Exploratory wells will help secure heat from the ground, providing scientists with key data

Exploratory wells will help secure heat from the ground, providing scientists with key data
Exploratory wells will help secure heat from the ground, providing scientists with key data
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These exploratory wells will provide us with data for the design of the structure, the total sweat and the depth of the main wells, which will be used for future heat storage and production, explained the manager of the geothermal project, Antonn Tym.

From the new wells, scientists glean information about the abundance of groundwater and the direction of currents, which is critical for the depth of the Finnish wells and their overall activity.

The water below melts to cool me down. On the other hand, if the well is used for cooling, for example in the air conditioning of buildings, it is flow-through, described Tom Fischer, editor of the Ringen Lithomic Center.

The preparation of the five-hundred-meter core well will provide detailed geological and geothermal data in the entire profile of the well, which will provide information for determining the thermal capacity of the loit. Both wells will then lead to long-term monitoring of boundary conditions. This will ensure the safe operation of the entire facility, adds Zdenk Venera, editor of the Czech geological service.

The project of the two new wells now has a primary scientific and research character. The ultimate goal of the five-year project is the construction of a complex energy system with interconnected functional technologies for the supply of renewable heat and electricity for public buildings and the thermal plant, Litomic’s Eva Beov recalled, adding that the project will spend more than one billion crowns.

In about a year and a half, two deep wells could be drilled in Litomice. They could also supply water at a temperature of one hundred degrees Celsius. Litomice is the only locality in the republic that is actually permitted for mining activities with a large reach into the earth’s crust for the depth of geothermal wells. In our environment, during drilling, the temperature rises by 32 degrees for every kilometer. When drilling to a depth of tens of kilometers, this is a temperature that is very interesting for producing heat, Tym pointed out.

The article is in Czech

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