Thermomechanical modelling of non-isothermal porous materials with application to enhanced geothermal systems

David Koch
Geothermal heat is the energy stored in the Earth that can be considered inexhaustibly over any reasonable time frame. Moreover, The higher temperatures of greater depths can be used to generate electricity and district heating. To use the geothermal heat in an economical way, temperatures of at least 80 to 100 degrees Celsius are necessary. Depending on the geological conditions, the geothermal gradient, that is the change of temperature relative to the depth, has a...
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