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bio website larianlequella.com
location Bow, NH
age 48
visits member for 4 years, 1 month
seen Feb 12 at 2:36

I never really know what to put on these profiles, but here goes:

profile for Larian LeQuella on Stack Exchange, a network of free, community-driven Q&A sites

  • World traveled (have visited over 120 countries. By "visited" I mean that I have to have stayed there at least 3 days, eaten meals at local establishments, and interacted with the native population)
  • B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • M.Sc. in Aeronautical Science From ERAU
  • 20 Year USAF Veteran
    • Command Pilot and Combat Pilot
    • Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act Level 3 certification in Program Management and Systems Planning, Research, Development and Engineering
    • Air Operations Center Instructor
  • PMP and PMI-ACP Certified
  • Generally a "Know it all" :)

If you have any questions, just ask. Here is my personal web page.


Mar
23
awarded  Yearling
Feb
12
awarded  Custodian
Feb
12
reviewed Approve Force on a loop with induced current
Feb
12
reviewed Approve How should I interpret the math in showing that the potential difference and the emf in an ideal battery are the same?
Feb
11
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
4
revised What happens to the neighboring star of a type Ia supernova?
added 2 characters in body
Nov
24
awarded  Enlightened
Nov
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
28
comment What are the chances that a deadly asteroid will hit Earth in the next decade?
@MooingDuck look at the math, it doesn't have anything to do with people who HAVE BEEN killed, but rather the chances as of now. Slight nuanced difference. Keep in mind that it's based on the chances of a large asteroid impacting (which would kill A LOT of people).
Sep
3
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
1
awarded  Enlightened
Jul
1
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
23
awarded  Yearling
Feb
8
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
23
awarded  Yearling
Feb
12
awarded  Necromancer
Jan
15
comment What causes an aircraft to roll when rudder is applied
The lowest performance aircraft that I ever flew was a learner, so I ,may have some bias in my flight experience, however. The roll on straight wing and other such aircraft has a lot to do with the center of moment of the yaw being above the center of gravity. I'll draw a diagram am edit the answer when I get home from my trip.
Jan
12
awarded  Enlightened