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jasonX

Radii of gyration

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Hi guys

 

I have been looking at this again and getting some decent results with it (seems so to me anyway). One area where I'm having some problems though is setting the radii of gyration in yaw. I guess to get it all really close you would need to relate to actual experience in the real aircraft.

 

Is there a ballpark figure for the yaw? Maybe related to the pitch and roll radii of gyration was something I was thinking.

 

Thanks

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And, there should be a coupled moment/radii too... yaw/roll


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And, there should be a coupled moment/radii too... yaw/roll

 

The cross-inertia term (coupled moment) unfortunately is not modeled in X-Plane.


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