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The Problem of Geothermal Power Installation on Buildings: Structural Building Monitoring and Assessment During Drilling Activities
Conference paper presented in EACS 2022 - The 7th European Conference on Structural Control held July 10th-13th 2022 in Warsaw, Poland.
Title: The problem of geothermal power installation on buildings: structural building monitoring and assessment during drilling activities
Authors: D. Bortoluzzi (*1), S. Casciati (*1), M. Francolini (*2)
*1: SIART, SRL
*2: Formerly SIART, SRL
Abstract: The current European Union (EU) policy aims to increase the use of “green” energies, and within this strategy the exploitation of the geothermal energy is a well promising approach. The European Horizon2020 project GEOFIT (Deployment of novel GEOthermal systems, technologies and tools for energy efficient building retroFITting) aims among the others to deploy and to integrate advanced methods of worksite inspection, ground research, and building structural monitoring, drilling and worksite characterization into advanced geothermal based retrofitting methods.
When dealing with “plants of power production”, one needs to develop a Life Cycle Analysis and to apply a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) for evaluating any environmental aspects and potential influences throughout the whole life cycle of a product or process or service. The paper first provides a preliminary discussion on this aspect. Then it focuses attention on a pilot site made available within the GEOFIT Consortium. The results from a structural monitoring campaign in this pilot site before and during the drilling operations associated to the implementation of the geothermal power system are presented discussed.