Cooling loads stem from the equipment, which is highly
concentrated and not distributed too uniformly. Heat gain from lights should
be no greater than for good quality office space; occupancy loads will be
low to moderate. Heat gains will be also be affected by room location.
Because of the relatively low personnel occupancy and low proportion of
outdoor air, computer room heat gains are largely sensible loads. A sensible
heat ratio of 0.9 or higher is common. Information on computer heat release
can and should be obtained from the manufacturer.