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Slow-Speed Flight, Stall and Spin, and AOA System
T-45A/C TS, E2-C2, ADV & IUT Aero-03
Sg 2, fr 45
Figure 10: SPIN CHARACTERISTICS
Upright Spins
(7 overlays)
2.
Upright spin*
a.
Entry example:
(1) Smoothly raise the nose to a wings-level,
noseup attitude
(2) Reduce power to IDLE and, as the aircraft
Overlay 1
slows, program in full left rudder and full aft
stick
(3) Hold the control inputs through the post-
stall gyration phase until the aircraft has
Overlays 4-5
developed a significant yaw rate
b.
Result:
(1) Classically, an aircraft will initially enter
some short post-stall gyrations, to be
immediately followed by a nearly wings-
Sg 2, fr 48
Upright Spin
level, slightly nosedown, steady-state
rotation about the center of gravity
(2) To date, the T-45 has demonstrated no
tendency to spin in an upright mode with
symmetrical loading
(9-99) Original
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