crossed controls


crossed controls
An application of aircraft controls opposite to those used in normal maneuvers (ailerons in one direction and rudder in the other). Crossed controls are normally applicable to ailerons and rudders. Except for intentional sideslips, crossed controls are neither normally required nor desirable.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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