I disagree. It is easy to say what is natural, but hard to show it. After
someone has been flying for a while it sure feels natural. But when I have
a new student I find that very often they "over control" the aircraft. I
can get them to quite down by convincing them to "just use pressure".
Maybe we are just arguing semantics, but I think that it is learned, not
> From: Gordan Sikic <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
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> Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2004 09:22:17 +0100
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> Subject: Re: [Flightgear-devel] control surface normalization
>> Pilots are taught to think in terms of pressure on stick not displacement.
>> That is part of the reason that the F-16 is built the way it is.
> Thats OK, I agree, with one small change:
> pilots are not *taught* to think in terms in terms of pressure on stick.
> It is the natural way of "sensing the aircraft".
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