secondary stall

secondary stall

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A stall that occurs during recovery from a preceding primary stall. This happens when an attempt is made to hasten the completion of stall recovery before the airflow over the aircraft has become fully laminar (i.e., before the aircraft has fully recovered). It takes the form of an accelerated maneuver stall.
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The test standards for the CFI-Airplane rating require being able to demonstrate and recover from a full suite of stalls: not just the familiar power-on and -off, but accelerated stalls during steep turns, trim stalls (where excessive nose-up trim pitches the nose up as power is applied, as in a poorly managed go-around), secondary stalls caused by overly aggressive recovery from the initial break and the cross-controlled stalls that readily precipitate spins.
Excessive diving to gain airspeed, followed by abruptly pitching up, may impose critical loads on airplane structures and may produce recurrent or secondary stalls by increasing the angle of attack to that of stalling.