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ANGUS+ auf der EGU General Assembly

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17.04.2016 um 10:00 bis 22.04.2016 um 18:00 (Europe/Vienna / UTC200)
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Jährlich besuchen über 11.000 Wissenschaftler aus aller Welt die Hauptversammlung der European Geosciences Union (EGU). Auch in diesem Jahr werden Forschungsergebnisse aus dem Projekt ANGUS+ vorgestellt, unter anderem in u.a. aus ANGUS+ heraus organisierten Sessions zu den Themen "Process quantification and modelling in subsurface utilization" (Prof. Dr. Sebastian Bauer (CAU) als Co-Convener) und "Development of strategies towards a sustainable intensive thermal use of the shallow subsurface" (Dr. Thomas Vienken und Prof. Dr. Peter Dietrich (beide UFZ) als Convener und Co-Convener)

Die folgenden ANGUS+ Beiträge werden auf der EGU General Asembly 2016 vorgestellt:

Session: Process quantification and modelling in subsurface utilization (ERE5.3)

  • Integrating experimental and numerical methods for a scenario-based quantitative assessment of subsurface energy storage options. (Vortrag: Alina Kabuth, Andreas Dahmke, Said Attia al Hagrey, Márton Berta, Cordula Dörr, Nicolas Koproch, Ralf Köber, Daniel Köhn, Michael Nolde, Wolf Tilmann Pfeiffer, Steffi Popp, Malte Schwanebeck & Sebastian Bauer, alle CAU)
  • Exemplifying the Effects of Parameterization Shortcomings in the Numerical Simulation of Geological Energy and Mass Storage. (Vortrag: Frank Dethlefsen, Wolf Tilmann Pfeiffer & Dirk Schäfer, alle CAU)
  • Interactive evolution concept for analyzing a rock salt cavern under cyclic thermo-mechanical loading. (Vortrag: Diethard König, Elham Mahmoudi, Kavan Khaledi, Achim von Blumenthal & Tom Schanz, alle RUB)
  • Thermo-mechanical modelling of cyclic gas storage applications in salt caverns. (Vortrag: Norbert Böttcher (BGR), Norihiro Watanabe, Uwe-Jens Görke, Olaf Kolditz & Thomas Nagel, alle UFZ) 
  • A workflow for transferring heterogeneous complex geological models to consistent finite element models and application to a deep geothermal reservoir operation. (Poster: Bo Wang &Sebastian Bauer, beide CAU)
  • Site specific comparison of H2, CH4 and compressed air energy storage in porous formations. (Poster: Wolf Tilmann Pfeiffer, Bo Wang, & Sebastian Bauer, alle CAU)
  • Brine migration resulting from pressure increases in a layered subsurface system. (Poster: Jens-Olaf Delfs, Johannes Nordbeck, & Sebastian Bauer, alle CAU)
  • Numerical simulations of the impact of seasonal heat storage on source zone emission in a TCE contaminated aquifer. (Poster: Steffi Popp, Christof Beyer, Andreas Dahmke & Sebastian Bauer, alle CAU)

 

Session: Development of strategies towards a sustainable intensive thermal use of the shallow subsurface" (ERE3.2)

  • Quantification of temperature impacts on the dissolution of chlorinated hydrocarbons into groundwater. (Poster: Nicolas Koproch, Steffi Popp, Ralf Köber, Christof Beyer, Sebastian Bauer & Andreas Dahmke, alle CAU)
  • Cyclic high temperature heat storage using borehole heat exchangers (Poster: Anke Boockmeyer, Jens-Olaf Delfs & Sebastian Bauer, alle CAU)
  • Impacts of convection on high-temperature aquifer thermal energy storage. (Poster: Christof Beyer, Meike Hintze & Sebastian Bauer, alle CAU)
  • Impact factors on the long-term sustainability of Borehole Heat Exchanger coupled Ground Source Heat Pump System. (Poster: Haibing Shao, Philipp Hein, Uwe-Jens Görke, Anke Bucher & Olaf Kolditz, alle UFZ)

 

Session: Geo-energy and the Urban Future: a sustainable energy transition and safe energy exploitation (ERE5.1)

  • Geochemical effects of compressed air, methane, or hydrogen intrusion into shallow aquifers. (Poster: Marton Berta, Frank Dethlefsen, Markus Ebert & Andreas Dahmke)

 

Session: Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) for Geoinformatics and Geosciences (co-organized) (ESSI3.5/GI1.5)

  • Implementation of a modular software system for multiphysical processes in porous media. (PICO-Vortrag: Dmitri Naumov, Norihiro Watanabe, Lars Bilke, Thomas Fischer, Christoph Lehmann, Karsten Rink, Marc Walther, Wenqing Wang & Olaf Kolditz, alle UFZ)

 

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