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Advanced Aerobatics - Szurovy, Geza - ISBN: 9780070633025
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Presents a lesson-by-lesson guide, the sequential cockpit-view photographs, and computer graphics provide a primer on 20 advanced aerobatics maneuvers.

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Titel: Advanced Aerobatics
auteur: Szurovy, Geza
Mediatype: Boek
Taal: Engels
Druk: 01
Aantal pagina's: 235
Uitgever: Mcgraw-hill Education - Europe
Plaats van publicatie: 01
NUR: Luchtvaart
Afmetingen: 188 x 235 x 13
Gewicht: 444 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 0070633029
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780070633025
Intern nummer: 3755503

Inhoudsopgave

Acknowledgments xv
Introduction xvii
The world of advanced aerobatics
1(18)
What is advanced aerobatics?
1(3)
The importance of basic skills
4(1)
Advanced competition flying
5(8)
The International Aerobatic Club and the competition scene
6(4)
The FAI Aerobatic Catalog and the concept of constructing figures
10(1)
The aerobatic box
11(1)
International competition
11(2)
IAC achievement awards
13(6)
Deciphering Aresti
15(4)
Getting off the ground
19(18)
Theory revisited
19(7)
Energy management
19(1)
Lift and angle of attack
20(1)
Gyroscopic precession
21(3)
Slipstream
24(1)
Torque
25(1)
Pilot proficiency and condition
26(1)
Aircraft considerations and choice
27(6)
Aerobatic objectives
31(1)
Pilot proficiency
31(1)
Aircraft performance
31(1)
Aircraft price and operating cost
32(1)
The importance of advanced instruction and coaching
33(1)
And bear in mind
34(3)
Federal Aviation Regulations
34(1)
Your parachute
35(1)
Preflight inspections
35(1)
Technical inspections at competitions
35(1)
Don't forget to smell the roses
35(2)
Horizontal inside snap rolls
37(10)
Flying it
39(1)
The finer points
40(1)
Common errors
41(6)
Leo Loudenslager's world-champion snap roll secrets
43(4)
Vertical rolls
47(12)
Flying it
49(3)
Setting the vertical line
50(2)
The roll
52(1)
The finer points
52(1)
Style
52(1)
Common errors
53(6)
Failure to establish proper vertical alignment
53(2)
Sideslip
55(1)
Elevator input on the vertical line
56(1)
Patty Wagstaff on perfecting the vertical roll
57(2)
Hesitation rolls
59(12)
Flying it
59(4)
The finer points
63(1)
Common errors
63(8)
``Bobbling'' the points
63(1)
Losing altitude
63(2)
Varying roll rates between points on the vertical line
65(2)
Pitts, an American legend
67(4)
Outside maneuvers
71(8)
Flying it
71(4)
The outside half loop from inverted
72(2)
The full outside loop
74(1)
The finer points
75(1)
Common errors
76(3)
Going as much as 90° off heading at the top of the loop
76(1)
The outside loop gets too big
77(1)
The bottom of the loop is hooked
77(2)
Rolling circles
79(10)
Flying it
80(6)
A 90° inside rolling circle to the left from upright
80(1)
A 90° inside rolling circle to the left from inverted
81(1)
A 90° upright outside rolling circle to the left
81(4)
A 90° outside rolling circle to the left from inverted
85(1)
The finer points
86(1)
Common errors
86(3)
The airplane snaps out of the maneuver
86(1)
The maneuver looks segmented
86(1)
The roll rate accelerates
86(1)
When rolling outside, the nose drops (dishes)
87(2)
Tailslides
89(8)
Flying it
89(4)
The finer points
93(1)
Common errors
93(4)
Failure to reduce power soon enough
93(1)
Sideslip
94(1)
Wing low on the vertical line
94(1)
Know your parachute
95(2)
Advanced snap rolls
97(10)
Vertical snap roll
97(1)
Flying it
98(1)
The finer points
99(1)
Common errors
99(4)
The snap roll is performed too soon
99(1)
Failure to accelerate the snap roll sufficiently
99(2)
Inability to perform the maneuver without straight reference lines on the ground
101(1)
Outside snap rolls
101(1)
Horizontal outside snap roll
102(1)
Vertical outside snap roll
103(1)
Common errors
103(1)
The stall is not initiated aggressively enough
103(1)
The outside snap roll is not accelerated sufficiently
103(1)
Fractions of snaps
103(1)
Common errors
104(3)
The recovery is bobbled
104(1)
Acceleration is insufficient
104(1)
From a garage to the top of the world: Story of a world-class monoplane
105(2)
Advanced Spins
107(16)
Inverted spins
114(1)
Flying it
114(1)
The finer points
115(1)
Accelerated and flat spins
115(4)
Upright accelerated and flat spins
116(2)
Inverted accelerated and flat spins
118(1)
Common errors
119(4)
The inverted spin is attempted before the pilot is ready
119(1)
Failure to develop internal timing for performing inverted spins
119(1)
The accelerated spin is accelerated before it is fully developed
120(1)
Failure to apply the required amount of control inputs in a flat spin
120(1)
Advanced Aerobatic Maneuvers in History
121(2)
Gyroscopic maneuvers
123(8)
Origins
123(3)
The Lomcevak
123(1)
Difficulties in judging and restriction to the four-minute freestyle
124(1)
The torque roll
124(1)
The Zwibelturm
124(1)
The knife-edge spin
124(1)
Infinite variations
125(1)
Flying them
126(1)
The four-minute freestyle
127(4)
Training for it
128(1)
Trends
128(1)
World champion Xavier de L' Apparent's four-minute freestyle tips
129(2)
Advanced sequence composition
131(16)
Aircraft performance
131(4)
Low vertical performance and roll rate
133(1)
High vertical performance and roll rate
134(1)
Pilot skill
135(1)
Presentation style
136(1)
Ballet
136(1)
Rock and roll
136(1)
Sequence review
136(11)
Sportsman
136(2)
Intermediate
138(1)
Advanced
138(2)
Unlimited
140(5)
Diana Hakala on freestyle construction
145(2)
Presentation
147(6)
The importance of good presentation
147(2)
The performance zone
149(4)
John Morrissey, U.S. Team Coach, on competition training
151(2)
Handling the wind
153(14)
Wind-correcting for maneuver accuracy
153(2)
Wind-correcting for positioning
155(12)
Wind correctors
157(2)
Turning windward
159(1)
Sideslip
160(3)
Phil Knight on conquering the wind
163(4)
Competition training
167(12)
Physical conditioning
168(2)
Conditioning program during the competition season
169(1)
Conditioning program during the off season
169(1)
Mental training
170(2)
Visualization
170(1)
Mike Goulian's precompetition visualization
171(1)
Coaching
172(7)
Steve Victorson on Mike Goulian's physical fitness program
175(4)
Advanced aerobatic aircraft
179(50)
AkroTech Aviation
179(3)
Giles G-200
180(1)
Giles G-202
181(1)
Aviat
182(4)
Pitts S-1S
183(1)
Pitts S-1T
183(1)
Pitts S-2A
183(1)
Pitts S-2B
184(1)
Pitts S-2S
184(1)
Eagle
184(2)
Avions Mudry
186(3)
CAP 10B
186(1)
CAP 231/231EX
187(1)
CAP 232
188(1)
Extra Flugzeugbau
189(3)
Extra 300
190(1)
Extra 300S
190(1)
Extra 300L
190(1)
Extra 200
190(2)
One Design
192(1)
Staudacher
193(3)
Staudacher 300GS
194(2)
Sukhoi Design Bureau
196(3)
SU-26MX
196(1)
SU-29
197(1)
SU-31
198(1)
Yakovlev Design Bureau
199(1)
Zivko
200(1)
Zlin
201(2)
Appendices
A Useful addresses
203(2)
B Selected maneuver definitions, IAC Rule Book
205(4)
C Grading the Unlimited four-minute freestyle program
209(2)
D International Aerobatic Club Achievement Awards Program
211(4)
E Freestyle program composition forms
215(4)
F Sample page from FAI Aerobatic Catalog
219(2)
G Aerobatic schools
221(8)
Index 229(7)
About the authors 236

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