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Hydrogeological regimes and their subsurface thermal effects

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Published by American Geophysical Union, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Terrestrial heat flow -- Congresses,
  • Groundwater flow -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlan E. Beck, Grant Garven, Lajos Stegena. editors.
    SeriesGeophysocal monograph ;, 47, IUGG ;, v. 2, IUGG (Series) ;, v. 2.
    ContributionsBeck, A. E., Garven, Grant., Stegena, Lajos., International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics., American Geophysical Union., International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics Symposium U.8 "Hydrogeological Regimes and Their Subsurface Thermal Effects" (1987 : Vancouver, B.C.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE509 .H93 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 158 p. :
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2056419M
    ISBN 100875904513
    LC Control Number88034792

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Hydrogeological regimes and their subsurface thermal effects Download PDF EPUB FB2

The International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics Symposium U.S. "Hydrogeological Regimes and Their Subsurface Thermal Effects" organised for the August General Assembly in Vancouver, was a symposium of the latter type.

"The International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics Symposium U.8 'Hydrogeological Regimes and Their Subsurface Thermal Effects', organisedfor the August General Assembly in Vancouver"--Preface. Hydrogeological regimes and their subsurface thermal effects.

Washington, DC: American Geophysical Union: International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, © (DLC) Use of Dimensional Analysis in the Study of Thermal Effects of Various Hydrogeological Regimes.

Garth Van Der Kamp. equation takes a simpler form and a single Peclet number can be used as a measure of the effect of fluid motion on the subsurface thermal regime.

Hydrogeological Regimes and Their Subsurface Thermal Effects, Volume Cited by: The symposium on which this monograph is based was organized for the purposes of bringing together two bodies of experts from the hydrological and geothermal communities to tackle the problem of the coupled thermalhydrological processes in the many years, workers interested in the measurement and interpretation of terrestrial heat flow have been well aware of more efficient Cited by: The special case of a closed groundwater flow system, i.e.

a system for which no fluid crosses the subsurface boundary, is of particular interest. For such a system, the nondimensional heat transfer equation takes a simpler form and a single Peclet number can be used as a measure of the effect of fluid motion on the subsurface thermal regime.

Clauser, C.() In: Beck et al. (eds) Hydrogeological Regimes and Their Subsurface Thermal Effects, Geophysical Monogr IUGG 2, AGU, pp Google Scholar.

It was found that the thermal effect of topographically driven groundwater convection is very small, with Peclet numbers typically of the order of 10 −4 −10 −5. Hydrogeological Regimes and Their Subsurface Thermal Effects, pp. Number of times cited according to CrossRef: 5 Gregory D.

Lazear, Fractures, convection and underpressure: hydrogeology on the southern margin of the Piceance basin, west-central Colorado, USAFractures, convection et sous-pressions: Hydrogéologie sur la bordure sud du bassin de Piceance, centre-ouest du Colorado, USAFracturas, convección y subpresiones: Hidrogeología en el margen.

Majorowicz, F. Jones, M. Ertman, Subsurface Conductive and Hydrogeological Related Thermal Effects in the Area of the Crustal Electrical Conductors of the Williston Basin, Hydrogeological Regimes and Their Subsurface Thermal Effects, undefined, (), (). In Hydrogeological Regimes and Their Subsurface Thermal Effects (Edited by Beck, A.

E., Garven, G. and Stegena, L.), American Geophysical Union, Geophysical Monogr IUGG Volume 2, pp. Jamier, D. () Etude de la fissuration, de l'hydrogrologie et de la gEochimie des eaux profondes des massifs de l'Arpille et du Mont-Blanc.

We estimated the effects of hydrogeological and surface temperature warming on subsurface thermal regime from the temperature–depth profiles and hydrological data of groundwater quality both in the quaternary and tertiary systems in the Sendai Plain as a preliminary step toward reconstruction of climate changes.

Climatic temperature changes at the ground surface propagate downward to the subsurface creating transient disturbances to the temperature—depth (T(z)) to the poor thermal diffusivity of rocks the disturbances are preserved long times in the bedrock, and in a conductive regime it is possible to reveal the ground surface temperature (GST) history from borehole.

However, less attention has been paid to the effects on GHPs functional efficiency from perturbations in the wider hydrogeological and thermal regime, e.g.

due to urbanization, multiple BHEs within tight (residential) clusters or competing subsurface uses requiring pumping of this paper, we present three numerical modelling case. Geothermal gradients illustrate shallow and deep thermal regimes (STR and DTR) separated by a high thermal conductivity zone (HTCZ).

The STR extends from land surface to ft., with low and high gradients in the up-dip and down-dip areas, respectively.

Beck AE, Garven G, Stegena L () Hydrogeological regimes and their subsurface thermal effects. Geophysical monograph American Geophysical Union. It is generally recognized that the temperature profile in a borehole is affected by both groundwater flow and past climatic change.

Solid earth scien. Beck AE, Garven G, Stegena L () Hydrogeological regimes and their subsurface thermal effects. Geophysical Monogr Americal Geophysical Union, Washington DC Google Scholar Bredehoeft JD, Papadopulos IS () Rates of vertical groundwater movement estimated from the Earth’s thermal profile.

PDF | Subsurface thermal regime is affected not only by thermal conduction but also by advection owing to groundwater flow. The effect of thermal | Find, read and cite all the research you need. AGU Monogr (Proc) IUGG Symp U.

8 Hydrogeological regimes and their sub-surface thermal effects (in press) Google Scholar Mizutani H, Ishido T, Yokokura T, Ohnishi S () Electrokinetic phenomena associated with earthquakes. The thermal effect on the subsurface of a large borehole thermal energy store (BTES) has been investigated by coupling measured rock properties with an enhanced FEFLOW simulation.

The finite element model has been validated against measured data from a 2-year operation period. The thermal changes in the subsurface have been predicted by simulation for a year operation period.

Clauser, C. Conductive and convective heat flow components in the Rheingraben and implications for the deep permeability distribution. in Hydrogeological Regimes and Their Subsurface Thermal.The use of shallow geothermal energy increasingly receives attention as a suitable alternative to fossil fuel-based space heating and cooling, warm water provision, as well as for seasonal heat storage throughout Europe.

With the advent of shallow geothermal energy use on large scales, a vivid discussion of potential ecological and economic impacts has arisen but actual field data are scarce.