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A system that overridespilot control for “better” safety
Automatically pushes nose down ? That uh might be a bad idea at low altitude. Think of this as ppt in reverse. 3/12/19
So, something as simple as an airspeed sensor (pitot tube clog) or GPS generated airspeed as redundancy, coupled with a nose up attitude make the computer think the jet is stalling and forces the nose down. I doubt the small trim tab surface can overcome the huge elevator surface. You'd have to have full manual control over the electro-hydraulic control system to pull out. They probably aren't rated to fly inverted even if you were 5,000 feet, so you couldn't roll inverted to give you more time.
- By: The Director
- On: 3/12/19 9:31PM
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