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How to model containment against wall?

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How to model containment against wall?

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by John Lales on 2019-08-27


Hello,

Is Hyperpod available as a genome or should we use hot aisle containment? Any ideas on modifying this setup to show the hot aisle ending at the well? (half row) 

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Re: How to model containment against wall?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2019-08-27


Hi John,

You are right, Hyperpod is not available as genome device, so as a work around hot/cold aisle containment system can be considered. However from the cooling simulation point of view I don't think half row hot(/cold) aisle containment system(s) can be modeled in DCO. 

Kind regards

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Re: How to model containment against wall?

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2019-08-27


Hi John,

You are right, Hyperpod is not available as genome device, so as a work around hot/cold aisle containment system can be considered. However from the cooling simulation point of view I don't think half row hot(/cold) aisle containment system(s) can be modeled in DCO. 

Kind regards

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Re: How to model containment against wall?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by Greg Sterling on 2019-08-27


Hello John. Adding to Jef's comments.

Correct there isn't a hyperpod genome in DCO. You can use genome bundles to group some existing genomes together to get started. For the HPE version of HyperPod I have used cages to simulate the outer hyperpod enclosure since there's actually a rack inside.

In this case in DCO or ITA the unit looks like this:

Then in the 3D view it looks like this:

Cages are a nice solution in some ways cause they aggregate capacity data like power info and lend themselves nicely to tenant portal if you want to use the web client to group assets to a customer.

On the HA containment side, I was able to model a containment like this below where the room wall is one side of the containment system. However as Jef mentioned this is not fully supported as in my case I'm getting some cooling warnings in the 3D view.

 

 

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Re: How to model containment against wall?

This comment was originally posted on DCIM Support by John Lales on 2019-08-29


Thanks Greg!

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