a stall warning in Lacrosse is when a team is in there offensive end and the referee has determined that they are attempting to stall the game by just passing and making no effort to score or to shoot. although the ball may be outside of the box as soon as the ball is moved into the box the referee will raise his arms and say "keep it in" this means that the offensive team must keep the ball inside of there offensive box, in effect it makes it very difficult for the team to continually stall so they must now play offense in a limited space. if the team loses possession so that the ball leaves the box off of an offensive player or an offensive player steps out of the box the ball is awarded to the defending team. the only way that stall warning is waived is a goal, a defensive player gets a penalty, or if the defending team is able to remove the ball on there own via a clear or a ground ball.
the person who invented the airplane stall warning is Leonard Michael Greene.
Airbus aircraft do not use stall vanes for stall warning. Airbus use a sophisticated system of stall prevention instead, with the angle of attack and slat settings are primary parameters in the fly-by-wire computer system.The angle of attack is determined by two electrically heated alpha probes on either side of the forward fuselage.As the aircraft approaches a stall condition, (in normal law) the flight computers take control and return controls to a non-stall position.
the sound you hear is a stall speed warning if that is the sound I think you hear
it is the side of pilot in command, so he can see the sensor status (icing for instance).
Sometime yes, and sometimes no. It may be hard to start and it may stall at times. It may also just fail without warning.
In the mid-1940s, Greene developed the first practical way to warn the pilot of the aerodynamic stall. His first design and apparatus included threaded bolts, a bicycle horn and other odd components, all powered by flashlight batteries. Greene filed his device for a patent in 1944, and the patent was issued in 1949. In order to develop his design, Greene founded the Safe Flight Instrument Corporation in White Plains, NY, in 1946. There, he refined and marketed the stall warning indicator.
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Learjets do not have stall speeds, per se. There are stall warning devices that trigger various combinations of warning lights and stick shakers, and in some models, a stick pusher to force the nose down. Certain models, the 45 being one, have airfoils attached to the tail that force the nose down from excessive angles of attack. They are called "Delta fin strakes". All of this being said one can force a Learjet to enter a stall condition somewhere in the vicinity of 103 knots, depending on the model. The test pilots do this to make sure that the actual stall characteristics meet the safety standard. Ordinary Lear pilots fly the aircraft with strict adherence to the required speeds for the various phases of flight, take-off, cruise, approach, etc. This assures that the aircraft will never be closer to the stall speed than 30% above it.
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