Firefly-YCTTSFM Posted September 3, 2008 Author Share Posted September 3, 2008 When you extend a flap on the wing, it does not allow the wing to go to a higher AOA. Contrary to popular belief, it usually reduces the maximum AOA that is possible without stalling. Ahh! You are correct, I had completely forgotten that. Well, that certainly simplifies things then: no reason to worry about changing the stall angle of the canard. Scrap my last 5 posts. Sorry Marc (and all), I didn't mean to labor the point, I was trying to figure out if I could change the stall angle of the canard. I wasn't trying to balance the forces & moments yet. Quote I don't care, I'm still free. You can't take the sky from me. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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