Cheap and efficient application of reliable Ground Source Heat Exchangers and Pumps

Drittmittelfinanzierte Gruppenförderung - Teilprojekt

Details zum übergeordneten Gesamtprojekt

Titel des Gesamtprojektes: LCE-03-2014 - Demonstration of renewable electricity and heating/cooling technologies


Details zum Projekt

Projektleiter/in:
Dr. David Bertermann
Prof. Dr. Harald Stollhofen

Projektbeteiligte:
Dr. David Bertermann
Johannes Müller
Mario Psyk

Beteiligte FAU-Organisationseinheiten:
Lehrstuhl für Geologie (Exogene Dynamik)

Mittelgeber: EU - 8. Rahmenprogramm - Horizon 2020
Akronym: Cheap-GSHPs
Projektstart: 01.06.2015
Projektende: 31.05.2019


Forschungsbereiche

Oberflächennahe Geothermie
Lehrstuhl für Geologie (Exogene Dynamik)


Abstract (fachliche Beschreibung):


To reduce the total cost of low enthalpy geothermal systems by 20-30 % the project will improve actual drilling/installation technologies and designs of Ground Source Heat Exchangers (GSHE’s). This will be combined with an holistic approach for optimum selection, design and implementation of complete systems across different underground and climate conditions. The proposal will focus on one hand on the development of more efficient and safe shallow geothermal systems and the reduction of the installation costs. This will be realized by improving drastically an existing, innovative vertical borehole installation technology of coaxial steel GSHE and by developing a helix type GSHE with a new, innovative installation methodology. These GSHE’s will be installed to a depth of 40 – 50 meters ensuring improved safety and faster permitting.



Externe Partner

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)


Publikationen

Bertermann, D., Bernardi, A., Pockelé, L., Galgaro, A., Cultrera, M., de Carli, M., & Müller, J. (2018). European project “Cheap-GSHPs”: installation and monitoring of newly designed helicoidal ground source heat exchanger on the German test site. Environmental Earth Sciences. https://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12665-018-7343-4

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