How to build a high-tech indoor pool

On a cool November day, an engineer and a student at a Pennsylvania university decided to combine their love of indoor pooling with a passion for engineering. 

Their project is called the “Outdoor Pool,” which is based on an existing pool at a school, but which has an internal water treatment system and is designed to be an “indoor-outdoor water treatment and disinfection system.” 

“It’s just like water for the outdoors,” said David T. Krieger, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania and the project’s principal engineer.

Inventors and designers are “trying to come up with a system that’s more like a home,” said T.J. Riggs, a project co-author and an engineering student at the university.

“It doesn’t have any filters or any plumbing that goes into the system.

It’s just a system in the pool that is connected to an internal system that is designed for the water,” he added.

The design uses a high flow-through pump that produces a water column at a depth of up to three feet (1 meter).

The pump uses a water-absorbing polymer, which is designed with the goal of removing salts and contaminants from the water.

The polymers are bonded together in an insulating layer and then used to form a membrane that absorbs water and separates the water from the salts.

Once the membrane is bonded to the water, it’s designed to stay put.

“We put a lot of attention on how the membrane works,” Kriegger said.

For each unit, about 20 to 25 gallons (50 to 70 liters) of water are injected through a pipe, into a system made up of two water pipes.

Each pipe is about 1.5 feet (0.9 meters) long and is attached to a metal pipe that runs under the pool.

When the water comes into contact with the metal pipe, the water in the pipes separates from the metal and forms a membrane.

“You don’t want water to get trapped in that membrane,” he said.

“So that’s the key.

When you pump water into the pool, you don’t just pump water through it.

You pump it through that membrane.

It acts as a buffer.”

The system works in a number of ways, including reducing water loss from the pool to the surrounding land, preventing algae from growing and improving the water quality.

The water can be pumped directly into a garden hose or pumped through a garden pond or pond on the property.

It also can be used as a means of maintaining a water quality standard for the surrounding area, the team said.

In the case of the school’s outdoor pool, they have installed a filter system on the outside of the pool and added a high pressure water treatment plant that takes up most of the space and can filter the water for at least 30 minutes.

Other parts of the indoor pool are designed to use water that has been treated with ultraviolet (UV) light. 

The pool is connected by a long metal pipe.

The pipes are connected to the pool’s water supply system, which consists of a pump, filter and an aerator system.

“When you pump the water into it, it will just suck up the water that’s already in the system,” Kriegel said.

“We’re not trying to go into a pool in the sky, but it’s sort of like water in a tank for the outdoor,” he continued.

“In the end, it basically does the same thing for all the water.”

The indoor pool design was designed by Riggs and Kriegers classmates and fellow graduate students. 

Riggs, who has a Ph.

D. in physics, was a professor of electrical and computer engineering and an assistant professor of industrial engineering.

The students were students at the College of Engineering at the time of the project. 

T.J., a mechanical engineer, is a graduate student in mechanical engineering at the same school.