Posters

HS8.2.3

Thermal and mechanical processes in aquifers are of increasing interest for hydrogeological analysis for development of innovative field and laboratory experiments. Both in research and in practice, accurate characterization of subsurface flow and heat transport, observations of induced or natural variations of the thermal regime. The seasonal and long-term development of thermal and mechanical conditions in aquifers, and heat transfer across aquifer boundaries are focus points. This also includes the role of groundwater in the context of geothermal energy use for predicting the long-term performance of geothermal systems (storage and production of heat), and integration in urban planning. There are many ongoing research projects studying heat as a natural or anthropogenic tracer, and which try to improve thermal response testing in aquifers. Such techniques are of great potential for characterizing aquifers, flow conditions, and crucial transport processes, such as mechanical dispersion. Understanding the interaction of hydraulic, thermal and mechanical processes is a major challenge in modern hydrogeology. Deep underground constructions, tunnels, CO2 storage, hydro- and enhanced geothermal applications are prominent subjects. We invite contributions that deliver new insight into advances in experimental design, reports from new field observations, as well as demonstration of sequential or coupled modeling concepts. The session aims to provide an overview of the current and future research in the field, covering any temporal or spatial scale, and seeks to address both separate and coupled processes.

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Co-organized as ERE5.3
Convener: Martin Bloemendal | Co-conveners: Peter Bayer, Olivier Bour, Kathrin Menberg
Orals
| Thu, 11 Apr, 14:00–15:45
 
Room 2.25
Posters
| Attendance Thu, 11 Apr, 16:15–18:00
 
Hall A

Attendance time: Thursday, 11 April 2019, 16:15–18:00 | Hall A

A.158 |
EGU2019-147
Thermal response test for underground heat exchanger
(withdrawn)
Yingchao Zhu
A.159 |
EGU2019-287
William Pophillat, Peter Bayer, Philipp Blum, Yvan Rossier, Laurent Eisenlohr, and Guillaume Attard
A.161 |
EGU2019-3127
Ashley Patton, Gareth Farr, David Boon, David James, Alan Holden, Corinna Abesser, Mark Cuthbert, and Peter Cleall
A.162 |
EGU2019-3228
Jiyoung Baek, Byeong-Hak Park, and Kang-Kun Lee
A.163 |
EGU2019-3358
Martin Bloemendal, Niels Hartog, and Stijn Beernink
A.165 |
EGU2019-4296
Marco Pellegrini, Martin Bloemendal, Nanne Hoekstra, Gemma Spaak, Alicia Andreu Gallego, Julian Rodriguez Comins, Tim Grotenhuis, Sara Picone, Adrian Murrell, and Hendrik-Jan Steeman
A.166 |
EGU2019-4988
Christoph Bott, Ingo Dressel, and Peter Bayer
A.168 |
EGU2019-6728
Ingo Dressel, Hannes Hemmerle, Sina Hale, Susanne Benz, Philipp Blum, Guillaume Attard, and Peter Bayer
A.169 |
EGU2019-14770
Behzad Pouladiborj, Olivier Bour, Laurent Longuevergne, and Jerome La Bernardie
A.170 |
EGU2019-17928
Susann Birnstengel, Ulrike Werban, Linwei Hu, Sebastian Bauer, Stefan Klingler, Thomas Günther, and Peter Dietrich
A.171 |
EGU2019-4341
Guillaume De Schepper, Claire Paulus, Pierre-Yves Bolly, Thomas Hermans, Nolwenn Lesparre, and Tanguy Robert
A.172 |
EGU2019-7594
Jelte de Bruin, Philip Visser, and Victor Bense
A.173 |
EGU2019-15035
Simon Schüppler, Paul Fleuchaus, and Philipp Blum
A.174 |
EGU2019-15709
Christian Wenzlaff, Felina Schuetz, and Gerd Winterleitner