Adverse Yaw

The main aircraft that I have used to look into this issue is the Cessna 172 and the 152. However, it should be the same for every aircraft.
The physics of adverse yaw are absent, even when on the most realistic settings. If you want to see this in action, put the airplane in cruise, and do brisk rolls to the left and right without any rudder correction. In real life, you would see the nose initially swinging to the outside of the turn due to adverse yaw. The aileron that is being deflected downwards creates a drag on that wing, which causes the nose to momentarily swing to the outside of the turn. It would be awesome to see this accurately represented in the sim in all aircraft!

Source: Flight Instructing in 172s.

Duplicate bug report.
3 posts were merged into an existing topic: Still NO Adverse Yaw Effect on C152 and C172