Title:

Tracer Properties, and Tracer Test Results (from Geothermal Reservoirs) - Part II

Authors:

I. Ghergut, H. Behrens, M. Sauter

Key Words:

tracer-based prediction of thermal breakthrough

Conference:

Stanford Geothermal Workshop

Year:

2010

Session:

Tracers

Language:

English

File Size:

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Abstract:

We present some considerations regarding the use of transport properties (fluid residence times, fluid-rock interface area densities) as estimated from solute tracer tests (inter-well and single-well push-pull geometries), for predicting thermal breakthrough in geothermal well doublet systems.

We only refer to single-phase (or liquid-dominated) geothermal reservoirs, to reservoir testing principles proposed by Kocabas and Horne (1987), and to testings by physico-chemically conservative tracers.


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