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How does ground effect work with a banked wing?

A short version of A.C.A.'s answer: Peter's answer ends with "This effect disappears once the wing is far enough from the ground." So for a bank that is steep enough and close enough to the ...
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How does ground effect work with a banked wing?

When an aircraft is shorter than its wingspan from the ground, the ground effect happens. Because of the ground's interference with the downwash and wingtip vortices, it increases lift and decreases ...
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