Agora gy tcjk nexaúpR 02, 2010 4 pagos Deportes de aventura Puenting Tracking Montañismo Parapente Kayak Parapente The Wing (parachute contraction pending) is a sport born in the late twentieth century, the inventiveness of climbers who wanted to fly down with a parachute from the peaks they had climbed. The vwng, and someti amed the same ora name, paragliding. Th er. n uld be something like flexible lightweig otor because flexible because ther up the wing, so you can put it in the trun of all equipment, usually about 25-30 kg although there are mountain equipment ith a mass of approximately 8 kg.
The pilot and passenger glider occasionally be equipped with required safety equipment, helmets and parachute and with vanous electronic instruments or altivario vanometer, GPS and radio equipment. paragllding biplaza. Al be a flap between 22 and 31m 2, especially turbulence and shear can produce folded deforming the airfoil, thus losing part of its carrying capacity and coming in different flight configurations: asymmetric folded or front, autorotation, spin, etc.
If the incident occurs at a sufficient height, usually can return o the natural settings offlight, but if not, there is a last resort to use a very basic parachute for an emergency that occurs rarely. A portion of the formation of a paraglider is just learning to control the glider in flight i incidents. This type of course is called IMS (Incident in Flight Simulation. ) In this course the pilot Will learn to control the glider in front of an incident, a useful maneuvers (spins, losses) and the proper use of emergency parachutes.
Such courses are conducted over water for safety in case of having to use the reserve parachute to the presence of a rescue boat. The maximum and minimum relative velocities for intermediate glider model is: Maximum speed: SO km / hour. Minimum speed: 24 km / h, a competition glider can exceed 60 miles per hour and a glide ratio, or «fineness» of 1 0:1, meaning that for every 10 meters on air it advances down a (we think that being in the air, the Speed in this case Will always be on the strength and direction of wind, not to be confused with the actual Speed the GPS ground).
It is able to take off, fly and land with a flap by the media of the pilot, ie, on foot. Ideally from a not very steep slope and faced ith a moderate breeze of about 10-20 km / h or less even ifthey are to fly near the sea, because the air Will have a greater density there due to some atmospheric pressures and higher relative humidities. After the pilot Will sit comfortably in a chair or harness attached to the band suspension system with two carabiners.
The flight is a pendulum, which means that the pilot has direct control over only tuvo ofthe three planes in flight, bank (with the riders weight and brakes) and pitching with both brake and accelerator simultaneously) yaw therefore, lacking tail, is outside he control of the pilot. Parag Paraglider taking off tracción. otra possible way to launch the glider is to do with traction around fixed or mechanical splicer operator controls giving a tension to a cable.
This is hooked into the harness by a quick release system, which Will trigger when the pilot tells Turner. It is a type of flight characteristic of Plains (especially in deserts where there are the greatest heights) and hence the duration of the flight depends on the pilot’s abiliõy to achieve high as possible and then find rising air currents. Paramotor flying. Or you can see paragliders Wing vvhen it attaches to a seat or harness with a gasoline combustion engine and a propeller of two or three blades that propels the whole system Will of the pilot.
Although the wings of both aircraft are the same or very similar, the weather, flying techniques with or without motor and environmental impact Vary greatly between them. A planner in aire. La science of glidlng and, consequently, the glider is based on the thermals and the dynamic currents. The first is produced by heating an air mass by conduction, ie by the contact of air above a soil heated by sunlight. This air mass expands as temperature rises and is lighter than the surrounding air, so once the resistance created by the same viscosity of air, begins to rise as bubbles or as vertical currents more or less cyclical .
This ascension of hot air, called thermal engine is used by all aircraft gliders. In the second case takes a 3Lvf4 called thermal engine is used by all aircraft gliders. In the second case takes advantage of the upward direction of the wind to save some obstacle, technique almost always reserved some shorebirds and paragliding. In thermal flying, skill is in focus the pstream channel for maximum rate of climb but losing Iow as possible in the rotation.
But befare that we find those thermals, may be adrift in the more arid land on the slopes with the highest incidence of sunlight, in the lee of obstacles, and also convective clouds or clusters of mark As shown lenticular clouds or high wind speeds can tell the wind direction by the shape of the clouds. Cumulonimbus capillatus incus. Las descent caused by a storm cloud or cumulonimbus clouds are so large that go beyond the aircraft and are a danger to the pilot, both by the sheer altitude t coming up (sometimes 1 0,000 meters), for the decline that we suffer due to zero visibility and because of the turbulence that can exist within it.
The return flight is a heat that occurs at sunset, when large masses, especially rocks and arid lands, returned to the atmosphere gradually the stored heat during hot days with little WInd, generating smooth descent but of enormous dimensions, This action increases in the valleys by the fresh streams, or katabatic wind coming down along the slopes after sunset. EscucharLeer fonéticamente Diccionario – Ver diccionario detallado I