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1. A water storage tank measures 2m x 1.5m x 2m and contains water up to a depth of 1.6m. Given that the........?

Given that height of water above the base = 1.6 m , and the base is 2m x 1.5 m. Total pressure on the base : P = w A x Where w = specific weight of water ( = 9.81 N), A = Area of the base and x = depth of CG from the free level of the bottom. Assuming that the base is horizontal, the value of x = 1.6 m. Hence - P = 9.81 x 2 x 1.5 x 1.6 = 47.088 kN ( Note that kN/ sq.m is a unit for " intensity of pressure " and since as per the convention, Total pressure is a term used for the total force exerted by the water at the bottom, your answer should have unit kN and not kN/m^2 . Please take care of units in hydraulics ) Dr. P.K.Tandon

2. why a regular one gallon water bottle is not good for a long term water storage use?

Reusing water bottles can lead to chemicals in the plastic leeching into the water and then into your body

3. Rainwater Collection / Pond Water Storage (Tower) Support Question

This is a stunningly bad idea, IMHO. that's a rather significant load to plop beside your house. Far simpler and safer to run your downspouts over to where your sump pump discharges, and put a basin & pump there that pumps water uphill, to your storage tanks, set somewhere uphill, so they will provide water pressure when you are without power, if that's your concern. You could even put a hand pump in the system alongside the electrical one if you like. Or you could construct a much less scary (far less weight) structure that carried a trough or pipe from your gutters to the storage tank. If you lack a suitable hill, you could build one at a safe distance from the house and convenient to the garden with a few dump-truck-loads of rock/gravel...You would definitely need a reinforced slab to spread the load, and calling an engineer would be the right choice if you proceed down that path. What is your seismic hazard level? I am in a "very low risk area" and I would still be quite concerned to have the structure you describe next to my house in the infrequent, rather minor and mostly far away quakes we have

4. Tips To Keep Your Domestic Water Storage Tank Cool During Summer

India is a country where water storage tanks are mostly installed on the rooftop of buildings and houses. During the summer season, the daylight time increases and the temperature remains high. Thus, your domestic water storage tank remains directly exposed to the scorching summer sun for a long period. This makes the temperature of the water really high and it becomes nearly impossible to use the water for household chores. However, there are many tips that you can follow to keep your tank water cool during the summer season. So, let's begin and take a look at some of these easy ways to keep the tank water cool during summer - One of the best ways to keep your water tank cool during summer is to paint it white or in any light color. It is scientifically proven that a light-colored surface tends to reflect more light than a dark-colored surface. Dark-colored surfaces absorb more light particles and heat and thus can increase the temperature of the substance inside the container. So, paint both the outside and inside of your plastic water storage tank in white. There is another benefit of a fresh coating of paint. It can restrict the growth of algae and bacteria within the container. If you want your new coat to last longer then you should give your plastic tank the right paint finish. Install the water tank in an enclosed space To protect your tank from direct sunlight it is better to relocate your tank and to install it in some enclosed space on your roof. You can construct an enclosed concrete space with two inlets and get your tank installed in it. If you do not want to spend money on such construction work, you can simply create a shady spot and can shift your tank over there. This can really protect the tank from degradation, especially the ones that are made from plastic and fiberglass. However, if you want to do any kind of construction work, it is recommended to take permission from the local authority or else you will be charged unnecessarily. You should also insulate your water supply pipes to beat the heat. It will not only help you during the summer season by keeping the water cool, but it will also help you in winters. It will not allow the water to get frozen, especially if you are living in a cold region like Darjeeling. You can insulate your pipes in the following ways - Use strips of pipe wrap which is a traditional way to insulate the water pipes. When you need to cover long, straight pipes you can use foam sleeves as they are also made up of rubber insulation material. Insulate the gaps where the pipes enter or exit the walls as blocking these gaps will help in maintaining the temperature of the fluid running through them. These are the ways through which you can prevent the water stored inside your domestic water storage tank from getting heated up during summer. Still, if you have any queries you can seek help from well-known water tank manufacturer in West Bengal - Penguin Tank. Read More - Why Most Plastic Water Storage Tanks Are Black In Color

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Given the fact that the ownership of water rests with upper-caste men, there is a lot in the hierarchical ways of consumption that remains unexplored. According to a 2018 Niti Ayog report, Delhi, the capital of India, is among 21 Indian cities that are poised to run out of groundwater by 2020. Illegal constructions near reservoirs, over-extraction of groundwater, pollution in water bodies, and wastage of residential water supply are some of the reasons Delhi is running dry. With the maximum number of piped arrangements that run parallel to the massive city, the government bodies fail to address the giant division between the haves and the have-nots, something that concerns the fundamental right to live with dignity. Scientists have deliberated that the source remains dry and therefore, taps will bear no water. 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With a global pandemic and a looming water crisis, it is high time one should emerge wiser and more sensitive about the issues at hand and many more which are yet to present themselves. The COVID-19 pandemic is a distasteful topping to this miserable cake. It has managed to increase the divide between the rich and the poor, with acceleration in the unavailability of water and the violence which is a likely consequence of the same. A lot of residents have been left in the lurch, as they are made to wait to access water for long hours, under scorching heat and unbearable conditions. Communities facing the worst of this crisis are women, children, and the marginalized sections of the society. Women, from the ones who perform housework to those who are engaged in sex work are the ones, bitterly hit in the pandemic. "Brothel districts always suffer a great deal when it comes to the accessibility of water. However necessary it is right now, the condition has not really changed. 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