Re: A320 pitch control (was: emergency procedure)

Date:         26 Apr 98 03:44:45 
From:         "Yannick Fournier" <>
Organization: EIG's student
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>Normal law is a "load factor demand" law. The "load factor" (G) is
>proportional to stick deflection. With stick at neutral, the
>system maintains 1G in pitch. In turns, no pitch correction is
>required once the turn is established.

What you meant is, if you fly upside down with, say, 10 deg. up nose over
the horizon on an A320 (very unlikely :)), and that you release the stick,
the flight(s) computer(s) will let the airplane in this position ? Like with
EF2000 ?