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Submersion Cooling for Data Centers

Project Number ET13PGE1101 Organization PG&E End-use Process Sector Commercial, Public, Other Project Year(s) 2013 - 2014
This is a revision to the previously submitted report that adjusts findings to provide more relevance for a broader market. (3/30/2015) A field evaluation was conducted of a submersion cooling system installed in an existing data center. Heat was generated by load banks and servers running scripts to create maximum loads in order to monitor the cooling capacity and energy consumption of the submersion system at various cooling oil and cooling water temperatures. The results indicate significant savings potentials for this technology for both retrofit and new construction sites. Additional studies are recommended.
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