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STUDENT

 

Demonstrate a Basic Stall HASELLchecks

Demonstrate a Basic Stall with recovery at the onset    Note:  Nose attitude and Vs

 

DEMONSTRATION

 

A stall with power, no flap  Note: Nose attitude and Vs

 

HELL checks              Height – sufficient height to recover by 2500ft

                                    Engine – T’s & P’s

                                    Location

                                    Lookout

 

Ref point – In front and out your side window, (DI), Ref Altitude

 

Entry

 

Carb heat ON

Decrease power to 1500rpm, keep straight with rudder on ref point

Maintain Ref Alt with elevator

Carb heat cold through 60 kts

 

Gently increasing the backpressure to maintain the ref altitude

Keeping straight on reference point with rudder

 

STALL

 

Stall recovery

Check forward

Full power, keep straight with rudder

Raise nose, climb

 

A stall with flap, no power, Note: Nose attitude and Vs

Note: A/c will reach stall sooner than without flap due to increased drag

 

HELL checks              Height – sufficient height to recover by 2500ft

                                    Engine – T’s & P’s

                                    Location

                                    Lookout

 

Ref point – In front and out your side window, (DI), Ref Altitude

 

Entry

 

Carb heat hot

Close throttle smoothly, keep straight with rudder on ref point

In white arc, apply 30° flap

Maintain Ref Alt with elevator

Carb heat cold through 60kts

 

Gently increasing the backpressure to maintain the ref altitude

Keeping straight on the reference point

 

Stall

 

Stall recovery

Check forward

Full power, keep straight with rudder

Raise nose, climb

Flap away in stages

 

INSTRUCTOR

 

A stall in the approach configuration – 1500rpm, 30° flap 

 

HELL checks              Height – sufficient height to recover by 2500ft

                                    Engine – T’s & P’s

                                    Location – over non populated area

                                    Lookout

 

Ref point – In front and out your side window           Ref Altitude

 

Entry

 

Carb heat hot

Decrease power to 1500rpm, keep straight with rudder on ref point

In white arc, apply 30° flap

Maintain Ref Alt with elevator

 

 

Mention symptoms of stall low & decreasing airspeed, less effective controls etc

 

Gently increasing that backpressure to maintain our ref altitude

Keeping our nose on that reference point

 

Stall

 

Check forward

Full power, keep straight with rudder

Raise nose, climb

Flap up in stages

 

FOLLOW THROUGH – HELL check

 

STUDENT – HELL check

 

DEMOSTRATION

Ok so now you have learnt what a stall looks like with the aircraft in the approach configuration, like when you did the basic stalls lesson, we will practice recovering at the onset, to prevent the actual stall from occurring.

 

Student to set up for another stall, this time recovering at the stall warning (eg)

Note: recovery check forward full power at the same time.