Icing Induced Tailplane Stalls: A NASA Study [video]

Several years ago, NASA produced a video for pilots detailing their research in tailplane icing and tailplane stalls. Produced by the Imagine Technology Center at NASA’s Lewis Research Center, the video describes signs indicative to the onset of a tailplane stall, aerodynamics and recovery techniques. The video was produced as a result of insights gained from the NASA/FAA Tailplane Icing Program.



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Pat Flannigan is a professional pilot and aviation blogger. He has been flying for fifteen years and is currently working as an airline pilot in the United States.

3 Replies to Icing Induced Tailplane Stalls: A NASA Study [video]

  1. This video, IMO should be viewed by everyone earning their instrument ticket. It covers important points, critical ones at that.

  2. Pilot Salary says:

    This video should be mandatory viewing by every pilot. Inadvertent icing encounters can occur out of the blue even when not expected.

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