January 2009 Issue
There are ways to counter adverse yaw.
In order to bank the airplane and execute a turn properly, adverse yaw must be countered or eliminate altogether. The discussion of how to do this includes rudder control, aileron-rudder interconnects, directional stability, differential ailerons, aileron drag and the use of spoilers; by Barnaby Wainfan.
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