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Transverse Flow Effect in hot weather


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On a hot sunny day, will you have to compensate more for your transverse flow effect than on a chilly day?

Thinking about updrafts from heated surfaces.

For example, your over an black surface, (taxiway, runway or similar) and want to do an takeoff. When you hit about 10-15knots you will have to give more forward-right cyclic input than normal.

 

 

zerek,

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