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This five-day course focuses on geothermal methods for analyzing conventional and unconventional geothermal systems, and developing geothermal reservoirs. The course is designed for exploration, production, and development geoscientists.
Lectures show how geothermal analysis can reduce the risk associated with geothermal prospects, how to predict quality from inexpensive wellbore measurements, and how to identify reservoir heat transfer in conductively and advectively dominated reservoirs. It provides interpretive guidelines for reservoir thermal signatures of various transient and steady-state heat transfer processes and teaches how to distinguish the overprint of steady-state conductive geotherms by various steady-state and transient processes. Participants learn how to derive
thermophysical rock properties from geophysical conventional logs, and how field and lab techniques can be combined to estimate geothermal prospects.
Case studies and exercises illustrate and assess different types of geothermal resources, the design and layout of geothermal heat production schemes for direct use and for conversion into electric energy. The lectures and discussions are designed to improve basic understanding of the processes controlling geothermal systems and terrestrial heat transport. This will enable interpreting various thermal signatures and evaluating geothermal potentials. Class exercises show how to select suitable strategies for heat production from different reservoir types, and to layout subsurface installations for geothermal heat production – either for direct use or conversion into electric energy using.
Concepts and physical Basics
Crustal heat transport and relevant rock properties
Borehole and laboratory methods for measuring geothermal data
Processing of geothermal data
Temperature corrections regarding
Calculation of temperature gradient
Geothermal energy (shallow and deep borehole heat exchangers)?
Geothermal energy (conversion into electric energy)
Anyone involved in geothermal projects
Basic knowledge of geology and geophysics
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