A. K. A. Loose Canon
Too easy, but cannot be left unsaid: What c*nts.
I dunno. Maybe something to do with the Coanda nozzle? Coanda nozzle (Figure 3.35) is similar to the ring nozzle except that the outside of the central nozzle has a round contour so that the gas on the streamlines that follow this contour is given a velocity component directed radially towards the center of the inner jet. Thus the central jet experiences a higher ambient pressure. Current coanda nozzles are capable of exerting a cutting pressure of 500 kPa-gauge at a stand-off of 4-5mm, the nozzle pressure in the inner nozzle being 700 kPa-gauge and in the outer 350kPz-gauge.
That's a Colonda nozzle that dispenses crap sandwiches, not a Coanda one. Duh. Sometimes it's not good for the Carpathians to credit Coanda with something.
Be that as it may, do you agree that the Coanda nozzle is way superior to whatever similar gizmo you have in that Habsburgische adobe you're stuck in?
The Habsburgs constructed prime dank hovels for researchers, tax-money parasites, and other layabouts. These are conveniently equipped with crappers and urinals.Weep in your Harpoon, Tecs, and pay up.
You mean, your dank hovels are danker than mine? Hah. I don't buy it.
Enough of this "Dankier than Thou" hoveling.
I have a dankless life.
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