Go With the Flow and Take Advantage of Computational Fluid Dynamics Modeling from CPI
February 02, 2011
When it comes to helping customers develop innovative solutions for their most challenging data center needs, Chatsworth Products, Inc. (CPI) excels in variety of design, manufacturing and on-site consultative services. While these services won’t replace the key function of our Engineering and Consultant Providers, they do serve to augment and support their efforts in devising a cutting-edge installation design.
In the spotlight this week is CPI’s Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Modeling and its positive impact on data center airflow and performance concerns related to a room’s existing or planned network equipment.
With CPI CFD Modeling, you’ll have access to an expert panel of data center design consultants, field application engineers and technical support, who’ll conduct a rigorous checklist of your installation’s existing and planned airflow, equipment placement and more. Through this precise mathematical analysis, design and placement recommendations are enhanced by a variety of CPI-observed factors, including:
- Shape & size of the data center
- Raised floor & ceiling heights
- Location & type of CRAC units
- Location & open area of perforated tiles, cut-outs & under-floor obstructions
Once these elements have been captured and recorded, CPI’s CFD Modeling will assist customers in creating an optimized installation based on better airflow, maximized network equipment performance and the elimination of wasteful power usage and cooling techniques. Better still, all of this can take place before any timely and costly construction begins.
As part of CPI’s commitment to delight the customer with our products and support, we’re proud to offer this highly-advanced consultation and analysis at no cost to you – something other IT infrastructure support companies just don’t provide.
To learn more about CPI’s CFD Modeling or schedule a free consultation of your own, contact Tech Support at 800-834-4969 or via email.