Organic Marble's answer to a previous question about Apollo abort limits clarified that the figure of concern was the product of dynamic pressure (Q) and angle of attack (alpha), with the 100% level apparently being the expected structural-breakup limit of the launcher.
What is the actual limit value for Qɑ for the Saturn V/Apollo stack?
What was the maximum Qɑ reached in nominal launches?
I'm looking for a value in psi•degrees or kPa•radians or some dimensionally equivalent pressure-times-angle units, not a normalized percentage-of-abort-limit value. Answers for other launchers are of interest as well.
I'm curious because the guidance equations in my launch simulator do produce some significant angle-of-attack, and I want to know if the trajectories I'm flying would be likely to wreck a Saturn V.