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AF356 tailstrike in yyz

Old 15th Jun 2024, 14:01
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Originally Posted by Sailvi767
. As trust is transitioned to go around power there is a significant amount of time passing and runway moving behind you. Pilots will often start rotating early in this situation.
So, pilots acting on the rotation as an open-loop series of stick inputs, without closed-loop reaction to the pitch attitude and rate
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Old 15th Jun 2024, 15:21
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Originally Posted by Fursty Ferret
Sort of - there are still pitch rate modifiers to the elevator demand.
If this is true then I stand corrected - but then also it's not really direct law. And of course what it really is, is a different question from what the simplified literature calls it.
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