1983-02-01

Devices for Improvement of Controllability at Stall 830723

The stall characteristics of Learjet aircraft are discussed in terms of the aerodynamic phenomena which determine the stall behavior. A number of devices are described which have been flight tested in attempting to improve controllability at stall. Theories are offered to explain the effects of each device. Wind tunnel test data are compared with some of the flight results.

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