AOPA Stall/Spin Study -- Stowell's Review (8,000 words)
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September 1st 03, 06:31 PM
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(Rich Stowell) writes:
For example, if I pull 3.8 G's while at Maneuvering speed, Va, the
airlane will stall (Va = 1.95Vso). If I am in wings-level flight (1
G), then the stall speed is Vso. An infinite number of G and speed
combinations exists in between Va and Vso that will result in a stall,
even 1.3Vso is a stall speed at the appropriate G-load (G can also be
interpreted as bank angle).
Don't forget to add in the case of pulling out of a dive.
All the best,