ARESTI DICTIONARY PDF

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It provided the foundation for the Aresti Catalogue Condensed that we use today. Initially the Sistema Aresti Dictionary depicted some 3, figures, each with their own difficulty coefficient, and over time this number inevitably increased. By the Third FAI World Aerobatic Championship in Bilbao however CIVA had introduced an improved and simplified grading system, and this forms the basis for the structure that we all use in the second decade of the 20th century. Aerobatic figures were initially divided into nine families, the first eight of which provided the 'base' figures onto which the aileron rolls of family-9 could be superimposed to create composite figures.

Family-4 originally provided all of the possible variations of spins, but the later adoption of a wider range of base figures that could all have spins added to them led to this family becoming unused and the spin elements are now included in roll family A logical approach to determining the difficulty coefficient of the whole figure was also introduced.

The catalogue of figures that we use today is developed in response to updates and additions approved each year by the CIVA plenary, and now the Aresti Catalogue Condensed is produced and distributed solely by Aresti System S.

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It provided the foundation for the Aresti Catalogue Condensed that we use today. Initially the Sistema Aresti Dictionary depicted some 3, figures, each with their own difficulty coefficient, and over time this number inevitably increased. By the Third FAI World Aerobatic Championship in Bilbao however CIVA had introduced an improved and simplified grading system, and this forms the basis for the structure that we all use in the second decade of the 20th century. Aerobatic figures were initially divided into nine families, the first eight of which provided the 'base' figures onto which the aileron rolls of family-9 could be superimposed to create composite figures.

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The catalog broadly classifies manoeuvers into numbered families. Families 1 through 8 depict basic figures, such as turns, loops and vertical lines; family 9 depicts rotational elements that can be added to basic figures to increase difficulty, change the direction of flight or invert the g-loading of the aircraft. In Aresti notation, solid lines represent upright or positive-g manoeuvers and dashed lines represent inverted or negative-g manoeuvers; these are sometimes depicted in red. Thick dot represents the beginning of the manoeuver, while a short perpendicular line represents the end. Stalled wing manoeuvers such as spins and snap flick rolls are represented by triangles. Arrows represent rolling manoeuvers with numbers representing the extent and number of segments of the roll.

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