operational envelope

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    Just want to know which acg should I use when making an operating envelope. Everytime I change the waveheight the acgw and acg below changes. Should I match the acgw with acgv by changing the speed? Thanks.
     
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    I see you're not big on reading/comprehension. In your haste to "get an answer" you miss the pertinent aspect in a posters reply!

     
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    Thanks. I'll take heed on the answers next time.
     

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    Anyone have made an operational envelope calculation using RINA Rules?

    I did an acg calcs but I can't find the formula to incorporate wave height and speed.

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