IStructE - Energy Geostructures - Using our substructures for ground heat exchange and storage
16th February 2021 6:00 pm
This presentation will cover recent innovations in the use of structure foundations, and substructure components such as retaining walls and tunnels as ground heat exchangers to permit supply of thermal energy to low carbon heating systems.
Fleur is an Associate Professor of Geostructures at the University of Leeds, and has over twenty years of experience in civil engineering covering both industry and academia. Fleur’s research includes the decarbonisation of heating through the use of the subsurface for ground heat transfer and storage. She is a pioneer in using structure foundations and buried infrastructure as novel ground heat exchangers.
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