THE stresses existing in the structure of a tail plane, in varying conditions of flight, are possibly more a matter of doubt than obtains for any other part of an aeroplane structure. The assumptions made at present are frankly conventional, but are accepted because in the past they have usually yielded satisfactory results.
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