Ground Source Technical Seminar
Thursday 24 May 2018
University of Leeds

The GSHPA's Technical Seminar on 24 May was a fascinating confluence of current thinking in the world of geothermal engineering and sustainable use of thermal energy storage in the ground. The seminar was kindly hosted by the School of Civil Engineering University of Leeds.

The seminar primarily addressed live technical issues surrounding closed and open loop systems, both ground based and surface water source based.

You can see copies of the presentations if you click on the titles below in blue.


Geothermal Technology for Economic Cooling and Heating       Simon Rees,
University of Leeds
Thermoactive geotechnical structures David Taborda,
Imperial College
Quantifying the accuracy of a radial approximation
for pile heat exchangers
Nick Woodman,
University of Southampton
Diaphragm wall heat exchanger model Ida Shafagh
How a flowing fracture influences the thermal performance
of a borehole heat exchanger
Sasha Pedchenko,
University of Southampton
High temperature heat pumps at Henley Business School Phil Jones,
Building Energy Solutions
CP3 Open-Loop Groundwater Source Heat Pumps:
Code of Practice for the UK
Nic Wincott, Lead author 
Monitoring ground source systems Chris Davidson,
Commissioning costs and risks
in GSHP closed circuits
John Westerman,
Limescale issues in Heat Pumps Lolli Olafsson,
Geyser Thermal Energy