I'm currently doing simulations for eVTOL type of vehicles and for the purpose of controlling the attitude, I'd like to know the common limits for roll and roll rates (more important) that are in place for civil flights. I'm interested both for airplanes and helicopters even though I do prefer information for rotary vehicles.
I've spent a few hours already searching through the web but for some reason, I'm not able to find literal values in documents such as ICAO annexes etc. So it would be really helpful for me to know at least the approximate values. I appreciate any answer in advance. Thanks
UPDATE with respect to comments: I am interested in upper boundary, i.e. what rate should not the vehicle exceed. I imagine that there is some at least recommendation that aircraft of a particular type should not exceed this rate, otherwise the passengers can spill their coffee, get sick etc. So it could be also partially dependent on the current wind situation, gusts and so on.
In terms of particular regulatory office, it doesn't really matter as this information should just give some overview of possible values because right now I really dont have any clue.