Aerodynamics for Private Pilots Part II , Stabilty

  • Wednesday, March 11, 2015
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Toledo Executive Airport / EAA Chapter 582 Hangar


  • Aerodynamics relating to the principle of flight, including aircraft performance, stalls, spins and lift.

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Aerodynamics for Private Pilots


Speaker:  Bill David  



Bill's lecture on aerodynamics and discussion of angle of attack continues when he introduces the concepts of "P-factor" and "adverse yaw" on the stability of the aircraft.   

Forces that dramatically affect the “stability” of the aircraft will be presented along how these forces are produced. 

Finally, we will look at methods of control need to keep the aircraft flying. 

You won't want to miss part two of Bill's continuing series of "Aerodynamics for Private Pilots."

I hope that you will join me as we explore these subjects in an effort to make you more aware of what is taking place when you pilot your craft among the clouds.

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