Modeling Ground Surface Deformation at the Swiss HEATSTORE Underground Thermal Energy Storage Sites

Daniel Traver Birdsell & Martin O. Saar
High temperature (>25 °C) aquifer thermal energy storage (HT-ATES) is a promising technology to store waste heat and reduce greenhouse gas emissions by injecting hot water into the subsurface during the summer months and extracting it for district heating in the winter months. Nevertheless, ensuring the long-term technical success of an HT-ATES project is difficult because it involves complex coupling of fluid flow, heat transfer, and geomechanics. For example, ground surface deformation due to thermo-...
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