Should a normal category airplane (this is my idea of airplane, move from point A to point B quickly, not to do somersault in the air.) maintain continuous fuel supply under long-duration negative G condition?
My understanding is that a normal category airplane will not have long-duration negative G operation, thus the fuel system is not required to supply fuel under such operation. But I am not sure.
A related condition is high bank angle, or more precisely, high side-slip angle which moves the fuel to a side. What are the fuel system design requirement for a normal category airplane under such condition?