Smart rain water harvesting techniques
by Raseswari Pradhan; Jaya Prakash Sahoo
International Journal of Water (IJW), Vol. 14, No. 2/3, 2021

Abstract: In a smart city, the following factors are very vital such as smart grid, e-health. Smart city is one of the burning topics of research. Although there is no particular definition of smart city, it means smart grid, e-health, e-environmental monitoring, smart home, smart water quality, smart air quality etc. integrated into a single application. Human civilisation cannot be sustained and prosper with shortage of usable water. Hence, water has a vital share in human life even living in smart cities. This paper describes about the smart water quality issues in a smart city and some of the research advances in handling those issues. Among them it investigates the rain water harvesting technologies and some of their practical applications.

Online publication date: Thu, 26-May-2022

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