high-speed stall

high-speed stall
An accelerated stall where the stalling angle is achieved at a higher-than-normal stalling speed, as in maneuvers. The new stalling speed under acceleration is equal to the normal stalling speed multiplied by the square root of applied acceleration. See also accelerated stall.

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