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Assessment of Yuntdağı Hydrothermal System in Dikili-İzmir Region, Western Turkey

Turan, A. and Artun, E. and Saner, S. (2017):
Assessment of Yuntdağı Hydrothermal System in Dikili-İzmir Region, Western Turkey.
Davis, California, Geothermal Resources Council, In: Geothermal Resources Council Annual Meeting-2017, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

For Turkey,one sustainable way to increase the clean energy share in the power generation can be the utilization of geothermal resources. This study aims to investigate the potential of hydrothermal system in Dikili-İzmir to generate power. Accessible resource base and recoverable heat energy are calculated by employing a probabilistic approach-Monte Carlo simulation.A sensitivity analysis is performed for the input parameters related to the heat potential of the reservoir.Based on the existing accessible resource base and recoverable heat in place calculations,with 90% probability,the net electrical power can be produced from Yuntdağ reservoir is 30 MWe. Sensitivity analysis showed that reservoir area,rock-fluid temperature and recovery factor have the greatest impact on net power output.Sustainability attributes of the discussed cases are evaluated in terms of saved CO2 amount and saved money by employing a domestic energy source rather than an imported one.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2017
Creators: Turan, A. and Artun, E. and Saner, S.
Title: Assessment of Yuntdağı Hydrothermal System in Dikili-İzmir Region, Western Turkey
Language: English
Abstract:

For Turkey,one sustainable way to increase the clean energy share in the power generation can be the utilization of geothermal resources. This study aims to investigate the potential of hydrothermal system in Dikili-İzmir to generate power. Accessible resource base and recoverable heat energy are calculated by employing a probabilistic approach-Monte Carlo simulation.A sensitivity analysis is performed for the input parameters related to the heat potential of the reservoir.Based on the existing accessible resource base and recoverable heat in place calculations,with 90% probability,the net electrical power can be produced from Yuntdağ reservoir is 30 MWe. Sensitivity analysis showed that reservoir area,rock-fluid temperature and recovery factor have the greatest impact on net power output.Sustainability attributes of the discussed cases are evaluated in terms of saved CO2 amount and saved money by employing a domestic energy source rather than an imported one.

Volume: 41
Place of Publication: Davis, California
Publisher: Geothermal Resources Council
Uncontrolled Keywords: Hydrothermal, Western Turkey, Monte Carlo Simulation, resource assessment, sustainability, Dikili-İzmir
Divisions: 11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences
11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences > Earth Science
11 Department of Materials and Earth Sciences > Earth Science > Geothermal Science and Technology
Event Title: Geothermal Resources Council Annual Meeting-2017
Event Location: Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
Date Deposited: 05 Feb 2019 06:27
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