|06-15-2004, 01:55 PM||#1|
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I am: Jean-Guy
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9C mixing question
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Hi all,I've mixed rudder to aileron for KE flight,If I do a straight pass over the runway at the same altitude its ok,but lets say I wont to start climbing in KE then my mix aint enough.is that possible to fix or I need to live with it?The plane is a UCD46,and when I apply rudder it wonts to roll in.I have 6 % ail to compensate, for level KE.
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|06-15-2004, 05:56 PM||#2|
I am: Boolean21
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The only way to fix an aircraft that has a non-linear coupling to the rudder is with a multi-point or curve mix.
I beleive that the 9C has the capability to do multi-point mixing. Basically you need to set a mix percentage at various points through the curve to compensate for the coupling at different rudder deflections.
So you might start out at 6% and then jump to say 10% beyond 50% of your stick deflection.
Most planes have good linear coupling that is easy to mix out until about 15-20 degrees of rudder deflection and then it starts to become non-linear and the mix percentages need to move around a fair bit to get rid of the coupling.
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