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  • Posted in: Aerospace Sector

    When Peter mentioned AA587 I read a bunch on it. Airbus designed the A300 to handle full deflection of the rudder below maneuver speed, but they said that the A300 wasn't designed to have repeated and rapid cycling of full left and full right rudder, which really is a good way to fatigue metal to...

  • Posted in: Aerospace Sector

    Good afternoon Aerospace Engineers, Question: Is there anyone out there that has any knowledge / background concerning the Bell L-39 Aircraft that was use as flight test vehicle to evaluate the proposed wings for the Bell X-2? If so, IO would like to hear from you. ...

  • Posted in: Open Forum

    You might want to rethink coming to the US after the election. ------Original Message------ Hello folks, I am still in college and I have some places in mind where I would love to move to when I graduate. Thinking about it, Canada would be my first choice by far, but something bugs me though:...

  • Posted in: Aerospace Sector

    I do know the strict definition of maneuvering speed; but still, at the speed AA587 was flying, it should not have been possible to cause a structural failure by any inputs of the primary controls from the cockpit. Maybe the pilot's rudder inputs were ill timed and excessive, but it shouldn't have...

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