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Mathematical Geoenergy


Mathematical Geoenergy

Discovery, Depletion, and Renewal
Geophysical Monograph Series, Band 241 1. Aufl.

von: Paul Pukite, Dennis Coyne, Daniel Challou

153,99 €

Verlag: American Geophysical Union
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 28.11.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9781119434306
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 384

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A rigorous mathematical problem-solving framework for analyzing the Earth’s energy resources GeoEnergy encompasses the range of energy technologies and sources that interact with the geological subsurface. Fossil fuel availability studies have historically lacked concise modeling, tending instead toward heuristics and overly-complex processes. Mathematical GeoEnergy: Oil Discovery, Depletion and Renewal details leading-edge research based on a mathematically-oriented approach to geoenergy analysis. Volume highlights include: Applies a formal mathematical framework to oil discovery, depletion, and analysis Employs first-order applied physics modeling, decreasing computational resource requirements Illustrates model interpolation and extrapolation to fill out missing or indeterminate data Covers both stochastic and deterministic mathematical processes for historical analysis and prediction Emphasizes the importance of up-to-date data, accessed through the companion website Demonstrates the advantages of mathematical modeling over conventional heuristic and empirical approaches Accurately analyzes the past and predicts the future of geoenergy depletion and renewal using models derived from observed production data Intuitive mathematical models and readily available algorithms make Mathematical GeoEnergy: Oil Discovery, Depletion and Renewal an insightful and invaluable resource for scientists and engineers using robust statistical and analytical tools applicable to oil discovery, reservoir sizing, dispersion, production models, reserve growth, and more.
Preface vii 1. Introduction to Mathematical Geoenergy 1 2. Stochastic Modeling 5 Part I: Depletion 3. Fossil Fuel Depletion Modeling 13 4. Discovering Oil Reserves 17 5. Analysis of Production and the Shock Model .41 6. Characterizing Discovery, Production, and Reserve Growth 61 7. Comparing the Oil Production Model to Data 85 8. Alternative Characterization and Models 109 9. Models for Future Production 131 Part II: Renewal 10. Energy Transition: Applying Probabilities and Physics 157 11. Wind Energy 167 12. Wave Energy 179 13. Geophysical Energy 205 14. Thermal Energy: Diffusion and Heat Content 213 15. Latent Energy: Hydrological Cycle 225 16. Gravitational Potential Energy: Terrain and Topography 233 17. Solar Energy: Thermodynamic Balance 267 18. Geoenergy Conversion .273 19. Dissipative Energy: Resilience, Durability, and Reliability 291 20. Dispersed Energy: Particulates and Transport in the Environment 305 21. Electromagnetic Energy: Noise and Uncertainty .319 Epilogue 327 Appendix A: The Effect and Role of Feedback 329 Appendix B: Using Pipes and Flow to Compute Convolution 331 Appendix C: Dispersion Analogies 333 Appendix D: Regional Oil Discovery and Production Profiles 341 Appendix E: Compartment Models 343 Appendix F: US Reserve Growth 345 Appendix G: Table of Acronyms 349 Index 351a
Paul Pukite, BAE Systems, USA Dennis Coyne, PeakOilBarrel.com, USA Daniel Challou, University of Minnesota, USA
Mathematical Geoenergy Discovery, Depletion, and Renewal Geoenergy encompasses the range of energy sources and technologies that interact with the geophysical environment. Fossil fuel availability studies have historically lacked concise modeling, tending instead toward overly-complex processes. Mathematical Geoenergy: Discovery, Depletion, and Renewal details leading-edge research based on a mathematically-oriented approach to geoenergy analysis. This volume: Applies a formal mathematical framework to oil discovery, depletion, and analysis Employs first-order applied physics modeling, decreasing computational resource requirements Illustrates model interpolation and extrapolation to fill out missing or indeterminate data Covers both stochastic and deterministic mathematical processes for historical analysis and prediction of oil production and a range of important renewable energy resources Emphasizes the importance of up-to-date data Demonstrates the advantages of mathematical modeling over conventional heuristic and empirical approaches Accurately analyzes the past and predicts the future of geoenergy depletion and renewable resources using models derived from observed production, discovery data, and from available renewable energy data Intuitive mathematical models and readily available algorithms make Mathematical Geoenergy: Discovery, Depletion, and Renewal an insightful and invaluable resource for scientists and engineers interested in oil discovery, reservoir sizing, dispersion, production models, reserve growth, renewable energy, and more.

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