AU2011100487A4 - A method for collecting and storing rain and snow and for irrigating, and apparatus therefor - Google Patents

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AU2011100487A4
AU2011100487A4 AU2011100487A AU2011100487A AU2011100487A4 AU 2011100487 A4 AU2011100487 A4 AU 2011100487A4 AU 2011100487 A AU2011100487 A AU 2011100487A AU 2011100487 A AU2011100487 A AU 2011100487A AU 2011100487 A4 AU2011100487 A4 AU 2011100487A4
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AUSTRALIA Regulation 3.2 Patents Act 1990 Complete Specification Innovation Patent APPLICANT: Junsheng Cao Invention Title: A METHOD FOR COLLECTING AND STORING RAIN AND SNOW AND FOR IRRIGATING, AND APPARATUS THEREFOR The following statement is a full description of this invention, including the best method of performing it known to me: P:\ComrncWord97\3351 -3400\33847caa\20 10429 IPO - File Palen[ Applicalion.docx A METHOD FOR COLLECTING AND STORING RAIN AND SNOW AND FOR IRRIGATING, AND APPARATUS THEREFOR Technical Field 5 The present innovation patent relates to an apparatus for collecting and storing rain and snow and for irrigating. Background of the Innovation patent Each country in the world is now in a state of water resource crisis more or less. 10 For the rainwater and the thawing water, a general means for storing water is to construct a dam across a river and to dig a water reservoir so as to introduce the rainwater or the thawing water into the water reservoir directly. While the flowing water can be stored directly, the project of constructing the dam and building the water reservoir needs great labor power and financial resource, and is affected and 15 restricted by geographical areas. Further, if the stored water within the water reservoir is to be used sufficiently, corresponding output devices need to be constructed also. And if the stored water is utilized to irrigate agriculture and forest, additional irrigation apparatus needs to be added, and the traditional means will consume more labor power and more material resources. Therefore, the utilization 20 rate for rainwater and thawing water is very low now. In the situation of emphasizing the accord development of human and natural world nowadays and under the development tendency of building up an economy society, constructing the dam, building the water reservoir and installing other output and irrigation apparatuses not only damage the ecological environment of the natural world and consume a great 25 amount of resource, but also cannot make the best use of the stored water resource 2 and further cannot balance the relation between storing flowing water and utilizing the stored water. CN1189966A discloses a comprehensive water-saving irrigation method for dry land crops, it belongs to irrigation technology and relates to water utilization in 5 the culture of dry land crop, the technology accumulates water through several ways and waters crops through water-saving seepage irrigation, and chemical fertilizer is dissolved into water while irrigation. The said technology can ensure good harvest of dry land crops. However, CN 1I89966A discloses nothing on how the wasted containers in daily life are processed to be used as the storages, aqueducts and 10 inducing pipes, to make the rain and snow flowing or seeping into collectors flow into storages. Summary of the Innovation patent The object of the present innovation patent is to overcome the drawbacks of the 15 above-mentioned prior art and to provide an apparatus for collecting and storing rain and snow and for irrigating. The rain and snow flowing or seeping into collectors are introduced into storages by utilizing the containers wasted in daily life after being processed to be used as the storages, aqueducts and inducing pipes, and then are used to irrigate agriculture and forest through the inducing pipes. 20 As the adopted technical solution for accomplishing the object of the present innovation patent, there is provided an apparatus for collecting and storing rain and snow and for irrigating, in which the falling rain and snow is immediately collected and stored in the collectors on the spot, then is introduced into the storages, and is used for irrigating by the inducing pipe connected to storages with lower potential 25 energy, thereby irrigating one bunch or a little plants at any time. The collectors are 3 mounted outdoors at first, then rainwater or thawing water flows or seeps into the collectors, and the water within the collectors flows into the storages through the inducing pipes so as to collect and store the rainwater. The irrigation is realized by the inducing pipes connected to the storages with lower potential energy. 5 The above-described apparatus for collecting and storing rain and snow and for irrigating comprises the collectors, the aqueducts and the storages. The collectors are connected with a plurality of storages and are distributed in high-low alternate manner. And the storages are connected with one another. The storages positioned with lower potential energy are connected with the aqueducts. In addition, the 10 collectors are the box-like objects with a central portion protruded and a perimeter recessed, and the bottom end of the recessed portion of the collector is arranged with a drainage opening. Or, the collectors are a groove-shaped collectors configured by making the groove-shaped containers connect end to end. The drainage openings of the collectors are connected with inlets of the plurality of storages, or the drainage 15 openings of a plurality of collectors are connected through the aqueducts, the aqueducts are connected with the plurality of storages. The bottoms of the storages are communicatively connected with one another. The above-described aqueducts are configured by making a plurality of containers connect end to end in series. The bottom of each container bottle is 20 provided with a screw wall recessed inward of the bottle, and the screw wall coincides with the screw at the neck of the container bottle. The neck of the container bottle is screwed into the bottom of another container bottle through screws. A plurality of container bottles are connected together one by one in series through screws so as to construct the aqueducts. A sealing ring is provided at the 25 screw connection between the neck of the container bottle and the bottom of another 4 container bottle. Or a bayonet bent inward the bottle is provided at the opening of the screw wall of the bottom of the container bottle which is recessed toward inside of the bottle. The bayonet is connected at the opening of the screw wall by a spring or a hinge and only bent toward inside of the bottle. 5 The above-described aqueducts are connected with the storages positioned with lower potential energy. Furthermore, the aqueducts are provided with slits or seeping holes and are buried under the earth surface layer near the plants, and thus the water seeped from the aqueducts can provide moisture for the plants. The above collectors, storages and containers used as the aqueducts and 10 inducing pipes are made of the wasted containers, that is, the aqueducts can be made by connecting the wasted mineral-water bottles, beverage bottles or other wasted containers bottle end to end in a sealing manner. The storages can be made of the wasted containers directly. And the collectors are constructed by connecting the groove-shaped containers end to end in series, wherein the groove-shaped containers 15 are made of the wasted container bottles. The present innovation patent is easy to use. The structure of the used apparatus is simple, and the collectors, the aqueducts and the storages used in the apparatus can be made of the wasted container bottles in daily life, thus reducing the cost and improving the efficiency. The rain and snow are collected and stored for 20 irrigating directly and promptly, which is beneficial to protect environment and is widely applicable to agriculture and forest regions. The present innovation patent is facilitate for agriculture and forest irrigation, water and soil conservation, flood defense, water source introduction, and water source reservation and the like. The apparatus for collecting and storing rain and water provided by the present 25 innovation patent have many advantages such as high comprehensive benefit, low 5 cost, no energy consumption, no pollution, and labor saving. The innovation patent can be widely used in mountain lands, forests, mountain wastes, plains, midair, earth surface, rural villages, cities, and locations before and after house, and therefore is a new means for saving energy and reducing exhaustion, and also is one of the most 5 effective means for solving water and soil loss, increasing the quality of sapling and crops and planting survival rate, and improving the conditions of living drinking water for farmers. Brief Description of the Drawings 10 Figure 1 is a top view of a collector according to an embodiment 1. Figure 2 is a cross-sectional view of the collector according to the embodiment 1. Figure 3 is a structural schematic view of the apparatus used for collecting and storing rain and snow and for irrigating according to the embodiment 1. 15 Figure 4 is a structural schematic view of the collector according to the embodiment 2. Figure 5 is a structural schematic view of the apparatus for collecting and storing rain and snow and for irrigating according to the embodiment 2. Figure 6 is a structural schematic view of a micro reservoir constructed by the 20 apparatus for collecting and storing rain and snow and for irrigating. Figure 7 is a structural schematic view of an aqueduct. Figure 8 is a structural schematic view of connection between containers. In the drawings, the reference number 1 refers to a collector, the reference number 2 refers to an aqueduct, the reference number 3 refers to a storage, the 25 reference number 4 refers to a collector, the reference number 5 refers to a 6 ventilating hole, the reference number 6 refers to a switch valve, the reference number 7 refers to an aqueduct, the reference number 8 refers to a bottom face, the reference number 9 refers to screws recessed inward the bottle, the reference number 10 refers to a bayonet, the reference number 11 refers to a neck, the reference 5 number 12 refers to a bottom of bottle, the reference number 13 refers to a sealing ring, the reference number 14 refers to a connecting opening, and the reference number 15 refers to a drainage opening. Detailed Description of the Preferred Embodiments 10 The apparatus for collecting and storing rainwater and for irrigating provided by the present innovation patent comprises: at first placing collectors outdoors, after the rainwater or snow enter into the collectors, making the water within the collectors flow into storages through aqueducts, thereby collecting and storing the rainwater or snow; and accomplishing irrigation by outputting pipes connected to the 15 storages located at lower potential energy. The collectors are distributed in a high-low alternate manner, and the storages are connected with one another, wherein the water within the storages is used to complete irrigation by the outputting pipes connected to the storages located at lower potential energy. Each collector is connected to one storage, and the rainwater or snow is collected and stored by the 20 connection of each of storages. Or, the collectors are connected by the aqueducts and the aqueducts are connected into the storages directly to collect and store the rainwater or snow. Embodiment 1 25 The apparatus for collecting and storing rainwater and for irrigating provided by 7 the present innovation patent is shown in Figure 3, and the apparatus comprises collectors 1, aqueducts 2, and storages 3. The collectors I are connected with the storages 3 by the aqueducts 2. The storages are distributed in a high-low alternate manner and are connected with one another, wherein the storages positioned with 5 lower potential energy is connected with outputting pipes. In addition, the collectors I are boxes with the central portion protruded and with the perimeter recessed, wherein the bottom end of the recessed portion of the box is arranged with drainage openings 15. The collectors are provided with connecting openings 14, and the collectors are connected together by the connecting openings. The top view of the 10 collectors is shown as Figure 1, and the cross-sectional view thereof is show as Figure 2. Embodiment 2 The collectors used in the present embodiment are groove-shaped collectors 15 configured by fixedly connecting the groove-shaped containers end to end, and the structure of the collectors are shown in Figure 4. A plurality of drainage openings of the collectors 4 are connected by the aqueducts 2, and the aqueducts are connected to the storages 3, wherein the bottoms of the storages 3 are communicatively connected and the structure is shown in Figure 5. 20 Conduction openings are opened on container wall of the storages, and the storages are connected with one another through the conduction openings. A micro reservoir is constructed as shown in Figure 6. The collectors 4 are connected with the aqueducts 2, and the drainage openings of the aqueducts 2 are connected with the storages 3. The storages are communicated with one another through a neck portion 25 of bottles, wherein the bottom of the storage positioned with a lower potential energy 8 is provided with opening valves 6, and the opening valves 6 are connected with the aqueducts 7. The upper portion of the storage is provided with a ventilating opening 5. The aqueducts 7 connected with the storages with a lower potential energy are buried under the earth surface layer 8,. and the aqueducts 7 are arranged with seeping 5 holes. The water seeped from the aqueducts can provide the moisture for the earth surface layer. The above-described aqueducts are constructed by connecting a plurality of container bottles end to end, as shown in Figure 7. The bottom 12 of the container bottle is provided with a screw wall 9 which is recessed inward the bottle. 10 Furthermore, the screw wall coincides with the screw at the neck 1 I of the container bottle, and the neck of the container bottle is screwed into the bottom of another container bottle through screws, the connection structure thereof is shown in Figure 8. The plurality of container bottles are connected together in series through screws so as to form the aqueduct or inducing pipe. 15 A sealing ring 13 is provided at the screwing connection between the neck of the container bottle and the bottom of another container bottle. A bayonet 10 bent inward the bottle may be provided at the opening of the screw wall of the bottom of the container bottle which is recessed toward inside of the bottle. The bayonet is connected at the opening of the screw wall by a spring or a hinge and only bends 20 toward inside of the bottle. After the neck is screwed into the bottom of another bottle, the neck with screws is fastened by the bayonet. The above collectors, the storages and the containers used as the aqueducts and outputting pipes are made of the wasted containers, that is, the aqueducts can be made by connecting the wasted mineral-water bottles, beverage bottles or other 25 wasted container bottles end to end in a sealing manner. The storages can be made of 9 the wasted containers directly. And the collectors are constructed by connecting the groove-shaped containers end to end in series, wherein the groove-shaped containers are made of the wasted container bottles. 10

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1. An apparatus for collecting and storing rain and snow and for irrigating, comprising collectors, aqueducts and storages, the collectors are connected with a plurality of storages, 5 the collectors are distributed in high-low alternate manner, the storages are connected with one another, and the storages with lower potential energy are connected with the aqueducts, wherein the aqueducts are configured by making a plurality of containers connect end to end in series, the bottom of each container bottle is provided with a screw wall recessed inward of the bottle, the screw wall coincides with the screw at the neck of the container 10 bottle, the neck of the container bottle is screwed into the bottom of another container bottle through screws, and the plurality of container bottles are connected together in series through screws so as to construct the aqueducts.
2. The apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the collectors are box-like objects with 15 a central portion protruded and a perimeter recessed, and drainage openings are provided at bottom end of recessed portion of the collectors.
3. The apparatus according to claim 2, wherein the drainage opening of the collector is connected with inlets of the plurality of storages, or the drainage openings of a plurality of 20 collectors are connected through the aqueducts, the aqueducts are connected with the plurality of storages, and the bottoms of the storages are communicatively connected with one another.
4. The apparatus according to claim 3, wherein the collectors are groove-shaped 25 collectors configured by making the groove-shaped containers connect end to end. 11
5. The apparatus according to claim 1, wherein a sealing ring is provided at the screw connection between the neck of the container bottle and the bottom of another container bottle, or a bayonet bent inward the bottle is provided at the opening of the screw wall of the 5 bottom of the container bottle which is recessed toward inside of the bottle. 12
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