stalling speed


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Translations
vitesse de décrochage

stalling speed

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But how do you reduce the stalling speed of a wing without physically reshaping it with leading edge cuffs, slats, slots and/or trailing edge flaps?
The only time a published stalling speed is relevant is in the conditions listed, most of which involve level, unaccelerated flight.
"Consecutive downgrades of future economic prospects carry the risk of a world economy that reaches stalling speed and falls into widespread secular stagnation."
Otherwise, fly fast and do not close the throttle until the wheels are rolling on the ground (if you reduce power in the flare you may go from being above the power on stalling speed with ice to below the power off stalling speed with ice--a wing stall problem).
The Tony pilot was constantly trying to drop his speed to get on the tail of the P-38 (the Tony could fly very close to stalling speed).
Also noted during flight-testing, was increased safety margins with regard to stalling speed and minimum control speed," said Jim Christy, the company's vice president.
"By executing a steep turn just above stalling speed, he ultimately got back into a position on the tail of the Me 109."
The pi lot was trying to carry out a delicate landing manoeuvre at the time and the aircraft was close to stalling speed.
At one point, theA380 glided lowover the showground at little more than stalling speed before giving the mighty Rolls Royce engines full thrust and turning in a dramatic sharp right hand climb over the river.
According to the CTLS Pilot Operating Handbook, stalling speed at 600 kg (1320 lbs) with flaps extended 35 degrees is 39 KCAS.
Otherwise, fly fast and do not close the throttle until the wheels are rolling on the ground (if you reduce power in the flare you may go from being above the power-on stalling speed with ice to below the power-off stalling speed with ice--a wing stall problem).
In an SR22, that puts you only seven knots above stalling speed, whereas in a Columbia, it's 27 knots above stalling speed.