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Volume 276, 20212021 5th International Conference on Water Conservancy, Hydropower and Building Engineering (WCHBE 2021)
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|Water Conservancy and Hydropower and Natural Geological Exploration
|23 June 2021
Research On Technological Utilizing in an Automatic Device for Collecting Rain and Snow in Qinghai Province, China
1 School of Water Resources and Electric Power, Qinghai University, Xining 810016, China
2 Key Laboratory of Ecological Protection and High-Quality Development in the Upper Yellow River, Qinghai University, Xining, 810016, China
3 School of Chemical Engineering and Technology，Qinghai University, Xining 810016, China
* Corresponding author: Beiming Kang, Kangbeiming1988@163.com
Based on the climatic conditions in the northwest and the widely used water storage method in the northwest rural areas, we designed a rain and snow collection device, which is realized by an inductor and an “M” collection curtain, which uses the rotation of the motor and the supply of the heating film. Water purification and storage can be obtained through compound grit tanks, biochar adsorption systems, etc. The collected water resources can be integrated with water purification and storage through flood control and antifreeze devices. Real-time senses the changes of water level and water temperature. In this article, a calculation model for the optimal sedimentation effect is also established, which can calculate the minimum scale parameters of the sedimentation tank under different weather conditions, and provide guidance for the construction of the system. In addition, we tested the actual collection capacity of the system, and the results showed that the system has high practical value. At present, there is no a complete and systematic study integrated with it in the Northwest region. This system can alleviate the lack of water resources in some areas to a certain extent, play a positive role in the rural ecological environment and lessen flood
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