Re: circles and hexagons
each circle being 1 mothra type
each hexagon being a first level 2x mothra
Upper level arches can be set to take account of wind direction gradient
Swaying can be coordinated at all levels to give collective ground generation
--- In AirborneWindEnergy@yahoogroups.com, "roderickjosephread" <rod.read@...> wrote:
> The anchoring points of a crosswind kite arch, over one point on the ground defines a circle.
> In the most dense array of circles, their centres form hexagonal patterns. The hexagons being 2x the diameter of each circle units.
> Now imagine 1 kite arch where the top centre of the loadpath has no kite. Instead it has another anchor belay linked to surrounding kite arches.
> The kite arch above has a 2x diameter footprint.
> Each kite arch in the layer of kite arches above has a 2 x footprint diameter....
> and on the next layer....