Owen.C93 wrote:Looks like the F-Duct goes around the right-hand side 0_o
How can they operate that in RH side?
I also saw that. I'm a little bit irritated. I know, that the controll pipe is left hand sidde in the cockpit. Where do they lead the line from the right to the left hand side?
Possibly what we're seeing here is the DEFAULT aiflow pipe for the fluidic switch, suggesting that RB have two signal inlets for their F-Duct, one which is always piped straight through to the fluidic switch while the other has the "control hole" in the cockpit.
Some drawings in the "Reducing the drag of a two element wing through stall" thread suggested that a fluidic switch can work like this, or with careful tweaking could be made to work without a secondary signal.
Perhaps RB decided it not too much of a loss to have two lots of ductwork instead of develop a single signal fluidic switch?
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