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Research on Server Installation Direction Based on Newton's Heat Transfer Law

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DOI: 10.23977/acss.2021.050118 | Downloads: 109 | Views: 829

Author(s)

Hao Zhang 1, Guanghua Li 1

Affiliation(s)

1 College of Science, Tibet University, Lhasa, Tibet, 850000, China

Corresponding Author

Hao Zhang

ABSTRACT

Nowadays, the storage of Seabed Data Center has become a new data storage technology, which has attracted much attention all over the world. Firstly, through the study of Newton's heat transfer law, it is analyzed that the premise of heat dissipation is the temperature difference inside and outside the solid container. On the basis of meeting this condition, the maximum installable quantity caused by the different arrangement of different servers in the container is calculated. The results show that when the server is placed in a horizontal form inside the container, the maximum number of 330 servers of the same type can be placed at the same time, while when it is placed in a vertical manner, the number of servers is only 269. From the comparison of the above conclusions, it can be seen that the horizontal installation method is more suitable for the internal heat dissipation of the server.

KEYWORDS

Server installation, installation direction, Newton's heat transfer law

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Hao Zhang, Guanghua Li. Research on Server Installation Direction Based on Newton's Heat Transfer Law. Advances in Computer, Signals and Systems (2021) 5: 114-118. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/acss.2021.050118.

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