Old 14th Jun 2010, 12:43
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mad_jock
 
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let's not confuse folk here please! The use of rudder to lift a stalled wing is ESSENTIAL and correct and MUST be taught. Use of aileron on a fully stalled wing will merely increase the wing drop (basic aerodynamics?) and will probably cause a spin.
Current spam can training and also what I have been taught in turboprops is that rudder should be used to hold the current roll attitude. Then the wings rolled level again after the aircraft is unstalled, as per a stall in a turn. The rudder should be used to hold the wing from dropping further but its not to be used to lift it back to level.

I will standby to be corrected though.
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