University pair stop washing machines from vibrating during cycles
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An undergraduate and a professor from a British university have come up with a plastic counterweight to replace the concrete blocks used in washing machines to stabilise them. Professor Amin Al-Habaibeh and undergraduate Dylan Knight teamed up at Nottingham Trent University to create a counterweight that is filled with water to stop washing machines from vibrating during use.
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