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Some articles on stalled:

RAF Honeybourne - Station History - Accidents and Incidents
7 August 1940 Handley Page Hampden P2086 of 4 Ferry Pilots Pool stalled attempting to force land after an engine failure. 24 December 1941 Bristol Blenheim L8663 of Ferry Training Unit stalled on approach. 14 May 1944 Armstrong Whitworth Whitley N1436 of 24 OTU stalled on overshoot ...
Stall Torque - Electric Motors
... Electric motors continue to provide torque when stalled ... However, electric motors left in a stalled condition are prone to overheating and possible damage since the current flowing is maximum under these conditions ... The maximum torque an electric motor can produce in the long term when stalled without causing damage is called the maximum continuous stall torque ...
African Economic Community - Goals - Stages Progress
... UEMOA WAMZ Common SACU Common Free Trade Area stalled progressing fully in force fully in force proposed for 2007 ? fully in force proposed stalled fully in force progressing ...
Tailspin
... any airspeed—all that is required is sufficient yaw rate while an aircraft is stalled ... In a spin both wings are in a stalled condition, but one wing will be in a deeper stall condition than the other ... This causes the aircraft to autorotate (yaw) towards the deeper-stalled wing due to its higher drag ...
Champ Car Mont-Tremblant 07 - Caution Flags
... on start 26-28 Heylen off course 28-29 Tracy spun/stalled before restart 36-39 Figge spun/stalled 46-47 Figge spun/stalled 56-57 Figge spun/stalled ...

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