Tension exerted by strings at corners of a rope grid [closed]

I am a software developer and helping someone with an art installation. It consists of a grid made of ropes.

Grid is $12 \cdot 12$ meter and internal squares are $1 \cdot 1$ meter. Grid is suspended in air (at height of around 7 meter) by strings tied to each one of its four corners.

Three of the four strings are around 5 meter, 5 meter and 6 meter in length, but the fourth one is around 8 meter. I can measure the distances (in $x$ and $y$ components) from each of the corners to the point (on building/ structure) where they are tied. This would help in calculating theta angle, right?

I have searched over the web and found resources to calculate tension in strings. But all of them show how to calculate tension for an object suspended by two strings at a common point.

I need to calculate tension exerted by strings tied at different points of object (each one of four corners.)

Please correct me anywhere I am going wrong. Also, any pointers would be appreciated.

EDIT : One of the corners, the one tied with 8 meter long string would be tied to a motorized pulley for winding/unwinding.

• A diagram would be nice. – Zhengqun Koo Dec 8 '17 at 15:36
• Added diagram.. – Chandan Pednekar Dec 10 '17 at 17:02
• Just curious; what is the motorized pulley supposed to do here? If you're using that to move something while this is installed, this is no longer static and that would change the results. – JMac Dec 29 '17 at 12:47
• This question is better suited for Engineering. Also, not enough information is given as the amount of droop (or angles) affects the tensions, and the height of the support points may vary changing the geometry. Best answers would come from some sort of simulation, rather than static theory as the weight and elasticity of the ropes may play a role here. – John Alexiou Dec 29 '17 at 13:10