The thread was supposed to be about an "excessive" pitch.
Now the debate is about stall.
My understanding is that the stall warning is triggered well below the AoA when stall occurs. If my memory serves me well you have the 1.13 Vsr margin plus the maneuver margin
Now you are talking about a risk of stall. What the heck?
Of course people are now talking about Stall.... as the discussion about pitch has stalled with no new information. Just a logical progression...
Have a great day,
There is something that bothers me in the description of the issue and the way it is discussed here.
Very honestly I haven't read any article or document on the issue and I do not wish to do so.
If the issue is about a risk to get into stall then the issue should have been titled "risk of aircraft stall under certains conditions" with the new flight control software. It is not "excessive pitch".
In my opinion "excessive pitch would just mean that there is a risk the aircraft pitch attitude eats into the pitch attitude margins. However, I do not necessarily see it as a risk to stall the aircraft.
Now everybody seems to agree on a risk of stall. I do not have the feeling there is still a margin to stall.
I am not trying to minimize the issue, but the whole discussion does not feel very right to me.
By the way, changing the control laws is not just programming a new software. There are a whole bunch of tasks that need to be done and completed, Based on my observations in the past I sincerely believe Q32020 for the new software is a little bit optimistic. This said, perhaps they will put an extra effort on this issue and put the necessary resource to complete the work in time.