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Teaching Atlas of Nuclear Medicine (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Teaching Atlas of Nuclear Medicine

Before the commencement of the war it was a gener ally accepted theory that a first-class pilot of an aéroplane could not be produced under a minimum of a year. Under present conditions the average young man can learn to handle an aeroplane and put it through all the known tricks Of looping, rolling, nose-dive spins, side-slips, etc., after a period of instruction of approximately no more than from twenty to thirty hours of actual ying.* That is a most extraordinary advance and it is in but slight part due to the improvements in engines and aeroplanes. Rather, it is almost entirely due to (l) the knowledge we now have as to how to execute aerial manoeuvers or aerobatics; (2) the improved methods of acquiring such knowledge, and (3) the confidence which we now know a pupil may have in attempting feats which, in the past, were looked 'upon as dangerous and as mere circus tricks.

This book is an attempt to explain in simple form, and for the benefit of novices, the general rules calculated to turn a raw pupil into an expert pilot in the shortest possible time and with the greatest possible degree of safety to himself and his aéreplane. Written during short periods of leave and at odd moments when off duty, I have not had the time to amplify it as fully as I should have liked; how ever, all it contains is based upon the hard lessons of prac tical experience and I feel that the rest to be learned can only be acquired in actual practice. If what I have written assists the pupil to approach his work in the air with intelligence and confidence, then half his battle is won be fore he begins and this little work has not been in vain.

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Titre: Teaching Atlas of Nuclear Medicine (Classic Reprint)
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Code EAN: 9780484442855
ISBN: 0484442856
Format: Livre Relié
nombre de pages: 128
Poids: 330g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T11mm
Année: 2017