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|Referencing Wikipedia, British Thermal Units (BTUs), and when used as a measurement of power, is expressed as BTUs per hour (BTUs/hr), is the amount of heat required to raise the temperate of one pound of liquid by 1 degree Fahrenheit. In a HPC system, BTUs/hr is the measurement of heat the system produces to aid in sizing the cooling solution in a data center. Correctly sizing the cooling solution based on BTUs/hr will ensure adequate cooling is providin to the system through traditional Computer Room Air Conditioning (CRAC) units and other supplemental cooling solutions, such as In-Row Chillers or Rear Cooling Doors. BTUs/hr is derived from the following formula:|
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