Data of a High Temperature Heat Injection Test

Published: 4 February 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/rjzt4hjb8h.1
Stefan Heldt


These documents present the data related to a high temperature heat injection test, which was carried out at an injection temperature of 74 °C in a shallow aquifer. The data set contains transient measurements of temperatures at 18 wells in 10 depths and measurements of the experimental boundary conditions (injection temperature and flow rate) at a temporal resolution of up to 1 min. In addition, the data contains coordinates of the wells used for the temperature measurements and data of a multilevel multi well pumping test. The raw and processed data is provided as well as the tools for data processing. The presented data is useful to gain insights about the thermohydraulic processes induced by a high temperature heat injection test and can furthermore be used for the development and verification of numerical models of the heat injection test and similar applications like high temperature aquifer thermal energy storage.



Christian-Albrechts-Universitat zu Kiel, Helmholtz-Zentrum fur Umweltforschung UFZ


Thermal Energy Storage, Renewable Energy, Environmental Sustainability, Buoyancy, Aquifer Characteristics, Mixed Convection