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A Simple, Inexpensive Downhole Geothermal Fluid Sampler

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Title: A Simple, Inexpensive Downhole Geothermal Fluid Sampler
Authors: Thomas, Donald M.
Keywords: sampling
well fluids
Issue Date: 1979
Publisher: Geothermal Resources Council
Citation: Thomas DM. 1979. A simple, inexpensive downhole geothermal fluid sampler. Geothermal Resources Council Transactions. 3: 725-726.
Series/Report no.: Hawaii Institute of Geophysics Contribution No. 989
Abstract: Several commercially available downhole water samplers have been used in a high temperature geothermal well in Hawaii; none have been able to withstand the temperature-pressure conditions found at the bottom of the hole (358°C, 150 kg/cm2). A sampler has been designed which is able to provide reliable samples and which is inexpensive to fabricate and easy to service in the field.
Pages/Duration: 2 p.
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The Geothermal Collection

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