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coolingZONE-12 Conference to Include CFD Focus Track
Posted Thu July 26, 2012 @04:32PM
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Announcements The practical use of CFD and simulation tools is a focus of the coolingZONE-12 conference in Cambridge, MA, from August 27-30, 2012.

Three noted engineers will show how software-based studies help provide better cooling solutions for overheated hardware.

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Dr. Chris Aldham, of Future Facilities (Six Sigma CFD) a pioneer in the employment of computational fluid dynamics, CFD, will explain how the drive for efficiency and energy savings is also forcing changes in the way data centers are organized. Ideas such as free cooling, aisle containment, increased ambient temperatures and liquid cooling are all being explored through CFD.

Ruben Bons, of CD-Adapco, will provide a course on the design of natural convection-cooled systems for electronics and LED lighting. He will examine the approach to simulating natural convection-cooled systems in a CFD program.

Dr. Andrew Duggleby, of Texas A&M University, will present on the use of computers to go where experiments cannot: massively-parallel LES of turbulent heat transfer. Dr.Duggleby will discuss the current state-of-the-art for both quick simulations and highly-resolved simulations in the context of turbulent heat transfer.

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