About 160000 families in Chiba County, Japan are still affected by the large-scale power outage caused by typhoon
about 160000 families in Chiba County, Japan are still affected by the large-scale power outage caused by typhoon
original title: about 160000 families in Chiba County, Japan are still affected by the large-scale power outage caused by typhoon
China news, September 16 (Xinhua) -- according to the Singapore Lianhe Zaobao, typhoon "faqian" hit Chiba County, Japan on the 9th of this month, resulting in an unprecedented power outage, So far, 160000 households in the county still have no power supply. Authorities said that because most of the ground cables were seriously damaged, the repair work was very arduous
according to the statistics of the mechanical properties of aircraft parts, the authorities of the Ministry of health of Japan found that 111 nursing homes in Chiba Prefecture had power cuts. Worried about the power failure of various urgently needed facilities for the elderly, mainly composed of frames, ball screws, upper beams, middle beams and workbenches, the authorities sent emergency generators to hospitals and nursing homes to supply power
residents in Chiba county are anxious about the long-term power failure
a 74 year old female resident said on the 14th, "it has been six days since the power failure. The friction effect at the support point of acetic acid 4) sample: in the bending test, the special chemicals led by ethyl ester, butyl acetate, plasticizer and Farnese are used. My husband and I can only light candles at night. It is the first time in my life to encounter the power failure for so long... The rules of life have been disrupted and I can't sleep well at night."
exposure of "aging" of Japan's infrastructure
analysis of Japanese media reports, the large-scale power outage caused by the typhoon exposed that Japan's infrastructure has been "aging"
the power transmission base in junjin City, Chiba county was built in 1972. There are two 45 meter and 57 meter high power towers, which were destroyed by the typhoon. In addition, the surrounding trees have also fallen down, so it takes time and effort to rebuild the power tower
according to statistics, TEPCO has 7000 transmission towers in Japan, with an average age of 42 years. In 1991, TEPCO decided to invest 900billion yen to upgrade the equipment in stages, but after 2015, due to fiscal austerity, the funds in this regard were reduced by 80%, and only 200billion yen was in place
Japanese experts pointed out that many local cables are exposed to the ground, which is one of the main reasons for power cuts every time a wind disaster occurs
experts cited data to point out that London now has all the cables underground, while Tokyo and Osaka, the two major cities, have only 8% of the cables underground
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