Appendix 1 — Stall Scenario Conditions

Refer to scenarios in Stall Training.

Choose one item from each column to build the conditions for a scenario.

Describe the scenario in realistic terms prior to performing the stall

The intent of this matrix is to provide a variety of combinations. Instructors are not expected to teach every variation. Select a few that work well for the type of aircraft you fly.

STALL POWER SETTING A/C CONFIGURATION A/C FLIGHT PATH SCENARIO
    Flaps Gear Attitude  
DEPARTURE High
Medium (simulate high density altitude)

Approach Landing **
Up
Down
Straight Co-ordinated turn
  • gentle
  • medium

Uncoordinated turn
Climbing
Level ^^
Descending ^^
see page 6
ARRIVAL Medium
Low

Approach Landing
Up
Down
Straight Turn
  • gentle
  • medium
  • steep

Coordinated Uncoordinated turn
  • slipping
  • skidding
Level
Descending
see page 7
ACCELERATED High
Medium
Low

Approach Landing
Up
Down
Straight Coordinated turn
  • gentle
  • medium
  • steep
Level Transitioning from a dive or stall recovery see page  9
  • Stall from an engine failure and 180° turn back to the departure runway is classified as an arrival stall for this Matrix
  • **Stall from an overshoot is classified as a departure stall.
  • ^^With wing contamination or high density altitude aircraft may be unable to climb after take-off.
  • Aircraft should be correctly trimmed for scenario e.g. Stall from an overshoot with trim still set for approach.
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