world\'s tallest water slide set to open in kansas
The world\'s tallest water slide is scheduled to open this week after three delays.
Officials at Schlitterbahn Water Park in Kansas City, Kansas, said on Tuesday that the public would be able to take the Verrückt slide on Thursday.
April Guinness world record 17-story, 168-foot-
The highest water slide in the world has a high attraction.
On the German meaning \"crazy\" Verrückt, the rider is at 4-at a speed of 60 miles per hour to 70 miles per hour-person rafts.
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According to CBS\'s KCTV.
Watch the original video of the KCTV: kctv5 trial run. The trip was scheduled to open at the start of the May 23 water park season.
The next opening, scheduled for June 5, was postponed and the date of June 29 was also postponed.
Park officials say more tests need to be delayed.
Water slide co-
Creator Jeff Henry told KCTV that in the early tests, the raft with sandbags flew off the slide, prompting engineers to reset the angle of the ride.
These repairs cost $1 million.
\"We have a lot of problems with engineering,\" Henry said . \".
\"We lost all our correction coefficients.
The model does not show friction between air and water.
At first, many of our math was based on roller coasters, which did not translate into water slides like this.
No one has ever done such a thing before.