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Data Center Facility Thermal Design Webinar
Posted Tue October 04, 2005 @09:39AM
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News Managers of data center facilities, engineers, designers, or anyone else responsible for data center thermal management and equipment layout should attend this webinar to learn how they can benefit from the use of airflow modeling to perform virtual cooling audits of their facilities using a new service from Fluent Inc. named CoolSim.

The free webinar will be held Thursday, October 27, 2005 at 2:00 pm, Eastern Daylight Saving Time.

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The demonstration of CoolSim will demonstrate how users can build the floor layout and spec out the equipment in their facilities through an intuitive, and easy to learn and use GUI. Attendees will also see a sample of the virtual cooling audit report which is generated following the calculation on a remote computing facility.

The report details whether the temperature at the inlets of the racks is within established industry guidelines plus additional critical cooling performance information such as the location of hot spots, temperature and airflow patterns both above and below the floor, tile flow rates and plenum pressure distribution is also included in the report.

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