[Beowulf] IBM Sequoia

Robert G. Brown rgb at phy.duke.edu
Thu Feb 5 17:52:18 EST 2009


On Thu, 5 Feb 2009, Nifty Tom Mitchell wrote:

> In my youth I worked at an ice house with a massive ammonia based cooling
> system.   Given the green movement I suspect that some on this list will
> see central brine and ammonia systems as primary chiller resources in
> their future.

Hmmm, except for the fact that ammonia is oh, oh so toxic should you
spring a leak...

> This is an interesting topic to discuss but when distilled to its
> core it mostly boils down to lots of hot air.

Ooooooo, baaaaad.

    rgb

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