Educational repository with Jupyter Notebooks all around the topic of geothermal energy
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README.md

geothermics

methods, concepts, and more

This repository comprises different notebooks accompanying my exercise lecture in Geothermics.
Content of these exercise lectures cover the whole span of thermodynamic basics, over measurement procedures and their analysis, to numerical modelling of geothermal reservoirs and borehole heat exchangers.
Next to the exercises held in class, I add explanatory jupyter-notebooks for providing more detailed explanations of topics discussed in class.

Notebooks in NBviewer:

Installation / Usage

The .ipynb files, which are the core of this repository, are interactive Jupyter Notebooks. You can directly use a static, rendered version of the notebook by clicking on it. GitHub has an implemented notebook-viewer.
Further you can inspect notebooks on NBviewer by following the links above.

However, for working interactively with the notebooks (recommended), you either have to install Python + Jupyter (e.g. by using Anaconda), clone the repository and start a server. Or start them in an online, interactive environment, such as Binder (see below).

Notebooks in an interactive environment:

You can also work on notebooks interactively by using binder. Click on the binder badge to get to a remote notebook server:

Binder