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Slow-Speed Flight, Stall and Spin, and AOA System
T-45A/C TS, E2-C2, ADV & IUT Aero-03
II.
Stall and spin 1.7.1.4.1.1, 10.7.6.1, 10.7.6.2
Sg 2, fr 2
Lesson Organization
A. Stall defined: when an increase in AOA produces a
reduction in CL
SLOW-SPEED FLIGHT,
STALL AND SPIN,
AND AOA SYSTEM
B. T-45 stall characteristics
* Slow-speed flight
* Stall and spin
* Angle of attack
1.
Predictable, consistent
(AOA) system
a.
Nose-high 20-degree pitch
Sg 2, fr 3
Aerodynamics of a Stall
b.
Artificial stall warning
c.
Airframe buffet
d.
Wing drops 25-30 degrees AOB
Sg 2, fr 9
e.
Nose falls through
Fig 6: T-45 Stall
Characteristics
2.
Recovery neutral controls
Sg 2, fr 10
T-45 Stall (2 overlays)
ARTIFICIAL STALL
STALL BUFFET
STALL
WARNING
Overlay 1
CLEAN
21.5 Units / 10
25 Units / 1-2
26 Units / 0
Overlay 2
21.5 Units / 10
28 Units / 1
29-30 Units / 0
APPROACH
Note: All speeds are KIAS above stall speed.
Sg 2, fr 11
Fig 7: Stall Progression
Diagram
Figure 6: T-45 STALL CHARACTERISTICS
(9-99) Original
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