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Deep geothermal energy use

Deep geothermal energy use

Deep geothermal energy use

The exploration and utilization of the ground at depths of several kilometres for geothermal use represents a timely area of research involving multifaceted scientific questions. Our focus is on environmental impact assessment such as induced seismicity and coupled thermo-hydro-mechanical processes, especially in engineered geothermal systems (EGS).

Publications

Erol, S., Bayer, P., Akin, T., Akin, S. 2022. Advanced workflow for multi-well tracer test analysis in a geothermal reservoir. Geothermics, 101, 102375. DOI: 10.1016/j.geothermics.2022.102375 .
 

Erol, S., Harcouët-Menou, V., Laenen, B., Bayer, P. (2021). Efficiency of single-well geothermal systems with multi-lateral drills. Geothermics, 89, 101928.

Menberg, K., Heberle, F., Bott, C., Brüggemann, D., Bayer, P. (2020). Environmental performance of a geothermal power plant using a hydrothermal resource in the Southern German Molasse Basin.Renewable Energy. 167, 20-31.

Vogler, D., Settgast, R., Annavarapu, C., Madonna, C., Bayer, P., Amann, F. (2018). Experiments and Simulations of Fully Hydro-Mechanically coupled Response of Rough Fractures exposed to High Pressure Fluid Injection. Journal of Geophysical Research – Solid Earth, 123(2), 1186-1200.

Menberg, K, Pfister, S., Blum, P.,  Bayer, P. (2016). A matter of meters: State of the art in life cycle assessment of Enhanced Geothermal Systems. Energy & Environmental Science, 9, 2720-2743.

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