A Self-Powered Energy-Saving Epidemic Prevention Tent
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Keywords

Anti-epidemic tent
Self-powered energy system
Energy saving and emission reduction
The new model

DOI

10.26689/jera.v6i5.4338

Abstract

The current situation of the epidemic is complex and changeable. Under the China adherence to the “dynamic zero clearance,” epidemic prevention and control is closely related to all walks of life, and epidemic prevention awning has become one of the essential basic epidemic prevention facilities. However, most of the epidemic awnings are manufactured for the isolation and protection from wind and rain, which could not meet the needs of electricity allocation during emergencies. Therefore, our goal is to design a new energy-saving epidemic prevention tent that is green, stable, and easy to shrink. It is equipped with multiple energy storage and multivariate methods to achieve self-supply of electric energy. First the “1+1” arrangement design of solar power panels on the anti-epidemic tent and pressure power panels combined with the design of pressure power panels under the tent can receive various energy inputs. At the same time, retractable brackets are designed under the four pillars, which are easy to fold and enhance the stability of the canopy. The utilization of energy is more diversified to achieve the purpose of energy conservation and emission reduction. Its market value is broad, and the development prospect is good.

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