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Kaya, Oguzhan (author)
All over Europe, the expansion of renewable energy sources is quickly proceeding, fueled by environmental and political motives. The power generated by renewables is heavily subject to the intermittency of the source, e.g. the availability of wind or solar irradiance. Consequently, electrical grids that rely on renewable sources alternate...
master thesis 2020
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Smouter, Chris (author)
High Temperature Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (HT-ATES) is a technique for storing large amounts of residual heat in the subsurface. In this report, the thermal deformation resulting from the temperature change in the subsurface is investigated and the resulting risks for buildings are assessed. To do this a case study is done on the TU Delft...
bachelor thesis 2019
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Marif, Kizjè (author)
The thermal recovery efficiency of High Temperature Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (HT-ATES) systems can be limited due to the effect of buoyancy flow of the injected hot water. This thesis has researched the application of a Multiple Partially Penetrating Wells (MPPWs) as a well design method to counteract the effect of buoyancy flow and...
master thesis 2019
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Duijff, Rogier (author)
Aquifer thermal energy storage (ATES) is a sustainable technology that provides thermal energy to buildings in temperate climates. The principle of ATES is to temporary store thermal energy in aquifers in a warm and cold well in order to use this thermal energy for heating and cooling in the next season. Because the available subsurface space is...
master thesis 2019
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Avadhani, Maneesh (author)
Buildings contribute to 30% of global CO<sub>2</sub> emissions and consume 40% of the global energy supply (Yang et al., 2014). Heating and cooling requirements of the buildings form the major part of the energy consumption in buildings (Culha et al., 2015). Thus to solve this problem, one of the solutions currently being<br/>looked at is to...
master thesis 2019
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van Esser, Beer (author)
In 2020 TU Delft will build a geothermal well producing enough energy to power all its faculties and a number of buildings surrounding the campus. This is done to meet the climate goals the TU set itself: an energy neutral campus by 2040. Geothermal plants are designed to produce for 30 years. After this period, by 2050, the TU has to be energy...
bachelor thesis 2019
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de Voogd, Rein (author)
High Temperature – Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (HT-ATES) is a way to efficiently store heat with use of the subsurface. Region Holland-Rijnland has the vision to be free of the use of natural gas in 2050. A proposed high temperature heating network from the port of Rotterdam to the households of Leiden, combined with the use of an HT-ATES...
bachelor thesis 2019
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Wegman, Tess (author)
High Temperature Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (HT-ATES) systems can be implemented to store geothermal energy, residual industrial heat and solar heat. Due to the large temperature differences between the injection fluid and ambient groundwater, buoyancy flow occurs, which causes heat losses which in turn results in poor efficiency of such...
bachelor thesis 2017
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Stevens, Ivor (author)
This research is executed to study the effects of density driven currents and their effects on Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage Systems(ATES).<br/><br/>A monowell system is studied in the location of Amsterdam, in the Netherlands. Due to saline water deep in the ground and fresh water higher in the ground, there is a gradient in density in the...
bachelor thesis 2016
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Xynogalou, M. (author)
Aquifer thermal energy storage (ATES) is a growing technology in the Netherlands. There are two kinds of ATES configurations the doublet and the single borehole ATES (SB-ATES) layout. The limited subsurface space in combination with the lower construction cost and the lower performance of the SB-ATES lead to the need to optimize their design....
master thesis 2015
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Qian, L. (author)
With the incentive to reach the energy saving and CO2 emission reduction targets of the Netherlands, the application of Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage (ATES) is expected to increase sharply during this decade [2]. With limited aboveground and underground space, well arrangement is becoming difficult in busy areas with a rapidly growing number of...
master thesis 2014
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Lysen, C.T. (author)
master thesis 2013
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Ligtenbarg, N. (author)
In dit BSc eindwerk is onderzocht welke systeem- en omgevingsparameters invloed hebben op het rendement van een Warmte Koude Opslag (WKO) systeem. Er is gekeken naar grondwaterstroomsnelheid, bronafstand, het temperatuursverschill tussen de bronnen, en de vorm van de thermische bel. Voor realistische waarden van WKO systemen is kwantitatief...
bachelor thesis 2012
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