Hi Pilots, Another issue on real fly techniques, when i fly a SEP (FS parameters set all to realistic with gyro effect and no auto rudder). when I let my plane fly alone there is a permanent slight roll remaining that changes the heading and set ur airplane in turn down What is a good method to suppress this side effect?
Just an idea, but when I adjusted a dual control aircraft to accurately reflect correct weights in pilot and Co-pilot, the difference in weight between the two was enough to cause a inexorable turn to the "heavier" side. By taking the two dis-similar weights, combining them, and then dividing them equally, did the problem go away. Not saying that is your problem, just a similar problem that was caused by a totally unexpected source. Jon FRG013
thanks for all answers to this open question. Actually, this phenomenon is observed on real single prop engine's airplane. it can be reproduced on FS2004 by activating gyro effect in the setting of simulation. The gyro effect is due to the reaction torque against the propeller torque according to the Newton first law of mechanics. For the moment, i try to correct that by either a constant opposite effort on roll axis (lil bit tiring in several hours of navigation) or a rudder effort on opposite, but i am not sure it is the right method to suppress that. Anyway, if anyone has any idea, feel free to add it;)
devon: How is everybody? Apologies for not updating server yet. Will get done soon. Gonna have to find some time to fly myself at some point. Lots going on between school work and planning vacation and flights for next year.
Oct 20, 2021 9:38:05 GMT -5