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While doing some more work on the drone boom, particularly the inner segments, I found something that may be of interest. One cannot take the precise numbers for anything realâ?¦it is just what I carefully drew in the first time and could not be replicated even by myself with that much precision. But sometimes you get lucky if you are careful.

Dimensionless ratios can have real meaning if the design used them in that manner. You can see I drew in small lines for the bosses outside the annulus. I then projected a circle for the annulus which no doubt is not that accurate left to right if there is any camera distortion. But that distortion only changes the angles all in the same ratio. If one is using the ratio of one angle to another, the distortion drops out to a large extent. I then drew radii to the midpoint of the boss lines. That is how the array of 8 angles is created in yellow on the right.

In the spreadsheet you will find that these angles are all related in a simple curve. The first column lists the azimuths shown on the drawing. The second column is the angles and the third column is the incremental differences of the angles. The first bar chart represents these angle differences and you will see I drew in a couple straight line segments which indicate the same curve would fit both the first group of three and the second group of three. If this were some random creation then this mathematical relationship would not exist.

In the next chart you can see I created a column of double angles. In other words, one is to consider two angles at a time. You can see by the chart to the right that this is a smooth curve and not random. It is color coded to show where the double angles came from above. This is a solid indication of a design.

Then if one looks at the ratio of these double angles, there is one that stands out because it so precisely compares to a dimensionless ratio out on the boom measuring from the bubbles or circles marked in red. Image line lengths are from the center of one bubble to another as marked. When the dimensionless ratio of the gap width divided by the sum of the lengths is used as the power of natural log E, the result is precisely the same as the ratio of the double angles that are marked. In future endeavors, there might be more relationships which may help get this thing understood.

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