Treaty in which the bases of practical and theoretical knowledge of the acrobatic figures are made known, so that the pilot achieves security in the execution of the same and precision in their execution.
The book "Vuelo Seguro" is written by D. Ramón Alonso Pardo, acrobatic flight world champion.
It is a simple book to read where you learn how to recover a loss or a spiral, among many other things, as well as other situations that can occur in any routine flight. Intended for all those who begin in the wonderful world of Acrobatics.
This treaty offers all the information necessary to achieve safe learning in the performance of aerial acrobatics. Multiple manoeuvres are explained in a simple way, and through diagrams and diagrams, which are the basis of a reliable and safe knowledge in this field.
For all those fans of aerial acrobatics, it is essential to perform each manoeuvre as perfectly as possible and with maximum safety. For this it is necessary that the performance of the acrobatic exercise is very precise.
Accuracy, coordination, and synchronization are necessary for the perfect performance of these acrobatic maneuvers. However, in order to achieve these objectives, a previous study, in-depth preparation and adequate training are necessary.
This book aims to provide security in the performance of the acrobatic maneuver and precision in its execution.
Its renowned author, Ramón Alonso Pardo, has more than 19,000 flight hours flown in 52 different types of aircraft. Of these, more than 3,000 are acrobatic. He holds two Crosses to the Aeronautical Merit as well as multiple titles, recognitions, classifications and medals that support the prestigious career of this World Champion Acrobatic Flight.
Author: Ramón Alonso Pardo
Publisher: Bucker Book, S.L.
Format: Soft Tapas
Size: 24 cm. X 16.8 cm.
No. of pages: 151
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Current detachment, loss of sustentation
Types of loss
Rate of loss
Speed of loss of manoeuvre
Ways to vary the angle of attack on an aircraft
Lever position and lever forces
INITIATION TO SPORTS ACROBATIC FLIGHT:
Accelerations and tube vision
Use of the equipment