I am looking at entry dynamics for a convex blunt aeroshell. We use Heading angle, bank angle and flight path angle for description of attitude from local horizon axes system. While it is sufficiently clear from vectorial definition what these angles are, it is difficult to describe them while explaining it in person. More so, in describing angle of attack and bank angle.
Is there a good way to visualize these angles when thinking of an axisymmetric aeroshell? It has proven difficult for me to explain these, especially to fellow aerospace engineering professionals from aeronautics side (almost all around me), who are corrupted by clear visualisation w.r.t forward direction and wing orientation.
How to paint a complete picture of an aero-assist scenario that describes wind frame angles, angle of attack and lift and drag vectors on an a convention aeroshell in a fairly intuitive manner?