Discussion in 'The Red Room' started by The Night Funky, Mar 24, 2020 at 10:58 PM.
The carrier, not the President.
I was totally hoping for a homo-necro-scat thread and you totally ruined my fantasy.
There was nothing wrong with the crappers on the Nimitz class carriers. Why did they have to change them for the Ford class?
Is she some kind of expert on taking a crap at sea? She wasn't an A ganger or anything.
She's the only one I could remember was a seaman.
I don't think he cares how it's spelled now.
Dayton 3 design the shitters?
Acid? Doesn't one generally unclog toilets with a strong base?
That would make much more sense.
The fact that you put them in that particular order says a lot about you.
Yes, it says that I am well educated in the sexual fetishes of the world.
The fact that you seem to be bothered by that seems to say you are boring as unflavored gelatin.
I doubt unflavored gelatin will clog up the Ford's crappers as much as your necroed scat, gay or otherwise.
My God, you'd think the defense establishment had never built a fucking aircraft carrier before.
Contractors need to be held to account for shit like this- pun intended. Every $400,000 acid flush of the sewer system should come out of thier hides until the problem is FIXED.
Is that spelled right?
Christ on a crutch. How many centuries have we had indoor plumbing now? Go Navy.
Although I am aware of necrofelchia I am not a participant. Some of us have broad sexual horizons, while others do the normal.
I am just amazed that my sexual knowledge is so vast considering I am really not that interested, and quite boring in that area IMO.
Shouldn't the contract involve some sort of penalty or free repair by the people designing these things?
"Going" is the problem.
do they still use metal piping in war ships or have they modernized to plastics? because even though ABS and PVC are fairly resistant to acids, the glue holding them together isn't.
that's not even considering the added environmental problems of all that draino being dumped at sea...
I'm guessing it depends on what the piping is for- probably some of both. Being an aviation guy, I don't know a helluva lot about surface ship plumbing.
I don't imagine you'd find a lot of plastic piping on warships in general. Too vulnerable to battle damage.
Nimitz class was all metal pipes. I suspect Ford class is too. I can't imagine using plastic pipes on a warship. That would be a damage control nightmare.
Hmm.. depends on how we define vulnerable, maybe?
As far as taking an impact/concussive trauma goes? I'd probably favour the ABS to not shatter. I've taken a few old iron stacks out with a single shot from a sledge hammer, but ABS will flex like a sapling.
You can replace an ABS pipe stack/section in a matter of minutes and at the point of damage. steel/brass/copper is a bit more work and the most efficient way could require replacing the entire length from the last join point. Not sure how much the weight of replacements matters as cargo?
I mean, it makes sense they'd be using metal for more "industrial" systems that would require going back to port to fix anyway.. but for sewage? I think battle damage would be one of the lower level considerations to it's upkeep and repair... that simplicity and accessibility for some 19 year old plumber's mate 5th class or whatever to have mastered after the second attempt.
I would think there would be a potential problem with fumes from melting PVC and/or other composite stuff. Maybe not enough to be a concern, though.
As a general rule, they don't make stuff out of plastic on warships if they don't have to.
How about composites?
Having worked with all manner of PVC when I was growing up, thick-walled pipes can be pretty brittle. Not really a big deal when you're talking battle damage to shitter pipes, for sure, though.
But fire is a big concern on any ship and PVC, ABS, etc will burn. Metal piping won't.
And not just burn, but my understanding is they burn and spew very toxic fumes.
If your ship's stores elevators can't handle a standard pallet lift like you'd find in use at Trader Joe's, that's one fucked up boat.
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