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geothermal

, geothermic
of or relating to the heat in the interior of the earth

Geothermal

The heat derived from the Earth. It is the thermal energy contained in the rock and fluid in the Earth’s crust.

geothermal

[¦jē·ō¦thər·məl]
(geophysics)
Pertaining to heat within the earth.
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the geothermic power plant is based on a pump system).
Throughout Climatizacion, air-conditioning manufacturers offered equipment designed to improve energy efficiency with an ever-increasing presence of solar and geothermic energy technologies.
In addition, they use renewable energy sources like solar and geothermic (also called geothermal of earth) warmth.
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The new HQ includes specially-drilled geothermic heating loops which use sustainable energy to heat or cool the building and will house 54 staff including engineers, geologists and surveyors.
The breakthrough heating/cooling system will make use of 180 geothermic heat probes drilled 100 metres deep to provide cold and hot water regulating temperature in the building.
There are 16 pools in the city area heated by geothermic energy, most of which have outdoor bathing areas and hot tubs.
In 2005 Guatemala used only 11% of its 5,000 megawatt potential in hydroelectricity and less than 3% of its 1,000 megawatt geothermic potential.
Geothermic and solar energy systems will supplement the building's power source.
In this study, cathodic polarization curves for ASTM A-36 steel was developed in geothermic fluid, using rotating electrode disc at different spin velocities, to characterize it kinetic mechanism.
In almost one year of explorations in northern Venezuela, and crossing the Llanos and reaching as south as San Carlos de Rio Negro in the Amazonian, he made observations in almost all the fields of Earth Sciences, like stratigraphy, paleontology (vertebrates and invertebrates), geothermic, hydrocarbon seeps, hydrogeology, environmental geology, speleology, etc.
A geothermic heating system warms the room and can be reversed to allow for cooling.