9-8 - Turning o What tu rns an airplane? o Horizontal...

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Turning o What turns an airplane? Horizontal component of lift o Control input to turn Aileron to bank airplane in direction of turn Rudder in direction of turn to counteract adverse yaw Add back pressure to the elevator to increase lift (to keep from losing altitude) Reduce aileron an rudder input at desired bank angle o Turning increases load factor Load factor = lift/weight Stall speed also increases since AOA increases with load factor Load factor increases 30degrees-.15 45 degrees- .41 60 degrees- 2 o Quality of a turn Horizontal component of lift must match centrifugal force generated by turn rate and radius Stalls o When aircraft reaches critical AOA o Can occur at Any attitude
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Any airspeed Any power setting o Stall recognition Aerodynamic buffet Sluggish controls Less wind noise Stall warning device o Stall recovery Reduce back pressure Add full power Level wings with coordinated use of flight controls
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