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Uploaded on Feb 13, 2009

Part 1 of 3.
NASA produced video on icing induced loss of control due to tail stall.

3 paths lead to tail stall conditions if there is ice on the tail:
-Flaps,
-Speed,
-Power.

There is usually no clue about it until a configuration change.

To recover from an ice-induced tail stall, you must take actions that are almost completely opposite from those required to recover from a wing stall. Making the wrong moves will aggravate the stall.

At low altitudes you may not be able to recover.

Visit NASA's "A Pilot's Guide to In-Flight Icing"
http://aircrafticing.grc.nasa.gov/cou...

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