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Earth thermics

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Abstract

The thermodynamics of the Earth are described, including terrestrial heat flow, internal temperatures and thermal history. The value of the geothermal gradient has been considered to be 3/sup 0/C/100 m but measured values are slightly different. The values of terrestrial heat flow are relatively constant and are calculated be about 2.3 x 10 to the minus 6 cal/cm/sup 2/ sec (2.3 HFU). The Earth's internal temperature can be calculated from the adiabatic temperature gradient of adiabatic expansion. Using Simon's equation No. 9, a value of 2100-2500/sup 0/C is obtained, this is much lower than it was previously thought to be. The value of 2.3 HFU can easily be obtained from this internal temperature figure.
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Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1960
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
EDB-77-105612
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Nippon Butsuri Gakkaishi; (Japan); Journal Volume: 15:7
Subject:
15 GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; EARTH PLANET; HEAT FLOW; THERMODYNAMICS; GEOTHERMAL GRADIENTS; PLANETS; TEMPERATURE GRADIENTS; 150200* - Geology & Hydrology of Geothermal Systems; 152000 - Geothermal Data & Theory
OSTI ID:
7257606
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: CODEN: NBGSA
Submitting Site:
FIRL
Size:
Pages: 354-364
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Citation Formats

Ueda, M. Earth thermics. Japan: N. p., 1960. Web.
Ueda, M. Earth thermics. Japan.
Ueda, M. 1960. "Earth thermics." Japan.
@misc{etde_7257606,
title = {Earth thermics}
author = {Ueda, M}
abstractNote = {The thermodynamics of the Earth are described, including terrestrial heat flow, internal temperatures and thermal history. The value of the geothermal gradient has been considered to be 3/sup 0/C/100 m but measured values are slightly different. The values of terrestrial heat flow are relatively constant and are calculated be about 2.3 x 10 to the minus 6 cal/cm/sup 2/ sec (2.3 HFU). The Earth's internal temperature can be calculated from the adiabatic temperature gradient of adiabatic expansion. Using Simon's equation No. 9, a value of 2100-2500/sup 0/C is obtained, this is much lower than it was previously thought to be. The value of 2.3 HFU can easily be obtained from this internal temperature figure.}
journal = {Nippon Butsuri Gakkaishi; (Japan)}
volume = {15:7}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Japan}
year = {1960}
month = {Jan}
}