University of Illinois Campus Deep Direct-Use Feasibility Study - Thermal Properties of Geologic Formations in Illinois Basin

Abstract
Thermal property data for rocks and and minerals and unconsolidated (glacial) sediments units from within and outside the Illinois Basin were compiled for modeling heat transport in the subsurface.
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DOE Project Name: Geothermal Heat Recovery Complex: Large-scale, Deep Direct-Use System in a Low-Temperature Sedimentary Basin
DOE Project Number: EE0008106
DOE Project Lead: Arlene Anderson
Last Updated: over a year ago
Mar
2018
Data from March, 2018
Submitted Apr 20, 2018

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Authors

Yu-Feng Lin
University of Illinois
Eugene C. Robertson
United States Geological Survey
Lauren L. Meyer
University of Wisconsin
Matthew D. Walker
University of Wisconsin
Lauren L. Meyer
Engineering Analytics
James M. Tinjum
University of Wisconsin
David J. Hart
University of Wisconsin
Yiran Dong
University of Illinois
Robert A. Sanford
University of Illinois
Randall A. II Locke
Illinois State Geological Survey
Isaac K. Cann
University of Illinois
Roderick I. Mackie
University of Illinois
Bruce W. Foucke
University of Illinois
Jurgen H. Schon
Montanuniversitat Leoben

Keywords

geothermal, energy, DDU, Deep Direct-Use, University of Illinois, Illinois Basin, thermal properties, geologic formations, thermophysics

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