Techniques for Tailoring Aircraft Stall and Post-Stall Behavior 931226
This paper briefly reviews existing experimental and analytical techniques applied extensively to military configurations operating in stalled flight. As a consequence of these efforts, the fighter flight envelope has been expanded well beyond wing stall without encountering departures from controlled flight.
It is now also possible for engineering/mission trainer simulators to calculate all the motions an aircraft is capable of experiencing between -90° and +90° angle of attack. Exploiting these validated techniques relative to general aviation configurations could greatly influence Industry's future design and training efforts as well as FAA regulations and certification procedures.