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Nitrogen bottles for emergency brake and emergency gear extension are on the:

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The systems that use pneumatics for operation are:

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High-temperature engine bleed air is extracted from the high-pressure compressor section of each engine and routed through two separate ports.

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Landing Gear Emergency Extension - A high-pressure nitrogen bottle is attached to the right bulkhead inside the tail compartment.

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The high-pressure nitrogen bottle is attached to the right forward bulkhead inside the nose baggage compartment.

Separate bottles of pressurized nitrogen supply emergency pneumatic power for:

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The left and right PRSOVs:

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Flow control valves adjust flow to compensate for single-engine operation.

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An outboard bleed air port from each engine supplies bleed air for ice protection. It supplies hot engine bleed air:

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Directly to the respective engine anti-ice system and through a service air regulator to the aircraft pneumatic deice boot system

Bleed air for each engine anti-ice system is routed to the leading edge of the engine inlet through a valve.

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The hot bleed air warms the leading edge as it passes through, then exits overboard through an opening in the bottom of the engine nacelle.

Citation Mustang – Pneumatics