Pacific Ring Weave


#122

Yes, I think that is correct. Gerd mentioned to modify the weaving to achieve no hole sheet.
I think it is possible, and I am planning to figure that out too. I am just too happy with what
I got, that I did not explore other type of weaving yet.

Coboy Kim Cowdroy did make computer image of woven sheet with no holes.


#123

In real life structure it is possible to weave a closed tube out of a sheet.
On sketchup computer images that is more difficult. The computer image
has to be started as a tube. Weaving tubes has the option to start weaving
a tube, or to weave a sheet and weave it shut into a tube.


#124

( Computer image by Coboy Kim Cowdroy )

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#125

I published, here, most of the things I have learned, to this time, about ringweave.

Ringweave on!


#126

I am wondering what the best resources are we can utilize to more concretely quantity the wave attenuation for a ring weave, or really any wave breaker for that matter.

I know Gerd was adamant the center of the ringweave would be calm, but will have to put a measurable number on that at some point.


#127

Sustainable Re-use of Tyres in Port, Coastal and River Engineering
Guidance for planning, implementaion and maintenance

HR Wallingford

“… and seaweed has successfully colonised areas of the structure reached by the tide.”

“Algal growth on the Copperas Wood tyre embankment…”

http://instaar.colorado.edu/~jenkinsc/AdOc2013/project/real_world_examples/Hergebruik%20banden.pdf


#128

Sustainable Re-use of Tyres in Port, Coastal and River Engineering
Guidance for planning, implementaion and maintenance

HR Wallingford

http://instaar.colorado.edu/~jenkinsc/AdOc2013/project/real_world_examples/Hergebruik%20banden.pdf


#129

Sustainable Re-use of Tyres in Port, Coastal and River Engineering
Guidance for planning, implementaion and maintenance

HR Wallingford

http://instaar.colorado.edu/~jenkinsc/AdOc2013/project/real_world_examples/Hergebruik%20banden.pdf


#130

wallingford
HR Wallingford, Howbery Park, Wallingford, OX11 8BA, UK
www.hrwallingford.co.uk
Telephone: 01491 835381
Contact email: j.simm@hrwallingford.co.uk

Sustainable Re-use of Tyres in Port, Coastal and River Engineering
Guidance for planning, implementaion and maintenance
HR Wallingford

pdf download at:

http://instaar.colorado.edu/~jenkinsc/AdOc2013/project/real_world_examples/Hergebruik%20banden.pdf

and at:

https://xa.yimg.com/df/AquaticLifestyle/Copperas+Wood+tyre+embankment.pdf?token=UaqyPZaGcNn5j0V9s2a42ljNypRN1TbbtcyOyaMOYamrXo6i7MYqcQKaUKC0q2XO45_xET9dEflsyQJPJKjaD7nofhtGxyvcjrfojALW9ynhnuMMlw8lvflYh6UzpXnPLyn9Xbib&type=download


#131


https://www.greenwave.org

GreenWave is an ocean farmer and fisherman-run organization dedicated to building
a new blue-green economy that creates jobs, mitigates climate change and
grows healthy food for local communities.


#132

C.H.I. ConsHuman Humanetarian Initiative

http://www.konsumensch.de/index.php?open=159

conshumanism

http://www.konsumensch.de/ringschuh-in-bewegung.html

C.H.I. ConsHuman Humanetarian Initiative


#133

The with of the ring has to be at one fourth of the length
or narrower. In case of different size of tires the with of the widest ring has to be one fourth
or less than the length of the shortest ring. Rings might have to be strip cut.


#134

The limitations:
from:
https://discuss.seasteading.org/t/pacific-ring-weave/3236/22
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from TSI
ringupcycle Gerd Weiland

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the global waste disposal mafia

no interest whatsoever in allowing any innovative
waste management disposal system which endangers
the financial investment in existing waste management
and associated logistics


#135

I believe that’s a logistics problem.


#136

You are probably right.

Any idea how to solve this logistics problem?


#137

You’ll find logistics problems, and worse, in any construction site.
Having the construction site on the water can save you a lot of trouble.


#138


#139

permits for start:

To do aquacultures within US EEZ: (US = United States), (EEZ= Exclusive Economic Zone)
(EEZ extends to 200 miles(nautical) from shore)
NOAA, (USA), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
http://www.westcoast.fisheries.noaa.gov/aquaculture/index.html

To build a structure to do aquaculture on it within US EEZ:

Army Corp of Engineers Los Angeles District (USA)
http://www.spl.usace.army.mil

permit application form: (download works best with windows explorer browser)
https://www.publications.usace.army.mil/Portals/76/Publications/EngineerForms/Eng_Form_4345_2018May.pdf?ver=2018-05-18-102142-420

To avoid FDA (Food and Drug Administration) (USA) I would say I want to grow kelp for
animal feed.


#140

The dept at the location is 400 fathoms = 732 meters.

Planning to use quoter cut strips for mooring lines. 1 tire gives 4 strips.
1 strip is about 1 meter, 1 tire makes 4 meters.
TC-100 by Butty Manufacturing can cut an estimated 1000 tires per day.

732 meters would take 183 tires. The numbers seem to work out.


#141

You will need a big winch to pull so many tires up. It will be heavy too. 1-2 tons.

Or maybe you just never pull it up.