October 2009 Issue
Buzz Words: Understanding Dihedral Effect
You’ve heard the term, now here’s a simple way to appreciate what it does for an airplane.
While certified airplanes have to meet Part 23 requirements for positive dihedral, amateur-built airplanes are exempt. Ed Kolano looks into the details of dihedral, and how you can use it to your airborne advantage.
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