Geological and engineering features of developing ultra-high-temperature geothermal systems in the world

Kyosuke Okamoto, Hiroshi Asanuma, Takuya Ishibashi, Yusuke Yamaya, H. Saishu, N. Yanagisawa, Toru Mogi, Noriyoshi Tsuchiya, Atsushi Okamoto, Shigemi Naganawa, Y. Ogawa, Kazuya Ishitsuka, Yasuhiro Fujimitsu, K. Kitamura, Tatsuya Kajiwara, S. Horimoto, Kuniaki Shimada

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It has been suggested that a large amount of crustal fluid is trapped at a supercritical state within intrusive rocks beneath volcanoes or calderas near the mountain ranges of northeastern Japan. If we could extract and use these crustal fluids, we could expect to achieve a high level of energy productivity. We have collated field data on high-temperature geothermal areas of the world, used these to produce simple models of their geothermal systems, and then explored their features in terms of the amount of potential power generation. For example, a potential of around 0.1 GW per reservoir over 30 years is expected in northeastern Japan if we consider supercritical reservoirs extending to a 5 km depth.

元の言語英語
ページ(範囲)267-281
ページ数15
ジャーナルGeothermics
82
DOI
出版物ステータス出版済み - 11 2019

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engineering
Volcanoes
Fluids
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caldera
power generation
Power generation
volcano
Productivity
Rocks
productivity
Temperature
rock
energy
world
mountain range

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Renewable Energy, Sustainability and the Environment
  • Geotechnical Engineering and Engineering Geology
  • Geology

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Okamoto, K., Asanuma, H., Ishibashi, T., Yamaya, Y., Saishu, H., Yanagisawa, N., ... Shimada, K. (2019). Geological and engineering features of developing ultra-high-temperature geothermal systems in the world. Geothermics, 82, 267-281. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geothermics.2019.07.002

Geological and engineering features of developing ultra-high-temperature geothermal systems in the world. / Okamoto, Kyosuke; Asanuma, Hiroshi; Ishibashi, Takuya; Yamaya, Yusuke; Saishu, H.; Yanagisawa, N.; Mogi, Toru; Tsuchiya, Noriyoshi; Okamoto, Atsushi; Naganawa, Shigemi; Ogawa, Y.; Ishitsuka, Kazuya; Fujimitsu, Yasuhiro; Kitamura, K.; Kajiwara, Tatsuya; Horimoto, S.; Shimada, Kuniaki.

:: Geothermics, 巻 82, 11.2019, p. 267-281.

研究成果: ジャーナルへの寄稿記事

Okamoto, K, Asanuma, H, Ishibashi, T, Yamaya, Y, Saishu, H, Yanagisawa, N, Mogi, T, Tsuchiya, N, Okamoto, A, Naganawa, S, Ogawa, Y, Ishitsuka, K, Fujimitsu, Y, Kitamura, K, Kajiwara, T, Horimoto, S & Shimada, K 2019, 'Geological and engineering features of developing ultra-high-temperature geothermal systems in the world', Geothermics, 巻. 82, pp. 267-281. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.geothermics.2019.07.002
Okamoto, Kyosuke ; Asanuma, Hiroshi ; Ishibashi, Takuya ; Yamaya, Yusuke ; Saishu, H. ; Yanagisawa, N. ; Mogi, Toru ; Tsuchiya, Noriyoshi ; Okamoto, Atsushi ; Naganawa, Shigemi ; Ogawa, Y. ; Ishitsuka, Kazuya ; Fujimitsu, Yasuhiro ; Kitamura, K. ; Kajiwara, Tatsuya ; Horimoto, S. ; Shimada, Kuniaki. / Geological and engineering features of developing ultra-high-temperature geothermal systems in the world. :: Geothermics. 2019 ; 巻 82. pp. 267-281.
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