In the Aerofly FS wiki, I see that the AeroWing class has an attribute for downwash (it's not well explained, actually).
I assume this controls the amount of downwash an AeroWing receives from itself or from another AeroWing (e.g. the downwash produced by the main wing and acting on the horizontal stabilizer).
My question is this: is the actual downwash of one wing on another calculated with or without lag due to the distance between the AeroWings?
An example to better understand the issue: let's say the aircraft AoA impulsively goes from 2 degree to 4 degrees. Even if the main wing downwash doubles, it will take some finite time before the increased downwash travels downstream and "hits" the horizontal stabilizer.
In the conventional stability-derivative-based flight models, this is accounted for using the so called "alpha-dot" derivatives.
These alpha-dot derivatives affect the short period dynamics of the aircraft, and if not accounted for, produce a virtual aircraft that is more stable than it should be in reality.
Does Aerofly FS accounts for this time lag of downwash? In case it does not, are you planning to add it in future?