Elliott, David G. (1975) Comparison of brine production methods and conversion processes for geothermal electric power generation: Geothermal research study in the Salton Sea region of California. Environmental Quality Laboratory Report, 10. California Institute of Technology , Pasadena, CA. (Unpublished) http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechEQL:EQL-R-10
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This document is one of several that report the results of a study carried out by the EQL during 1975. This investigation was directed at definition of and support for a geothermal resource demonstration program to be conducted at the Salton Sea KGRA: The originating agency was NSF/RANN, but in January of 1975 the responsibility for the project was transferred to ERDA. It was anticipated that the results of the research would be continuously fed in to the demonstration program, which was originally anticipated to be initiated during the period of this present grant. However, the demonstration program was not initiated during that time. Those programs are now getting underway, and it is hoped that these results may be useful to ERDA and the contractors in arriving at a program of research. A summary of results in each of the several research areas is given in the following paragraphs, in order that the reader can place the present report in context.
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|Additional Information:||© 1975 California Institute of Technology. Supported by Energy Research and Development Administration grant ERDA-SAN No. AT(04-3)-1086; formerly NSF AER 75-01748. This study was performed by Dr. David G. Elliott, Member of the Technical Staff, Energy Systems Section, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, under the direction of Dr. Martin Goldsmith, Deputy Director, Environmental Quality Laboratory, Caltech. Dr. Goldsmith selected the conversion processes to be analyzed, provided technical guidance, reviewed the results, and participated in writing the manuscript. Valuable technical suggestions were contributed by Professor Rolf Sabersky, Division of Engineering and Applied Science. Caltech.|
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