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  • Cultivating geothermal energy sources – Case Study

    Cultivating geothermal energy sources – Case Study

    Since the early twentieth century, geothermal energy has been used to produce electricity. In the 1980’s and 90’s, rapid expansion in the demand for geothermal energy put pressure on suppliers to reduce costs and increase efficiencies. Because of high temperatures and varying pressures, measuring steam flow through "Differential Pressure" methods was fraught with inconsistencies. ...

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  • Water-Cooled Direct-Contact Condensing Geothermal Power Plant
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    Water-Cooled Direct-Contact Condensing Geothermal Power Plant

    A condensing plant makes better use of the resource than a non-condensing plant. In this model, steam is expanded through the turbine down to a very low pressure. Hence, much more power can be generated from the same steam flow when compared with non-condensing plants. After leaving the turbine the steam encounters cooling water sprays in a direct contact condenser. The heat gained by the cooling ...