Assessment of the influence of shortening the duration of TRT (thermal response test) on the precision of measured values
Zdeněk Rozehnal and
Energy, 2014, vol. 64, issue C, 120-129
In this paper the results of testing thermal parameters of the rock environment and measurement of borehole temperature profiles of the newly constructed experimental underground heat storage (BTES (Borehole Thermal Energy Storage)) in Paskov (Czech Republic) obtained with the TRT (thermal response method) and temperature measurement on boreholes at selected depth levels are summarised. The TRT measurement series on eight boreholes has shown the possibility to compare the differences among individual measurements in a practically identical rock environment. The temperature profiling of boreholes enabled studying the dynamics of temperature changes occurring in the rock environment as a reaction to the heat supply during the TRT.
Keywords: Thermal energy storage; Thermal response test; Borehole temperature profiling (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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