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11th Feb 2015, 14:26
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Ad som drag?

Vilters /RetiredF4 and others.

My exsperience with stalls is from gliders. There you could absolutely stall the plane - and induce a wing (and nose) drop by applying some rudder. It would get the...
Forum: Tech Log
6th Jun 2011, 17:00
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Posted By Ask21

X-plane stall recovery

My problem was after the stall the ACFT reached a stable position with 20-30 degrees AoA what i not could not terminate. After many crashes I decided to fly the stall what mean not try to recover...
Forum: Tech Log
30th May 2011, 22:51
Replies: 3,435
Views: 1,314,123
Posted By Ask21

Undiagnosed emergenzy check-list?

I just wonder if there exist such a thing as a "stall checklist" or even a "general catastrophic -check-list" that is designed to reveal - to the perhaps bewildered crew the true state of the flight....
Forum: Tech Log
30th May 2011, 10:34
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Posted By Ask21

Catastrophic sim training

Catastrophic situation: Not only some "system error" or circumstance - but also the potential consequence when it's not optimally handled. (Spin - stall - steep dive +70 degree - 80 - 90 degree...
Forum: Tech Log
30th May 2011, 00:05
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Posted By Ask21

Sim-aces

In another life as a checker, after completing the sim check of a super ace to a very high standards we used the remaining time to conduct some extra excercises on really unusual attitudes with...
Forum: Tech Log
29th May 2011, 11:43
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Posted By Ask21

Severe stall recovery

OK- I'm not a professional pilot - but I did my first stall/spin recovery from 3000 feet at age 14 in an sailplane training and solo flying( a long time ago) - so thats my background.

One of the...
Forum: Tech Log
28th May 2011, 22:57
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Posted By Ask21

Stall Recovery Parachute

I understand if that a stall is not dealt with properly immediately - or incorrectly - it may develop into a unrecoverable stall.

At what stall-angle (angle of atack) will the elevator be...
Forum: Tech Log
28th May 2011, 01:37
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Posted By Ask21

Ribbon

That ribbon outside cocpit window would do the job better than any digital instrument to indicate direction of air compared to the plane.

Also:

What would be the difference, if any...
Forum: Tech Log
27th May 2011, 23:34
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Posted By Ask21

Deep stall recovery

So it seems this plane was into a deep stall with nose up 16 degrees. Angle of attack 40 degrees. Vertical speed 110 knots. Horisontal speed low(60knots) Seems to me that the only option to get the...
Forum: Tech Log
2nd Sep 2010, 09:23
Replies: 154
Views: 26,792
Posted By Ask21

Stall or Spin recovery?

FAA trained or not, it is a fact that using rudder to lift a wing is commonly taught in flying schools in Australia. Judging also by the questions that appear in the PPRuNe Instructor Forum, it...
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