How it works?

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The goal

The aim of the competition is to distribute the three litres of water contained on the equally between three reservoirs (containers) placed randomly on a grid of 16 points.
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How?

Participants build a pipe network between a water source and the three reservoirs using pipes of different diameters.

Teams are judged on how well they can achive this task after a certain period of testing (normally 1 hour is enough).
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Give it time...

After the setted time is up the participants run their network in front of the judges, letting the water run until one the reservoirs reach the green label. 
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And then ? who wins?

Once one the reservoirs reach the 1000 ml (green label) and the main valve is closed you can now messure the difference between the actual quantity of water in each reservoir and 1000 ml. This differences would be converted to positive values and seen  as penalty points. the total number of penalty points is calculated by adding the penalty points of the three reservoirs.

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