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Με αφορμη καποια πραγματα που γραφτηκαν στο θεμα "Κοπή πίτας ΕΑΑ - Πτήσεις σε εσωτερικό χώρο" http://www.aeromodelling.gr/ForumS/index.php?topic=463.0 σχετικα με πτητικες ικανοτητες, ταλεντα, χερια, πτητικη ωριμοτητα κτλ. παραθετω το παρακατω κειμενο ,στα Αγγλικα δυστυχως, που οριζει αυτο που λενε οι Αμερικανοι "Awesome Pilot" δηλαδη το μοντελο πιλοτου που αντιμετωπιζεται απο το κοινο του με δεος.

Εχουμε και λεμε λοιπον:

WHAT'S AN AWESOME PILOT?

An awesome pilot is someone who can dazzle spectators from casual observers to accomplished pilots. This is done by a combination of precision flying and 3D flying. To prove you are an awesome pilot you can enter contests like IMAC sequence, IMAC Freestyle, Pattern Sequence, Pattern Artistic Aerobatics, or you can go head to head with all types of aircraft at IMAA fly-ins. Fly-ins are dangerous and exciting because pilots share the stage with other dissimilar aircraft. At a fly-in, one pilot may be doing slow 3D maneuvers while a jet passes by just inches away at 200 mph. At fly-ins, the hot shot pilots are there to put on the dog. You can also put together a multi-plane show routine. A 2 plane routine is MUCH, MUCH (did I say much?) harder than it looks. Pilots who make it look good must be excellent pilots who have put a lot of effort into practicing together and choreography.

An awesome pilot will:

- Fly with awesome precision.
- Fly a straight and level line, even in high wind. Always fly parallel to the runway. Don't drift and don't purposely fly skewed to the runway. Either fly straight out or straight in or circle out or in.
- Always be flying maneuvers, never just flying around aimlessly.
- Be acutely aware of the wind direction and speed to compensate with rudder and throttle.
- Have a plan on what to fly before taking off.
- Always be a better pilot after each flight by paying attention to details and learning something each flight.
- Fly maneuvers gracefully and at constant speed with the same quality both upwind and downwind.
- Fly all maneuvers under control at all times. While some maneuvers may scare the casual observer, other pilot's familiar with your flying will be amused.
- Practice a lot.
- Roll and snap to the left as well and as often as to the right.
- Present maneuvers properly by centering loops, rolls, Cuban 8's.
- Go home with plane intact.


The major skills of an awesome pilot are to:

- Be awesome in envisioning maneuvers for awesome symmetry.
- Be awesome on the rudder for awesome straight figures.
- Be awesome on the throttle for awesome energy management.

Once you  envision the maneuver you wish to fly, rudder control and throttle management are crucial to it's accurate completion. Rudder control keeps your heading accurate without rolling/ banking the aircraft. A plane flown with awesome rudder control flies maneuvers straight and true in all wind conditions. Throttle/energy management takes into account the aircraft's power to weight ratio, the aircraft's drag (profile drag and propeller induced drag), and wind heading and wind velocity.

RUDDER SKILLS:

An awesome pilot will use the rudder early often. Set a distance away from you that you wish to fly, say 500 feet. Maintain that distance at all times. Adjust for the wind and for maneuvers which are flown incorrectly. If you find yourself too far in or out, or that you are not on the correct heading, don't bank and yank to move the plane back onto course. Use rudder to correct heading and BE SNEAKY about it. Slowly apply the rudder to get you on the heading you desire, then slowly get off the rudder. Don't bang the rudder correction. You can slip back into position completely unnoticed by the untrained eye.
Don't fly a racetrack pattern unless you are forced to by other airplane traffic. If you are forced to fly racetrack, practice center maneuvers only. At the ends, practice 180 degree rolling circles or 180 degree turns in the pattern.


THROTTLE SKILLS:

The left stick is the throttle. It can stop between the top and the bottom. Try it. Gas planes slow down very fast when the stick is at the bottom. Move it forward a little when you are landing. For loops, if you have a powerful plane, you should be at 3/4 throttle at the bottom while entering the loop, then at full throttle when perfectly vertical, then reducing the throttle to 1/2 at the top of the loop, then at idle just after the top and when pointing vertically down, then up to 1/4 through the bottom of the loop (especially if you are now headed into the wind), then back to 3/4 throttle. Throttle position changes with wind conditions. Fly in both directions and see what you need to do with the throttle.
 


GENERAL WIND CORRECTION

Maneuvers need to stay on the ground heading that you have envisioned. As you see explanations on how to perform the various maneuvers, you will need to refer to this section for making wind corrections. Each maneuver has its own particular wind correction techniques, and they will be addressed individually as well.
- In any wind condition you want to be in a slow or stalled condition for as little time as possible.
- In verticals, for a headwind, pull less than vertical. As the plane slows, more correction is necessary. Straighten up just before the maneuver. After the maneuver, push down to fly away from you.
- In a cross wind where you are pulling to vertical, aileron roll just one or two degrees into the wind before pulling up. This will do two things, 1) it will yaw the plane unnoticeably and 2) it will yaw the plane when you have the greatest speed to somewhat overcorrect distance-wise at the bottom when you know that you will be blown uncontrollably downwind at the top when the aircraft is stalled when doing hammers, tailslides and spins.
- Throttle and Speed: Fly faster than usual in a crosswind to minimize seeing yaw. For vertical maneuvers, fly as fast as possible vertically upwards, then slow down as quickly as possible by chopping the throttle so that you are at low airspeed for a minimal amount of time because when you are stalled, the plane is going downwind and you cannot make corrections at that time.
- On vertical downlines, have the throttle at idle, but correct with yaw a lot if necessary. In 30 mph winds, the plane may be at a 30 degree angle into the wind in a descent. Hold the correction until just before pullout. If you pull out without straightening up first, you will actually point the wrong direction. Straighten out to a perfectly vertical descent while simultaneously rolling just 1 or 2 degrees into the wind before pulling out. This will keep you on track.
- In maneuvers which have portions which are both upwind and downwind like circles, loops and 8's, you may need a tremendous difference is airspeed (throttle). In a  15 mph wind, you will need full throttle into the wind, and be at 1/2 throttle when traveling downwind. Remember that your airplane's speed may be 105 mph at full throttle and 75 mph at 1/2 throttle. In a 15 mph wind, that's 75 + 15 = 90mph downwind and 105 - 15 = 90 mph upwind. At 90 degrees to dead upwind/downwind, there is a dead crosswind. This makes rolling circles much more difficult. At least with loops you don't have to deal with the crosswind component. In a loop you deal only with differing amounts of headwind/tailwind
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Ειναι καλο κατα τη γνωμη μου οσοι ασχολουμαστε μ'αυτο το ειδος πτησης να ξερουμε που βρισκομαστε και που παταμε, οχι για να αισθανομαστε μειονεκτικα και να απογοητευομαστε εχοντας ως σημειο αναφορας το παραπανω, αλλα για να βελτιωνομαστε και να προσπαθουμε συνεχως να το προσεγγισουμε εστω και αν ειμαστε καποια χιλιομετρα μακρυα....

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