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Sepapere tänava valgustuslahendus

Kazlas, Meelis (2018) Sepapere tänava valgustuslahendus. [thesis] [en] Designing the lighting solution for Sepapere street.

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Abstract

Lõputöö raames osales autor AS Elektritsentrumi firma poolt pakutud Sepapere tänavavalgustuse projekteerimises, et lahendada probleem, milleks oli puuduv tänavavalgustus Sepapere tänaval. Põhistandardid projekteerimiseks olid EVS 843:2016 Linnatänavad ning EVS-EN 13201 erinevad osad. Teevalgustus. Lõputöö valgusarvutustest, mis on tehtud programmiga DIAluxEvo, selgus, et uuritavatest Philipsi ja Talose valgustitest sobis kõige paremini Detas SpA Talos. Teiste Digistreeti tootesarja kuuluvate BGP762 LED100/830 DM11 ning BGP762 LED120/830 DN11 toodete valgustustehnilised näitajad olid kõige kehvemad ning neile oli omane antud projektis suur energiakulu. Teisena parim oli Philips BGP623, mis on parameetrite poolest sarnane Talose valgustitele. Hinnagraafiku järgi on tulemus veel kirjum ning odavaimaks kujunes objekt Detas SpA Talos valgustitega, mis on kolmandiku võrra odavam sellele järgnevast Philips BGP762 valgustiga lahendusest. Digistreeti tootesarja valgustitega objekti kogumaksumus oli märgatavalt kallim, kuna nad valgustavad paremini laiemat teed kui seda on Sepapere viie meetri laiune tänav. Seetõttu kujunes antud teelõigul nende valgustite arv liiga suureks ja tõstis kogumaksumust. Tallinna Kommunaalameti nõude tõttu, kasutada Sepapere tänaval lähiümbruskonnas eelnevalt paigaldatud valgusteid, on projekt teostatud Philips BGP623 valgustiga, mis on arvutuslikult teisena kõige odavam ning ökonoomsem. Töö tulemusena on valminud projekt Sepapere tänavavalgustus, mis vastab kõikidele Eesti Vabariigi seadustele, määrustele ning lisaks standarditele. Kõik Tallinna Kommunaalameti ja Elektrilevi poolt seatud nõuded on samuti täidetud.

Abstract [en]

The title of the thesis was Designing the lighting solution for Sepapere street. Sepapere street was a street in Haabersti, Tallinn city. It was a topic, which was presented to me by AS Elektritsentrum. My objective was to design the lighting solution since it had no street lighting. To create the project, author had to fulfill certain requirements. Firstly, I had to read several laws and standards which created a basis on where I could design the street lighting. Two main standards processed were EVS 843:2016 City streets and EVS 13201:2014 Street lighting. On first part author gave an overview about Tallinn street lighting and in second part were summarized positive sides and negative sides of LED lighting. On third part there were some requirements by city of Tallinn and standards I used. Also how some of the requirements were being fulfilled. Since the objective was to design the lighting solution, it had to be most cost-efficient, economical and safe for passengers. To help achieve it, four different street lights were analyzed: Philips BGP623, BGP762xLED100, BGP762xLED12 and Detas SpA Talos. On DIAlux, these lights were compared by technical specifications to find most economical choice. Secondly was created a chart to see which lighting was most cost-efficient. Most optimal choice was Detas SpA Talos, but since requirements for designing, given by Tallinn City, were specific about Philips street lighting. Talos lighting were denied after that and project was done by Philips BGP623 which was second-best light. As a result of this thesis, most suitable lighting solution was found which would fit in all three parameters – safe, economical and cost-efficient and project was finalized.

Item Type: thesis
Advisor: Tiiu Tamm
Subjects: Mechanical Engineering > Electrical Engineering and Electrical Equipment > Energy Technology and Automation
Divisions: Institute of Engineering > Electrical Engineering
Depositing User: Meelis Kazlas
Date Deposited: 07 Jun 2018 11:20
Last Modified: 27 Aug 2019 08:29
URI: http://eprints.tktk.ee/id/eprint/3808

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