December 2008 Issue
The causes and effects of adverse yaw.
The aerodynamics of an airplane sometimes donít cooperate with the pilotís desire to roll, and instead produce both yaw and roll. Contributing factors are aileron parasite drag, induced drag between the wings and changes in the roll rate itself; by Barnaby Wainfan.
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