Geothermal brine injection evaluation methodology

By: Quoung, RContributor(s): Owen, L.B | Tardiff, G.ELanguage: English Publisher: California: Department of Energy, 1978Description: pp. 78-80 ilustracionesSubject(s): Energía Geotérmica | Salmuera | Fluidos Geotérmicos | Estados UnidosDDC classification: 621.44
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Utilization of liquid-dominated geotermal resourse in the U.S. will require subserface injection spent enffluents as the mosth enviromentally acceptable means o disposal. In many instances, the energy conversion cycle will cause processed geothermal fluids to become superaturated in various chemical species which can sub sequently precipitate.
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Utilization of liquid-dominated geotermal resourse in the U.S. will require subserface injection spent enffluents as the mosth enviromentally acceptable means o disposal. In many instances, the energy conversion cycle will cause processed geothermal fluids to become superaturated in various chemical species which can sub sequently precipitate.

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