[r-t] Bobs only Stedman Triples

Robert Bennett rbennett at woosh.co.nz
Sat Jun 23 09:56:25 UTC 2012


These peals are an amazing achievement. 

To reduce the number of consecutive bobs down to 5 makes the peals close
to the ideal. 

Are there any other bobs-only plans waiting to be discovered? 

What about Erin Triples? Is it possible to have a bob-s only composition
in that method? 


 On Sat 23/06/12 6:45 AM , Andrew Johnson andrew_johnson at uk.ibm.com sent:
  > Using this and another twin bob linkage, Andrew now has 148 new
 > compositions.
 The number of bobs varies between 438 and 456 (compared to 438 &
 441 for the previous 10-part peals).
 15 of the peals are exact 2 parts.
 Some of the peals have at most 5 bobs in a row (compared to one
 run of 9 with the previous compositions).
 The peals can be arranged into 5 sets, with the peals within a
 set just differing in addition or removal of Q sets of bobs.
 The original 10-part peals form the sixth set.
 The peal we rang at Upham is an exact 2 part, with just 2 runs
 of 5 bobs in a row, 438 bobs in total, 5432167 at the
 half-way point, all 10-part ends with the reverse rounds
 rotations 3215467 etc. in the first half of the peal, and
 sizes of parts varying from 432 to 564 changes.

 Andrew Johnson

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