His primary areas of study are Geothermal gradient, Heat pump, Environmental engineering, Heat exchanger and Geothermal energy. His study on Geothermal gradient is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Groundwater. He works in the field of Groundwater, namely Aquifer.
His Heat pump study incorporates themes from Thermal conduction, Waste management, Geothermal heating and Greenhouse gas. He interconnects Electricity generation, Natural resource economics, Environmental impact assessment and Land use in the investigation of issues within Environmental engineering. His Heat exchanger research integrates issues from Advection, Heat transfer and Borehole.
Aquifer, Groundwater, Geothermal gradient, Hydrology and Mechanics are his primary areas of study. His Aquifer research focuses on Soil science and how it connects with Specific storage. The Groundwater study which covers Environmental engineering that intersects with Environmental remediation and Waste management.
His work carried out in the field of Geothermal gradient brings together such families of science as Heat pump, Heat exchanger, Thermal energy and Borehole. Peter Bayer has researched Heat exchanger in several fields, including Geotechnical engineering and Petroleum engineering. In Hydrology, Peter Bayer works on issues like Urban heat island, which are connected to Earth science.
His main research concerns Groundwater, Geothermal gradient, Aquifer, Urban heat island and Mechanics. His Groundwater study is focused on Hydrology in general. The concepts of his Geothermal gradient study are interwoven with issues in Heat exchanger, Petroleum engineering, Thermal energy and Borehole.
His studies deal with areas such as Seismology, Thermal, Atmospheric sciences and Flow conditions as well as Aquifer. Peter Bayer has included themes like Porosity, Hydromechanical coupling and Advection in his Mechanics study. Peter Bayer combines subjects such as Thermal response test, Environmental engineering and Renewable energy with his study of Geothermal energy.
Peter Bayer mostly deals with Groundwater, Thermal, Aquifer, Mechanics and Hydrogeology. His Groundwater study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Heat pump, Geothermal gradient and Land cover. His Heat pump research integrates issues from Groundwater flow and Advection.
His research integrates issues of Heat exchanger and Borehole in his study of Geothermal gradient. His Borehole research incorporates elements of Environmental engineering, Extraction, Petroleum engineering and Geothermal energy, Geothermal heating. Peter Bayer usually deals with Aquifer and limits it to topics linked to Soil science and Low permeability, Latent heat and Temperature measurement.
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Greenhouse gas emission savings of ground source heat pump systems in Europe: A review
Peter Bayer;Dominik Saner;Stephan Bolay;Ladislaus Rybach.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2012)
International legal status of the use of shallow geothermal energy
Stefanie Haehnlein;Peter Bayer;Philipp Blum.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2010)
Environmental impacts of water use in global crop production: hotspots and trade-offs with land use.
Stephan Pfister;Peter Bayer;Annette Koehler;Stefanie Hellweg.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
A moving finite line source model to simulate borehole heat exchangers with groundwater advection
Nelson Molina-Giraldo;Philipp Blum;Ke Zhu;Peter Bayer.
International Journal of Thermal Sciences (2011)
Monthly water stress: spatially and temporally explicit consumptive water footprint of global crop production
Stephan Pfister;Peter Bayer.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2014)
Sustainability and policy for the thermal use of shallow geothermal energy
Stefanie Hähnlein;Peter Bayer;Grant Ferguson;Philipp Blum.
Energy Policy (2013)
Is it only CO2 that matters? A life cycle perspective on shallow geothermal systems
Dominik Saner;Ronnie Juraske;Markus Kübert;Philipp Blum.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2010)
The geothermal potential of urban heat islands
Ke Zhu;Philipp Blum;Grant Ferguson;Klaus-Dieter Balke.
Environmental Research Letters (2010)
Subsurface urban heat islands in German cities
Kathrin Menberg;Peter Bayer;Kai Zosseder;Sven Rumohr.
Science of The Total Environment (2013)
Review on life cycle environmental effects of geothermal power generation
Peter Bayer;Ladislaus Rybach;Philipp Blum;Ralf Brauchler.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2013)
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