|Have you ever noticed the flight surfaces, and thus the yoke, are deflected a considerable amount by turbulence, especially upwards/downwards gusts, of course assuming you not resist holding the yoke in place firmly?
I expect to be same changes in feel/pressure, but to deflect the yoke considerable? How have you experienced?
I use to fly in pretty good weather and I haven't notice the yoke to want to deflect on its own if I let it free when the wing is hitted by a gust or so. But I think it depends a lot on gust intensity, thus I don't use to fly in bad weather, I think this is the reason I haven't noticed it.
I figure out when the wing encounters a draft the ailerons might cancel each other the opposite deflection due to inertia, but what about the elevator? There's nothing to cancel it out in this case. Or even in the aileron case, is the inertia too low to notice a considerable deflection?