A maneuver in which an aircraft flys in a vertical circle.
an aerobatic maneuver whereby the airplane flies a vertical circle in the air. The easiest stunt of all to pull off, and any airplane with an elevator can do them. Just make sure you're not flying too close to the ground first... More details here.
A manoeuvre consisting of a complete revolution in flight in a vertical plane. The upper surface of the aeroplane or glider performing the manoeuvre is on the inside of the circle.
If ''x'' is a point in a space ''X'', a loop at ''x'' in ''X'' (or a loop in ''X'' with basepoint ''x'') is a path ''f'' in ''X'', such that ''f''(0) = ''f''(1) = ''x''. Equivalently, a loop in ''X'' is a continuous map from the unit circle ''S''1 into ''X''.
A path that connects with itself forming a circle.
an inner circle of advisors (especially under President Reagan); "he's no longer in the loop"
a flight maneuver; aircraft flies a complete circle in the vertical plane
fly loops, perform a loop; "the stunt pilot looped his plane"
a blueprint for the manoeuvre tactics that allow one to attack the mind of an opponent, to unravel its commander even before a battle begins
a circle at the very end of the pipe line under your house opposite the incoming line
a closed circle made of one cord segment crossing itself
Also called a turn; a circle of rope in which the rope crosses over itself, i.e. the end is placed over the standing part.
The easiest stunt of all in which the aircraft does a vertical loop in the air.
a bright of line that forms at least a half circle. Bringing the end parts near each other forms a closed loop, leaving them apart makes an open one.
A knot used to create a closed circle in a line. List of loop knots.
manoeuvre which consists of performing a full circle, the tightness of which depends on the amount of control given.
A circle of rope made by bringing two parts of the rope together without crossing them over each other
A piece of track which has been joined at its ends to form a continuous band. When played, it will go around in a circle until stopped providing a nice continuous sound.
1. The almond shaped section of the trace in a compulsory figure smaller than the corresponding circle within which it is skated. 2. Any compulsory figure consisting of two circles in which a smaller loop is executed midway around each circle of the figure.