Section X. MINIMUM SINGLE-ENGINE CONTROL AIRSPEED
The Minimum Single-Engine Control Airspeed
a. Operating Engine - Operate with takeoff power
and 2200 RPM according to the Torque Available for
which will allow aircraft directional control during
single-engine operation for various air temperatures
and altitudes. Directional control of the aircraft
cannot be maintained for speeds below the rudder
limit line with the non-critical engine operating at
c. Flaps - UP.
d. Landing Gear - DN.
7-39. Use of Chart.
Flight at Vmc implies aircraft directional control
only and does not provide the pilot with single-
engine rate-of-climb information.