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The Resource Geoenergy modeling III : enhanced geothermal systems, Norihiro Watanabe, Guido Blöcher, Mauro Cacace, Sebastian Held, Thomas Kohl

Geoenergy modeling III : enhanced geothermal systems, Norihiro Watanabe, Guido Blöcher, Mauro Cacace, Sebastian Held, Thomas Kohl

Label
Geoenergy modeling III : enhanced geothermal systems
Title
Geoenergy modeling III
Title remainder
enhanced geothermal systems
Statement of responsibility
Norihiro Watanabe, Guido Blöcher, Mauro Cacace, Sebastian Held, Thomas Kohl
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Subject
Language
eng
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Dewey number
  • 621.44
  • 621.042
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • Watanabe, Norihiro
  • Blöcher, Guido
  • Cacace, Mauro
  • Held, Sebastian
  • Kohl, Thomas
Series statement
  • Computational Modeling of Energy Systems
  • SpringerBriefs in energy,
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  • Geothermal engineering
  • Geothermal resources
Label
Geoenergy modeling III : enhanced geothermal systems, Norihiro Watanabe, Guido Blöcher, Mauro Cacace, Sebastian Held, Thomas Kohl
Instantiates
Publication
Note
6.4.1.3 BC: Boundary Conditions
Antecedent source
file reproduced from an electronic resource
Color
black and white
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Authors; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Geothermal Energy; 1.2 Enhanced Geothermal Systems; 1.2.1 Concept; 1.2.2 Stimulation; 1.2.3 EGS Types; 1.3 Reservoir Modeling; 1.3.1 Objectives; 1.3.2 Workflow; 2 Theory; 2.1 Conceptual Model; 2.2 Mathematical Model; 2.2.1 Porous Media; 2.2.2 Discrete Fractures; 2.2.3 Coupling Between Porous Media and Discrete Fractures; 2.2.4 Boundary Conditions; 2.3 Numerical Solution; 3 Open-Source Software; 3.1 OpenGeoSys (OGS); 3.1.1 Concept; 3.1.2 Input Files; 3.2 MeshIt; 3.2.1 Concept; 3.2.2 Workflow
  • 3.2.3 Supported File Formats4 Benchmarks; 4.1 2D Hot Dry Rock Benchmark; 4.1.1 Problem Definition; 4.1.2 OGS Input Files; 4.1.2.1 GLI: Geometry; 4.1.2.2 MSH: Finite Element Mesh; 4.1.2.3 PCS: Process Definition; 4.1.2.4 NUM: Numerical Properties; 4.1.2.5 TIM: Time Discretization; 4.1.2.6 IC: Initial Conditions; 4.1.2.7 BC: Boundary Conditions; 4.1.2.8 ST: Source/Sink Terms; 4.1.2.9 MFP: Fluid Properties; 4.1.2.10 MSP: Solid Properties; 4.1.2.11 MMP: Porous Medium Properties; 4.1.2.12 OUT: Output Parameters; 4.1.3 Run OGS; 4.1.4 Visualization; 4.1.5 Results
  • 4.2 2D Hot Sedimentary Aquifer Benchmark4.2.1 Problem Definition; 4.2.2 OGS Input Files; 4.2.2.1 GLI: Geometry; 4.2.2.2 MSH: Finite Element Mesh; 4.2.2.3 ST: Source/Sink Terms; 4.2.2.4 MSP: Solid Properties; 4.2.2.5 MMP: Porous Medium Properties; 4.2.3 Results; 5 Case Study: Groß Schönebeck; 5.1 Site Description; 5.2 Model Setup; 5.3 Mesh Generation; 5.3.1 Importing Geometry Data; 5.3.2 Surface Meshing; 5.3.3 Selecting Constrains of the Final Mesh; 5.3.4 Assigning 3D Materials; 5.3.5 Volume Meshing and Exporting; 5.4 Simulation of Initial Reservoir Conditions; 5.4.1 Input Files
  • 5.4.1.1 GLI: Geometry5.4.1.2 PCS: Process Definition; 5.4.1.3 NUM: Numerical Properties; 5.4.1.4 TIM: Time Discretization; 5.4.1.5 IC: Initial Conditions; 5.4.1.6 BC: Boundary Conditions; 5.4.1.7 ST: Source/Sink Terms; 5.4.1.8 MFP: Fluid Properties; 5.4.1.9 MSP: Solid Properties; 5.4.1.10 MMP: Porous Medium Properties; 5.4.1.11 OUT: Output Parameters; 5.4.2 Results; 5.5 Simulation of Heat Extraction Process; 5.5.1 PCS: Process Definition; 5.5.2 TIM: Time Discretization; 5.5.3 BC: Boundary Conditions; 5.5.4 ST: Source/Sink Terms; 5.5.5 Results; 6 Case Study: Soultz-sous-Forêts
  • 6.1 Site Description6.2 Model Setup; 6.3 Simulation of Initial Reservoir Conditions; 6.3.1 Input Files; 6.3.1.1 GLI: Geometry; 6.3.1.2 PCS: Process Definition; 6.3.1.3 NUM: Numerical Properties; 6.3.1.4 TIM: Time Discretization; 6.3.1.5 IC: Initial Conditions; 6.3.1.6 BC: Boundary Conditions; 6.3.1.7 MFP: Fluid Properties; 6.3.1.8 MSP: Solid Properties; 6.3.1.9 MMP: Porous Medium Properties; 6.3.1.10 OUT: Output Parameters; 6.3.2 Results; 6.4 Simulation of Heat Extraction Process; 6.4.1 Input Files; 6.4.1.1 PCS: Process Definition; 6.4.1.2 TIM: Time Discretization
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9783319465814
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Label
Geoenergy modeling III : enhanced geothermal systems, Norihiro Watanabe, Guido Blöcher, Mauro Cacace, Sebastian Held, Thomas Kohl
Publication
Note
6.4.1.3 BC: Boundary Conditions
Antecedent source
file reproduced from an electronic resource
Color
black and white
Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgments; Contents; About the Authors; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Geothermal Energy; 1.2 Enhanced Geothermal Systems; 1.2.1 Concept; 1.2.2 Stimulation; 1.2.3 EGS Types; 1.3 Reservoir Modeling; 1.3.1 Objectives; 1.3.2 Workflow; 2 Theory; 2.1 Conceptual Model; 2.2 Mathematical Model; 2.2.1 Porous Media; 2.2.2 Discrete Fractures; 2.2.3 Coupling Between Porous Media and Discrete Fractures; 2.2.4 Boundary Conditions; 2.3 Numerical Solution; 3 Open-Source Software; 3.1 OpenGeoSys (OGS); 3.1.1 Concept; 3.1.2 Input Files; 3.2 MeshIt; 3.2.1 Concept; 3.2.2 Workflow
  • 3.2.3 Supported File Formats4 Benchmarks; 4.1 2D Hot Dry Rock Benchmark; 4.1.1 Problem Definition; 4.1.2 OGS Input Files; 4.1.2.1 GLI: Geometry; 4.1.2.2 MSH: Finite Element Mesh; 4.1.2.3 PCS: Process Definition; 4.1.2.4 NUM: Numerical Properties; 4.1.2.5 TIM: Time Discretization; 4.1.2.6 IC: Initial Conditions; 4.1.2.7 BC: Boundary Conditions; 4.1.2.8 ST: Source/Sink Terms; 4.1.2.9 MFP: Fluid Properties; 4.1.2.10 MSP: Solid Properties; 4.1.2.11 MMP: Porous Medium Properties; 4.1.2.12 OUT: Output Parameters; 4.1.3 Run OGS; 4.1.4 Visualization; 4.1.5 Results
  • 4.2 2D Hot Sedimentary Aquifer Benchmark4.2.1 Problem Definition; 4.2.2 OGS Input Files; 4.2.2.1 GLI: Geometry; 4.2.2.2 MSH: Finite Element Mesh; 4.2.2.3 ST: Source/Sink Terms; 4.2.2.4 MSP: Solid Properties; 4.2.2.5 MMP: Porous Medium Properties; 4.2.3 Results; 5 Case Study: Groß Schönebeck; 5.1 Site Description; 5.2 Model Setup; 5.3 Mesh Generation; 5.3.1 Importing Geometry Data; 5.3.2 Surface Meshing; 5.3.3 Selecting Constrains of the Final Mesh; 5.3.4 Assigning 3D Materials; 5.3.5 Volume Meshing and Exporting; 5.4 Simulation of Initial Reservoir Conditions; 5.4.1 Input Files
  • 5.4.1.1 GLI: Geometry5.4.1.2 PCS: Process Definition; 5.4.1.3 NUM: Numerical Properties; 5.4.1.4 TIM: Time Discretization; 5.4.1.5 IC: Initial Conditions; 5.4.1.6 BC: Boundary Conditions; 5.4.1.7 ST: Source/Sink Terms; 5.4.1.8 MFP: Fluid Properties; 5.4.1.9 MSP: Solid Properties; 5.4.1.10 MMP: Porous Medium Properties; 5.4.1.11 OUT: Output Parameters; 5.4.2 Results; 5.5 Simulation of Heat Extraction Process; 5.5.1 PCS: Process Definition; 5.5.2 TIM: Time Discretization; 5.5.3 BC: Boundary Conditions; 5.5.4 ST: Source/Sink Terms; 5.5.5 Results; 6 Case Study: Soultz-sous-Forêts
  • 6.1 Site Description6.2 Model Setup; 6.3 Simulation of Initial Reservoir Conditions; 6.3.1 Input Files; 6.3.1.1 GLI: Geometry; 6.3.1.2 PCS: Process Definition; 6.3.1.3 NUM: Numerical Properties; 6.3.1.4 TIM: Time Discretization; 6.3.1.5 IC: Initial Conditions; 6.3.1.6 BC: Boundary Conditions; 6.3.1.7 MFP: Fluid Properties; 6.3.1.8 MSP: Solid Properties; 6.3.1.9 MMP: Porous Medium Properties; 6.3.1.10 OUT: Output Parameters; 6.3.2 Results; 6.4 Simulation of Heat Extraction Process; 6.4.1 Input Files; 6.4.1.1 PCS: Process Definition; 6.4.1.2 TIM: Time Discretization
Control code
ocn963580708
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (109 pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319465814
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
unknown
Reformatting quality
unknown
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)963580708

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