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Electronics Take a Bath- Update
Presentation given at the data center workshop hosted by the Silicon Valley Leadership Group and PG&E at NetApp in Sunnyvale, CA.
Author(s): Tschudi, B.
Oil Immersion Cooling: Case Studies of Two Oil and Gas Data Centers
Presentation was given at the data center workshop hosted by the Silicon Valley Leadership Group and PG&E at NetApp in Sunnyvale, CA.
Author(s): Varma, D.
|GRC case study SVLG_2015pdf.pdf|
Combination Corrosion Coupon Testing Needed for Today's Control Equipment
Studies of both laboratory and field data collected by Purafil, Inc. has shown that using copper corrosion alone as a gauge for equipment reliability can seriously understate the corrosive potential of the local environment.
|Combination Corrosion Coupon Testing Needed for Today's Control Equipment.pdf|
Self-benchmarking Guide (Datacenters)
This guide describes energy efficiency metrics and benchmarks that can be used to track the performance of and identify potential opportunities to reduce energy use of data center HVAC and electrical systems. This guide is primarily intended for personn
Executive Order 13693 -- Planning for Federal Sustainability in the Next Decade
Executive Order (E.O.) 13693 mandates for data centers: Ensuring the agency chief information officer promotes data center energy optimization, efficiency, and performance -- Section 3(a)(ii)(A); Install and monitor advanced energy meters in all data ce
Executive Order 13693
Metering Best Practices: A Guide to Achieving Utility Resource Efficiency, Release 3.0
The focus of this guide is to provide energy, water and facility managers and practitioners with information that facilitates using metering to achieve potential savings and benefits.
|Metering Best Practices_2015.pdf|
Best Practices for Data Center Energy Efficiency Seminar, Santa Clara 2015
Presentation from seminar organized by Dale Sartor and hosted by the Technology Convergence Conference Santa Clara. Topics covered:
|Sartor TCC Data CenterSeminar Feb 2015.pdf|
Applying Best Practices to Meet the Challenge: Participation in the DOE Better Buildings Challenge
Presentation on the DOE Better Buildings Challenge given at the Technology Covergence Conference Santa Clara. Author(s): Sartor, D.
|TCC 2015 Sartor Presentation021015.pdf|
Data Center Leadership in the DOE Better Buildings Challenge
Presentation from the AFCOM Symposium Southern California.
|BBC Data Centers and LBNL case study 020815.pdf|
Better Buildings Challenge
The Better Buildings Challenge supports commercial and industrial building owners by providing technical assistance and proven solutions to energy efficiency.
|Link to Better Buildings Challenge|
Considerations of Non-Conventional Liquid Cooling Immersion Technologies
Presentation with the following learning objectives:
DC Pro Data Center Baseline Guide
||DC Pro Baseline Manual 02_2015.pdf|
Cray Hybrid XC30 Installation - Facilities Level Overview
This paper focuses on the site preparation and integration of the Cray Hybrid XC30 into a state of the art HPC data center from a facilities point of view.
Author(s): McMurtrie, C., L. Gilly, and T. Belotti
|CSCS Descrizione Colin Piz Daint.pdf|
|12/01/2014||Datacenter Air Management Tool Data Collection Guide||DOE AM Tool--Data Collection Guide v1.18 (11-24-2014).pdf|
|12/01/2014||Datacenter Air Management Tool Engineering Reference||DOE AM Tool--Eng Reference v1.18 (11-24-2014).pdf|
|11/24/2014||Datacenter Air Management Tool User Manual||DOE AM Tool--User's Manual v1.18 (11-24-2014).pdf|
Electronics Take a Bath
Presentation demonstrating liquid immersion cooling technology. Author(s): Tschudi, B.
Comparing Server Energy Use and Efficiency Using Small Sample Sizes
This report documents a demonstration that compared the energy consumption and efficiency of a limited sample size of server-‐‑type IT equipment from different manufacturers by measuring power at the server power supply power cords.
|Server Energy Use Efficiency - Small Sample Size Strategies|
Monitoring Kit for Data Centers
Presentation showcasing a monitoring kit for data centers with the following learning objectives:
|Assessment kit presentation -Mahdavi I2SL 2014.pdf|
Energy Efficiency in Small Server Rooms: Field Surveys and Findings
Study that investigated how IT equipment was deployed, powered, and cooled in small server rooms. Results of this research are intended improve the energy efficiency of existing server spaces, and guide the design and configuration of new server rooms.
|EE in Small Server Rooms ACEEE_2014.pdf|
Guidelines for Data Center Energy Information Systems
The purpose of this document is to provide structured guidance to data center owners, operators, and designers, to empower them with information on how to study, specify and procure data center energy information systems (EIS) for managing the energy ut
|Guidelines for Datacenter Measure and Manage-Mahdavi- August 2014.pdf|
DC Pro Tools Calculation Reference Manual
This document contains detailed descriptions of all calculations performed by the DC Pro tools.
|DC Pro Calculation Manual|
Data Center Energy Efficiency Measurement Assessment Kit Guide and Specification (Rev. 2014) Featured
The purpose of this document is to empower data center owners and operators with information on the importance of energy assessments and provide structured guidance for conducting them.
|Wireless mesh sensor guide-Mahdavi- July 2014.pdf|
FEMP Dashboard Guide
Dashboards help to track energy use, inform decisions for taking corrective action and can be used to track the performance of energy-efficiency improvements once they have been implemented.
|FEMP Dashboard Guide|
Liquid Cooling v. Air Cooling Evaluation in the Maui High Performance Computing Center
This paper describes the efficiency characteristics of a water cooled information technology (IT) system applied in a retrofit project at the Maui High Performance Computing Center (MHPCC) data center.
|MHPCC White Paper _Mahdavi-July 2014.pdf|