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Turning an Airplane. What actually causes the circular motion in a banked (roll) turn?
Basically I'm wondering if this is correct. Which essentially says that you need a torque to get the nose of the craft to turn and that this is provided by the rear tail surfaces. After trying to ...
May 14 '12 at 13:26
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