Fri, 14 Nov 2003 19:17:15 -0800
At 07:08 PM 11/14/03 -0500, you wrote:
> (Note: there is an instance where a Velocity entered the wake
>turbulence of a commercial jet aircraft - and it is thought the aircraft
>entered an inverted deep stall condition from which the pilot was unable to
>recover. Also - slips to landing are not recommended because it "upsets"
>the lift relationship between the canard and the main wings - which could be
>a cause for concern if the slip were aggressive, and the airspeed slow, and
>the cg fully aft.).
I read the NTSB report on that one, Neil Hunter's crash. While it is
likely (almost certain) that the wake turbulence put him inverted and
stalled, it was also clear that he was flying aft CG, the weight he
normally carried in the nose when flying solo was not in the airplane.