October 2010 Issue
Safety Is No Accident: Canards
We look at whether the various stall-proof canard designs live up to their reputation.
The appeal of canard-type designs hasnt faded, and the design was heralded as inherently safer because of its resistance to stalling. Ron Wanttaja reveals the veracity of that claim given the accident numbers.
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