MECHANISM FOR DIRECT RAIN WATER COLLECTION FOR AGRICULTURE AND HOUSE HOLD PURPOSE
Author(s):
VIKKY B. JAISWAL, MO. ANWAR A. ANSARI, HIMANSHU M . BHOYAR, SACHIN R. SONKAR, ABHISHEK G. BAWANE , SUBODH D. INDURKAR, Prof. NILESH SONARE, SURAJ D. THAKRE
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Abstract
Rainwater collection, the small-scale collection and storage of runoff from irrigated agriculture, is recognized as a sustainable strategy for ensuring food security, especially in monsoonal landscapes in the developing world. The capturing and storing of rainwater goes back thousands of years to when we first started to farm the land and needed to find new ways of irrigating crops. The roof water collection or harvesting projects which can be solved the problem of water. But the some agricultural problems which cannot be solved and also some countries which can be also suffering from the water problems. In our project the water which can be stored in tank and the tank which can be closed there is no contact with the any dust, durt material, etc. and the water which can be collected with the help of mechanism. We can be construct the project. In the project we can be use a either plastic or either ceramic tank and the mechanism which can be placed at the top of the tank and the pipe filter or drinking water filters which can be placed and the man hole or supply line which can be provided and all the links which can be assemble at the end. The mechanisms are RACK and PINION mechanism [operating mechanism] and inverted umbrellas [collecting mechanism]. The umbrella which can be made by the plastic, fibre, aluminium, and other material. In the umbrella the metal rods which can be provided the outside of the umbrella and the rods which can be connected to the rack and pinion .The pinion is fixed and the rack which can be moves in upward and downward direction. Due to this motion the mechanism which can be opening and closing and at the Centre the water which can be collect at the tank with the help of tube or pipes and the water which can be used for agriculture as well as house hold purpose
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Unique Paper ID: 147660

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 10

Page(s): 88 - 91
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