Special topic on research and application demonstration data of key technology of snow support for events
Publish time:2023-09-07 08:30
The project is led by Wang Feiteng, a researcher from Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Sciences. The projects are organized by Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing Normal University, Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, Harbin Institute of Sport, Hebei Climate Center, Shandong Normal University, Yabli Sports Training Base of Heilongjiang Province, Zhangjiakou Carbin Ski Equipment Manufacturing Co., LTD., Huike Education Technology Group Co., LTD., Miyuan (Zhangjiakou) Tourist Resort Co., LTD The family unit jointly undertakes to form an integrated innovation team combining production, university and research. Snow events are the "highlight" of the Winter Olympics, accounting for 70% of the total gold MEDALS. The snow support technology is an important foundation and prerequisite for the success of the Beijing Winter Olympics snow events. The key technology is reflected in a series of snow work such as snow making, snow storage, snow laying, snow quality monitoring and forecasting and related remedial measures. The project plans to develop an integrated solution suitable for the development of China's ice and snow industry through the establishment of a joint team consisting of scientific research institutes, ice and snow universities, ski resorts and enterprises, aiming at snowmaking, snow storage, snow quality assurance and track maintenance of ski resorts. On the one hand, it provides technical support for the snow events of the Winter Olympic Games, and on the other hand, it aims to promote China's snow work to be in line with international standards. And serve the strategic goal of China's ice and snow industry "South exhibition west expansion east" in the post-Olympic era. A total of 12 data sets were released in this project, including experimental data of snowmaking system, meteorological data of China's three major ski resorts, snow bank data of ski jumping platform, meteorological observation data of Zhangjiakou Competition area, etc. The project takes the ski resort of the Beijing Winter Olympics and several other ski resorts as the research object. Through observation, experiment and numerical simulation, it carries out the research and development of key technologies such as the judgment, monitoring and prediction of the track snow quality, the production of the ice-like snow track, the storage of snow by various means, and the research and development of the high-efficiency snow making model and the snowmaking package.