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Old December 7th 08, 02:04 AM posted to rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.rotorcraft,rec.aviation.simulators,rec.aviation.soaring,rec.aviation.student
w3n-a
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http://w3n-a.blogspot.com/2008/12/secondary-stall.html

This stall is called a secondary stall since it may occur after a
recovery from a preceding stall. It is caused by attempting to hasten
the completion of a stall recovery before the airplane has regained
sufficient flying speed. When this stall occurs, the back-elevator
pressure should again be released just as in a normal stall recovery.
When sufficient airspeed has been regained, the airplane can then be
returned to straight-and-level flight.

This stall usually occurs when the pilot uses abrupt control input to
return to straight-and-level flight after a stall or spin recovery. It
also occurs when the pilot fails to reduce the angle of attack
sufficiently during stall recovery by not lowering pitch attitude
sufficiently, or by attempting to break the stall by using power
only.

http://w3n-a.blogspot.com/2008/12/secondary-stall.html
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Old December 7th 08, 03:40 AM posted to rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.rotorcraft,rec.aviation.simulators,rec.aviation.soaring,rec.aviation.student
brianDG303
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Default Secondary Stall

Can we block this idiot?
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Old December 7th 08, 05:59 AM posted to rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.rotorcraft,rec.aviation.simulators,rec.aviation.soaring,rec.aviation.student
Tuno
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Default Secondary Stall

Can we block this idiot?

I reported it (to Google Groups) as spam.
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Old December 7th 08, 06:33 AM posted to rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.rotorcraft,rec.aviation.simulators,rec.aviation.soaring,rec.aviation.student
Steve Hix
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Default Secondary Stall

In article
,
w3n-a wrote:

[snip]


Into the killfile for you.
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Old December 7th 08, 01:58 PM posted to rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.rotorcraft,rec.aviation.simulators,rec.aviation.soaring,rec.aviation.student
Dudley Henriques[_2_]
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On Dec 6, 9:04*pm, w3n-a wrote:
http://w3n-a.blogspot.com/2008/12/secondary-stall.html

This stall is called a secondary stall since it may occur after a
recovery from a preceding stall. It is caused by attempting to hasten
the completion of a stall recovery before the airplane has regained
sufficient flying speed. *When this stall occurs, the back-elevator
pressure should again be released just as in a normal stall recovery.
When sufficient airspeed has been regained, the airplane can then be
returned to straight-and-level flight.

This stall usually occurs when the pilot uses abrupt control input to
return to straight-and-level flight after a stall or spin recovery. It
also occurs when the pilot fails to reduce the angle of attack
sufficiently during stall recovery by not lowering pitch attitude
sufficiently, or by attempting to break the stall by using power
only.

http://w3n-a.blogspot.com/2008/12/secondary-stall.html


Usenet's amazing!!! :-)))

WHAT a marketing strategy!!!! The only good thing I can think of about
this is that it might have been placed here by this guy's
competition :-))))))))))))))))))))))))))))

Dudley Henriques

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Old December 8th 08, 02:52 AM posted to rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.rotorcraft,rec.aviation.simulators,rec.aviation.soaring,rec.aviation.student
Peter[_4_]
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Default Secondary Stall

ok, let's give the benefit....................so, what is the
point???????????
"w3n-a" wrote in message
...
http://w3n-a.blogspot.com/2008/12/secondary-stall.html

This stall is called a secondary stall since it may occur after a
recovery from a preceding stall. It is caused by attempting to hasten
the completion of a stall recovery before the airplane has regained
sufficient flying speed. When this stall occurs, the back-elevator
pressure should again be released just as in a normal stall recovery.
When sufficient airspeed has been regained, the airplane can then be
returned to straight-and-level flight.

This stall usually occurs when the pilot uses abrupt control input to
return to straight-and-level flight after a stall or spin recovery. It
also occurs when the pilot fails to reduce the angle of attack
sufficiently during stall recovery by not lowering pitch attitude
sufficiently, or by attempting to break the stall by using power
only.

http://w3n-a.blogspot.com/2008/12/secondary-stall.html



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Old December 8th 08, 02:56 AM posted to rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.rotorcraft,rec.aviation.simulators,rec.aviation.soaring,rec.aviation.student
Steve R.[_2_]
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Default Secondary Stall

On a fixed wing forum, the info is makes sense and it good to know. On a
rotory wing forum, it's totally irrelevant.


"Peter" wrote in message
...
ok, let's give the benefit....................so, what is the
point???????????
"w3n-a" wrote in message
...
http://w3n-a.blogspot.com/2008/12/secondary-stall.html

This stall is called a secondary stall since it may occur after a
recovery from a preceding stall. It is caused by attempting to hasten
the completion of a stall recovery before the airplane has regained
sufficient flying speed. When this stall occurs, the back-elevator
pressure should again be released just as in a normal stall recovery.
When sufficient airspeed has been regained, the airplane can then be
returned to straight-and-level flight.

This stall usually occurs when the pilot uses abrupt control input to
return to straight-and-level flight after a stall or spin recovery. It
also occurs when the pilot fails to reduce the angle of attack
sufficiently during stall recovery by not lowering pitch attitude
sufficiently, or by attempting to break the stall by using power
only.

http://w3n-a.blogspot.com/2008/12/secondary-stall.html





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Old December 8th 08, 04:09 AM posted to rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.rotorcraft,rec.aviation.simulators,rec.aviation.soaring,rec.aviation.student
309
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Default Secondary Stall

You guys have it all wrong: This is what sleepy tow pilots do!

Pete
#309 (and former tow pilot)
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Old December 8th 08, 02:57 PM posted to rec.aviation.restoration,rec.aviation.rotorcraft,rec.aviation.simulators,rec.aviation.soaring,rec.aviation.student
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Default Secondary Stall

On Dec 7, 10:09*pm, 309 wrote:
You guys have it all wrong: *This is what sleepy tow pilots do!

Pete
#309 (and former tow pilot)


This is an aircraft RESTORATION forum. No one here gives a rats's foot
for what sleepy tow pilots do!
 




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