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Title: Probabilistic design of storage capacity for rainwater cistern systems
Authors: Kwan-Tun Lee;Chin-Dee Lee;Ming-Sang Yang;Chih-Ching Yu
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:河海工程學系
Date: 2000
Issue Date: 2017-05-11T01:11:18Z
Publisher: Journal of Agriculture Engineering Research
Abstract: Abstract:The paper demonstrates the potential of a rainwater cistern design based on a probabilistic approach. Traditional cistern designs do not allow any water shortage. The tank-size design in this study permits the possibility of failure to account for the characteristics of the crop, which must sustain water shortage to a certain degree at infrequent intervals. Sequential peak analyses, combined with the failure probability concept, were adopted in the analytical procedure. A hilly area in northern Taiwan was selected as the study site, where water shortage is a severe problem for tea cultivation. Rainfall records and water-demand information were collected for analysis to determine an adequate tank size for a stable water supply. The determination of the tank size is related to the rainwater abstraction coe$cient, the ratio of the cultivated area to the rainwater collecting area and the failure probability. The results are expressed as a regression equation to provide a convenient way for farmers to set up cistern systems in this area.
Relation: 77(3), pp.343-348
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/42425
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