Date: 01 Oct 97 19:57:48 From: email@example.com (Terry Schell) Organization: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign References: 1 2 3 4 5 Followups: 1
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firstname.lastname@example.org (Luis Manuel Perez Llera) writes: <snip> >Right, except the fuselage lift is one order of magnitude lower than the >wings lift. Your reply makes it sound like that lift is unimportant... but it is actually extremely important from a design point of view. First of all, a 10% reduction in lift would make a large dent in payload (>20%). Second, the fuselage lift is virtually stall-proof and needs to be considered in recovery from unusual attitudes (particularly on something like an MD80 with all that fuselage in front of the CG).