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Old 10-05-2007, 07:37 PM   #11
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Old 10-06-2007, 04:16 AM   #12
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Hey a pilot wow I would love to do that, what do you fly commercial planes or are you in the forces? anyway hi and welcome to CF
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Can I ask where your username comes from?
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Old 10-06-2007, 01:52 PM   #14
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Hey! Welcome to CF! like everyones said if you have any kind of question about computers, hardware, software or even how to stop the damn clock on your VCR or DVD player from blinking 12:00 there is someone here who can help you

AND if your lucky...they may pass on some of this Sacred PC Wisdom then you can pass it on to me anywho, hope you enjoy your stay!
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David - The coffin corner or Q-Corner is the altitude at or near which an aircraft's stall speed is equal to the critical Mach number, at a given gross weight and G loading. At this altitude the aircraft becomes nearly impossible to keep in stable flight. Since the stall speed is the minimum speed required to maintain level flight, any reduction in speed will cause the airplane to stall and lose altitude. Since the critical Mach number is maximum speed at which air can travel over the wings without losing lift to flow separation and shock waves, any increase in speed will cause the airplane to lose lift, or to pitch heavily nose-down, and lose altitude. The "corner" refers to the triangular shape at the top of a flight envelope chart where the stall speed and critical Mach number lines come together. Some aircraft, such as the Lockheed U-2, routinely operate in the "coffin corner", which demands great skill from their pilots.
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you a commercial pilot? if so.. what company do you fly for?

welcome btw
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David - The coffin corner or Q-Corner is the altitude at or near which an aircraft's stall speed is equal to the critical Mach number, at a given gross weight and G loading. At this altitude the aircraft becomes nearly impossible to keep in stable flight. Since the stall speed is the minimum speed required to maintain level flight, any reduction in speed will cause the airplane to stall and lose altitude. Since the critical Mach number is maximum speed at which air can travel over the wings without losing lift to flow separation and shock waves, any increase in speed will cause the airplane to lose lift, or to pitch heavily nose-down, and lose altitude. The "corner" refers to the triangular shape at the top of a flight envelope chart where the stall speed and critical Mach number lines come together. Some aircraft, such as the Lockheed U-2, routinely operate in the "coffin corner", which demands great skill from their pilots.
Thats very interesting indeed, I guess you learn something every day!
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