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Hawaii Geothermal Project: The Effect of Dike Intrusion on Free Convection in Geothermal Reservoirs
|Title:||Hawaii Geothermal Project: The Effect of Dike Intrusion on Free Convection in Geothermal Reservoirs|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii|
|Citation:||Lau KH, Cheng P. 1974. Hawaii Geothermal Project: The effect of dike intrusion on free convection in geothermal reservoirs. Honolulu (HI): University of Hawaii. HGP technical report, 7.|
|Series/Report no.:||Hawaii Geothermal Project: Technical Report No. 7|
|Abstract:||A perturbation analysis is made for the simultaneous heat and mass transfer in unconfined geothermal reservoirs with dike intrusion. The perturbation equations are of elliptic type that can be solved numerically by the finite difference method. Up to the second-order approximations are retained in the numerical computation. The effects of dike intrusion on streamlines, temperature distribution, and the shape of water table in two-dimensional aquifers with low permeability are shown.|
|Sponsor:||Prepared under National Science Foundation Research Grant No. GI-38319.|
|Appears in Collections:||College of Engineering Technical Reports|
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