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Following a wing drop during a stall, how can a spin be prevented?
What is the root cause of a wing stall?
How do lift and drag change once a stall condition exists?
If the angle of attack increases, at which part of the wing will the stall begin?
The critical angle of attack:
What leads to a decreased indicated stall speed Vs (IAS)?
In light training aircraft, the stall warning is usually activated by a change of:
Where on a conventional low speed aerofoil, will flow separation normally start as the angle of attack is increased?
If the basic stalling speed of an aeroplane is 90 knots, the stalling speed in a level turn at 60° angle of bank will be:
The co-efficient of lift attains its maximum value at:
When referred to the original chord line of the clean aerofoil, trailing edge flaps, when extended, will give:
The stalling indicated airspeed of an aeroplane reduces when both the:
In a given configuration, an aeroplane wing stalls at:
Which combination will always increase stall speed?
A flight manual states the stalling IAS for straight and level flight, with power off and at maximum allowable take of weight. If the aeroplane is flown 5000ft higher, the stalling IAS for the stated conditions will be: