Water from a faucet impinges on the flat surface of a drain diverter, spreading outward into a hydraulic jet. It picks up a bit of chili oil, then travels circumferentially before sliding under the outward moving water.

Water from a faucet impinges on the flat surface of a drain diverter, spreading outward into a hydraulic jet. It picks up a bit of chili oil, then travels circumferentially before sliding under the outward moving water.

By Hanna Schumaker for Spring 2013 Team Second.
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