Definition of Sideslips
1. sideslip [v] - See also: sideslip
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Literary usage of Sideslips
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Aviation Medicine in the A. E. F. by William Holland Wilmer (1920)
"The pilot is apt to under control, hesitates to bank his machine in making a turn, and as a result he sideslips. In making a landing on small fields he ..."
2. Applied Aerodynamics by Leonard Bairstow (1920)
"... sideslips in more rapidly, and so on, the result being a spiral. There is a limit to the rate of turning, but the more formal treatment of disturbed ..."
3. The Aeroplane: A Concise Scientific Sudy by Arthur Fage (1915)
"Under the action of gravity the machine now sideslips to the right. A reverse motion will then occur, so that finally big unstable yawing and rolling ..."
4. Automobile Driving Self-taught: An Exhaustive Treatise on the Operation by Thomas Herbert Russell (1909)
"Now, as a matter of fact, sideslip is one of those things which come upon one suddenly; but if a number of such sideslips are analyzed they will be found to ..."
5. Practical Flying: Complete Course of Flying Instruction by William Gordon McMinnies, Henry Graeme Anderson (1918)
"Turning It is a bad plan at any time to turn near the ground because there is little air space in which to correct bumps, sideslips, or any other unexpected ..."
6. The Horseless Age (1904)
"Very few stops have been experienced, and they were of small importance, except the results of two sideslips which occurred at the same time near Bath. ..."