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What are advantages and disadvantages of flying kites?
How to Actually Fly a KiteFor many kites, the best way is to set up the kite down wind of where you want to fly and pay out around 150 feet of line while walking to your flyin…g spot. Turn, face your kite, and have someone hold the kite above their head and walk backward until all the slack is taken out of the line. Then, let them throw the kite into the air. Some kites can be launched without assistance, especially those with a delta wing shape. They'll stand up on their wing tips with a gentle pull on the lines; a sharp tug from there will be enough to launch it.
The way the string attaches to the kite causes it to stay at the proper angle; then the wind hits the front or top part first and moves to the bottom or tail, it forces the ki…te upward.
the wind in the sky blow the kite therefore helps the kite go up into the air so the kite can fly A kite flys by the wind blowing beneath the kite wich makes the kite go high…er
because they have wings
In places that are not windy i guess. cause i kite needs wind to fly!
Wind causes lift to be applied (suction on the top surfaces) just like on an airplane's wings, and the air below the kite bunches up, thus pushing up on the kite.
The answer is wind.
Advantages:The flying shuttle let weavers make cloth a lot faster than the normal tedious methods of hand making clothIt also let weavers make a wider piece of cloth Disadvant…ages:People were jealous of the idea and threatened the inventor, John Kay by trashing his housereplaced weavers risking unemployment (but only slightly)
Advantages: 1)It is a popular form of entertainment. 2)it is one of the easiest hobbies to learn. Disadvantages: 1)A lot of fatal accidents can occur. 2)The wires can brutall…y cut off some man's throat.
Wind causes them to lift.
Kite flyer's will tell you that flying kites will regenerate energy and has a way of reducing stress and tension of everyday life. Kite flying develops creative thinking, bot…h in the making of the kite as well as flying and adapting it. Another less known benefit of kite flying is the development of concentration. Kite flying is one of the only recreational activities that is both low budget as well as safe and environmentally friendly. Mindfulness Mindfulness is a method of paying attention that fosters more acute awareness of the here and now. That awareness, in turn, has a number of proven health benefits, including improved pain management and decreased anxiety and depression. Research has also shown that it's associated with anatomic changes in areas of the brain involved inmemory, learning, and emotion. Watching a kite drift across the sky, it's easy to become enthralled by the present moment, temporarily letting go of yesterday's headaches and tomorrow's deadlines. Nature (cantplay indoors) Kite flying connects us to nature, especially the sky and the wind. Kite flying is an outdoor activity framed by the great expanse of sky and attuned to the nuances of wind. A large body of research now attests to the mind/body benefits of spending time in nature. While much study has focused on green space, researchers have also begun to look at the restorative power of blue space in the form of water. From there, it's only a small intuitive leap to the idea that soaking up blue space above the horizon might be beneficial as well. When a kite isn't handy, watching clouds sail across the sky may have a similar effect. Exercise (dont expect kids to stand still and fly kids, theymightwanarunaround) Experienced kite flyers say it's a myth that you need to run to launch a kite. The idea is to let the wind do that work for you. But kite flying puts you in an environment that's conducive to outdoor play. Once you've packed away the kite, you might be tempted take a walk, run, or otherwise enjoy the outdoor setting. If you want to raise your heart rate while the kite is still up in the air, try kiteboarding. Preliminary research has shown its value as a cardio workout. It's good exercise for your eyes, focusing near and far all the time. Helps slow down the progression of 'old age sight'. Socializing While most kites can be flown by one person, kite flying is often done in a group, whether it's simply a fun family outing or an organized festival or competition . As outdoor activities go, it's unusually inclusive, open to individuals of every age, size, and physical ability. A beautiful kite is also a natural conversation starter - an excuse to create happy memories with loved ones or strike up an acquaintance with a fellow kite flyer at the park. Considerable evidence shows that these kinds of social connections are crucial for individual health and well-being. Beauty A colorful kite soaring gracefully overhead is a lovely sight. Making your own kite can be an act of artistry. But even the selection of a store-bought kite is a mode of personal expression and a celebration of what's beautiful to you. Think of it as having happiness on a string.
1) It requires wind which is unpredictable, so you may or may not be able to fly a kite. 2) They get stuck in trees. 3) It is a waste of time. 4) Most of them are cheap and th…erefore can easily break.
kite flying may cause death and it is enjoyable too
many death occures by kite flying
Just run while holding the kite as far up the string possible. Make sure the kite is as high as possible to catch the wind.
1)try to not fly kite in sun it can your make skin color black .2)don't fly much in sun because it make skin cancer
Advantages and Disadvantages of C-kites The C- kite is considered as the original kite used for kiteboarding. Until today, it is the sole inflatable kite ava…ilable on the market. It consists of square corners; it forms a deep C-shaped arc in the course of flying. Its lines which are attached at the four corners of the kite give its unique characteristic. This type of kite has advantages and disadvantages. Some of its advantages include a 'direct' feel when riding. C-kites constantly pull and put pressure on the rider enabling him to feel more attached with the kite. C-kites also turn faster than the bowkites and they tend to turn around a pivot instead of an arc which is the case for the bowkites. Whether this is an advantage or disadvantage can be discussed, but the fact that the c-kites turn faster make them easier and safer to loop and they do not generate as much power in the loops as the bowkites. Bowkites can't be looped as quickly as the c-kites, the result is more power in the loop and at the same time more likely to crash in the water (since they need a bigger looping radius). C-kites also offer more performance for their specific wind range. They can only fly well in their hardly specified wind range; thus, prepared to be fine-tuned for a precise range. These are very specialized kites completing a higher performance kite. These kites are also great for unhooked riding; it means that the kite doesn't need to be slipped in and out more often. The shape of the C-kite also maximizes SLED boosting; thus, improving jumping performance. C kites also have some disadvantages. First of its disadvantages include having a very specific wind range. It means that more kites are needed to cover all possible winds which can be very expensive. To cover all wind conditions, around three to five kites are needed. But even purchasing five of the cheapest kites is also expensive. A smaller wind range also means that you will need to put together kites more frequently. It also involves water re-launch. To be able to re-launch, these kites need to be spanned onto their back and directed to the rim of the wind window. With the limited sheeting ability, C-Kites can be unsafe for beginners. It means that they can't be de-powered just like bow kites. To fly the kite, there should be more power to control it. It is very disadvantageous for beginners because they do not have enough experience. C kites consist of safety releases; however, they don't have the ability to plunk a lot of power by sheeting out. Kites continue to evolve, so the pros and cons will keep on shifting. But one thing remains; these kites are outstanding performers. Not many kite manufacturers design pure c-kites nowadays. Most of them try to design kites that benefits of the advantages both from c-kites and bow-kites. These kites go under names such as Hybrid-C, Delta-kite, SLC-concept kites etc…