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By AaronBurns
#8646
If you made plastic trash bag material thick enough to be worn, then you could make and hand out clothing to cover your body at every Water Park and then, everyone could shoot down the slide extra fast! You just make a few sizes of bottoms and tops or one size fits all. You take a cheap economical material (like a trash bag) make it thicker. Make clothes out of it and promote your Water Slide as twice as fast as any body elses' Water Slide.

Reward: Too see them at every Water Park.
By Queth
#9300
Interesting, but we really don't need more disposable stuff.
By Rishi
#9301
AaronBurns wrote:If you made plastic trash bag material thick enough to be worn, then you could make and hand out clothing to cover your body at every Water Park and then, everyone could shoot down the slide extra fast!
You just make a few sizes of bottoms and tops or one size fits all. You take a cheap economical material (like a trash bag) make it thicker. Make clothes out of it and promote your Water Slide as twice as fast as any body elses' Water Slide.

Reward: Too see them at every Water Park.


On a dry slide the coefficient of friction between the slide and the dress material decides the sliding speed. On a well designed water slide the person is riding on a thin film of water. the material of the dress is irrelevant in such cases. It is largely the properties of the water film that would decide the sliding speed.
In addition we should aim to minimise disposables as queth says.

rishi
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