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Francesco Tinti

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

Department of Civil, Chemical, Environmental, and Materials Engineering

Academic discipline: ING-IND/28 Excavation Engineering and Safety

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Shallow geothermal solutions for energy transition: the legacy of GEOTeCH Project

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GEOTeCH project aimed to stimulate and promote greater utilization of renewable heating and cooling using shallow geothermal solutions through advancement of innovative drilling, ground heat exchangers and hybrid heat pumps.

Currently, most of the advancements proposed by the Project are factively on the market, and the shallow geothermal energy systems are moving towards "plug and play" solutions, for a widespread application all throughout Europe.

 

Related publications:

A novel TRNSYS type of a coaxial borehole heat exchanger for both short and mid term simulations: B2G model - Applied Thermal Engineering

Ground temperature monitoring for a coaxial geothermal heat exchangers field: Practical aspects and main issues from the first year of measurements - Mining Geology Petroleum Bullettin

Suitability evaluation of specific shallow geothermal technologies using a GIS-Based multi criteria decision analysis implementing the analytic hierarchic process - Energies