Content
Number of images - 5
Tables and charts - 3
Lighting and Control Design of Large-Scale Stadium Skating Competition. L&E 26 (4) 2018

Light & Engineering 26 (4)

Volume 26
Date of publication 12/20/2018
Pages 183–190

Purchase PDF - $6

Lighting and Control Design of Large-Scale Stadium Skating Competition. L&E 26 (4) 2018
Articles authors:
Qi ZOU

Qi ZOU, Master Dr., Associate Professor. Graduated from North­east Normal University in 2007 and now working in Jilin Sport University. The research interests include physical education

Abstract:
In order to further improve the synchronicity of stadium lighting, this paper puts forward a design and analysis model of lighting and control for large­scale stadium skating competition. In this paper, the development and mode analysis of lighting system based on micro­grid control are introduced. Then, in the process of analysis, the research model of circuit automatic control for micro­grid control is designed, and the algorithm is used to assist it. Finally, the simulation system is used to test the synchronization of the micro­grid controlled lighting system. The results show that virtual synchronous machine technology can significantly improve the coordination and synchronization of lighting system, and further reduce circuit failures, ensure the smooth lighting of stadiums, and have a good development prospects.
References:
1. Takasaki M., Gibo N., Takenaka K. Control and protection scheme of HVDC system with self?commutated converter in system fault conditions. Electrical Engineering in Japan, 2016, V132, #2, pp.6–18.
2. Dobakhshari A. S., Ranjbar A M.A. Wide­Area Scheme for Power System Fault Location Incorporating Bad Data Detection. IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, 2016, V30, #2, pp.800–808.
3. Wu W., Liu L., Wang K. Risk assessment methods and models of power system fault due to geomagnetic disturbance. Zhongguo Dianji Gongcheng Xuebao/proceedings of the Chinese Society of Electrical Engineering, 2016, V35, #4, pp.830–839.
4. Lai J. Y., Qiu Y.D., Wan­Lin D.U. Application and Design of Transmission Line Fault Location System Based on Fault Information Processing System. Mechanical & Electrical Engineering Technology, 2016, V130, #2, pp.8–20.
5. Zhang X., Hu X., Meng H. Analysis of Fault for Ship’s Electrical System. Marine Electric & Electronic Engineering, 2016, V35, #4, pp.830–839.
6. Suduc A M., Bizoi M., Gorghiu G. Inquiry Based Science Learning in Primary Education. Procedia – Social and Behavioural Sciences, 2016, V205, pp.474–479.
7. Kim J., Koo C., Kim C J. Integrated CO 2, cost, and schedule management system for building construction projects using the earned value management theory. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2016, V103, pp.275–285.
8. Meuer J., Rupietta C., Backes­Gellner U. Layers of co­existing innovation systems. Research Policy, 2016, V44, #4, pp.888–910.
9. Jadhav J. R., Mantha S.S., Rane S.B. Analysis of interactions among the barriers to JIT production: interpretive structural modelling approach. Journal of Industrial Engineering International, 2016, V11, #3, pp.331–352.
10. Uribe M. D. R., Magana A.J., Bahk J. Computational simulations as virtual laboratories for online engineering education: A case study in the field of thermoelectricity. Computer Applications in Engineering Education, 2016, V24, #3, pp.428–442.
11. Zhang W., Thurow K., Stoll R.A. Context­Aware mHealth System for Online Physiological Monitoring in Remote Healthcare. International Journal of Computers Communications & Control, 2016, V11, #1, pp.142–156.
12. Weiping Zhang., Akbar Maleki., Marc A. Rosen., Jingqing Liu. Optimization with a simulated annealing algorithm of a hybrid system for renewable energy including battery and hydrogen storage, Energy, 2018, V163, pp. 191–207.
13. Chaitanya, B. K., Soni, A. K., Yadav, A. Communication Assisted Fuzzy based Adaptive Protective Relaying Scheme for Microgrid. Journal of Power Technologies, 2018, V98, #1, pp.57–69.
Keywords

Buy

Recommended articles