Engineered shear-thinning (ST) fluids exhibit diverse applications across various fields. The MSCA-funded GEONEAT project is dedicated to investigating the potential of these engineered fluids in enhancing geothermal systems and heat tracer tests. It merges methodologies from applied mathematics and hydrology to advance heat recovery efficiency and deduce structural parameters within deep hot reservoirs. The project outlines two scientific objectives: firstly, to assess the impact of engineered fluids on coupled flow and heat transfers in fractured media; secondly, to extract structural information regarding fractured media through inverse modelling and field measurements of heat exchange. The goal involves the development of a multi-scale coupled flow and heat transport model within fractured geological formations.

Complex Fluids in Fractured Geological Media for Enhanced Heat Transfer - GEONEAT / Alessandro Lenci; Vittorio Di Federico. - (In stampa/Attività in corso).

Complex Fluids in Fractured Geological Media for Enhanced Heat Transfer - GEONEAT

Alessandro Lenci
;
Vittorio Di Federico
In corso di stampa

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Engineered shear-thinning (ST) fluids exhibit diverse applications across various fields. The MSCA-funded GEONEAT project is dedicated to investigating the potential of these engineered fluids in enhancing geothermal systems and heat tracer tests. It merges methodologies from applied mathematics and hydrology to advance heat recovery efficiency and deduce structural parameters within deep hot reservoirs. The project outlines two scientific objectives: firstly, to assess the impact of engineered fluids on coupled flow and heat transfers in fractured media; secondly, to extract structural information regarding fractured media through inverse modelling and field measurements of heat exchange. The goal involves the development of a multi-scale coupled flow and heat transport model within fractured geological formations.
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2024
Complex Fluids in Fractured Geological Media for Enhanced Heat Transfer - GEONEAT / Alessandro Lenci; Vittorio Di Federico. - (In stampa/Attività in corso).
Alessandro Lenci; Vittorio Di Federico
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