|Unless you are working on designing a new cable spec (or if this is for a college course assignment), you're just wasting your time. I would need to pull out my old books, but if I remember correctly, the sharpest bend radius is 4 times the diameter (or maybe it's circumference) of the cable. If you go sharper than that, you start running into trouble.|
While it is possible to go well beyond the maximum 100 meter distance, it really shouldn't be done. To our surprise, this last year at a PGA tournament our company hosted, we had a 5,000 ft run of cat 6 that "worked" for a 1.5Mb dsl connection for a limited number of users, but I certainly wouldn't recommend it.
Just stay within the industry standard specs and if you need to go over the 100 meters for a single run, then use fiber.