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Why does the Neutral Point not vary with Tail incidence angle?

requiring the neutral point to shift so the wing can continue to be canceled out. Remember, the tail controls pitch. Incidence change is is exactly what one does with an "all moving surface&...
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Why does the Neutral Point not vary with Tail incidence angle?

All your reasoning is perfect until here: Now, if we change the angle of incidence of the tail, the tail lift would change thus requiring the neutral point to shift so that the lift from the wing can ...
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What is the speed and temperature profile of the boundary layer at the stagnation point?

The shape of the velocity and temperature profile of the boundary layer is going to be a flat line(parallel to the surface). This is because at the stagnation point, the air will stop its movement, ...
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