CFD analysis for data centres

Sudlows, which specialises in data centres and IT infrastructure, has released a white paper exploring the use of CFD (computational fluid dynamics) for designing data centres. CFD is having a major impact on technical design by examining the effect of airflow and energy server technology on the environment and how such applications can help reduce carbon footprints.

The paper compares current CFD applications and proposes a set of analysis methods and metrics for data-centre professionals to use.

It is available via the ‘resources’ section of Sudlows web site.

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