27 March, 2017
Director Sherman Ikemoto will be speaking about engineering simulation at the 2017 Data Center World Global Conference in Los Angeles. The session will be held on Thursday, April 6th from 10:45-11:45 AM in Room 503 of the West Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center. The seminar is titled:
“A Data Center Crystal Ball: Using Engineering Simulation to Predict and Correct Airflow/Cooling Problems Before Implementation.”
While best-practices for airflow management in the industry are well known, this session instead considers how to predict the behavior of airflow prior to the implementation of a new solution and how to correct or improve cooling efficiency for different possible scenarios. Using engineering simulation, data center managers can model scenarios to understand the impact of cooling and airflow and how these factors influence operational efficiency, capacity utilization, and overall business operations. The seminar will also feature a new performance assessment tool from the Green Grid called the Performance Indicator. Attendees will gain insight into how this tool can be utilized and why operational CFD modeling is imperative to the successful modern data center.
Visit us at booth #1245 for a preview of 6SigmaDCX11, including 6SigmaAccess.
Read the full article at busiensswire.com
For more detials about the event visit datacenterworld.com
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