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Water amusement park water channel and adjustable flow controller










Image Number 14 for United States Patent #7775895.

A water amusement ride system is disclosed. The system may include a first channel of water. The first channel may function to convey participants in a first direction. The system may include a second channel of water. The second channel may function to convey participants in a second direction. The second direction may be different from the first direction. The system may include a first adjustable flow controller positioned in the first channel of water. The system may include a third channel coupling the first channel, upstream of the first adjustable flow controller, to the second channel. The first adjustable flow controller may function at least in part to control the flow of water through the third channel. The system may be part of a continuous water ride.








 
 
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