- Feb 18, 2010
- Romont / Fribourg / Switzerland
I understand this for storage, pivoting the wing and away with it.I explained that.
It's so you can easily rotate the wing for storage and so you can re-position the pilot without messing with the CG
You explained that it should be only a two axis bird, but I was wondering if the aft fuselage could be built sufficient strong to absorbe the twisting force, if the rear elevator was also used as an aileron, that means two independent panels right and left, controlled by a mixer.
The wohl aircraft would remain a 3-axis bird, only controlled by the tail volume.