What is the idea?

June 07 2020 • By Admin

We will use the same routes for providing as well as collecting water.

We all know that North America is a very developed continent but due to the early development the pipelines and other water supply have now tuened old and rusted. So first of all we need the government to plan a pipeline system according to the algorithm shown in the image so that the same pipeline system can be used to collect water to be used during droughts and other critical conditions.

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Anderson old basin Algorithm

Explanation of the Algorithm

There are various collectors, let's say P1, P2, P3, P4, P5, P6, P7 and P8. Let us assume that the pipeline water has two ends 'A' where it starts i.e., WS (Water Supply) and 'B' where it ends i.e., P(n) where 'P' is said to be the product base and they can be of any number. Now in a general water supply system there is a reserver basin to store processed water and supply it to houses using pipeline system. In our algorithm we use a reverse osmosis process to extract water through the same pipeline. We use a device in the node of the pipelines to extract a cup of water or little more from every house. Most importantly, the house owners have the right to allow or deny the water extraction from the pipeline system.

There is a special gateway followed to extract as well as provide water without causing much damage to the pipelines due to water pressures. For that we used cyclic distribution method so that due to increasing angular momentum of water inside the pipeline, the pressure exerted on the pipeline will be regulated. Also there is a particular amount of checkpoints/P(n) that can be allowed to be in the cycle avoiding any case of less water pressure to even reach the checkpoints/p(n)/houses. Therefore we have shown an example of p1, p7 and p8 using the linear distribution. In practical example there are many houses and nodes for different colonies and societies. So we can follow the cyclic process along with linear connection.

But how can we save water? We have calculated that if every person in North America is able to contribute even a cup of water during the times of flood, then we will be able to collect >1 million gallon water which is approximately 3.07 acre feet water conservation. This water can be later used during droughts and water scarcity.

So our algorithm is cost effective because the route for water supply and collection is the same. Our project is efficient and smart because of the flexibility of the Anderson old basin Algorithm used. Our app is most effective for the US and North America because of irregularity of water crisis i.e., the effect of water crisis can be seen in a long term process, so we have used a long term tackling method to face the crisis before we regret it.

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