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内田 晋,根本 和宜,杉浦 正吾,下田 邦夫,川廷 昌弘,五十嵐 彰,小坂 潤平,水野谷 剛,氷鉋 揚四郎


Title 日本プロ野球レギュラーシーズンにおける球場のエネルギー消費の要因分析
Author 内田 晋
Author 根本 和宜
Author 杉浦 正吾
Author 下田 邦夫
Author 川廷 昌弘
Author 五十嵐 彰
Author 小坂 潤平
Author 水野谷 剛
Author 氷鉋 揚四郎
DOI 10.24778/jjser.31.3_8
Parallel Title A Factor Analysis of Stadium Energy Consumption in Japanese Professional Baseball Games
Author Another Name Uchida Susumu
Author Another Name Nemoto Kazuyoshi
Author Another Name Sugiura Syogo
Author Another Name Shimoda Kunio
Author Another Name Kawatei Masahiro
Author Another Name Igarashi Akira
Author Another Name Kosaka Junpei
Author Another Name Mizunoya Takeshi
Author Another Name Higano Yoshiro
Year of Publication(W3CDTF) 2010
Summary・Abstract Energy consumption structure of Japanese professional baseball games was analyzed. Multiple linear regression analyses ofelectricity consumption in stadiums indicated that the length of games, air-conditioning load (calculated from thetemperature), starting time of games (day or night) and humidity affected the electricity consumption in most stadiums, andalso the number of spectators and atmospheric pressure affected in some stadiums. Total electricity consumption wasdecomposed to each factors based on the result of the analyses. Nippon Professional Baseball had started "Green BaseballProject" in 2008, in which each player himself and team tries to save electricity through speedy play and to shorten the gamelength. Total electricity consumption in 2008 was reduced by 2.58% compared to 2007 and energy consumption by gas wasalso reduced, although the reduction ratio in the game length was no more than 1.4%. Furthermore, the degree in contributionof game length to total consumption of electricity increased in 2008. This cannot be explained by the reduction of gamelength, and these results suggested that some factors other than the game length also affected to the reduction of energyconsumption such as the increasing awareness of players, spectators and stadium officers about energy saving, consideringrestricted contribution of game length to total electricity consumption.
Target Audience 一般
Material Type 記事・論文
Magazine-which-carries-the-article name エネルギー・資源学会論文誌
Printing volume 31
Printing number 3
Printing page 8-14

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