Piper PA34 Seminole Info for CAE

Max Ramp Mass

4773 lbs

Max Take Off Mass

4750 lbs

Max Landing Mass

4513 lbs

Max Zero Fuel Mass

4479 lbs

Max Forward Baggage

100 lbs

Max Aft Baggage

100 lbs

VNE

204 KTS

VNO

164 KTS

ECONOMY CRUISE SPEED

140 KTS

VFE 10°

140 KTS

VFE 25°

120 KTS

VFE 40°

113 KTS

VA at 4,750 lbs

135 KTS

VA at 3,740 lbs

122 KTS

VLO EXTEND

128 KTS

VLE

128 KTS

VLO RETRACT

107 KTS

TWO ENGINE CLIMB SPEED

110 KTS

Vy

88 KTS

Vyse

88 KTS

Vx

83 KTS

Vr

81 KTS

Vmca

66 KTS

Vso (services out)

61 KTS

Vs1 (services in)

67 KTS

HOLDING/CIRCUIT

115 KTS

Engine Manufacturer

Continental Motors, Inc

Engine Model Number

Left: TSIO-360RBRight: LTSIO-360RB

Rated Horsepower

Max Continuous

Rated Speed (RPM)

2,600

Bore (Inches)

4.438

Stroke (Inches)

3.875

Displacement (Cubic Inches)

360

Compression Ratio

7.5:1

Engine Type

Six cylinder, direct drive, horizontally opposed, air cooled

Oil Temp Green Arc (Normal Operating Range) in °F

100°F - 240°F

Oil Pressure Ranges in PSI

Red Line (min) 10 PSIYellow Arc (caution) 10 - 30 PSIGreen Arc (normal) 30 - 80 PSIYellow Arc (caution). 80 - 100 PSIRed Line (max) 100 PSI

Engine RPM Green Arc (normal operation)

600 - 2600 RPM

MAP Green Arc

10 - 38 InHG (Inches of Mercury)Red Line 38 InHG

CHT Green Arc

240°F - 460°FRed Line at 460°F

The Seneca V is cleared for flight in what type of icing conditions?

Actual light icing at all altitudes. Actual moderate icing below 10,000ft.

TIT (Turbine Inlet Temp) Green Arc

1200°F - 1650°FRed Line at 1650°F

For the Seneca V to fly in to icing conditions the following equipment must be functioning properly:

- Surface pneumatic boots- Propeller electrothermal boots- Windscreen heat panel- Pitot heat- Stall warning heaters- All equipment for IFR night flight

Positive Load Factor With Flaps 0°

+3.8G

Positive Load Factor With Flaps 40°

+2.0G

Negative Load Factor

-1.52G (inverted manoeuvres prohibited)

VAT

82 KTS

Max Demonstrated Crosswind

17 KTS

Fuel System Capacity

128 USG64 USG per side61 USG Usable per side (3 USG unusable per side)

Average Fuel Consumption

22 USG per hour (Economy Cruise Speed)

Oil System Capacity

8 Quartz per engine

Max Alternator Load

85 Amps

Max Starter Operating Time

10 seconds

Max Windscreen Heat Operating Time (Ground)

30 seconds

Airspeed Green Arc

67 - 164 KTS

Airspeed Yellow Arc (caution range - smooth air only)

164 - 204 KTS

Airspeed White Arc (flaps extended range)

61 - 113 KTS

Airspeed Red Line (VNE)

204 KTS

Airspeed Red Line (Vmca)

66 KTS

Airspeed Blue Line (Vyse)

88 KTS

Vx Climb Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 83 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 38"RPM - MAXMIXTURE - RICHPITCH - +14°

Vy Climb Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 88 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 38"RPM - MAXMIXTURE - RICHPITCH - +13°

Vyse Climb Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 88 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 38"RPM - MAXMIXTURE - RICHPITCH - +5°

Normal Climb Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 110 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 32"RPM - 2500MIXTURE - RICHPITCH - +7°

Cruise Climb Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 115 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 28"RPM - 2200MIXTURE - LEANPITCH - +4°

Stall on Base Turn Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - VsoFLAP - 25°GEAR - DOWNMAP - 15"RPM - MAXMIXTURE - RICHPITCH - Increase to +10°

Stall on Final Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - VsoFLAP - 40°GEAR - DOWNMAP - 15"RPM - MAXMIXTURE - RICHPITCH - Increase to +13°

Visual Circuit Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 115 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 22"RPM - 2500MIXTURE - RICHPITCH - +2°

Asymmetric Cruise Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 110 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 32"RPM - MAXMIXTURE - RICHPITCH - +2°

Holding Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 115 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 22"RPM - 2200MIXTURE - LEANPITCH - +2°

Long Range Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 125 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 25"RPM - 2200MIXTURE - LEANPITCH - +1°

Economy Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 140 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 28"RPM - 2200MIXTURE - LEANPITCH - +0°

Normal Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 150 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 30"RPM - 2300MIXTURE - LEANPITCH - +0°

High Speed Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 155 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 30"RPM - 2500MIXTURE - LEANPITCH - +0°

Cruise Descent Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 140 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 18"RPM - 2200MIXTURE - LEANPITCH - -3°

Initial Approach Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 115 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 15"RPM - 2200MIXTURE - LEANPITCH - -2°

Asymmetric Initial Approach Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 115 KTSFLAP - 0°GEAR - UPMAP - 17"RPM - MAXMIXTURE - RICHPITCH - -2°

IFR Instrument Approach (VFR Base) Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 100 KTSFLAP - 25°GEAR - DOWNMAP - 18"RPM - MAXMIXTURE - RICHPITCH - -4°

Asymmetric IFR Instrument Approach Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 100 KTSFLAP - 10°GEAR - DOWNMAP - 20"RPM - MAXMIXTURE - RICHPITCH - -4°

Asymmetric Visual Final Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 90 KTSFLAP - 25°GEAR - DOWNMAP - 20"RPM - MAXMIXTURE - RICHPITCH - -4°

Visual Final Pitch/Power Settings

KIAS - 88 KTSFLAP - 40°GEAR - DOWNMAP - 20"RPM - MAXMIXTURE - RICHPITCH - -3°

Propeller Type

McCauley3 bladesConstant SpeedHydraulically ActivatedFull Feathering

Propeller Diameter (Max - Min)

Max: 76"Min: 75

Fuel Consumption of Combustion Heater located in Tail

0.5USG per hour from the right tank

Describe the Fuel Tanks

Three fuel tanks per engine. One filler per wing well outboard of nacelle. All are interconnected.Underneath each wing is a fuel vent with an anti-icing design to prevent freezing in the fuel lines

E-Volts Minimum

23.3V

Describe the electrical system

The Seneca V has a 24 volt electrical system consisting of a battery, an emergency battery and two engine driven alternators.

Alternator Output

28V, 85A per Alternator

Voltage Regulation?

A solid state voltage regulator on each alternator circuit maintain load sharing between the alternators and regulate bus voltage at 28 volts. The voltage regulators will remove an alternator from the circuit if its voltage exceeds 32 volts.

Circuit Protection?

The electrical system and its equipment are protected by circuit breakers mounted on the port side wall of the cockpit and lower left of the instrument panel.Equipment on the emergency bus is protected by individual fuses located in the emergency battery assembly.

Primary Battery?

24V, 19Ah Lead Acid. The battery is mounted under the floor of the aft baggage area.

Emergency Battery?

The emergency battery provides power to equipment on the EMERGENCY BUS following a complete electrical failure or when power from the primary battery is insufficient. The emergency battery is mounted under the floor of the aft baggage area and is sized to provide electrical power for 30 minutes.

What Will The Emergency Bus Power?

The EMERGENCY BUS powers the ADC, AHRS, avionics lights, audio panel, markers, COM1, the engine interface units, PFD1 and the EFD.

What happens if an alternator exceeds 32V?

The voltage regulator would remove the alternator from the system and display a CAS warning message on the MFD.

Landing Gear Operation?

Landing gear operated by electrically-powered, reversible hydraulic pump.On gear extension, the gear is pushed down hydraulically and with gravity; then uses air flow to lockinto position where it is held by springs until released hydraulically at a later time.

Power Checks: Max Prop RPM Drop Feather Check

300 RPM

Power Checks: Alt Air Drop

Approximately 25 RPM

Power Checks: Mags Max Drop & Difference

150 RPM Max drop50 RPM Max Difference between the two

Alternator Loads at T/O

≤85 Amps per side

Max Tailwind

5 KTS

Type of Ailerons

Frise Type

Describe the Airframe

Aluminium alloy airframe with steel engine mounts.Semi-monocoque fuselage structure.

The Inboard stall-warner activates at what Flap setting?

25° or 40°

The Outboard stall-warner activates at what Flap setting?

0° or 10° (Outboard Early)

The stall-warner is designed to activate how far above the stall speed?

5 - 10 KTS

If an engine fails below 66 knots (VMCA) what actions should you immediately take?

Close both throttles and pitch, if possible, for 88 knots