Okay so Im going to look an idiot, here, because Im going to ask you something that for some reason I've either gone comletely blank or having a blank moment,
here we go
A stall is a flight condition that occures when he angle of attack become so high that the air flowing over the top of he wing's camber can no longer flow smoothly and it breaks away. This disturbs the low pressure (above the wing) and causes the wing to loose lift,
So im like here thinking this: Why does the air that can no longer flow smoothly over the top of the wing affect lift when the high pressure under neath the wing is what causes lift not the airflow above
And also a wing doesn't stall because of low airspeed or high gross weight, but it salls when a specific anle of attack is reached.
okay fair enough, but let me ask this then, if your flying straight and level and you pitch up 5-8 degree's
(critical angle of attack is 18-20 on most wings) and you slowly start to slow down until the point where you reach 44 knots in a 172, you've not exceeded that critical angle of attach you've just slowed down so much you can't sustain level flight, is this considered a stall or not,
so open for getting critised but hey, I'll ask questions until I get it right and thank everyone who helps
Wonder if there will be a point when the roles will be reversed!