A question has come up in preparation for a Block exam. what are the two turning tendencies that occur during steep turn? If you know this may you please explain to me, why these tendencies occur. Cheers !
One of the turning tendencies that occurs during a steep turn is the tendency to over-bank. This is generally due to the outer wing (wing-up) moving faster thru the air and creating a bit more lift that has to be counter-acted. A second turning tendency is due to adverse yaw (requiring a bit more rudder during a right hand steep turn).
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There are two: the overbankong tendency as a result of the outboard wing moving faster through the air and generating more lift than the inboard wing. The second is the left turning tendency as a result of P-factor, engine torque and spiral slipstream effects on the tailboom and vertical fin, requiring more right rudder to maintain a coordinated turn to the right than to the left.