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Development Video: Early Stall Testing

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That's the video from the September 12th update.

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It seems MS is trying to organize the YT hub to include all the released videos in each of their respective categories.  Certainly not new content right now, but I appreciate the desire to organize and make it easier for curious visitors to see how this new product is being developed.

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there's cobwebs on this video


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It's still an amazing and beautiful video, but yeah, I've already studied every detail of it a dozen times over, LOL.

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Very realistic especially actually entering the stall


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I hope this kind of stall will not be the norm for all the airplanes.

Not all of the airplanes go in a "aggravated" spin like that.

Usually most of them after initial buffet will lower the nose or turn in one side (left or right) and if you take your hands and feet off the controls, will just recover fine without  this kind of drama. 

Anyhow it's premature to say what is actually happening especially when you don't see what is going on with the flight controls. 


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I could be wrong but I think that's a C172.

Again I could be wrong but I don't think its possible to spin a C172

You stall, drop a wing and the aircraft recovers on it's own before it spins

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5 hours ago, killthespam said:

I hope this kind of stall will not be the norm for all the airplanes.

Not all of the airplanes go in a "aggravated" spin like that.

Usually most of them after initial buffet will lower the nose or turn in one side (left or right) and if you take your hands and feet off the controls, will just recover fine without  this kind of drama. 

Anyhow it's premature to say what is actually happening especially when you don't see what is going on with the flight controls. 

Not sure about all airplanes but the C172 will spin violently with the wrong control input while stalling! I learned the hard way when practicing stalls as a student pilot, lucky I had an instructor with me :)

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3 minutes ago, strider1 said:

Not sure about all airplanes but the C172 will spin violently with the wrong control input while stalling! I learned the hard way when practicing stalls as a student pilot, lucky I had an instructor with me 🙂

I stand corrected!😁

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It looked like he booted rudder in to enhance the stall. Thats how its done from training from a faded memory


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6 hours ago, killthespam said:

Not all of the airplanes go in a "aggravated" spin like that.

Never heard of an aggravated spin. I assume you mean aggravated stall.

Apart from the spin entry you missed the most obvious bug. The roll attitude in the stabilized spin is aerodynamically impossible.

If a 172 will spin, even with a correct spin entry, depends mostly on the CG. With a forward CG it can be impossible to spin it.

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