Can someone explain how speed impacts rate of turn and and degree of bank required?
I'm trying to understand this practice problem but can't get the concept: Say you have 2 vehicles travelling at different speeds and carrying out a turn at the same radius. The example states that the faster vehicle will have to bank at a shallower angle and will have a lower rate of turn.
In my mind, the faster vehicle would have to maintain a steeper bank angle to compensate for the higher relative speed, otherwise their radius would increase. If you're moving faster, and banking at a lower angle, wouldn't that mean you're travelling at greater forward distance and less lateral distance thus increasing you're radius?