Tag Archives: Cooling

Central Cooling System

by Rich Gibson Ever wondered what one would do in the pressing summers when the rooms get hotter as we are put in an oven. Ever wondered what we would do in the times when there would be no cooling system to protect us from the hot weathers. We have become so atoned to the… Read More »

Passive Cooling

by Rich Gibson Passive cooling The term “passive” implies that energy-consuming mechanical components like pumps and fans are not used. Passive cooling building design attempts to integrate principles of physics into the building exterior envelope to: Slow heat transfer into a building. This involves an understanding or the mechanisms of heat transfer: heat conduction, convective… Read More »

Cooling Tips And Tricks

by Garybaldy Cool tips to get the best server cooling fan Server Cooling Fans: Cool Tips for Selecting the Best Fan A server cooling fan is designed to keep server components within their temperature limits during operation. Temperature control ensures optimal performance of the central processing unit (CPU), graphics card, chip sets, hard drives and… Read More »

The Electric Cooling Battery Test

by Rich Gibson Later this month, two new electric cars—the GM Volt and the Nissan Leaf—will start appearing in eco-conscious driveways across the United States. The Nissan Leaf promises 73 miles per electric charge, while the GM Volt gets 35 miles per charge, although it also has a backup gasoline engine for longer trips. But… Read More »

Hot Topics In Server Cooling Fans

by See-ming Lee (SML) With design and computing having gone notches higher, network administration has become tasked with a responsibility of ensuring their servers are in sync with technological trends. Good computer networks require consistent supply of data and a powerful server. The server, to function aptly, requires an environment that supports its functionality including… Read More »