Borehole heat exchanger temperature at differing lithological units

Published: 12-08-2017| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/9cs7n9gghg.1
Contributor:
David Smith

Description

This data is temperature measurements as measured by thermocouples attached to the u-tube of a central single borehole heat exchanger in a larger 144 well field. Thermocouples were installed at 50 foot intervals from 50 to 400 feet below ground surface. The thermocouple measure the temperature at the interface of the grout and incoming water side of the u-tube. Column header description: Date_Time: Date and time of measurements. 50_degC: Temperature measurement at the interface of the grout and incoming water side of the u-tube at 50 feet below ground surface. 100_degC: Temperature measurement at the interface of the grout and incoming water side of the u-tube at 100 feet below ground surface. 150_degC: Temperature measurement at the interface of the grout and incoming water side of the u-tube at 150 feet below ground surface. 200_degC: Temperature measurement at the interface of the grout and incoming water side of the u-tube at 200 feet below ground surface. 250_degC: Temperature measurement at the interface of the grout and incoming water side of the u-tube at 250 feet below ground surface. 300_degC: Temperature measurement at the interface of the grout and incoming water side of the u-tube at 300 feet below ground surface. 350_degCTemperature measurement at the interface of the grout and incoming water side of the u-tube at 350 feet below ground surface. 400_degC: Temperature measurement at the interface of the grout and incoming water side of the u-tube at 400 feet below ground surface. BHE_IN__degC: Temperature of the water entering the borehole heat exchanger. BHE_OUT__degC: Temperature of the water leaving the borehole heat exchanger.

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