/ OutDoor Show 2010 - CLIMBING HARDWARE and Jim Titt on Design
We also bring you an insight in to designing climbing gear by Jim Titt which we hope won't be of interest just to engineers.
The curves are based on fractal theory which is effectively what gives you the meanders in a river, they provide the slowest flow for the most water volume which is the same as the highest friction for a given rope
Read more at http://www.ukclimbing.com/gear/news.php?id=2910
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