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Inactive capacity (inactive storage) The term 'Inactive capacity (inactive storage)' as it applies to the area of reclamation can be defined as ' The reservoir capacity exclusive of and above the dead capacity from which the stored water is normally not available because of operating agreements or physical restrictions. Under abnormal conditions, such as a shortage of water or a requirement for structural repairs, water may be evacuated from this space. The inactive capacity extends from the top of inactive capacity to the top of dead capacity'.
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