Hi all, If anything here is incorrect or confusing or seems trivially simple, I apologize: I'm not a physicist and created an account specifically to get help on this from some people who are! My question is this: Assume a plane has a constant airspeed and you wish to fly a circular pattern (with a specific, constant turn radius). Wind speed and direction are also known and constant. (So bank angle would need to be continuously changing in order to maintain the circular path.) How would you go about expressing the plane's angular velocity/position on the circle as a function of time? I've tried a couple of things but I'm fairly sure there's something I'm missing or misunderstanding. Thanks in advance for your help!