|Quoting Tobias2702 (Thread starter):|
Strangely, the terms "Lufthansa", and "D-ALCQ" (also in images) are blacked out in the published version. I don't get it, what's the reason behind it?
|Quoting Unflug (Reply 2):|
I have no idea why the operator and aircraft are treated like "persons"...
|Quoting PanHAM (Reply 5):|
Yes, the regs can be re-issued. LH owns a long list and regs like D-ABYE have been on a good number of 4holers.
|Quoting Starglider (Reply 6):|
The first 2 values, correct me if i'm wrong, should be swapped as a higher descent rate results in a higher load factor.
-13 ft/sec = 3.0g
-11 ft/sec = 2.1g
Or am i missing something?
|Quoting na (Reply 7):|
LH is superstitious No row 13, no row 17, no re-issue of the registration of a crashed plane.
|Quoting tdscanuck (Reply 9):|
The descent rate is how fast the aircraft CG is moving vertically, the normal load factor is how fast the CG is accelerating...although there is some correlation between them, you can't directly convert one to the other. For one thing, they're different units...one is a velocity, one is an acceleration. But, more importantly, the normal load factor is all about how hard the airplane is pitching up at the moment of touchdown, which is independant of sink rate.