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DCO modelling wall/ceiling mounted cooling unit

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DCO modelling wall/ceiling mounted cooling unit

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Christopherus Laurentius on 2015-12-14


Hi Team,

Two questions:

1.How do we model either a ceiling mount or wall mount cooling unit like FCU?

Those cooling units are not standing on the floor.

 

2.The 3D calculated modelling, how can we set to show calculation from either one of the cooling?

 

We have a customer where they are using a mix of cooling unit of InRow

and Daikin's VRV, air cooled cooling -which is wall mounted like sample picture below.

InRow is to provide cooling during day time, whereas VRV is for the evening.

 

Daikin VRV:

-The Condenser unit (CU) is outside of the data center, typically on the roof.

-The Fan Coil Unit (FCU), is within the dc, either ceiling mounted or wall mounted

 

Thanks!

(CID:105457859)

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Re: DCO modelling wall/ceiling mounted cooling unit

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Valentin Kozlov on 2015-12-14


HI Christoferus!

I think that you can try to model it with vertical grills on the walls.

But I have no idea how to split it in time 🙂

For 3D calculations you can disable (deactivate) InRow units for a while.

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Re: DCO modelling wall/ceiling mounted cooling unit

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Christopherus Laurentius on 2015-12-16


Hi Valentin, Thanks for the suggestion. Will try that as alternative The actual unit is protruding out from the wall tough, so the 3D is not accurately representing that.

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Re: DCO modelling wall/ceiling mounted cooling unit

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Boris Majdandzic on 2018-08-14


Hi, Have you managed to resolve the issue with FCU? 

I have same problem with  two electrical rooms.

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