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A cargo plane designed to fly just above the ground and capable of carrying up to 500 tons of cargo in a single trip is under development in Russia.
Scientists from Russia’s Central AeroHydrodynamic Institute are currently testing models of the Ground Effect Vehicle (GEV), according to a news release on the institute’s website.
The aircraft would fly over the ground, water or ice in a range of 3 to 12 meters from the surface.
Short, wide wings are designed to trap air between the aircraft and the ground. This creates downdraughts that produce greater lift force and less drag than other fixed wing-aircraft, allowing the plane to carry bigger loads with less fuel.
Russia has a tradition of developing low-flying GEVs, also known as “ekranoplan.”
The Soviet Union built several of these giant low-flying aircraft in the 1970s and 1980s.
Perhaps the best known example was a 544-ton experimental vehicle, which was nicknamed the “Caspian Sea Monster” by Western intelligence and was the largest aircraft in the world when it was built in 1966.
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This Old House plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey visits New Jersey to install a water softener. (See below for a shopping list, tools, and steps.)
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Shopping List for Installing a Whole-House Water Softener:
- Water softener
- Copper pipe and valves
- 3/8-inch-diameter plastic tubing
- Compress fittings
- Hose clamps
- Air-gap fitting
Tools List for Installing a Whole-House Water Softener:
- Tubing cutter
- Soldering iron
Steps for Installing a Whole-House Water Softener:
1. Turn off the water at the meter.
2. Use a tubing cutter to tap into the existing cold-water pipe.
3. Connect the water softener’s resin tank to the cold-water pipe by soldering on an assembly of copper pipe and three valves.
4. Run a length of 3/8-inch-diameter plastic tubing from the resin tank to the salt tank; connect each end of the tubing with compress fittings.
5. Use a hose clamp to attach the drain line to the drain elbow on the resin tank.
6. Install an air-gap fitting to the drain that leads to the sewer pipe.
7. Attach the water softener’s discharge hose to the air-gap fitting with a hose clamp.
8. Hook the discharge hose from the washing machine onto the air-gap fitting.
9. Fill the salt tank with salt.
10. Turn the water back on.
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