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When N2 exceeds 55% on engine start up, the starter should not be engaged. Before an engine (not just an aircraft engine) is engaged, the existing temperatures must be supportive of the expected operations of that particular engine. This is crucial in ensuring that the various engine parts and fluids are stable and in the right state for a drive or a flight. As a matter of fact, N2 should always be kept at or less than 55%.
The engines should be operated at idle for 2 minutes prior to shutdown so that the engine hot section can be thermally stabilized. This is a very important procedure that should not be ignored (Lankford, 2000). When the engine is shut down immediately following an operation, it is not allowed to “rest”; as a result of this there may be problems during startup. The engine might knock or just refuse to
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