Flight #: 7 — STALLS

Pilot:

Date:

Time:

Objectives:

  • Determine actual stall speeds in landing and takeoff configuration

Check

Action

   
 

PRE-FLIGHT

 

Fill fuel tanks to full

   
 

DEPARTURE

 

Do not use flaps

 

Climb out at 110 MPH

 

Climb to 6000’ MSL and level off

   
 

CRUISE

 

Limit prop RPM to 2200

 

Check engine gauges especially CHT and Oil Temp

 

Trim hands off level flight

   
   
   

NOTES

 

Check

Action

 

 

POWER OFF STALLS

 

No flaps

 

Slowly decelerate while maintaining altitude

 

Keep ball centered with rudder

 

Note stall speed

 

Recover altitude and speed

   
 

Slow down to 100 MPH

 

Apply half flaps

 

Slowly decelerate while maintaining altitude

 

Keep ball centered with rudder

 

Note stall speed

 

Retract flaps

 

Recover altitude and speed

   
   
   
   
   

NOTES

SPEED IAS (MPH)

POWER-OFF STALL, NO FLAP:

 

POWER-OFF STALL, _ FLAPS:

 

Check

Action

 

 

Slow down to 100 MPH

 

Apply full flaps

 

Slowly decelerate while maintaining altitude

 

Keep ball centered with rudder

 

Note stall speed

 

Retract flaps

 

Recover altitude and speed

   
 

POWER ON STALLS

 

Set power to 2200 RPM

 

Slowly pull back elevator

 

Keep ball centered with rudder

 

Note stall speed

 

Recover altitude and speed

   
   
   
   
   

NOTES

SPEED IAS (MPH)

POWER-OFF STALL, FULL FLAPS:

 

POWER-ON STALL, 2200 RPM, NO FLAP:

Check

Action

 

 

Full power

 

Slowly pull back elevator

 

Keep ball centered with rudder

 

Note stall speed

 

Recover altitude and speed

   
   
 

POST FLIGHT

   
 

Prepare corrective action list

 

Record fuel and oil consumption

 

Update POH with actual stall speeds

   
   
   

NOTES

SPEED IAS (MPH)

POWER-ON STALL, FULL POWER: