Turn Coordinator (Aviation Asset)

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  • [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]Turn Coordinator Instrument

  • [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]Indicates the direction of the turn.

  • [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]Indicates standard-rate turn of 3 degrees per second/360 degree turn in 2 minutes.

  • [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]Indicates the quality (coordinat[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]ed [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]or [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]slipping/skidding[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]) of the turn.

  • ​​​​​​​**[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]Demonstration Widget**

  • [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]Demonstrates the Turn Coordinator with the plug and play setup.

  • [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]Demonstration Map With Demo Pawn

  • [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]The Demo Pawn functionality is to pitch, roll, [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]and [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]yaw [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]with [FONT=Arial, sans-serif]adverse yaw tendency (in a roll, the aircraft has a tendency to yaw away from the intended direction of the turn).

[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]About The Turn Coordinator

[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]**Turn Coordinator. **An instrument designed to indicate the direction and rate of turn an aircraft and the amount of slipping or skidding in the turn.

[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]**S****tandard-rate turn. **The instrument can be used to establish and maintain a standard-rate turn (3 degrees per second or 360 degree turn in 2 minutes) by aligning the wings of the miniature airplane with the turn index markings. There are two markings on each side (left and right) on the face of the instrument. The first mark is used to reference a wings level zero rate of turn. The second mark indicates the standard-rate turn. The standard-rate turn is useful for holding patterns and in IFR navigation.

[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]**Inclinometer. **A liquid-filled curved tube with a ball inside which indicates the quality (coordination) of the turn. The instrument is used to depict aircraft yaw, which is the side-to-side movement of the aircraft’s nose. Coordinated flight is maintained by keeping the ball centered. If the ball is not centered, it can be corrected by using the rudder (step on the ball).

Engine Versions: 4.19 - 4.21