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Airflow during a stall.

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Uploaded on Apr 28, 2011

Harv's Air (thanks to Jordan) decided we wanted to show the airflow before, during and after a stall. So Jordan spent $1.29 on yarn and taped the entire wings with 4 rows of 4-5 inch long pieces of yarn. As the airplane approaches the stall you'll see the airflow on the wing. Take note of where the turbulence starts as the wing starts to stall and how the air flow reorganizes as the wing recovers from the stall. The airplane is a Diamond DA40 over southern MB (Trans Canada highway comes into view), Lots more stuff on at www.pilottraining.ca and www.harvsair.com

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