ARI function on barell roll in F16 ?

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Unread post12 Sep 2017, 06:43

If the pilot want to barell roll , ARI function is to deflect upper aileron more than lower one and adding little rudder or just deflecting rudder ?
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Unread post12 Sep 2017, 07:56

ARI moves only the rudder.
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Unread post23 Sep 2017, 08:57

johnwill wrote:ARI moves only the rudder.
But the name is Interconnection between this two.IF the pilot STOMP ON RUDDER , at 300Knts or lower , he/she will GET THE SAME ANSWER if the a/c IS trimm. for 1G (slow roll) like wise , if ailerons is use to do a slow roll the rudder is deploy at same angles without pilot pushing the feet on rudder pedal ? It is difference in gain if you use this two situation ? I mean if primary control is rudder and then ailerons . Gums is welcome to answer because block 10 is the plane of for me in the simm.

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