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  • #2
    Mase, might you be referencing this? (phys.org)

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Dusty Rider View Post
      Mase, might you be referencing this? (phys.org)
      "Part of the lure of the BYU invention is that it works with existing airplane toilets—only the elbow need be removed during a retrofit, while the valve and the bowl stay where they are."

      Nice! Something is thinking beyond the science and thinking about the realities of selling it.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Russell Holton View Post

        Nice! Something is thinking beyond the science and thinking about the realities of selling it.
        They've got some smart cookies over there.

        I've never paid much mind to the volume of the toilets on aircraft, but after reading this, it made me recall the times I've plaintively pressed the "flush" button while preparing myself for the aural assault in a very tiny room with hard, sound-reflecting surfaces. However, these toilets have nothing compared to some commercial commodes I've heard (especially with those touchy sensors) that fill up a perfectly quiet washroom with what seems like more than 100 dB of rushing water.

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