Geothermal Engineering Books

  • Geothermal Energy: Renewable Energy and the Environment

    Focusing on geothermal energy systems, this unique work in the recently developed CRC series, Energy and the Environment looks at the background, theory, power generation, applications, strengths and weaknesses, and practical techniques for implementing geothermal energy projects. Like the rest of the series, it stresses the links between ...

  • Thermal Flows in Porous Media

    Thermal flow in porous media is important in a wide range of areas, including oil recovery, geothermal development, the chemical and nuclear industries, civil engineering, energy storage and energy conversion. This monograph uses a systematic, rigorous and unified treatment to provide a general understanding of the phenomena involved.General ...

  • Mars

    The manned mission is seen as a first step towards a Mars surface exploration base-station and, later, establishing permanent settlement. The location and use of Mars’s natural resources is vital to enable cost-effective long-duration human exploration and exploitation missions as well as subsequent human colonization. Planet resources include ...

  • Report 4140: Geothermal Energy

    Report 4140: Geothermal Energy explores finance, policy, market and technology issues in depth with project developers, lenders, investors, researchers and industry analysts. We also examine the emergence of competitors to Ormat for the fast-growing low-temperature segment of geothermal, the tantalizing potential of enhanced geothermal systems ...

  • Fractal Behaviour of the Earth System

    The book fills a gap in the steadily expanding field of applying fractals to the earth science system. In this book the concept of fractal-scaling is applied to a variety of geophysical problems, illustrating what scaling laws really tell us and how they can used to solve various geophysical problems. Keeping in mind the broad range of readers ...

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