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Old December 1st 04, 12:56 PM
Tom Parsons
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Dave-

You mention not using top rudder for the first knife
edge but to use it during the second knife edge. Is this for the
aileron roll or slow roll?


I think the rudder advice should work for both. The reason for the
difference in rudder on the first vs. second knife edge is that adverse
yaw actually helps keep the nose up on the first knife edge, so less
rudder is required then. But on the second knife edge, adverse yaw is
working against you, pushing the nose down and requiring more top rudder
to keep it up.

Tom P.
 




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