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TABLE OF CONTENTS SUBJECT OPERATING LIMITS AND LEADING PARTICULARS 1. 2. General Operating Limits and Leading Particulars A. B. C. D. E. F. Operating Limits Overtorque Limits Overtemperature Limits Overspeed limits Normal Take-off Temperature Limit Leading Particulars PAGE 05-10-00 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2

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OPERATING LIMITS AND LEADING PARTICULARS 1. General The Operating Limits and Leading Particulars contain the limits approved by Transport Canada. 2. Operating Limits and Leading Particulars A. Operating Limits (1) (2) (3) (4) B. Engine operating limits for the PW124B (BS724/BS726/BS896) engine are detailed in Table 1. Engine operating limits for the PW127 (BS774) engine are detailed in Table 2. Engine operating limits for the PW127E (BS850/BS1034) engine are detailed in Table 3. Engine operating limits for the PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) engines are detailed in Table 4.

Overtorque Limits (1) (2) (3) Overtorque limits for the PW124B (BS724/BS726/BS896) engine are detailed in Figure 1. Overtorque limits for the PW127 (BS774), PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) engines are detailed in Figure 2. Overtorque limits for the PW127E (BS850/BS1034) engine are detailed in Figure 3.

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Overtemperature Limits Overtemperature limits for the PW124B (BS724/BS726/BS896), PW127 (BS774), PW127E (BS850/BS1034), PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) engines are detailed in Figure 4.

D.

Overspeed limits (1) (2) (3) Overspeed limits for the PW124B (BS724/BS726/BS896) engine are detailed in Figure 5. Overspeed limits for the PW127 (BS774) and PW127E (BS850/BS1034)engine are detailed in Figure 6. Overspeed limits for the PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) engines are detailed in Figure 7.

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Normal Take-off Temperature Limit Normal Take-off ITT/T6 limits for the PW127 (BS774), PW127E (BS850/BS1034), PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) engines are detailed in Figure 8.

F.

Leading Particulars (1) (2) (3) (4) Engine leading particulars for the PW124B (BS724/BS726/BS896) engine are detailed in Table 5. Engine leading particulars for the PW127 (BS774) engine are detailed in Table 6. Engine leading particulars for the PW127E (BS850/BS1034) engine are detailed in Table 7. Engine leading particulars for the PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) engines are detailed in Table 8.

G. TABLE 1, Operating Limits - PW124B (BS724/BS726/BS896) Engines STEADY STATE NH Maximum NP Maximum 34200 rpm - 102.7% 1212 rpm - 101% TRANSIENT 34550 rpm - 103.7% 20 secs. Max. 1320 rpm - 110% (Ref. NOTE 4) 1380 rpm - 115% (Ref. NOTE 5) 1229 rpm - 102.5% (Ref. NOTE 6) 28900 rpm - 104.3% 20 Sec. Max. Ref. Fig. 1 Ref. Fig. 4 Ref. Fig. 4

NL Maximum G.I. NH (Min. idle) Torque Maximum ITT/T6 Maximum ITT/T6 During Start ITT Limit (Hotel mode) Oil Temperature

28800 rpm - 104% 21978 rpm - 66% Min. Ref. Fig. 1 800C (1472F) 840C (1544F) 20 secs. 950C (1742F) 5 secs. 715C (1319F) 115C (239F) Max. 0C (32F) Min. Starting -54C (-65F) Min., G.I. -40C (-40F) Min. 55-65 psid above ight idle (Ref. NOTE 3) 40 psid Min. below ight idle

125C (257F) (Ref. NOTES 1 and 2).

Oil Pressure

40 - 100 psid 20 secs Max.

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TABLE 1, Operating Limits - PW124B (BS724/BS726/BS896) Engines (Contd) STEADY STATE Max. Oil Consumption (over 10 hour period) 0.500 lb./hr. (0.227 kg/hr) TRANSIENT

Inlet fuel temperature -54C (-65F) Min., +57C (+135F) Max. NOTE: 1. Sustained running at an oil temperature between 115 and 125C (239 and 257F) is limited to 20 minutes, except when in Hotel mode. NOTE: 2. During Hotel mode operation, the engine oil temperature limit is 120C (248F) for an unlimited time. Sustained running at a temperature between 120 and 125C (248 and 257F) is limited to 20 minutes. NOTE: 3. Psid = difference between oil delivery pressure and pressure in No. 3 and 4 bearing cavity. NOTE: 4. Overspeed due to propeller malfunction. Permissible to complete ight. Power must be set not to exceed takeoff or normal takeoff or maximum continuous or maximum climb or maximum cruise rating as applicable. On-wing maintenance is required. NOTE: 5. Overspeed due to propeller malfunction. Permissible to complete ight. Power must be set not to exceed takeoff or normal takeoff or maximum continuous or maximum climb or maximum cruise rating as applicable. Engine must be inspected in accordance with overhaul manual instructions. NOTE: 6. Overspeed due to propeller malfunction. Permissible to complete ight. Power must be set not to exceed takeoff or normal takeoff or maximum continuous or maximum climb or maximum cruise rating as applicable. No maintenance action required.

TABLE 2, Operating Limits - PW127 (BS774) Engines STEADY STATE NH Maximum NP Maximum 34360 rpm - 103.2% 1212 rpm - 101% TRANSIENT 35440 rpm - 106.4% 20 secs. Max. 1272 rpm - 106% (Ref. NOTE 3) 1440 rpm - 120% 5 Sec. Max. 1296 rpm - 108% 20 Sec. Max. (Ref. NOTE 4) 29575 rpm -106.8% 20 Secs. Max Ref. Fig. 2 Ref. Fig. 4

NL Maximum G.I. NH (Min. idle) Torque Maximum ITT/T6 Maximum

28870 rpm -104.2% 21978 rpm - 66% Min. Ref. Fig. 2 800C (1472F)

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TABLE 2, Operating Limits - PW127 (BS774) Engines (Contd) STEADY STATE Normal Takeoff ITT/T6 Maximum ITT/T6 During Start ITT Limit (Hotel mode) Oil Temperature Depending on OAT (Ref. Fig. 8) 840C (1544F) 20 secs. 950C (1742F) 5 secs. 715C (1319F) 125C (257F) Max. (Ref. NOTE 1) 0C (32F) Min. Starting -54C (-65F) Min. G.I. -40C (-40F) Min. 55-65 psid above ight idle (Ref. NOTE 2) 40 psid Min. below ight idle 0.500 lb./hr. (0.227 kg/hr) 140C (284F) (Ref. NOTE 1). TRANSIENT Ref. Fig. 4 Ref. Fig. 4

Oil Pressure

40 - 100 psig 20 secs Max.

Max. Oil Consumption (Over 10 hour period)

Inlet fuel temperature -54C (-65F) Min., +57C (+135F) Max. NOTE: 1. Sustained running at an oil temperature between 125 and 140C (257 and 284F) is limited to 20 minutes. NOTE: 2. Psid = difference between oil delivery pressure and pressure in No. 3 and 4 bearing cavity. NOTE: 3. Overspeed due to propeller malfunction. Permissible to complete ight. Power must be set not to exceed takeoff or normal takeoff or maximum continuous or maximum climb or maximum cruise rating as applicable. No engine maintenance action required. NOTE: 4. Maximum ITT of 781C (1438F)

TABLE 3, Operating Limits - PW127E (BS850/BS1034) Engines STEADY STATE NH Maximum NP Maximum 34360 rpm - 103.2% 1212 rpm - 101.09 % TRANSIENT 35440 rpm - 106.4% 20 secs. Max. 1272 rpm - 106% (Ref. NOTE 3) 1440 rpm - 120% 5 secs. Max. 1296 rpm- 108% 20 Sec. Max. (Ref. NOTE 4)

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TABLE 3, Operating Limits - PW127E (BS850/BS1034) Engines (Contd) STEADY STATE NL Maximum G.I. - NH (Min. idle) Torque Maximum ITT/T6 Maximum Normal Takeoff ITT/T6 Maximum ITT/T6 During Start ITT limit (Hotel mode) Oil Temperature 28870 rpm - 104.2 % 21978 rpm - 66% Min. Ref. Fig. 3 800C (1472F) Depending on OAT. (Ref. Fig. 8) 840C (1544F) 20 secs. 950C (1742F) 5 secs. 715C (1319F) 125C (257F) Max. (Ref. NOTE 1) 0C (32F) Min. Starting -54C (-65F) Min. G.I -40C (-40F) Min. 55-65 psid above ight idle (Ref. NOTE 2) 40 psid Min. below ight idle 0.500 lb./hr. (0.227 kg/hr) 140C (284F) (Ref. NOTE 1). TRANSIENT 29575 rpm - 106.8% 20 secs. Max. Ref. Fig. 3 Ref. Fig. 4 Ref. Fig. 4 Ref. Fig. 4

Oil Pressure

40 - 100 psid 20 secs Max.

Max. Oil Consumption (over 10 hour period)

Inlet fuel temperature -54C (-65F) Min., +57C (+135F) Max. NOTE: 1. Sustained running at an oil temperature between 125 and 140C (257 and 284F) is limited to 20 minutes. NOTE: 2. Psid = difference between oil delivery pressure and pressure in No. 3 and 4 bearing cavity. NOTE: 3. Overspeed due to propeller malfunction. Permissible to complete ight. Power must be set not to exceed takeoff or normal takeoff or maximum continuous or maximum climb or maximum cruise rating as applicable. No engine maintenance action required. NOTE: 4. Maximum ITT of 781C (1438F)

TABLE 4, Operating Limits - PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) Engines STEADY STATE NH Maximum 34360 rpm - 103.2% TRANSIENT 35440 rpm - 106.4% 20 secs. Max.

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TABLE 4, Operating Limits - PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) Engines (Contd) STEADY STATE NP Maximum 1212 rpm - 101.09 % TRANSIENT 1272 rpm - 106% (Ref. NOTE 3) 1440 rpm - 120% 5 secs. Max. 1296 rpm - 108% 20 secs. Max. (Ref. NOTE 4) 29575 rpm - 106.8% 20 secs. Max. Ref. Fig. 2 Ref. Fig. 4 Ref. Fig. 4 Ref. Fig. 4

NL Maximum G.I. - NH (Min. idle) Torque Maximum ITT/T6 Maximum Normal Takeoff ITT/T6 Maximum ITT/T6 During Start ITT limit (Hotel mode) Oil Temperature

28870 rpm - 104.2 % 21978 rpm - 66% Min. Ref. Fig. 2 800C (1472F) Depending on OAT. (Ref. Fig. 8) 840C (1544F) 20 secs. 950C (1742F) 5 secs. 715C (1319F) 125C (257F) Max. (Ref. NOTE 1) 0C (32F) Min. Starting -54C (-65F) Min. G.I -40C (-40F) 55-65 psid above ight idle (Ref. NOTE 2) 40 psid Min. below ight idle 0.500 lb./hr. (0.227 kg/hr)

140C (284F) (Ref. NOTE 1).

Oil Pressure

40 - 100 psid 20 secs Max.

Max. Oil Consumption (over 10 hour period)

Inlet fuel temperature -54C (-65F) Min., +57C (+135F) Max. NOTE: 1. Sustained running at an oil temperature between 125 and 140C (257 and 284F) is limited to 20 minutes. NOTE: 2. Psid = difference between oil delivery pressure and pressure in No. 3 and 4 bearing cavity. NOTE: 3. Overspeed due to propeller malfunction. Permissible to complete ight. Power must be set not to exceed takeoff or normal takeoff or maximum continuous or maximum climb or maximum cruise rating as applicable. No engine maintenance action required. NOTE: 4. Maximum ITT of 769C (1416F)

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TABLE 5, Engine Specications and Leading Particulars - PW124B (BS724/BS726/BS896) Engines SHAFT POWER PERFORMANCE SPECIFIC FUEL CONSUMPTION (lb./eshp/hr.) JET THRUST (lbs.)

RATING ESHP SHP Sea Level Static ICAO Standard Atmosphere Conditions Take-off 2522 2400 (1) 0.468 305 Normal Take-off (2) 2272 2160 (3) 0.482 279 Max. Continuous 2345 2230 (4) 0.483 277 Max. Climb 2197 2088 (5) 0.487 272 Max. Cruise 2136 2030 (6) 0.492 266 (1) Available to 34.4C (94F) at 1200 NP. (2) Normal takeoff power is the maximum power to be set during routine takeoffs. The control system automatically increases power up to 10% on receipt of a signal indicating a power loss on the opposite engine. (3) Available to 34.4C (94F) at 1200 NP. (4) Available to 45.0C (113F) at 1200 NP. (5) Available to 28.3C (83F) at 1200 NP. (6) Available to 22.2C (72F) at 1200 NP. Type of Combustion Chamber Annular, Reverse Flow Propeller Shaft Rotation (viewed from rear of engine) Clockwise Propeller Shaft Coupling Flanged Engine Height (approx.) 33 inches (838.2 mm) Engine Width (approx.) 26 inches (660.4 mm) Engine Length (approx.) 84 inches (2134 mm) Dry Weight (excluding additional equipment) 1060 lbs. (480.8 kg) Reduction Gearbox Ratio 16.68:1 Usable Oil 2.164 US Gal. (8.192 liters) Oil System Capacity 38.3 lbs. (17.39 kg) Drainable Oil (excluding oil lines) 27.3 lbs. (12.34 kg) Direction of Rotation (Accessory Drives), Facing Pad, and Speed: AC Generator CW/8438 rpm Overspeed Governor and Oil Pump CCW/5400 rpm Propeller Control Unit CW/1200 rpm Starter motor CW/12241 rpm Fuel Pump /MFCU CW/4365 rpm Acceptable drive seal leakage rate: -Fuel Pump Drain 7 cc/hr -Starter Driveshaft 3 cc/hr -Propeller Shaft Seal 5 cc/hr -All Unspecied Seals 3 cc/hr/seal

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TABLE 6, Engine Specications and Leading Particulars - PW127 (BS774) Engines SHAFT POWER PERFORMANCE SPECIFIC FUEL CONSUMPTION (lb./eshp/hr.) JET THRUST (lbs.)

RATING ESHP SHP Sea Level Static ICAO Standard Atmosphere Conditions Take-off 2880 2750 (1) 0.459 325 Normal Take-off (2) 2593 2475 (1) 0.470 297 Max. Continuous 2619 2500 (3) 0.469 299 Max. Climb 2299 2192 (4) 0.486 268 Max. Cruise 2237 2132 (5) 0.491 262 (1) Available at 31.6C (88.9F) at 1200 NP. (2) Normal take-off power is the maximum power to be set during routine take-offs. The control system automatically increases power up to 10% on receipt of a signal indicating a power loss on the opposite engine. (3) Available to 41.4C (106.5F) at 1200 NP. (4) Available to 28.4C (83.1F) at 1200 NP. (5) Available to 22.8C (73.1F) at 1200 NP. Type of Combustion Chamber Annular, Reverse Flow Propeller Shaft Rotation (viewed from rear of engine) Clockwise Propeller Shaft Coupling Flanged Engine Height (approx.) 33 inches (838.2 mm) Engine Width (approx.) 26 inches (660.4 mm) Engine Length (approx.) 84 inches (2134 mm) Dry Weight (excluding additional equipment) 1060 lbs. (480.8 kg) Reduction Gearbox Ratio 16.68:1 Usable Oil 2.164 US Gal. (8.192 liters) Oil System Capacity 38.3 lbs. (17.39 kg) Drainable Oil (excluding oil lines) 27.3 lbs. (12.34 kg) Direction of Rotation (Accessory Drives), Facing Pad, and Speed: AC Generator CW/8438 rpm Overspeed Governor and Oil Pump CCW/5440 rpm Propeller Control Unit CW/1200 rpm Starter motor CW/12241 rpm Fuel Pump/MFCU CW/4365 rpm Acceptable drive seal leakage rates: -Fuel Pump Drain 7 cc/hr -Starter Driveshaft 3 cc/hr -Propeller Shaft Seal 5 cc/hr -All Unspecied Seals 3 cc/hr/seal

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TABLE 7, Engine Specications and Leading Particulars - PW127E (BS850/BS1034) Engines SHAFT POWER PERFORMANCE SPECIFIC FUEL CONSUMPTION (lb./eshp/hr.) JET THRUST (lbs.)

RATING ESHP SHP Sea Level Static ICAO Standard Atmosphere Conditions Take-off 2516 2400 (1) 0.474 289 Normal Take-off (2) 2266 2160 (1) 0.489 265 Max. Continuous 2516 2400 (1) 0.474 289 Max. Climb 2266 2160 (3) 0.489 268 Max. Cruise 2237 2132 (4) 0.491 262 (1) Available to 45.0C (113.0F) at 1212 NP. (2) Normal take-off power is the maximum power to be set during routine take-offs. The control system automatically increases power up to 10% on receipt of a signal indicating a power loss on the opposite engine. (3) Available to 25.0C (77.0F) at 1212 NP. (4) Available to 25.5C (87.9F) at 1212 NP. Type of Combustion Chamber Annular, Reverse Flow Propeller Shaft Rotation (viewed from rear of engine) Clockwise Propeller Shaft Coupling Flanged Engine Height (approx.) 33 inches (838.2 mm) Engine Width (approx.) 26 inches (660.4 mm) Engine Length (approx.) 84 inches (2134 mm) Dry Weight (excluding additional equipment) 1060 lbs. (480.8 kg) Reduction Gearbox Ratio 16.68:1 Usable Oil 2.164 US Gal. (8.192 liters) Oil System Capacity 38.3 lbs. (17.39 kg) Drainable Oil (excluding oil lines) 27.3 lbs. (12.34 kg) Direction of Rotation (Accessory Drives), Facing Pad, and Speed: AC Generator CW/8483 rpm Overspeed Governor and Oil Pump CCW/5440 rpm Propeller Control Unit CW/1200 rpm Starter motor CW/12241 rpm Fuel Pump /MFCU CW/4365 rpm Acceptable drive seal leakage rates: -Fuel Pump Drain 7 cc/hr -Starter Driveshaft 3 cc/hr -Propeller Shaft Seal 5 cc/hr -All Unspecied Seals 3 cc/hr/seal

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TABLE 8, Engine Specications and Leading Particulars - PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) Engines SHAFT POWER PERFORMANCE at 1200 RPM SPECIFIC FUEL CONSUMPTION (lb./eshp/hr.) JET THRUST (lbs.)

ESHP SHP RATING Sea Level Static ICAO Standard Atmosphere Conditions Take-off 2880 2750 (1) 0.459 325 Normal Take-off (2) 2593 2475 (1) 0.470 297 Max. Continuous 2619 2500 (3) 0.469 299 Max. Climb 2299 2192 (4) 0.486 268 Max. Cruise 2237 2132 (5) 0.491 262 (1) Available to 34.9C (94.8F). (2) Normal take-off power is the maximum power to be set during routine take-offs. The control system automatically increases power up to 10% on receipt of a signal indicating a power loss on the opposite engine. (3) Available to 44.4C (111.9F). (4) Available to 26.6C (79.8F). (5) Available to 22.6C (72.6F). Type of Combustion Chamber Annular, Reverse Flow Propeller Shaft Rotation (viewed from rear of engine) Clockwise Propeller Shaft Coupling Flanged Engine Height (approx.) 33 inches (838.2 mm) Engine Width (approx.) 26 inches (660.4 mm) Engine Length (approx.) 84 inches (2134 mm) Dry Weight (excluding additional equipment) 1060 lbs. (480.8 kg) Reduction Gearbox Ratio 16.68:1 Usable Oil 2.164 US Gal. (8.192 liters) Oil System Capacity 38.3 lbs. (17.39 kg) Drainable Oil (excluding oil lines) 27.3 lbs. (12.34 kg) Direction of Rotation (Accessory Drives), Facing Pad, and Speed: AC Generator CW/8438 rpm Overspeed Governor and Oil Pump CCW/5440 rpm Propeller Control Unit CW/1200 rpm Starter motor CW/12241 rpm Fuel Pump /MFCU CW/4365 rpm Acceptable drive seal leakage rates: -Fuel Pump Drain 7 cc/hr -Starter Driveshaft 3 cc/hr -Propeller Shaft Seal 5 cc/hr -All Unspecied Seals 3 cc/hr/seal

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TORQUE % 170.0 165.0 160.0 155.0 150.0 145.0 140.0 135.0 130.0 124.5 120.0

D C

B
110.0 106.3 100.0 20 60

D A D
240 300 600

120 180 TIME (SEC.)

AREA AREA

A: B: C: D:

1. ALLOWABLE TIMELIMITED TORQUE TRANSIENTS. (SEE NOTE 2) 2. NO UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED. 1. INVESTIGATE AND CORRECT CAUSE OF OVERTORQUE. 2. CARRY OUT MAINTENANCE ACTIONS SPECIFIED IN CHAPTER 55000. 1. INVESTIGATE AND CORRECT CAUSE OF OVERTORQUE. 2. CARRY OUT MAINTENANCE ACTIONS SPECIFIED IN CHAPTER 55000. 1. INVESTIGATE AND CORRECT CAUSE OF OVERTORQUE. 2. REMOVE ENGINE AND RETURN TO AN OVERHAUL FACILITY FOR INSPECTION. MAGNITUDE AND DURATION OF ALL OVERTORQUES IN AREAS A, B, C AND D MUST BE RECORDED IN TURBOMACHINERY/ REDUCTION GEARBOX LOG BOOKS, EXCEPT WHERE NOTE 2 APPLIES. OPERATION UP TO 102.3% TORQUE IS TIME UNLIMITED WHEN NP IS BELOW 86%. SERVICE EXPERIENCE HAS SHOWN OVERTORQUES IN AREA C DO NOT AFFECT AIRWORTHINESS. HOWEVER, THE ACCELERATED WEAR INVOLVED MAY NOT BE COVERED BY WARRANTY. 100% TORQUE = 10504 LB.FT.

AREA

AREA

NOTE 1:

NOTE 2: NOTE 3:

NOTE 4:

C31952H PW124B (BS724/BS726/BS896) Engine Overtorque Limits Figure 1


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TORQUE % 150.0 140.0 130.0

D C

120.0

B
106.3 100.0 20 60 120

A
240 180 TIME (SEC.) 300

B
600

AREA A:

1. ALLOWABLE TIMELIMITED TORQUE. (SEE NOTE 2) 2. NO UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED. 3. AREA A IS NOMINALLY LIMITED TO 5 MINUTES DURATION BUT MAY BE USED UP TO 10 MINUTES FOR ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE OPERATION. 1. INVESTIGATE AND CORRECT CAUSE OF OVERTORQUE. 2. CARRY OUT MAINTENANCE ACTIONS SPECIFIED IN CHAPTER 55000. 1. INVESTIGATE AND CORRECT CAUSE OF OVERTORQUE. 2. CARRY OUT MAINTENANCE ACTIONS SPECIFIED IN CHAPTER 55000. 1. INVESTIGATE AND CORRECT CAUSE OF OVERTORQUE. 2. REMOVE REDUCTION GEARBOX (RGB) MODULE AND INSPECT/REPAIR IN ACCORDANCE WITH OVERHAUL MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS. MAGNITUDE AND DURATION OF ALL OVERTORQUES IN AREAS A, B, C AND D MUST BE RECORDED IN TURBOMACHINERY/ REDUCTION GEARBOX LOG BOOKS, EXCEPT WHERE NOTE 2 APPLIES. OPERATION UP TO 106.3% TORQUE IS TIME UNLIMITED WHEN NP IS BELOW 94% SERVICE EXPERIENCE HAS SHOWN OVERTORQUES IN AREA C DO NOT AFFECT AIRWORTHINESS. HOWEVER, THE ACCELERATED WEAR INVOLVED MAY NOT BE COVERED BY WARRANTY. 100% TORQUE = 12036 LB.FT. PW127E TORQUE LIMIT IS APPLICABLE WHEN PW127M OPERATES AS PW127E.

AREA B:

AREA C:

AREA D:

NOTE 1:

NOTE 2: NOTE 3:

NOTE 4: NOTE 5:

C29698A PW127 (BS774), PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) Engine Overtorque Limits Figure 2
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TORQUE % 172.0 D C 137.0 B 122.0 A 100.0 B D

20

60

120

180 240 TIME (SEC.)

300

600

AREA A:

1. ALLOWABLE TIMELIMITED TORQUE. (SEE NOTE 2) 2. NO UNSCHEDULED MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED. 3. AREA A IS NOMINALLY LIMITED TO 5 MINUTES DURATION BUT MAY BE USED UP TO 10 MINUTES FOR ONE ENGINE INOPERATIVE OPERATION. 1. INVESTIGATE AND CORRECT CAUSE OF OVERTORQUE. 2. CARRY OUT MAINTENANCE ACTIONS SPECIFIED IN CHAPTER 55000. 1. INVESTIGATE AND CORRECT CAUSE OF OVERTORQUE. 2. CARRY OUT MAINTENANCE ACTIONS SPECIFIED IN CHAPTER 55000. 1. INVESTIGATE AND CORRECT CAUSE OF OVERTORQUE. 2. REMOVE REDUCTION GEARBOX (RGB) MODULE AND INSPECT/REPAIR IN ACCORDANCE WITH OVERHAUL MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS. MAGNITUDE AND DURATION OF ALL OVERTORQUES IN AREAS A, B, C AND D MUST BE RECORDED IN TURBOMACHINERY/ REDUCTION GEARBOX LOG BOOKS, EXCEPT WHERE NOTE 2 APPLIES. OPERATION UP TO 117.0% TORQUE IS TIME UNLIMITED WHEN NP IS BELOW 90% SERVICE EXPERIENCE HAS SHOWN OVERTORQUES IN AREA C DO NOT AFFECT AIRWORTHINESS. HOWEVER, THE ACCELERATED WEAR INVOLVED MAY NOT BE COVERED BY WARRANTY. 100% TORQUE = 10504 LB.FT. THE TORQUE LIMITS APPLICABLE TO THE PW127E APPLIES WHEN OPERATING AS A DERATED PW127F.

AREA B:

AREA C:

AREA D:

NOTE 1:

NOTE 2: NOTE 3:

NOTE 4: NOTE 5:

C23241B PW127E (BS850/BS1034) Engine Overtorque Limits Figure 3


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AREA

1000 AREA

(1) NO ACTION REQUIRED IF CONDITION OCCURS DURING START (SEE NOTE 1). (2) IF CONDITION DID NOT OCCUR DURING START, DETERMINE AND CORRECT CAUSE OF OVERTEMPERATURE. RECORD IN ENGINE LOG BOOK. (1) NO ACTION REQUIRED IF CONDITION OCCURS DURING TRANSIENT (SEE NOTE 2). (2) IF CONDITION OCCURS DURING STEADY STATE, DETERMINE AND CORRECT CAUSE OF OVERTEMPERATURE. RECORD IN ENGINE LOG BOOK.

950

OBSERVED INTERTURBINE TEMPERATURE T6 ( o C)

900

NOTE 1: TROUBLE SHOOTING IS RECOMMENDED (REF. ENGINE FAULT ISOLATION) WHEN TEMPERATURE IS CONSISTENTLY RE PL IN AREA A. AC E NOTE 2: TRANSIENT IS DEFINED AS CHANGE TU RB IN TEMPERATURE CAUSED BY OM AC MOVEMENT OF THE POWER OR HI NE CONDITION LEVER OR AN RY ALTITUDE CHANGE.

850 840

800

NO ACTION REQUIRED 750 0 5 10 TIME SECONDS 15 20

C32698A PW124B (BS724/BS726/BS896), PW127 (BS774), PW127E (BS850/BS1034), PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) Engine Overtemperature Limits (Starting and Transient) Figure 4
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Np OVERSPEED

D
110

B
102.5 101

A
20 DURATION (SEC.) AREA A: AREA B: ALLOWABLE OVERSPEED. NO MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED. OVERSPEED DUE TO PROPELLER MALFUNCTION. PERMISSIBLE TO COMPLETE FLIGHT. POWER MUST BE SENT NOT TO EXCEED TAKEOFF OR NORMAL TAKEOFF OR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS OR MAXIMUM CLIMB OR MAXIMUM CRUISE RATING AS APPLICABLE. NO MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED. OVERSPEED DUE TO PROPELLER MALFUNCTION. PERMISSIBLE TO COMPLETE FLIGHT. POWER MUST BE SENT NOT TO EXCEED TAKEOFF OR NORMAL TAKEOFF OR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS OR MAXIMUM CLIMB OR MAXIMUM CRUISE RATING AS APPLICABLE. MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED (REF. 055000). ENGINE MUST BE REMOVED AND INSPECTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH OVERHAUL MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS. OVERSPEED FOR 20 SECONDS MAXIMUM. MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED (REF. 055000). ENGINE MUST BE REMOVED AND INSPECTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH OVERHAUL MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR LIGHT OVERHAUL.

AREA C:

AREA D:

C133880 PW124B (BS724/BS726/BS896). Engine Overspeed Limits Figure 5


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Np OVERSPEED

SHUT ENGINE DOWN

A
108 106

REMOVE ENGINE

C B

101 0 5 20 DURATION (SEC.)

AREA A: AREA B:

ALLOWABLE OVERSPEED. NO MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED. OVERSPEED DUE TO PROPELLER MALFUNCTION. PERMISSIBLE TO COMPLETE FLIGHT. POWER MUST BE SENT NOT TO EXCEED TAKEOFF OR NORMAL TAKEOFF OR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS OR MAXIMUM CLIMB OR MAXIMUM CRUISE RATING AS APPLICABLE. NO ENGINE MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED. OVERSPEED FOR 20 SECONDS MAXIMUM. MAXIMUM ITT OF 781 C (1438 F) MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED (REF. 055000). ENGINE MUST BE REMOVED AND INSPECTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH OVERHAUL MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR LIGHT OVERHAUL.

AREA C:

C133881 PW127 (BS774), PW127E (BS850/BS1034) Engine Overspeed Limits Figure 6


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Np OVERSPEED

SHUT ENGINE DOWN

A
108 106

REMOVE ENGINE

C B

101 0 5 20 DURATION (SEC.)

AREA A: AREA B:

ALLOWABLE OVERSPEED. NO MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED. OVERSPEED DUE TO PROPELLER MALFUNCTION. PERMISSIBLE TO COMPLETE FLIGHT. POWER MUST BE SENT NOT TO EXCEED TAKEOFF OR NORMAL TAKEOFF OR MAXIMUM CONTINUOUS OR MAXIMUM CLIMB OR MAXIMUM CRUISE RATING AS APPLICABLE. NO ENGINE MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED. OVERSPEED FOR 20 SECONDS MAXIMUM. MAXIMUM ITT OF 769 C (1416 F) MAINTENANCE ACTION REQUIRED (REF. 055000). ENGINE MUST BE REMOVED AND INSPECTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH OVERHAUL MANUAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR LIGHT OVERHAUL.

AREA C:

C133882 PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237) Engine Overspeed Limits Figure 7
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780 OBSERVED INTERTURBINE TEMPERATURE T6 ( C)

(SEE NOTE) 760

740

720

50

30

10 OAT (C)

10

30

NOTE: IF LIMIT IS EXCEEDED DURING NORMAL TAKEOFF (0.9 RTO), REFER TO CHAPTER 055000, UNSCHEDULED INSPECTIONS, OVERTEMPERATURE, FOR THE CORRECT MAINTENANCE ACTIONS. RECORD IN ENGINE LOGBOOK.

C32962A Normal Takeoff - ITT/T6 vs OAT (PW127 (BS774), PW127E (BS850/BS1034), PW127F (BS918/BS1033) and PW127M (BS1237)) Figure 8
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