When conducting the Monte Carlo tests, sample points are randomly generated in the smallest cuboid that contains the vertical tank. If xmin = min{xi,j}, ymin = min{yi,j}, zmin = min{zi,j}, xmax = max{xi,j}, ymax = max{yi,j}, zmax = max{zi,j}, where 1≤ iNlayer, 1≤ jNmono, xi,j, yi,j and zi,j are the coordinates of sensor points, the coordinates of sample points would be xminxxmax, yminyymax, zminzzmax.

After the Monte Carlo tests, if the number of sample points satisfying the criterions of the Monte Carlo Test is NIN, and totally Nsample sample points are generated, the capacity of the upper part would be

Similarly, for a certain height hk, if the number of the sample points that satisfy the criterions of the Monte Carlo Test and zhk is NIN-k, the capacity in upper part at hk is

The vertical tank capacity at hk is

The tank capacity table can be compiled by counting the number of sample points satisfying the criterions of the Monte Carlo Test at different heights.

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