Sustainable Design of Data Centers: A Multidisciplinary Approach


  • Chaitanya Korra, Akshita Sadhana V, Akshay Reddy Kethi Reddy Author


Sustainable Design, Data Centers, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy Integration, Cooling Technologies, Mechanical Systems, Power Systems Optimization, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Environmental Impact, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Circular Economy Principles.


In the digital transformation era, data centers emerge as critical infrastructures, underpinning the vast array of technologies that drive business operations and innovation. However, the environmental footprint of these facilities, characterized by significant energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, has prompted a reevaluation of traditional design and operational paradigms. This paper delves into the principles of sustainable design for data centers, advocating for a multidisciplinary approach that integrates architecture, mechanical engineering, power systems, and cooling technologies with cutting-edge innovations to forge facilities that are not only efficient and resilient but also environmentally friendly. By weaving together insights from various disciplines, the paper outlines strategies to mitigate environmental impacts through green building practices, energy-efficient mechanical systems, renewable energy integration, and advanced operational technologies. Highlighting key concepts, emerging technologies, and best practices, this study underscores the imperative of sustainability in the lifecycle of data center development, aiming to provide a blueprint for future constructions that align with global sustainability goals.




How to Cite

Sustainable Design of Data Centers: A Multidisciplinary Approach. (2023). International Journal of Open Publication and Exploration, ISSN: 3006-2853, 11(1), 47-54.

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