I have a side length value in my data for the "Zangkunchong" pyramid of "29.34 m" (I'm still trying to figure out if it may be a misplaced diagram of the "Tomb of the General").
i would interpret this as follows
29.33333r metres is the actual intended measure.
Because your metre is 39.37 it has distorted the analysis.
using 39.375 x 29.333r = 1155 inches and this is surely the intended number because it is base 7 and base 11
1155 / 11 = 105 this is 9 egyptian feet of 11.666r inches
1155 / 7 = 165 The imperial rod (10 off)
So 1155 x 22/7 = 3630 / 20.625 = 176
If you read Berriman you will realise the chisnese system was based on root 2 as a measure on the ground.
if you are getting numbers such as 101.818181818r then they will divide by 99/100
101.818181r / 100 x 99 = 100.8
101.81818181r x 22/7 is 320 and the hekat is being expressed.
101.81818181r is the sum of a proven Egyptian series summed proving the use of 22/7.
20.61818181818181818r / 100 x 99 = 20.412
Everything can be resolved into whole numbers because all the whole numbers have been fractionalised using Egyptian methods.
132000000 / 3600 = 36666.666r