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A water tank is a container for storing water. Water tanks are used to provide storage of water for use in many applications, drinking water
It is said that he had three tanks built, namely Abhaya wewa, Gamini wewa, and Jaya wewa, yet, presently, only one tank named Basawakkulama wewa ,which is known as the Abhaya wewa in the past, can be identified.
Let's see what's given in the question,
Power of pump= 2KW = 2000 watts
Height= 10 metre
Time= 1 minute= 60 seconds
As we know
Power= Work done/ Time
And Work done= mgh
Power= mgh/ Time
Keeping the value, in SI units
2000 watt = (m× 9.81×10 )/ 60
m= mass of water = 1223.2415 kgs
If you wish to convert it in litres then,
Density= Mass / Volume
Or , Volume= Mass/ Density
Volume= 1223.2415/ 1000
Volume = 1.2232415 meter cube
And if you want in litres, then
1 meter cube = 1000 litres
So, Volume= 1.2232415 × 1000 litres
= 1223.2415 litres
So your pump is giving out large amount of water in 1 minute, 1223.24 litres, don't waste it.
Temple tanks are wells or reservoirs built as part of the temple complex near Indian temples. They are called pushkarini, kalyani, kunda, sarovara, tirtha, talab, pukhuri, etc. in different languages and regions of India. Some tanks are said to cure various diseases and maladies when bathed in. It is possible that these are cultural remnants of structures such as the Great Bath of Mohenjo-daro or Dholavira, which was part of the Indus Valley Civilization. Some are stepwells with many steps at the sides.
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Thus a tank elevated to 20 metres creates about 200 kPa and a tank elevated to 70 feet creates about 30 psi of discharge pressure, sufficient for most domestic and industrial requirements.
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Let us consider the depth of the tank to be h m.
Its length is 40m and breadth is 31.25m.
So, the volume of the tank is = (40*31.25*h) m³
Again, the total capacity of tank for 25000 inhabitants at 125L per day per person and for 2 days is = (25000*125*2)L
= 6250000 litres
= 6250 m³ [As 1m³ = 1000L]
Equating both the volumes, we get:
So, (40*31.25*h) = 6250
⇒ 1250h = 6250
⇒ h = 6250/1250 = 5
So, h = 5 m
Thus, depth of tank = 5m
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