Originally Posted by Heyload
Alot of cargo is palletized, so it would be reasonably simple to load accordingly, lower and lighter to the outboard, higher and heavy to the center. Very functional, in fact....just not particularly efficient use of space.
I would think that in addition to the fore and aft c.g. limits, the allowable lateral c.g. would be a big player as well.
It would be interesting to loadplan, for sure.
If the guys doing the load plan are anything like the ones I worked with that would be very, very scarey!
They gave me the load plan duties after I had been there two days. I was scared shitless about making a mistake. I always thought of one of those old beat up containers popping loose from the tie down locks and sliding all the way back.
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