Definition of Sideslipping
1. sideslip [v] - See also: sideslip
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sideslipping
Literary usage of Sideslipping
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Applied Aerodynamics by Leonard Bairstow (1920)
"Tn general the effect of turning without sideslipping is produced by using ... A positive value of v corresponds with sideslipping to the right or a gust ..."
2. Practical Flying: Complete Course of Flying Instruction by William Gordon McMinnies, Henry Graeme Anderson (1918)
"If the bubble is near the top wing on a turn it indicates that the machine is sideslipping inwards and that the bank is too steep. ..."
3. Cycling Art, Energy and Locomotion: A Series of Remarks on the Development by Robert Pittis Scott (1889)
"One of the principal causes of the falling out of favor of the ' Kangaroo" type of Safety was the great proneness it had to sideslipping upon greasy roads, ..."
4. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"... who accepted fight, and for an hour they did every trick known to flying—stalling, banking, sideslipping, and looping—in order to get in the first shot. ..."
5. Old Morocco and the Forbidden Atlas by Clarence Edward Andrews (1922)
"It was like the experience of being in an aeroplane that is sideslipping close to the ground; an eternity of waiting for the inevitable final crash. ..."