Failure to take immediate steps toward recovery when an accelerated stall
occurs may result in a complete loss of flight control, notably, power-on spins.
But now you might point out that flying too slow in turbulence will increase the risk of an accelerated stall
The same is true of preventing an accelerated stall
in a base-to-final turn.
The Corsair was much less a handful than the P-51 when flown into an accelerated stall
, although it was by no means as forgiving as the F6F Hellcat.
from maneuvering aggressively in the traffic pattern, for example, constant altitude skidding turn from base to final at a steep bank angle with increased AoA (increased wing loading).
As the turn tightens, more pitch/power is necessary to maintain altitude, until we start pulling some G and enter an accelerated stall
A common misconception among primary students is that an accelerated stall
involves increasing airspeed.
If you're lucky, you'll enter an accelerated stall
Any reduction in stall speed also theoretically requires a commensurate reduction in maneuvering speed, the speed at which an accelerated stall
unloads the wing before structural damage occurs.
Because CF is increased with a skidding turn--when compared to a properly coordinated turn--wing loading increases and contributes to increases in stalling speed, which predisposes to an accelerated stall
With the slip-skid ball far to the right, an accelerated stall
occurred while yawing left.
A traditional accelerated stall
demonstration is begun from a level flight attitude at reduced power and at or below [V.