Data for: Pulse Testing For Monitoring the Thermal Front in Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage

Published: 30 July 2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/ddzcwy53vr.2
Contributors:
Eloisa Salina Borello,
Dario Viberti,
Peter Fokker,
Francesca Verga,
Jan-Diederik van Wees

Description

These are synthetic pressure and rate data, generated by commercial software, that simulate the pressure response of a Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) doublet system to Harmonic Pulse Test. HPTs were simulated at significant stages of storage cycles in order to verify the capability of the test in monitoring the heat front. More in details, the thermal front was monitored after the 5thsummer of storage (4 complete storage cycles) and after the subsequent winter and again after the 15thsummer of storage (14 complete storage cycles). Moreover, synthetic pressure and rate data, generated by analytical model in time (radial composite assumption) and numerical model accounting for thermal exchange, to simulate the pressure response of a doublet system to Harmonic Pulse Test are also provided. HPTs were simulated at different stages of water injection in order to verify the capability of the test in monitoring the heat front. More in details, the thermal front was monitored after 1 month and after 6 months.

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Politecnico di Torino

Categories

Thermal Energy Storage, Well Testing Technique, Geothermal Aquifer

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