[Equest-users] Geothermal Well Software

Anthony Hardman Anthony at geoenergyservices.com
Tue Jan 5 07:44:07 PST 2010

eQuest is great because you can do loads and GHX design in one step (unlike
GLD).  And you're able simulate both vertical and horizontal loops.


GLHE-Pro <http://tristate.apogee.net/geo/gdfrsgl.asp>  is for vertical loops


Polysun <http://www.velasolaris.com/vs2/index.php?article_id=9&clang=1>
seems to have the most features
<http://www.velasolaris.com/vs2/files/key_features_new_ps_hp_1.pdf>  and may
have the unique distinction of being the only software that can directly
model hybrid (geothermal-solar thermal) systems.  Definitely worth
investigating if your company is willing to pony up the $1200 (minimum) for
the software.


Anthony Hardman

Mechancial Engineer



Geo-Energy Services

14250 E Easter Pl, STE C

Centennial, CO 80112

303-531-5292 v

303-805-3563 f

720-273-9973 c



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[mailto:equest-users-bounces at lists.onebuilding.org] On Behalf Of Eric Kees
Sent: Tuesday, January 05, 2010 8:06 AM
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Subject: [Equest-users] Geothermal Well Software


I am looking for some software recommendations.  

Has anyone had any experience with geothermal well design?  

Currently I am playing around with GLD 2009 but I would like to know what
options are out there.




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