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Stability
T-45A/C TS, E2C2, ADV & IUT Aero-04
2.
Yawing tendency caused by the increased sail area
of the opened MLG doors and the forward NLG
doors that are forward of the CG
3.
MLG and forward NLG doors close when the landing
gear is fully extended
4.
During emergency gear extension
a.
Inner MLG doors remain open
b.
Forward nose landing gear doors partially
closed by an electric motor
5.
In emergency gear extension configuration
a.
Aircraft is less stable directionally
b.
Controlling the slight yaw excursions that may
occur requires coordinated stick and rudder
Figure 6: LANDING GEAR DOOR EFFECT ON DIRECTIONAL STABILITY
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