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perforated tiles under racks not included in cooling calculation

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by Nick Godfrey on 2019-05-23


Hello,

 I have perforated tiles under my racks to provide airflow rather tan in front of the rack. DCO is giving a recommendation to add tiles be cause the cooling is not sufficient, and it does not seem to be taking the tiles inside the rack into account. How can we resolve this?

Thanks,

 

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Re: perforated tiles under racks not included in cooling calculation

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Jef Faridi on 2019-05-24


Hi Nick,

Unfortunately that is not supported, from the cooling simulation point of view (in DCO), perforated tiles should not be placed under the rack. Perforated tiles placed under the rack would not be included in cooling calculation.

Kind regards

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