Date: 10 Sep 97 19:38:44 From: email@example.com Organization: Netcom Online Communications Services (408-241-9760 login: guest) References: 1 2
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In article <airliners.1997.2080@ohare.Chicago.COM> firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrew Muir) writes: >Its not the low airspeed but high angle of attack that gets T-tails. If you >are at low air speed and go to High aoa, the stabilizer gets into the wings >dirty air causing the tail to stall and resulting in a crash. To avoid this >the stick pusher was developed early in th elife of the 727 and >BAC-111. The 727 does not have a stick pusher. Its high-AOA characteristics are different from the BAC-111. -- Robert Dorsett Moderator, sci.aeronautics.simulation email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org "Bother," said Pooh when his engine quit on take-off.