Prepaid energy meter manufacturer Shandong University of Science and Technology invites you to watch the ball together
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What does the World Cup mean to you?
The passion on the green field, the ecstasy after victory
Or lonely after defeat?
In those years, the World Cup that you and the upper brothers chased have become memories.
But the lessons I spent together to watch the ball, the night I spent,
The wine and the skewers we drank together blended into the shaded field
Become the protagonist of your bloody youth
Englishman invented football
And Brazil makes football beautiful
This June, the World Cup brings you back to youth
Then, let the HKUST Zhongtian smart meter escort your passion!
There is a question: What will happen to the power outage when watching the World Cup? the answer is:
A Crazy-** fans;
C snickers-fans who can't watch TV;
D happy-the wife of the fans.
Although just a joke, it illustrates the significance of electricity for fans. For football matches that fans are concerned about, electricity is even more important. So the question comes: how much electricity does a World Cup football require?
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According to the total lighting power of the World Cup stadiums in 1998, 2002 and 2006, excluding the "abnormal data" of the Hamburg stadium, the average total lighting power of each stadium is 500 kilowatts. Generally speaking, the duration of a game is 90 minutes (1.5 hours), then a World Cup football game requires at least 500 × 1.5 = 750 kWh (all have not been counted as the intermission yet hum ╭ (╯ ^ ╰) ╮) . In other words, to play 64 games in a World Cup, at least 48000 kWh of electricity is needed, enough for a family of three to use 240 months, which is 20 years!
And these are just the power consumption of lighting. If you add communication, audio and other aspects ... The following table of power consumption of the "Bird's Nest" stadium in different modes can see the high-definition broadcast worldwide, really The super power consumption is 2 times that of general color TV broadcasts and 3 times that without TV broadcasts. Therefore, it is conservatively estimated that a high-definition broadcast of a World Cup football game may require thousands of kilowatt-hours.
Will there be a power outage in the arena with such a large amount of power?
A ball game uses so much power, will there be a power outage? Power outages in sports events are really "mourning", but it seems that it is not uncommon for large sports events to experience power outages ...
Is it so easy for major sports events to lose power? Neither is it. At least, not in China. We have strong safeguards and policies ~ The venues of major sports events are generally first-class loads. According to the current industry standard "Code for Design of Sports Buildings", lighting for level IV lighting (TV broadcasts of national and international competitions) and above competition venues shall be powered by dual power sources, each of which shall bear 50% of the venue lighting fixtures. When major events are held, 50% of the venue lighting should be powered by generators, and the other 50% by the mains power supply.
The prepaid watt-hour meter produced by Shandong University of Science and Technology Zhongtian Electronics Co., Ltd. has been operating normally in the Bird's Nest Stadium for nearly 10 years, providing a guarantee and basis for the stability of Bird's Nest power supply and the statistics of power consumption. Promote the smooth development of various activities in the bird's nest.
For energy-saving power management system and large-scale public building energy analysis system, Shandong Science and Technology University Zhongtian Electronics Co., Ltd. was selected.