stalling angle of attack

stalling angle of attack

[′stȯl·iŋ ′aŋ·gəl əv ə′tak]
(aerospace engineering)
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This is especially true without engine power or sufficient airspeed above the wing's stalling angle of attack to enable the steep turn.
The transducer, however, moves in a graduated manner and is able to calculate precisely how close the wing is to its "stagnation point" or stalling angle of attack, unaffected by aircraft weight, wing loading, gear configuration, air density or slip/skid.