Image of the five elements and prediction of the geothermal field based on gravity, magnetic and magnetotelluric data in the PanZ area
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by Guolei Zheng, Jinshui Huang, Peng Zhai and Gang Wang
1w ago
There are two problems in the prediction of the geothermal field in the PanZ area: (1) the plane scopes have some debates, and (2) the vertical scopes need to be further ascertained. Faced with these two probl ..read more
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Evolution of worldwide geothermal power 2020–2023
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by Luis C. A. Gutiérrez-Negrín
1w ago
Only 32 countries in the world have geothermal power plants in operation, with a combined capacity of 16,318 MW installed in 198 geothermal fields with 673 individual power units. Almost 37% of those units are ..read more
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Exergoeconomic evaluation and multi-objective optimization of a novel geothermal-driven zero-emission system for cooling, electricity, and hydrogen production: capable of working with low-temperature resources
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by Hamid-Reza Bahrami and Marc A. Rosen
2w ago
Geothermal energy is an abundant natural resource in many regions around the world. However, in some areas, the temperature of the geothermal energy resource is too low to be efficiently harvested. Organic Ran ..read more
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Curie point depth, thermal gradient and heat flow along the Ethiopia Rift System and adjacent plateaus using spectral evaluation approach: implications for geothermal resources
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by Samson Hilemichaeil, Tigistu Haile and Gezahegn Yirgu
2w ago
The Ethiopia Rift System (ERS) is a section of the East African Rift System within Ethiopia extending from the Afar in the northeast to the Kenya border in the southwest. It is apparent that magmatism and magm ..read more
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Multicriteria screening evaluation of geothermal resources on mine lands for direct use heating
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by Erika Gasperikova, Craig Ulrich, Olufemi A. Omitaomu, Patrick Dobson and Yingqi Zhang
3w ago
Direct use of geothermal energy is the oldest and most versatile form of utilizing geothermal energy. In the last decade, this utilization has significantly increased, especially with the installation of geoth ..read more
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Hydrological constraints on the potential of enhanced geothermal systems in the ductile crust
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by Samuel Scott, Alina Yapparova, Philipp Weis and Matthew Houde
2M ago
Continental crust at temperatures > 400 °C and depths > 10–20 km normally deforms in a ductile manner, but can become brittle and permeable in response to changes in temperature or stress state induced by flui ..read more
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Characterisation of the fracture- and karst-controlled geothermal reservoir below Munich from geophysical wireline and well information
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by J. F. Krumbholz, M. Krumbholz, S. H. Wadas and D. C. Tanner
2M ago
The Upper Jurassic carbonate aquifer in the German Molasse Basin (S Germany) below Munich is the focus of exploitation of geothermal energy. To implement geothermal wells, meaningful prediction of reservoir qu ..read more
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Gravimetric and morpho-structural analyses in the superhot geothermal system Los Humeros: an example from central Mexico
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by Natalia Cornejo-Triviño, Domenico Liotta, Luigi Piccardi, Andrea Brogi, Michal Kruszewski, M.A Perez-Flores, Jonathan Carrillo, Philippe Calcagno, Ingo Sass and Eva Schill
2M ago
The influence of deep and regional geological structures is becoming increasingly important in superhot geothermal systems due to their proximity to the transition between brittleness and ductility. In the Los ..read more
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Deep structure and geothermal resource effects of the Gonghe basin revealed by 3D magnetotelluric
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by Yi Yang, Jie Zhang, Xingchun Wang, Mingxing Liang, Dewei Li, Meng Liang, Yang Ou, Dingyu Jia, Xianchun Tang and Xufeng Li
2M ago
In order to better understand the crustal shortening and orogenic uplift in the northeastern margin of the Tibetan Plateau, as well as the geothermal resource effects formed during this process, we used ModEM ..read more
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3D mechanical analysis of geothermal reservoir operations in faulted sedimentary aquifers using MACRIS
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by Arjan Marelis, Fred Beekman and Jan-Diederik van Wees
3M ago
Accurate and efficient predictions of three-dimensional subsurface stress changes are required for the assessment of geothermal operations with respect to fault stability and the potential risk for induced sei ..read more
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