I should say, technically it's the CG envelope rather than the flight envelope. Flight envelope is related to the stresses placed on the air frame during flight (airspeed x load factor).
So if its in the red line its safe? Cause i figured it out but it lead me inside the redlines in the middle
Also thanks for explaning it about the red lines was confused why it was considered safe if it was in the red line
Ialso could ya help me if u have time im soo confused on this stuff would be nice to have a expert guide me
Yep, as long as it's on the red line or within the area enclosed by the red line, it's safe. Sure, happy to help!
Do u habe someway i can contact u? Because i also have questions on another thing for aerospace
Can send me a message on here with your questions if you want dude.
Ok im gonna make another my take so i can show u with a pic
Can you share, I am curious?
Sorry i figured it out alrdy
*can you share your insight
Want me to give u the whole problem?
If it is necessary for understanding of how these derivations allow to see that it is safe or not safe to fly and for understanding what model situation is equivalent to "safe to fly", then yes!
Ok ao ur supposed to do the weight (lb) times the Distance (in) which gives u moment as you can see by the pic provided with the chart i did that and when ur done u have to add the whole column up so the lb and the moment and the final product would be 2 numbers which is supposed to go somewhere on the chart if its on the red line and I don't know why is it safe other thsn it has to be on the red line to be safe if not its not safe sorey if i confused u even more
No, I get it now! Or at least I have a good hypothesis why or more precisely how you know that it's safe in this case, it helped, thanks!
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