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Janina Pech

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Institute of Applied Geosciences
Division of Engineering Geology

KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,
Campus South

Kaiserstr. 12
76131 Karlsruhe
Germany


Department Address

Institute of Applied Geosciences
Division of Engineering Geology

KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,
Campus South

Adenauerring 20b, Building 50.40
76131 Karlsruhe

Image: Students and lecturers of the Engineering Geology group during the field course in Ebnit (Vorarlberg, Austria) in July 2018. 
 
Engineering Geology is part of the Applied Geosciences at KIT. It comprises geologically founded research and development in Civil and Mining Enginering as well as energy, evironmental and transport infrastructure. Engineering Geology represents the link between the geosciences and the engineering sciences.

LATEST PUBLICATIONS

 

Worldwide application of aquifer thermal energy storage — A review

Author: Fleuchaus, P., Godschalk, B., Stober, I., Blum, P.

Source: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews

DOI

     
 

Comparing anthropogenic heat input and heat accumulation in the subsurface of Osaka, Japan

Author: Benz, S.A., Bayer, P., Blum, P., Hamamoto, H., Arimoto, H., Taniguchi, M.

Source: Science of the Total Environment

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weitere Publikationen

NEWS

Alle Wetter
Heating using groundwater thermal energy storage

Interview with PhD candidate Paul Fleuchaus about groundwater as a heat source or sink.

>>> interview (in German)

Das Hotel Grand Kameha in Bonn
Subsurface thermal storage increases energy use efficiency

Paul Fleuchaus investigates aquifer thermal energy storage systems as an efficient and environmentally friendly alternative for traditional heating and cooling systems.

>>> article (in German)