Talk:Inertia coupling

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Should there be a redirect to this page for "inertial coupling"? I found a reference to this page on X-4_Bantam that used this. I fixed the link, but perhaps a redirect would help the search match. I would make the link but I am not confident how or if this is the correct choice. DRA 04:56, 27 September 2007 (UTC)

Done. Binksternet 05:46, 27 September 2007 (UTC)

Mathematical Description[edit]

As pointed out by user DVdm in Carl Sagan's Discussion Page "the source really does not qualify for Wikipedia") Deep Atlantic Blue (talk) 22:52, 3 June 2010 (UTC)

Accuracy[edit]

I made some changes trying to make the entry a bit more accurate. I am surprised there is no page on stable and unstable design. Also it would be easier to describe this if some vivid informal language could be used which would go against the strict fact approach allowed in Wikipedia, and thus would be certainly cut off. Deep Atlantic Blue (talk) 19:55, 4 May 2010 (UTC)

High speed[edit]

I'm having trouble following the exact meaning here (why, for example, does putting even MORE weight high up on the F-104's tail help the problem?), but mostly I'm wondering, it's just a matter of fuselage shape and wingspan/aero area, and not aerodynamic, then why does it manifest at high speeds (i.e. the X-2 disaster)? If it's not aerodynamic, one would expect it to manifest equally regardless of speed. AnnaGoFast (talk) 00:07, 4 May 2016 (UTC)