Stall strips : Stalling at the wing root first

[Ref The Pilot’s Manual PM2 Ground School Page 46, FAA-H-8083-25B Page 5-25, Wiki, Boldmethod]

Stall strips  is a fixed device employed on the leading edge of fixed-wing aircraft to introduce a stall prematurely

Stall strips are used to initiate flow separation at chosen locations on the wing during high-angle of attack flight, they act as a warning before the wings actually entering a full stall.

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Notes:

Stall stips ≠ vortex generators !

 

Sweepback and Taper wing – Stalling at the wing tip first

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