About The Author

A. C. Elmore is a researcher affiliated with the Missouri University of Science and Technology.

Characterizing Long-Term Groundwater Conditions And Lithology For The Design Of Large-Scale Borehole Heat Exchangers

The Earth’s subsurface remains at a relatively stable temperature at a given depth despite daily and seasonal changes in the weather at the surface. Rock and soil also have the ability to store heat energy for long periods of time. Ground-coupled heat pump (GCHP) systems can store or extract heat energy from the subsurface using