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==Definition==
 
==Definition==
 
{{Definition|Notion=Vmcg|Definition=the minimum control speed on the ground, with one engine inoperative (critical engine on two engine airplanes), takeoff power on other engine(s), using aerodynamic controls only for directional control.}}
 
{{Definition|Notion=Vmcg|Definition=the minimum control speed on the ground, with one engine inoperative (critical engine on two engine airplanes), takeoff power on other engine(s), using aerodynamic controls only for directional control.}}
 
  
 
V<sub>mcg</sub> must be less than [[V1|V<sub>1</sub>]]
 
V<sub>mcg</sub> must be less than [[V1|V<sub>1</sub>]]
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==Related Articles==
 
==Related Articles==
 
* [[Aircraft Performance]]
 
* [[Aircraft Performance]]
* [[Vmcg|V<sub>mcg</sub>]]
 
 
* [[Vmca|V<sub>mca</sub>]]
 
* [[Vmca|V<sub>mca</sub>]]
 
* [[Vr|V<sub>r</sub>]]
 
* [[Vr|V<sub>r</sub>]]

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Vminimum control ground

Definition

Vmcg is defined as the minimum control speed on the ground, with one engine inoperative (critical engine on two engine airplanes), takeoff power on other engine(s), using aerodynamic controls only for directional control.


Vmcg must be less than V1

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