIONS BY

1. General
1.1 The inspection of the engine flow duct is carried out visually through the inspection holes (Ref. Fig. 602)
or with the aid of a set of endoscopes (further on termed as «endoscope»). The inspection can be
performed by means of both rigid and flexible endoscopes. Usage of the flexible endoscope allows
evaluating engine flow duct technical condition more efficiently. Only Designer’s/Manufacturer’s
representatives or Operators’ specialists specially trained and admitted to work are allowed to inspect the
engine flow duct. Recommended types of endoscopes are listed in TOOLS AND FIXTURES column.
1.2 The following items are subject to inspection:
a) with the use of rigid endoscope:
— VIGV;
— Compressor stage 1 rotor blades;
— Trailing edges of compressor stage 7 rotor blades, except for the areas near blade roots;
— Leading edges of compressor stage 8 rotor blades, except for the areas near blade roots;
— Two compressor stage 7 VGV's (partially);
— Two main fuel nozzles Nos 5 and 8 (from the side of the end faces) and components of swirlers;
— Isolated sections of flame tube and main fuel nozzles Nos 4, 6, 7 and 9 (partially, from a distance);
— Two compressor turbine stage 1 NGV’s (partially);
— Compressor turbine stage 1 rotor blades from the entry side;
— Two or three NGV’s of compressor turbine stage 2 (partially);
— Compressor turbine stage 2 rotor blades from the outlet side, except for the areas near the blade
roots;
— Two or three NGV’s of free turbine stage 1;
— Free turbine stage 1 rotor blades from the entry side (except for the areas near the blade roots) as
well as from the outlet side.
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5 4 3 2 1

7
6

1. Compressor Stage 7 and 8 Inspection Hole


2. Ignition Plug (Hole for Inspection of Flame Tube and Combustion Chamber Main Fuel Nozzles)
3. Thermocouple and Hole for Inspection of Compressor Turbine Stage 1 NGV’s and Rotor Blades
4. Hole for Inspection of Compressor Turbine Stage 2 NGV’s and Rotor Blades and Free Turbine Stage 1 NGV’s and Rotor Blades
5. Hole for Inspection of Free Turbine Stage 1 and 2 NGV’s and Rotor Blades
6. Direction of Inspection of Free Turbine Stage 2 Rotor Blades
7. Direction of Inspection of Compressor Stage 1 Rotor Blades and VIGV’s

Figure 602 Location of Inspection Holes on Engine


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b) with the use of flexible endoscope:
— VIGV;
— Compressor stage 1 rotor blades;
— Compressor stage 6 and 7 rotor blades (all along the height);
— Two compressor stage 7 VGV’s (partially);
— All main fuel nozzles;
— Flame tube (completely);
— All compressor turbine stage 1 NGV’s (all along the height);
— Compressor turbine stage 1 rotor blades;
— Two or three compressor turbine stage 2 NGV's (partially);
— Compressor turbine stage 2 rotor blades;
— Two or three free turbine stage 1 NGV’s;
— Free turbine stage 1 rotor blades from the inlet and outlet sides (all along the height);
— Free turbine stage 2 rotor blades from the inlet side (all along the height).
NOTES: 1. The working portion of the endoscope with a side view adapter shall be inserted in the inspection holes during
inspection of the compressor stage 7 and 8 rotor blades.
2. Inspection of the engine flow duct parts through ignition plug location holes shall be performed with the
working portion of the endoscope placed in a guide tube with the use of end view and side view adapters.
3. The side view adapter shall be used for inspection via inspection holes (4) and (5).
4. During inspection of compressor and turbines rotor blades with the OLIMPUS video scope, use a rigid guide
tube taken from the video scope kit.
5. It is possible to inspect VIGV’s and compressor stage 1 rotor blades with DPD installed by means of the
OLIMPUS video scope.
1.3. In order to provide unimpeded access to the engine inspection holes, it is allowed to remove some engine components
and disconnect some helicopter pipes which impair the inspection.
2. Basic Requirements and Safety Precautions to be Observed During Inspection.
2.1. Only operators familiar with the engine design, as well as design and operation of the endo scope described in its
Maintenance Manual may be allowed to conduct the inspection.
2.2. Carry out the inspection of the engine flow duct with the temperature of the engine casing not exceeding plus 60 °C.
2.3. When several assemblies (stages) are to be examined, do not remove at the same time all plugs from the inspection
holes of these assemblies. Reinstall the removed plug to its place, having cleaned it before refitting from dirt and wiped
it with a cloth piece moistened in fuel.
2.4. The following is not allowed:
— Abrupt jerks and impacts and sharp kinks of the light guides.
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ACTIONS BY

— Getting of water, kerosene, gasoline, oil or other substances on the casing and into the components of the device.
— To conduct inspections on the engine having fuel leaks or on a running engine.
— To crank up the engine rotors in the course of inspection if it is not related to the inspection process.
2.5. On completion of the inspection procedure, thoroughly check the engine and engine compartment for absence of foreign
objects and correct installation of parts and units removed in the course of the inspection.
2.6. Enter the results of the inspection of the engine flow duct in the engine Log Book.

3. Inspection of Compressor

3.1. Visually examine the VIGV and the compressor stage 1 rotor blades with the dust-protection device removed (if it was
fitted) following the procedure laid down in Task Card No. 201, 072.30.00. If necessary, use the rigid or flexible
endoscope with dia. 8 (8.5) mm or video scope with dia. 6.5 mm.
NOTE. It is possible to inspect VIGV's and compressor stage 1 rotor blades with DPD installed by means of the OLIMPUS
video scope.
3.2. Examine the compressor stage 7 and 8 blades.
The inspection shall be performed whenever damages to the stage 1 rotor blades, which are close to the permissible
values specified in Table 201, Section 072.30.00, are observed.
3.2.1. Unsafety and remove screws (1) (Ref. Fig. 603) attaching blank (2) and remove the blank. For location of blanks on
the engine, refer to Figure 602.
3.2.2. Introduce the rigid or flexible endoscope via the inspection hole into the compressor flow duct. Examine the compressor
stage 7 VGV's in accessible places. While carefully cranking the gas generator rotor with the manual cranking tool,
examine (in places accessible for inspection) the trailing edges of the compressor stage 7 rotor blades and, having
turned the endoscope through 180 deg., the trailing edges of the compressor stage 8 rotor blades.

NOTE. When using the rigid endoscope the areas near the roots of the compressor stage 7 and 8 rotor blades are not
accessible for inspection.
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1 2 3

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2h, max.
𝑙
min.
2 A A
6
𝑙 6
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Wear .of compressor stages
7 and 8 blades
1. Screw
2. Blank
3. Safety Wire A-A
4. Gasket 10 1 2 4 9 5 7
5. Endoscope
6. Compressor Rotor Stage 7 Blade
7. Compressor Stage 7 VGV
8. Compressor Rotor Stage 8 Blade 6. 8

9. Flange
10. Washer

Figure 603 For Reference When Inspecting Compressor Stages 7 and 8


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CAUTION! WHEN CRANKING THE ROTOR, HOLD THE ENDOSCOPE IN POSITION EXCLUDING THE POSSIBILITY OF
DAMAGING THE ENDOSCOPE.
Breakage of the blades is not acceptable and the blades must be free from bends and tears. No wear is allowed on
the tips of the compressor stages 7 and 8 rotor blades in excess of half of the blade visible width or in excess of two
clearances between the normal blade tip and the inner surface of the compressor stator in depth.
When damages to the compressor stage 7 and 8 rotor blades are detected, the decision regarding engine serviceability
is taken by the Supplier’s representative in each particular case.
3.2.3. Remove the remnants of old gasket (4) from flange (9) and degrease the surface of the flange and blank (2) with
toluene or gasoline. Coat the new gasket with the siloxane enamel (Ref. Appendix 2) and fit it to the flange.
Fit the blank to the flange, secure it with screws (1), having coated them with anti-stick agent and placed washers
(10).
Tighten screws (1) and secure them with safety wire (3).

4. Inspection of Flame Tube, Combustion Chamber and Main Fuel Nozzles (Ref. Fig. 604). During inspection, apart from the
rigid endoscope, use the flexible endoscope.

4.1. Remove both ignition plugs (Ref. Task Card No. 806) without disconnecting the wires.

CAUTION! WHEN REMOVING IGNITION PLUG MAKE SURE THAT NO ACCIDENTAL ACTIVATION OF THE IGNITION
SYSTEM MAY OCCUR.

4.2. Introduce endoscope with dia. 8 (8.5) mm or dia. 6 mm into the flame tube in turn through the ignition plug location
holes and examine the following items:
— Main fuel nozzles Nos 5 and 8 from the end face and the components of the swirlers (vanes and the holes for blowing
off the carbon deposit);
— Main fuel nozzles Nos 4, 6, 7 and 9 (partially, from a distance) to the extend where Inspection is practicable;
— Portions of the flame tube (as much as practicable).
The following is acceptable:
— Local warpage of the flame tube walls;
— Local partial melting of the edges and cracks not of a closed contour on the walls of the flame tube;
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3 2
1 4
1

View Б

A
5

1. Ignition Plug
2. Combustion Chamber
7 3. Screw
4. Gasket
5. Main Fuel Nozzle
6
6. Plame Tube
7. Endoscope

Diagram of fuel nozzles numbering


(viewing from compressor side)

7 6
Б
8 5

9 4
5

10 3

11 2
12 1

Figure 604 For Reference When Inspecting Combustion Chamber Plame Tube and Main Fuel Nozzles

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ACTIONS BY

— Deposit and caking (but without blocking the air supply ports in the swirler), minor local warpages and cracks on end
faces of the fuel nozzles not forming a closed contour.
The following defects are not acceptable:
— Flame tube burning-through;
— Cracks forming a closed contour which may lead to a break-away of material from the walls of the flame tube;
— Considerable amounts of the carbon deposit on the end faces of the main fuel nozzles blocking the air supply ports
in the swirler;
— Cracks on the end faces of the main fuel nozzles forming a closed contour;
— Breakdown of the swirler blades.
Inspect the thermocouples and compressor turbine stage 1 NGV band-housing (Ref. 072.51.00, Task Card No. 201) by
means of flexible endoscope for presence of a green grey color on stagnation chamber material (evidence of their
exposure to the gas temperatures over 1000 °C).
4.3. Withdraw the endoscope from the flame tube, install and secure the ignition plugs (Ref. Task Card No. 806).

5. Inspection of Compressor Turbine and Free Turbine.


No damage is acceptable on the rotor blades of any stage of the compressor turbine and free turbine.
Minor nicks having a size not exceeding 1x1 mm (to be determined visually) are acceptable on the parts of the compressor
turbine stator and free turbine stator. If cracks are found on the parts of the stator, the decision regarding serviceability of
the engine is taken by the | Manufacturer’s/Designer’s representative in each particular case.
5.1. Inspection of Compressor Turbine Stage 1 NGV’s and Rotor Blades (Ref. Fig. 605).
5.1.1. Without disconnecting the wires, remove one of the thermocouples (Ref. Task Card No. 809).
NOTE. On engines manufactured before the 3rd quarter of 1979, the inspection may be carried out either via the
thermocouple location holes or via the special blanked off inspection holes (3) located between the
thermocouples (Ref. Fig. 602), for which purpose it is necessary to unsafety and remove screws (1) (Ref. Fig.
605) attaching blanks (2) and remove the blank.
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5 6
1 4

Б Б
1. Screw
2. Plug
3. Gasket 2
4. Endoscope 7
5. NGV
6. Gas Generator Rotor Stage 1 Blade
7. Safety Wire

Б-Б
1
2
3

Figure 605 For Reference When Inspecting Compressor Turbine Stage 1 NGV’s and Rotor Blades
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5.1.2. Introduce the endoscope with dia. 8 (8.5) mm into the inspection passage.
5.1.3. Examine the NG vanes in visible places. Fusions and burnings are not permissible.
5.1.4. While slowly cranking the gas generator rotor with the manual cranking tool, examine the turbine stage 1 rotor blades.
Erosion and corrosion damage to vanes is permissible without separation of oxidized layer and change of geometry of
input edges.

CAUTION! WHEN CRANKING UP THE GAS GENERATOR ROTOR, FIT THE ENDOSCOPE IN A POSITION EXCLUDING
THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGING THE ENDOSCOPE.
5.1.5. Withdraw the endoscope from the inspection hole.
Should it be necessary, continue the inspection via other thermocouple location holes following the same procedure.
5.1.6. Reinstall the thermocouples (Ref. Task Card No. 809) or install blank (2), for which purpose coat new gasket (3) with
siloxane enamel (Ref. Appendix 2) and place it on the flange of blank (2). Install blank (2) into the seat, secure it by
screws (1) having coated the thread with anti-stick agent. Tighten the screws and lock them with wire.
5.2. Inspection of Compressor Turbine Stage 2 NGV’s and Rotor Blades from Outlet Side and Free Turbine Stage 1 NGV’s and
Rotor Blades from Inlet Side.
5.2.1. Unsafety and remove screws (1) (Ref. Fig. 606) attaching blank (2) [for location of blanks on engine, refer to Fig. 602,
Item (4)] and remove the blank.
5.2.2. Enter the endoscope with dia. 8 (8.5) mm or dia. 6 mm into the inspection passage and examine the compressor
turbine stage 2 NGV’s (where the inspection is practicable).
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1 2 3

1
2 4

B B

8 9

5 6 7 10 1. Screw
2. Blank
3. Safety Wire
4. Gasket
5. Compressor Turbine Stage 2 NGV
6. Compressor Turbine Stage 2 Rotor Blade
7. Strut
8. Endoscope
9. Free Turbine Stage 1 NGV
10. Free Turbine Stage 1 Rotor Blade

Figure 606 For Reference When Inspecting NGV’s and Rotor Blades of Compressor Turbine Stage 2 and NGV’s and Rotor Blades of Free Turbine Stage 1
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5.2.3. While slowly cranking the gas generator rotor with the manual cranking tool, examine the compressor turbine stage 2
rotor blades.
NOTE. The areas near the roots of the compressor turbine stage 2 rotor blades are not accessible for inspection.
CAUTION! WHEN CRANKING THE GAS GENERATOR ROTOR, FIT THE ENDOSCOPE IN A POSITION EXCLUDING THE
POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGING THE ENDOSCOPE.
5.2.4. Examine strut (7) in visible places (Ref. Fig. 606).
5.2.5. Turn the endoscope through 180 deg. and examine the free turbine stage 1 NGV’s (where the inspection is practicable).
5.2.6. While slowly cranking the free turbine rotor either by the blades from the side of the exhaust stack or by the helicopter
main rotor blades, examine the free turbine stage 1 rotor blades from the inlet side.
NOTE. The areas of roots of the free turbine stage 1 rotor blades are not accessible for inspection with rigid endoscope.
CAUTION! WHEN CRANKING THE FREE TURBINE ROTOR, HOLD THE ENDOSCOPE IN A POSITION EXCLUDING THE
POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGING THE ENDOSCOPE.
5.2.7. Coat new gasket (4) with siloxane enamel (Ref. Appendix 2) and place it on the flange of blank (2).
Install the blank into its seat and secure it with screws (1) having coated the thread with anti-stick agent. Tighten the
screws and lock them with wire.

5.3. Inspection of Free Turbine Stage 1 NGV’s and Rotor Blades (From Outlet Side) and Stage 2 NGV’s and Rotor Blades
(From Inlet Side) (Ref. Fig. 607).

5.3.1. Unsafety and remove screws (2) (Ref. Fig. 607) attaching blank (1). Remove blank (1) (for location of blanks on
engine, refer to Fig. 602, Item (5).
5.3.2. Introduce endoscope with dia. 8 (8.5) mm or dia. 6 mm with the side view adapter installed on it into the inspection
passage.
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5
7
1 2 3 Г-Г
4

8
6

Г Г

1. Blank
2. Screw
3. Safety Wire
4. Gasket
5. Endoscope
6. Free Turbine Stage 1 Rotor Blade
7. Free Turbine Stage 2 NGV
8. Free Turbine Stage 2 Rotor Blade

Figure 607 For Reference When Inspecting NGV’s and Rotor Blades of Free Turbine Stages 1 and 2
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5.3.3. While slowly cranking up the free turbine rotor by the blades from the side of the exhaust stack or by the helicopter
main rotor blades, examine the free turbine stage 1 rotor blades from the outlet side.

CAUTION! WHEN CRANKING THE ROTOR, FIT THE ENDOSCOPE IN A POSITION EXCLUDING THE POSSIBILITY OF
DAMAGING THE ENDOSCOPE.

5.3.4. Examine the free turbine stage 2 NGV’s from the inlet side (where the inspection is practicable).
5.3.5. Turn the endoscope through 180 deg. Examine the free turbine stage 2 NGV’s from the outlet side (where the inspection
is practicable).
5.3.6. While slowly cranking the free turbine rotor (as described in 5.3.3), examine the free turbine stage 2 rotor blades from
the inlet side.
5.3.7. Coat new gasket (4) (Ref. Fig. 607) with siloxane enamel (Ref. Appendix 2) and place it on the flange of blank (1).
Insert blank (1) into its location hole and secure with screws (2). Tighten up attachment screws (2) and safety them
with wire (3).

5.4. Inspection of Free Turbine Stage 2 Rotor Blades from Outlet Side.
Visually inspect the free turbine stage 2 rotor blades from the outlet side (Ref. Fig. 608).
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1. Free Turbine Stage 1 Rotor Blade


2. Exhaust Stack

1 2

Figure 608 For Reference When Inspecting Free Turbine


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TEST EQUIPMENT TOOLS AND FIXTURES MATERIALS
1. Set of type endoscopes
1. Gasoline B-70
2. Airborne engine tool kit
3. Technical endoscopes, manufactured by INTER PJSC: 2. Cambric cloth

Flexible: 3. Enthyl alcohol


ART2-6-100 (dia. 6 mm, 1 = 1 m) 4. Siloxane enamel
ART2-6-150 (dia. 6 mm, 1 = 1.5 m) 5. Anti-stick agent
ART4-8-150 (dia. 8 mm, 1 = 1.5 m)
6. Safety Wire dia. 0.8 mm
Rigid:
7. Gasket 7846.0036 [Ref. Fig. 603 (4)]
KL 5,5-400-00D (dia. 5.5 mm, 1 = 0.4 m),
8. Gasket 7831.0518 [Ref. Fig. 604 (4)]
KL 5.5-400-90D (dia. 5.5 mm, 1 = 0.4 m)
4. Endoscopes manufactured by OMTEH PJSC: 9. Gasket 7846,3040 [Ref. Fig. 605 (3)]
Rigid: 10. Gasket 7846.3030 [Ref. Fig. 606 (4)]
TC5,5-300-OIII (dia. 5.5 mm, 1 = 0.3 m) 11. Gasket 7846.3040 [Ref. Fig. 607 (4)]
Flexible:
TCr6-l,5 or TCr6-l,0 (dia. 6 mm, 1 = 1.5 m or 1 = 1 m)
with removable adapter
5. Power supply unit 220/27 V
6. OLIMPUS Video-scope
FX IV 8620 (flexible, dia. 6 mm, 1 = 2 m)
SA IV 7635 (flexible, dia. 6 mm, 1 = 3.5 m)
Adapter:
AT 80 D/FF
AT 120 S/FF