This is due to several factors, including the high plug loads of the servers, the level of heat rejection required within the server rooms, and the 24/7/365 operation of these facilities.
Over 30% of the power consumption in the Data Center can be attributed to the HVAC system (LBNL, 2007), with its primary purpose of maintaining acceptable thermal environment within the server rooms, by rejecting the heat from the hot isles (fan energy) and supplying chilled air to the cold isles (fan energy and cooling loads).
WEBINAR #2 TOPIC: Thermal Assessments for Hyperscale Data Centers Due to Re-entrainment of Heated Exhaust Sources
DATES: Tuesday, Oct. 20th @ 8:30 a.m.
Thursday, Oct. 22nd @ 4:30 p.m.
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CPP can help bring the proven science of Wind Engineering to the design and operation of your Hyperscale Data Centers.
To attend, or if you would like more information on Wind Engineering of Hyperscale Data Centers, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Your Presenter
CPP Principal and technical expert, Brad C. Cochran, will bring to each webinar his 25 years of experience conducting wind tunnel, analytical, and Computational Fluid Dynamic modeling for laboratory, hospital, and Data Center ventilation design.
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