Cloud-based simulation to test, validate, and optimize designs iteratively, and easily.
Our guest speaker, Herbert Radlinger, CTO of NDC-GARBE Data Centers Europe will share insights from more than 25 years of experience in the data center industry and demonstrate how NDC’s use of high-fidelity, cloud-based simulation enables optimal thermal management in their facilities.
Each attendee will have direct access to SimScale software and experts to complete their own modeling and simulation of a data center facility. Expert instructors will guide the workshop with step-by-step directions in an interactive environment that allows for discussion and Q&A.
“We use CFD simulation to prove to our clients how resilient our cooling systems are. We were looking for a solution that is easy to deploy and that does not require expertise or recurring consulting services. These were some of the main drivers in our selection of SimScale as a solution.”
Herbert Radlinger, CTO
“The benefits of CAE in general — and cloud-based solutions in particular — apply to most industries and applications. But why is it that important for data center designers?”
“Innovative technologies and strategies are required in order to cool data centers, especially with the new generation of high-performance processors. In tackling the challenge of thermal management, CFD simulation, together with an iterative design approach, plays a crucial role in identifying potential issues as well as optimization potential for more performant, cost-effective, and energy-efficient data centers.”
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“A new Frost & Sullivan study estimates investments of up to $432 billion in data centers by 2025. This represents a CAGR of 10 percent, capitalizing on exponential data demands from the Internet of Things (IoT), big data, and artificial intelligence. Growth is global, with the Asia-Pacific region predicted to have the fastest emerging growth in data centers”
This particular facet of AEC can be applied in in a variety of ways, including:
An effective thermal management or cooling design needs to be analyzed in the early design process to validate and optimize cooling efficiency in a data center. However, the high cost of hardware and steep learning curves of traditional, on-premises tools leave many designers to feel that simulation is not an option.
SimScale has eliminated such traditional hurdles, thanks to the power of the cloud. With SimScale, engineers can:
In this simulation project, a cooling simulation is performed using CFD. Learn how to evaluate energy efficiency and conform to different energy standards as well as improve your data center cooling design with online simulation.
This detailed simulation project evaluates cooling systems by evaluating air temperature and velocity inside a server room using a thermo-fluid analysis type on SimScale.
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