Flight dynamics - velocity component, Other Engineering

Force, Moment, Velocity and Angular Velocity Components
• Aerodynamic Force Components
- X, Y, Z
• Velocity Components
- U, V, W (or Vx, Vy, Vx)
• Angular Velocity Components
- P, Q, R
• P=Roll rate
• Q=Pitch Rate
• R=Yaw rate

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