• Nouveau

The aerobatic instructor’s guide

Auteur : Guérard Gautier
Rubrique : Pilotage & aéronautique
Editeur : Cépaduès Éditions

1943
30,00 €
TTC
Sur commande

Paiements 100% sécurisés

The qualification of aerobatic instructor is issued solely based on experience and therefore without prior training. It is therefore difficult for young instructors to perform well immediately in the difficult role of aerobatic tuition.
To overcome this major inconvenience, this guide offers a complete pedagogical framework, from positive aerobatic instruction all the way to teaching freestyle figures with a list of frequently seen mistakes and traps for each figure. It presents also a certain number of theoretical presentations, in particular the use of the wing-sight, the specific role of the ground controller and French and European regulations. Reading this work will therefore allow delivery of complete, good quality tuition for all levels.
This guide will also be useful for the young aerobatic pilot, as it will provide them with precious information on the different stages of training of this rich discipline that is aerobatics.


Foreword by Claude Bessière
Foreword by Louis Peña
Introduction to the English Version
Foreword
THE CAP 10
HISTORY
MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
UPSET RECOVERY TRAINING
INTRODUCTION
TYPICAL BRIEFING
PROGRAMME OF FLIGHTS
ADVANCED UPRT TRAINING
HUMAN FACTORS - AEROMEDICINE
GREY-OUT, BLACK-OUT, G-LOC
FLIGHT SAFETY
THE USE OF A PARACHUTE
AEROBATIC FLYING ZONES
POSITIVE AEROBATICS
INTRODUCTION
LESSON 1: FAMILIARISATION FLIGHT
LESSON 2: SET-UP, TAXIING, TAKE-OFF, LANDING
TAKE-OFF
LANDING
LESSON 3: INVERTED FLIGHT – RECOVERY FROM INVERTED FLIGHT
LESSON 4: GAINING SPEED
LESSON 5: THE LOOP
LESSON 6: NORMAL RECOVERY
LESSON 7: ERECT SPINS
LONG BRIEFING: USE OF THE WING-SIGHT
LESSON 8: REVERSE HALF CUBANS
LESSON 9: HALF CUBANS
LESSON 10: STALL TURNS
LESSON 11: INVERTED TURNS
LESSON 12: ADVANCED AEROBATIC FIGURES
LESSON 13: SAFETY FIGURES
LESSON 14: THE FIRST AEROBATIC SOLO
LESSON 15: THE SEQUENCE
LESSON 16: POSITIVE AEROBATICS SIGNOFF
ADVANCED AND NEGATIVE AEROBATICS
INTRODUCTION
INVERTED FIGURES
ADVANCED FIGURES, SOME MORE ROLLS…
ADVANCED FIGURES – FLICK ROLLS 129
ADVANCED FIGURES – ERECT AND INVERTED SPINS
ADVANCED FIGURES – ROLLING TURNS
VARIOUS REMARKS
THE FIRST SOLO, THE ADVANCED AND NEGATIVE AEROBATICS SIGN-OFF
TRANSITION TO SINGLE-SEATERS AND HIGH PERFORMANCE AEROBATICS AIRCRAFT
INTRODUCTION
GOING SOLO IN AN EA200
GOING SOLO IN A CAP232 OR EA330SC
FAMILIARISATION ON HIGH PERFORMANCE AEROBATICS AIRCRAFT
FREESTYLE
INTRODUCTION
ERECT FLAT SPIN
INVERTED FLAT SPIN
VARIOUS FIGURES AND THEIR HUMAN FACTORS
COMPETITIONS
INTRODUCTION
COMPETITION LEVELS
THE DIFFERENT PROGRAMMES
RULES FOR DRAWING UP A GOOD FREE OR KNOWN FREE SEQUENCE
COMPETITION PREPARATION
TRAPS AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
COMPETITION MANAGEMENT
THE BOX
GROUND CONTROL
A FEW RULES
FLIGHT SAFETY
HANDLING UNEXPECTED SITUATIONS AND PREPARING FOR THEM
DIFFERENT FACETS IN THE ROLE OF A GROUND CONTROLLER
LEGAL ENVIRONMENT
2007 decree
ENVIRONMENT PUT IN PLACE BY THE FRENCH AERONAUTICAL FEDERATION
EASA Aircrew Part FCL – Article FCL.800
EASA Aircrew part FCL – UPRT
FAA Aerobatics regulations
Transport Canada regulations
CASA Regulations (Australia)
CAA New Zealand Regulations
South-African regulations
BIBLIOGRAPHY
APPRAISAL

1943

Fiche technique

Langue
Français
Maison d'édition
Cépaduès
Collection
Avion
Public concerné
Élève pilote
Public concerné
Élève pilote ULM

Cliquez ici pour laisser un commentaire

Consentement aux cookies