tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3991004594884305625.post4670663812927221347..comments2020-08-07T07:41:30.504-07:00Comments on Satcom Guru: Movable StabilizerPeter Lemmehttp://www.blogger.com/profile/16409315777756590084noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3991004594884305625.post-33014577997405441242019-08-22T05:53:17.823-07:002019-08-22T05:53:17.823-07:00Please help me with the probability graph. Accordi...Please help me with the probability graph. According to the graph, probability of encountering a stall increases with increasing speed. What do I get wrong? I think, this plot must be labeled "inverted probability..."<br />Or do I misread it completely?<br />Thanks if you could find time to explain this<br />BR<br />AlbrechtSpornradhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13499648828513945851noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3991004594884305625.post-26600788563489839372019-08-02T14:27:52.577-07:002019-08-02T14:27:52.577-07:00Great source of credible information and well put ...Great source of credible information and well put together as to what is ' required "<br /><br />IMHO this SLF questions re how to apply the " 125 pound " equivalent control force in a ' manual ' mode via the awkward to use trim wheel even with step down gearing which means many many revolutions in ??? time.<br />And it seems to me the problem exists on both the MAX and NG and never properly addressed or tested in a few decades ?SAM Phttps://www.blogger.com/profile/15101245932460649164noreply@blogger.com