In the 1980s and 1990s i spent a lot of time considering electromagnetic meshes. As models which might apply to all scales from nano to giga scales. The ancient basket weaves intrigued me. Upper left model followed a basket weave while lower right model contained many ordinary coils to largely cover the basket surface. I like the term isotropic from Synergetics, but another term is needed to describe perpendicular fields from variously shaped surfaces. My sketches of those earlier decades were very limited as compared with 3D software renditions.
Image above is an example of visualizing my basket-weave coil study. These images reveal how limited my visualization was before computer imaging came to low budget artgineers.... I started using (accurate) 3D CAD (SilverScreen) in 1994 after 2 years of teaching myself computers. (I had very limited information before the www came to rural Maine in the later 1990s).
Remainder of page was originally posted in 1999,
demonstrating my interest in tools fore meshing with circles.
Sculptural Supplement To The www Ringforcement Page
Rings can conform to complex shapes.
Too little is known about actual test comparisons between traditional reinforcement, flat spiral loops and individual "O" rings. Rings appear to have interesting test possibilities. As a low budget single handed developer, I have very little opportunity to test the many ideas presented in these www pages. The testing cannot keep up with my my conceptual exploration.
Envisaging Transverse Force Fields: Laminated, parallel coils are considered on this linked page.
Note: These pages are placed in the public domain and are furnished "as is". The author assumes no responsibility for the use or misuse of the concepts in this series. All authorities should be satisfied first, as might be required, by relevant laws, before any building proceeds.
Searching Synergy ........ Free Exchange of Ideas
Conceptual artist is repressed, for modeling coil art?
Email comments welcome ~~~~~~~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel : 207 342 5796 . . . (Maine)