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13 Hoffmann 2 H 36 Dimona Limitations 3.13 Center of Gravity Limitations The Center of Gravity ranges are: Forward: 270 mm aft of leading edge, wing root rib Aft Up to 740kg: 385 mm aft of leading edge, wing root rib At 770kg 370 mm aft of leading edge, wing root rib Between 740 and 770 kg linear run between 370 and 385 mm For more detailed Center of Gravity information refer to section 6, Weight. and Balance/Equipment list. 2—7
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14 Hoffmann 2 H 36 DIMONA Limitations 2.14 Placards : Translation of original placards in German language: Gepack max 12 kg - Baggage max 12 kg Storklappen - Radbremse - Airbrake .. . Wheel brake Vollgas-Gas-Leerlauf - Full - throttle - idle Brandhahn - Fuel shut off valve auf ... zu - open - closed ein . .. aus - on ... off Luftung - Cabin Air Heizung - Cabin Heat Zundung - Ignition Kraftstoffpumpe - Fuel pump Hauptsicherung - Main fuse Kopflastig . .. Trimmung - Nose down ..trim Schwanzlastig - nose up Haubennotabwurf - Canopy emergency jettison Parkbremse .. - Parking brake Choke - Choke Text and position of placards in English language: see following pages. 2—8
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15 Hoffmann 2 H 36 DIMONA Limitations VH-ABC Registration Call Sign in Centre of Instrument Panel Canopy Jettison and Emergency Exit Purl both RED handles on Canopy frame AFT Push Canopy up and away Release safety harness Stand up and exit aircraft from left or right sides respectively When using a manual parachute Release, wait 2 seconds prior to pulling D—ring. On lower center console Airspeed Limits km/h kts mph Never Exceed VNE 275 149 170 Rough Air Vb 210 113 130 Maneuvering Va 176 95 109 max Gross Weight 770 kg 1698 lbs min Payload (in pilot seat) 70 kg 154.lbs max Payload (in any seat) 110 kg 245 lbs Baggage Maximum 12 kg 26.5 lbs max Payload see Flight manual page 43 Below Canopy Frame Left side Altitude in ft. 0 - 6500 Vne (KIAS) 149 10,000 140 13,000 133 16,500 126 20,000 119 Below Canopy Frame Left Side Labels on operating Handles Upper Centre Console Nose up Trim Nose down Next to operating Handle Parking brake — Pull Air Brake Lever then move parking brake lever aft Baggage Maximum 12 kg 26.5 lbs In Baggage compartment 2 - 9 Next to operating Handle
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18 Hoffmann 3 H 36 DIMONA Emergency Procedures Table of Contents Section 3 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Paragraph Page 3.1 Stalls, Power on ---------------------------- 10 3.2 Stalls, Power off ---------------------------- 19 3.3 Spin Recovery ---------------------------- 19 3.4 Engine failure during Take—Off ---------- 20 3.5 Engine failure in flight ------------------- 21 3.6 Emergency Landing ---------------------------- 21 3.7 Icing ---------------------------------------------- 21 3.8 Carburetor Icing ---------------------------- 21 3.9 Water Landings ---------------------------- 21 3.l0 Engine fire during flight ------------------- 22 3.11 Electrical fire during flight ------------------- 22 3.12 Canopy Jettison, Aircraft exiting during flight 22 3-1
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19 Hoffmann 3 H 36 DIMONA Emergency Procedures 3.1 Stalls, Power On : On coming stall warning can be recognized by buffeting on the aircraft and a loss of positive control in the stick and pedals. If permitted to continue, the aircraft will stall and roll over on the stalled wing. A spin may result. When buffeting is encountered relax back pressure on the stick, and if available, add power. Recovery from a clean stall will result in an altitude loss of about 40 meters (130 ft) 3.2
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