HP Workstations Power Modeling for Clean, Energy-Saving Technologies
Source: Hewlett-Packard (HP)
In an era of unpredictable energy prices and rising eco-awareness, finding ways to make engines more efficient and cleaner is a goal everyone can applaud. That's the focus of Colorado State University's Engines and Energy Conversion Lab (EECL), where researchers run enormously complex computer models to investigate new ideas. EECL wanted to equip a lab to run complex testing and mechanical engineering simulations. EECL deployed Colorado State University's Engines and Energy Conversion Laboratory has standardized on HP xw4000- and xw6000-series Workstations.