Optimum Cooling of Data Centers: Application of Risk Assessment and Mitigation Techniques, ISBN-13: 978-1461456018
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- 186 pages
- Publisher: Springer; 2014 edition (November 21, 2013)
- Authors: Jun Dai, Michael M. Ohadi, Diganta Das, Michael G. Pecht
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1461456010
- ISBN-13: 978-1461456018
This book provides data center designers and operators with methods by which to assess and mitigate the risks associated with utilization of optimum cooling solutions. The goal is to provide readers with sufficient knowledge to implement measures such as free air cooling or direct liquid immersion cooling properly, or combination of existing and emerging cooling technologies in data centers, base stations, and server farms. This book describes the use of free air cooling to improve the efficiency of, and cooling of, equipment for use in telecom infrastructures. Discussed at length is the cooling of communication installation rooms such as data centers or base stations, and this is intended as a valuable tool for the people designing and manufacturing key parts of communication networks. This book provides an introduction to current cooling methods used for energy reduction, and also compares present cooling methods in use in the field. The qualification methods and standard reliability assessments are reviewed, and their inability to assess the risks of free air cooling is discussed. The method of identifying the risks associated with free air cooling on equipment performance and reliability is introduced. A novel method of assessment for free air cooling is also proposed that utilizes prognostics and health management (PHM).
This book also:
• Discusses various telecommunication infrastructures, with an emphasis on data centers and base stations
• Covers the most commonly known energy and power management techniques, as well as emerging cooling solutions for data centers
• Describes the risks to the electronic equipment fitted in these installations and the methods of risk mitigation
• Devotes a particular focus to an up-to-date review of the emerging cooling methods (such as free air cooling and direct liquid immersion cooling) and tools and best practices for designers, technology developers, installation operators, and owners
• Informs installation designers and manufacturers of the benefits and limitations of the most common existing and emerging cooling methods
Optimum Cooling of Data Centers: Application of Risk Assessment and Mitigation Techniques is an ideal book for researchers and engineers interested in design, manufacturing, and optimum operation of cooling solutions for telecom and other mission-critical infrastructures.
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