water.docx

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Department
Engineering Science
Course Code
700038
Professor
Graham Bishop

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Intro: The mian aim of the project is to create a situated atmosphere in the household which is efficient and cheapest to run. Multipurpose creation or a live design that opens a connection of water, gas and electricity which all have one thing in common, which is energy and that is what we will be modernising. Today’s ideal home is built to the correct Australian standards, which allow household consumers money and is also friendly towards the atmosphere. Our company will strive to its limits to the most accurate assets of the household to allow its energy efficient module to be at its very best. the water tank: There are different kinds of water tanks- but mainly they are used to store water for human consumption- either for home use or commercial. , tanks can be used for various purposes: "above ground cisterns storing residential safe drinking water, rainwater harvesting, long term water storage, emergency potable water storage, fire protection water tanks & farm irrigation." The water tank is used to mainly in the household in this instant as it is used to grow the value towards an efficient water systemic home. In the cases the water tank is used as a recycling tool so water can be used for the toiletry systems, the washing machine, watering the garden, household chores and washing the car. There are vertical, horizontal, free standing, flat bottom, low profile, portable, and bladder tanks. They can be round, rectangular, cylindrical, thin or thick, tall or short- depending on where they will be placed and what they will be used for. They come in various materials: plastic (polyethylene/polypropylene) which is probably the most popular as it is the least expensive yet most durable (does not rust or deteriorate), fiberglass, which is unaffected by chemicals, also stone, concrete, and steel. These water tanks and rain tanks contain an outlet to hook up piping from the tank to the home or building, using a valve and pump system. As the water fixture is activated (the sink turns on, the toilet flushes, etc.) the pump releases air to push the water from the tank to the home or building's plumbing. Simply, water is collected from the upper gutters of the house, it is then propelled down the down pipes of the house into the main water thank system. The water is then moves to the pipes to tap systems through pressure systems into different circuits. There are three different types of water tanks; The dry system: The transfer system: The wet system: All these different systems are being used to different circumstances, whether it’s the environment, the situation or context or the excuse of lack of room. The shower timer: Wondering why the water bill is always on the peak. Wondering why there isn’t an alte
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