Date: 09 Mar 97 12:39:43 From: "john r." <firstname.lastname@example.org> Organization: silence References: 1 2 3 Followups: 1
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In article <airliners.1997.554@ohare.Chicago.COM>, Paul Kearney <email@example.com> writes >firstname.lastname@example.org (Roger Chung-Wee) wrote: >: >Does anyone know what Boeing ever did to fix the tail wag problem with >: >the 777? >: A modal suppression, or high-rate damper system, similar to that >: fitted to the 757, 767 and 747, was fitted from September to correct >: yaw oscillation which occurred after the 777 encountered turbulence. Boeing never managed to fix tail wag on the 747. The MSAS system on the 200s never worked correctly and was removed. Just try a long hop in the last two rows in E zone, right down the back in the bear pit! -- _J_O_H_N____R_E_L_P_H____________ email@example.com Teddington, Middlesex in Cold Old England.