The chemical behaviour of common constituents and the interpretation of the chemical signature of the fluids are discussed, with stress placed on the evaluation of reservoir conditions and subsurface flow regimes.
The second part describes techniques in geochemical exploration for geothermal resources. Individual chapters deal with the planning, execution and critical evaluation of water, gas and soil surveys. You also may like to try some of these bookshops , which may or may not sell this item. Separate different tags with a comma. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes.
Geothermal fluids: chemistry and exploration techniques
Skip to content Skip to search. Nicholson, Keith, , author. Published Berlin ; New York: Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 1 of 2. Check copyright status Cite this Title Geothermal fluids: Author Nicholson, Keith, , author. Geothermal energy Renewable energy resources. Renewable and Green Energy.
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Mines and mineral resources. Summary This book introduces aqueous geochemistry applied to geothermal systems. It is specifically designed for readers first entering into the world of geothermal energy from a variety of scientific and engineering backgrounds, and consequently is not intended to be the last word on geothermal chemistry.
Instead it is intended to provide readers with sufficient background knowledge to permit them to subsequently understand more complex texts and scientific papers on geothermal energy. The book is structured into two parts.
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The first explains how geothermal fluids and their associated chemistry evolve, and shows how the chemistry of these fluids can be used to, deduce information about the resource. The second part concentrates on survey techniques explaining how these should be performed and the procedures which need to be adopted to ensure reliable sampling and analytical data are obtained.
A geothermal system requires a heat source and a fluid which transfers the heat towards the surface. The fluid could be molten rock magma or water.
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This book concentrates on the chemistry of the water, or hydrothermal, systems. Consequently, magma-energy systems are not considered. Hot-dry rock HDR systems are similarly outside the scope of this text, principally because they contain no indigenous fluid for study.
Both magma-energy and HDR systems have potential as energy sources but await technological developments before they can be exploited commercially.
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