The harmonized 3D modelling workflow for shallow geothermal use in Central Europe : An important deliverable of the GeoPLASMA-CE project Parts of the workflow

Ines Gõrz and Karina Hofmann and Peter Riedel and Gregor G{\"{o}}tzl and Cornelia Steiner and Bernhard Atzenhofer. ( 2017 )
in: 2017 Ring Meeting, pages 1--8, ASGA

Abstract

The European Union INTERREG project GeoPLASMA-CE - Shallow Geothermal Energy Planning, Assessment and Mapping Strategies in Central Europe - intends to foster the market share of shallow geothermal use for heating and cooling. GeoPLASMA-CE will produce a transnational, web-based platform for knowledge transfer, which includes decision support tools and geothermal risk and potential maps. 3D modelling of geological subsurface layers is a very important part of this project, since several models describing the potential for energy production and land-use conflicts will be elaborated based on the 3D model. To achieve comparable modelling results, all project partners will use a harmonized modelling workflow. In this paper, we present our workflow, which tends to harmonize as many work steps as possible while respecting the individual needs of the partners.

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@INPROCEEDINGS{Gorz2017,
    author = { Gõrz, Ines and Hofmann, Karina and Riedel, Peter and G{\"{o}}tzl, Gregor and Steiner, Cornelia and Atzenhofer, Bernhard },
     title = { The harmonized 3D modelling workflow for shallow geothermal use in Central Europe : An important deliverable of the GeoPLASMA-CE project Parts of the workflow },
 booktitle = { 2017 Ring Meeting },
      year = { 2017 },
     pages = { 1--8 },
 publisher = { ASGA },
  abstract = { The European Union INTERREG project GeoPLASMA-CE - Shallow Geothermal Energy Planning, Assessment and Mapping Strategies in Central Europe - intends to foster the market share of shallow geothermal use for heating and cooling. GeoPLASMA-CE will produce a transnational, web-based platform for knowledge transfer, which includes decision support tools and geothermal risk and potential maps. 3D modelling of geological subsurface layers is a very important part of this project, since several models describing the potential for energy production and land-use conflicts will be elaborated based on the 3D model. To achieve comparable modelling results, all project partners will use a harmonized modelling workflow. In this paper, we present our workflow, which tends to harmonize as many work steps as possible while respecting the individual needs of the partners. }
}