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by Graeme H
Wed Oct 07, 2020 1:00 pm
Forum: Flycasting Physics
Topic: Analysing loop propagation
Replies: 202
Views: 5261

Re: Analysing loop propagation

The rod launches the line, a wave is formed, the same runs on the line, because by varying the position in which the rod stops or the speed, the wave does not progress, because when it reaches the end of the line there is less space between the part below and the one above does not open upwards? th...
by Graeme H
Tue Oct 06, 2020 10:40 pm
Forum: Flycasting Physics
Topic: Analysing loop propagation
Replies: 202
Views: 5261

Re: Analysing loop propagation

Let's assume that the line attached to the rod is the ground, that the wave is the c that forms and the line above is the back of the wave, raising the line below, the wave should increase in height, because it has the opposite behavior ? or is it just my impression of ignorance on the subject? Tha...
by Graeme H
Mon Oct 05, 2020 9:57 pm
Forum: Flycasting Physics
Topic: Analysing loop propagation
Replies: 202
Views: 5261

Re: Analysing loop propagation

Bianchetti Ivan wrote:
Mon Oct 05, 2020 4:58 pm
.. it cannot be a wave, because either it is always or never,
It always is.
by Graeme H
Mon Oct 05, 2020 12:50 pm
Forum: Flycasting Physics
Topic: Analysing loop propagation
Replies: 202
Views: 5261

Re: Analysing loop propagation

Ah, I never said the noise I wanted to reduce was in the cast. :) String moving through air always makes noise. Indeed, the strings of a guitar make a lovely noise when they vibrate.

No, there are other forms of noise that I find a little too raucous.

Cheers,
Graeme
by Graeme H
Mon Oct 05, 2020 9:25 am
Forum: Flycasting Physics
Topic: Analysing loop propagation
Replies: 202
Views: 5261

Re: Analysing loop propagation

I look forward to you progressing you concept beyond that of definition. John As do I. There is one thing from the concept I'd like to experience: Less noise. Making a lot of noise is not a good thing, especially when there is no evidence that the cacophony produces better results. Faffing about ai...
by Graeme H
Sun Oct 04, 2020 7:31 am
Forum: Flycasting Physics
Topic: Analysing loop propagation
Replies: 202
Views: 5261

Re: Analysing loop propagation

http://www.sexyloops.co.uk/theboard/download/file.php?id=2617&t=1 The superbubble looks at casts as swivel cones in 3D And the base assumption is that the sum of all rod tip paths is a sphere ( the superbubble) Wow. That's your model, source and reference material? I think you should start a new th...
by Graeme H
Sun Oct 04, 2020 4:16 am
Forum: Flycasting Physics
Topic: Analysing loop propagation
Replies: 202
Views: 5261

Re: Analysing loop propagation

I have absolutely no idea what you are on about Michael. Therefore, I have no answers for your questions at this moment and doubt I ever will. If we want to communicate with people (as we must do when teaching) we need to use words and phrases others will understand. If we don't do that, we fail to ...
by Graeme H
Sat Oct 03, 2020 3:36 pm
Forum: Flycasting Physics
Topic: Analysing loop propagation
Replies: 202
Views: 5261

Re: Analysing loop propagation

Why does it matter who coined a term or when it was first done? I don't know who first said "WTF?" but it's still a useful acronym and we all understand what it means.
by Graeme H
Sat Oct 03, 2020 3:33 pm
Forum: Flycasting Physics
Topic: Analysing loop propagation
Replies: 202
Views: 5261

Re: Analysing loop propagation

My only question, to nobody in particular, is "What are we smoking?"

:D

Cheers,
Graeme
by Graeme H
Sat Oct 03, 2020 2:12 pm
Forum: Flycasting Physics
Topic: Analysing loop propagation
Replies: 202
Views: 5261

Re: Analysing loop propagation

The frequency of a full casting cycle is approximately 0.25 Hz. You'd be doing VERY well to hear sound waves at that frequency. By the same standard, putting waves into the cast at 1KHz or more would definitely require some fine muscle control. What sort of frequency are these sound waves you're wor...

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