2022 World Cup: Dr Saud Abdul Ghani explains Al Wakrah Stadium's cooling technology

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The Al Wakrah stadium and its cooling technology will be inaugurated when Xavi plays his last game in the final of the Amir Cup...

"At Khalifa we were taking fresh air and pushing it to people. This is the reason the technology at Al Wakrah is much more efficient than at Khalifa. Moreover, a new line of under-seat diffusers has been developed in order to deliver the air to fans in a gentle manner", Dr Ghani revealed.The industrial engineering expert remains enthusiastic about D-Day on Thursday. "We‚??ve worked so hard to deliver this project and I remember when the stadium was simply a small model made out of plastic. At Qatar University, we‚??ve spent hours and hours in the wind tunnel, hours and hours in the lab trying to optimise the opening of the roof and the height of the stadium. But now we‚??re delivering the cooling and it‚??s good to see it‚??s not only on paper anymore ‚?? it‚??s the realisation of a team effort.""This is a huge team effort ‚?? it‚??s not just engineering, we have so many people involved in the delivery, it‚??s a collective effort. Our cooling technology research group at Qatar University is supported by the Supreme Committee and Aspire Zone Foundation, "he further stated.Dr Ghani saw the implementation of the technology as a long-term benefit for the citizens of the Middle-Eastern nation. "Active participation in sports and outdoor activities is one of the most important tools to produce healthy generations capable of pushing the pace of development in the country. If you go to Katara, you‚??ll notice the walkway in the new plaza is 100% cooled."We‚??re starting to develop cool walkways across the country, in a scientific way that will be environmentally-friendly and will not put any pressure on the electricity or water networks. This will be great for encouraging people to get out and walk during the summer and take full advantage of Qatar Rail and the neighborhood markets."I hope this will boost the health of the population and help the country spend less on healthcare, such as diabetes and hypertension," he concluded.

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