AOA Measures Have Their Limits

A wing’s true angle of attack (AOA) is unknown; it can only be estimated by a measuring device mounted on the airplane somewhere. Furthermore, these devices have inherent errors that must be addressed. Many aircraft have stall sensors mounted on the fuselage to reduce the effects of changes in wing...

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