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Old 12-20-2010, 12:41 PM
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Tall Paul
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Default RE: longitudinal dihedral

Wing incidence... if the most forward part of the leading edge and the trailing edge are at zero relative to a fuselage reference line, or the mid-line of the horizontal, then you have zero incidence.
If the wing has any tilting up, then its incidence isn't zero.
Usually only a aerobatic plane with a symmetrical section might have zero longitudinal dihedral.
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