Becoming a pilot....... ( Raf and maybe flying a boeing later on )

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Blue_Wolf75
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When you are aerodynamic if you roll the aircraft you actually need into roll rudder because if I remember rightly the outboard wing is creating more lift by the effect of the aileron and thus is creating more drag which causes the aircraft to yaw towards the outboard wing.

But if purely using yaw you need to use opposing aileron to counteract the secondary roll but you fall out the sky like a brick if you do that. Aint side slipping fun.
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you need to counteract the horizontal position when it is inverted by adding a bit of down elevator in order to keep it in horizontal flight whilst rolling.
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bah
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DazYa
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Becoming an aircraft pilot was a backup career for me....

If i get a good class of degree, keep up my attitude at home and studying as well as part time work, hopefully my Dad may help me through funding
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Application Processed by UCAS 02 December 03

And I thought the dentistry deadling was 15th October
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DazYa
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Application Processed by UCAS 02 December 03

And I thought the dentistry deadling was 15th October
wtf you on about? that doesnt mean anything lol

let me tell you how it works

4 out of 4 offers are for dentistry.... the other 2 are freestyle sciency subjects

OWNED
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4 out of 4 offers are for dentistry.... the other 2 are freestyle sciency subjects
So why did you blank out the course codes?
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DazYa
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So why did you blank out the course codes?
because i can
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DazYa
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louise_1988 this is your last warning, if you stalk me one more time i will take away your ukl account

understand?
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PQ
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why not?
Because it makes you look like you're lying about the courses you applied for.

btw you should have been more thorough blanking out Loughborough
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DazYa
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(Original post by Pencil Queen)
Because it makes you look like you're lying about the courses you applied for.


btw you should have been more thorough blanking out Loughborough
think wat you want cripple ...... molester
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DazYa
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*is happy with the outcome*
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btw you should have been more thorough blanking out Loughborough
And "Jones" as well.
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DazYa
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And "Jones" as well.
yep that too
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(Original post by DazYaABBB)
Yes......... I knew that so basically if the plane turns flat, that's called yawing?? i.e. you'll need opposite aileron to compensate for the rudder and vice versa?
Not quite. If you yaw one way, and roll the other, you'll end up flying straight but out of balance. You'll be all squint.

Blue Wolf's explanation is right. You apply into-turn rudder to stay balanced; but if for some reason you want to apply a great deal of rudder to yaw, you need opposite aileron. You don't tend to use the rudder for anything other than small corrections to stay in balance, depending on the torque effect caused by prop slipstream.
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DazYa
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Not quite. If you yaw one way, and roll the other, you'll end up flying straight but out of balance. You'll be all squint.

Blue Wolf's explanation is right. You apply into-turn rudder to stay balanced; but if for some reason you want to apply a great deal of rudder to yaw, you need opposite aileron. You don't tend to use the rudder for anything other than small corrections to stay in balance, depending on the torque effect caused by prop slipstream.
are you talking about for full sized planes?
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Hi, my name is Rich and I'm going to Imperial this year. I want to join the ULAS and then apply for a job as fighter controller after i leave uni. Thing is, i used to have ashtma. I know that you can never be a pilot if this is the case, but if ur syptom free for at least 4 years you can join as ground crew.
What about entry to the ULAS? Does the 4 year rule apply or not?

Cheers,
Rich
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OH god this forum used to be a really useful place to get info about the RAF, but it really has desended into a string of insults. I'd not be suprised if wzz had invented all 3 of these goons and started arguing with himself!

Everyone please stop!
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Vladek
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oh come on i'm hardly serious

no wonder that guy argues with you lot its so so easy
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oh come on i'm hardly serious

no wonder that guy argues with you lot its so so easy
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_troll
feeling proud of yourself? :rolleyes:
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