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Old   November 7, 2013, 03:16
Default Software availble for CFD analyse a data center air flow
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I am currently involved in a project to develop and validate a server room model for energy efficient operation. I have developed an analytical model and currently developing a physical testing prototype. In order to validate the results I get it is better for me to conduct a CFD analysis too. I am currently using ANSYS Fluent. I'm hoping to find a software specifically designed for data center cooling flow analysis. Can anyone suggest any software specifically designed for data center cooling analysis?
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Ansys FLuent will predict good only
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