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Companion Study Guide to Short Course on Geothermal Corrosion and Mitigation in Low Temperature Geothermal Heating Systems

Abstract

The economic utilization of geothermal resources with temperatures less than 220 degrees Fahrenheit for purposes other than electric power generation (direct utilization) requires creation of systems with long plant life and minimum operation and maintenance costs. Development of such systems requires careful corrosion engineering if the most cost effective material selections and design choices are to be made. This study guide presents guidelines for materials selection for low-temperature geothermal systems (120 - 200 degrees Fahrenheit), as well as guidance in materials design of heat pump systems for very-lowtemperature geothermal resources (less than 120 degrees Fahrenheit). This guideline is divided into five sections and an Appendix.
Authors:
Publication Date:
Apr 24, 1985
Product Type:
Other
Subject:
15 GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; Geothermal Legacy
Sponsoring Organizations:
USDOE
OSTI ID:
894036
Research Organizations:
Radian Corporation for the Geo-Heat Center, Oregon Institute of Technology, Klamath Falls, OR
Country of Origin:
United States
Language:
English
Announcement Date:
Nov 06, 2006

Citation Formats

Ellis, II, P F. Companion Study Guide to Short Course on Geothermal Corrosion and Mitigation in Low Temperature Geothermal Heating Systems. United States: N. p., 1985. Web.
Ellis, II, P F. Companion Study Guide to Short Course on Geothermal Corrosion and Mitigation in Low Temperature Geothermal Heating Systems. United States.
Ellis, II, P F. 1985. "Companion Study Guide to Short Course on Geothermal Corrosion and Mitigation in Low Temperature Geothermal Heating Systems." United States.
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