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  • Re: Opposite weight-shift in turns? :: General Discussion -- Erfurt Bob< 5 Dec 2022 | 8:02 am

    Re: Opposite weight-shift in turns? :: General Discussion -- Erfurt Bob Author: Erfurt BobSubject: Re: Opposite weight-shift in turns?Posted: Mon Dec 05, 2022 7:02 UTC (GMT 0)Topic Replies: 89 skynomad wrote: Weight shift changes bank angle directly... . I'm sorry, but no, it doesn't. This is the faulty reasoning. Picture it. You are just pulling down one riser, i.e. one half of the glider, vertically. You do not rotate the glider in its entirety, because you can't from your position. To bank the glider directly, you would have to swing yourself[…]

  • Re: Opposite weight-shift in turns? :: General Discussion -- BarrySmith< 5 Dec 2022 | 5:50 am

    Author: BarrySmithLocation: CaliforniaSubject: Re: Opposite weight-shift in turns?Posted: Mon Dec 05, 2022 4:50 UTC (GMT 0)Topic Replies: 89 skynomad wrote: keeping the wing as flat as possible is a general rule, for all kind of wings, as it produces maximum lift By flat, do you mean parallel to the horizon or do you mean the opposite to curved? [ goto post ]