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Offline Jean Giraud  
#21 Posted : 16 September 2019 19:18:34(UTC)
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... I like this earth-ground-field !

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#22 Posted : 16 September 2019 21:38:20(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: jb_bairoletto Go to Quoted Post
Have a look to this. I am loading the same file in two differente versions of Smath (last version and last beta).


XYPlotRegion updated. Try now.

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#23 Posted : 16 September 2019 22:33:58(UTC)
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... updated wrt sattelites


2D Util Points Grid_Lines Canvas ADVANCED [Part7] IEEE-80.sm (295kb) downloaded 4 time(s).
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#24 Posted : 16 September 2019 23:03:00(UTC)
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Hi!!!

Thank you for the dedicated help!!

I am attaching a real output (from a real calculation).

Another thing is that rods should be placed from outside to inside (first from vertices, second in primeter and the in the interior of the mesh).
I think that could be too complex!

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#25 Posted : 16 September 2019 23:11:01(UTC)
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XYPlotRegion updated. Try now.

... from native SS6179

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#26 Posted : 17 September 2019 00:39:23(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: jb_bairoletto Go to Quoted Post
Another thing is that rods should be placed
from outside to inside (first from vertices,
second in perimeter and the in the interior of the mesh).
I think that could be too complex!

I quite not understand
Attached doctored version.

Augment.PNG

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#27 Posted : 17 September 2019 02:18:22(UTC)
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Two things...

1) Right, seem to produce an error, but in version 7030, works... (E pur si muove!! hehehe)
Anotacion 2019-09-16 200237.jpgAnotacion 2019-09-16 200313.jpg

2) The way the rods must be placed, is from perimeter to the center of the mesh (not in a random way).
So, the first 4 rods should be places in the 4 vertices of the mesh. The fifth rod must be in middle of a side (any one).
The sixth, in the middle of other side, and so on until complete all the perimeter crosses (or Tees).

After that, the rods must be dran in the inner rectangel (counting from the perimeter to the center of the mes), and in the same way as before, the rods will be completing this internal perimeter.

(I dont know if I make mysel clear... Sad )

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#28 Posted : 17 September 2019 02:52:30(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: jb_bairoletto Go to Quoted Post
I don't know if I make myself clear

In some way yes, but looks involved.
IEEE-80 is over-killed by protection dogs from pissing on the fence.
What about two bison fighting for MaMa ?
Or deer jumping 10 ft high fence ... more ?
Cheers ... Jean

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#29 Posted : 17 September 2019 03:54:40(UTC)
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IEEE-80 shows metallic main ground conductor.
What about termites ?
In their French colonial Africa, they soon learned
metallic installations lasted few moons, only.
Maybe , there are ways to automate the demo.

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#30 Posted : 17 September 2019 05:03:44(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Jean Giraud Go to Quoted Post
Maybe , there are ways to automate the demo.

... you can have as many sub-squares as you wish, manually.
The interlacing to show the grid lines to center,
they are purely figurative/implicit, not really needed.
Only one set of interlace is needed, not offered.
Cheers ... Jean

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#31 Posted : 17 September 2019 05:37:57(UTC)
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Only one set of interlace is needed, not offered.

... radial rod lines added ... pretty messy !

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#32 Posted : 17 September 2019 05:45:28(UTC)
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... all radial added.

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#33 Posted : 17 September 2019 13:43:50(UTC)
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... multiple scaled perimeters c/w radial grids.

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#34 Posted : 17 September 2019 15:02:39(UTC)
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Try this [2n] for a beautiful 4 branches star.

Fence_Radial[n, 2n].PNG

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#35 Posted : 17 September 2019 23:09:57(UTC)
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... random added on outer fence.
You can have random for more/all inner fences.
You may have to strip for multiplicate(s) random.
Anything useful in there ?
Cheers ... Jean

Previous attachment deleted, Strip(,) was not correct.

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#36 Posted : 18 September 2019 17:55:06(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: jb_bairoletto Go to Quoted Post
2) The way the rods must be placed, is from perimeter to the center of the mesh (not in a random way).
So, the first 4 rods should be places in the 4 vertices of the mesh. The fifth rod must be in middle of a side (any one).
The sixth, in the middle of other side, and so on until complete all the perimeter crosses (or Tees).

After that, the rods must be drawn in the inner rectangle (counting from the perimeter to the center of the mes), and in the same way as before, the rods will be completing this internal perimeter.

No problem for sequence square construct ... more work rectangle.
I guess that concerns the physical steps in-situ [construction crew].
Once physical installation is complete ... same plotting canvas.
Maybe, I understand not enough in there.
The sequence demo may be automated.
Please read the two attachments.

Cheers ... Jean

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#37 Posted : 18 September 2019 20:42:29(UTC)
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To make myself more clear, look a this final 3D approach with 4 rods in vertices. The final plot could be something like that. Crazy
This represent a mesh of "conductors/buried cables" (square or rectangular) and 4 rods stuck in the ground.
Anotacion 2019-09-18 142532.jpg
Right know I am only experimenting ploting in 2D, with cables (represented as vectors) and rods (represented as points).
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#38 Posted : 19 September 2019 03:18:03(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: jb_bairoletto Go to Quoted Post
Right know I am only experimenting plotting in 2D, with cables (represented as vectors) and rods (represented as points).

You can have the grid bed as 3D plotted as 2D,
c/w 4 degrees of rotation. But can't have legs.
Your CAD drawing is pure visual, has nothing to do
with the maths suite wrt IEEE-80
Smath is an advanced CAS ... not at all a CAD.
Finish the CAD drawing, capture as an image, paste in Smath document.
Once rotated, it may be possible to add legs in the attached.

Cheers ... Jean

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