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==Description==
 
==Description==
In aviation, coffin corner (or Q corner) refers to the point at which the Flight Envelope boundary defined by a high incidence stall intersects with that defined by the [[Critical Mach Number|critical mach number]]. In other words, coffin corner occurs when, for a specific gross weight and G-force loading, the aircraft has climbed to an altitude where the speed difference between the onset of low speed stall buffet and the onset of high speed mach buffet approaches zero.
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In aviation, coffin corner (or Q corner) refers to the point at which the [[Flight Envelope]] boundary defined by a [[High Incidence Stall|high incidence stall]] intersects with that defined by the [[Critical Mach Number|critical mach number]]. In other words, coffin corner occurs when, for a specific gross weight and G-force loading, the aircraft has climbed to an altitude where the speed difference between the onset of low speed stall buffet and the onset of high speed mach buffet approaches zero.
  
 
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In aviation, coffin corner (or Q corner) refers to the point at which the Flight Envelope boundary defined by a high incidence stall intersects with that defined by the critical mach number. In other words, coffin corner occurs when, for a specific gross weight and G-force loading, the aircraft has climbed to an altitude where the speed difference between the onset of low speed stall buffet and the onset of high speed mach buffet approaches zero.

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