D2.1 – Geothermal – IDM for Drilling Processes

This document (D2.1) states the Geothermal Information Delivery Manual (IDM) for drilling processes involved in the GEOFIT project. The IDM for drilling processes specifies an integrated reference tool to collect the information and data from the different processes involved during drilling operations performance required by the GEOBIM model proposed in the project. The specification of an IDM for GEOFIT project and the need of providing an integrated model for drilling processes is one of the main outcomes of this deliverable as it is a very complex environment. The data acquisition processes and data workflows are produced in real time conditions and different data formats may be found. Within the GEOBIM project context, the IDM is aimed at providing the unified reference for the processes and data required by BIM by identifying the discrete processes that must be undertaken during drilling operations, the information required for their execution and the results obtained from these operations. In general terms, this IDM represents a real challenge because it must specify:

  • How drilling processes fit the global GEOBIM model and how relevant they are;
  • Who are the actors creating, consuming and benefitting from the data collected during drilling;
  • What is the final valuable information created and to be used;
  • How this amount of data shall be supported by virtual tools and software.

IWSHM Paper @ Stanford, USA (2019)

Conference paper presented in The 12th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring held September 10-12 in Standford, California, USA

Also available for download in Zenodo.

Title: Geothermal Power: Monitoring the Building Response During Installation

Language: English

Authors: Fabio Casciati (*1), Sara Casciati (*2), Alessandro Colnaghi (*2), Lucia Favarelli (*1)

*1: University of Pavia
*2: SIART, SRL

Abstract:  The European project G E O F I T (Deployment of novel GEOthermal systems, technologies and tools for energy efficient building retrofitting) is gathering more than 20 partners from all around Europe. Its main objective is 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. This contribution reports the experimental results to be achieved within GEOFIT at the location of specific case studies. In particular standard accelerometric measurements will be collected and compared with the information collected by the geo-radar system made available by one of the partners. This paper focuses on the structural monitoring of a two-story masonry building. The results of a preliminary data collection in the absence of drilling are also reported.