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Magma-Tap : the ultimate geothermal energy program
|Title:||Magma-Tap : the ultimate geothermal energy program|
|Authors:||Colp, John L.|
|LC Subject Headings:||Heat exchangers|
|Date Issued:||Nov 1974|
|Publisher:||Sandia National Laboratories|
|Citation:||Colp, JL. 1974. Magma-Tap : The ultimate geothermal energy program. Albuquerque (NM): Sandia Laboratories.|
|Abstract:||The objective of the Direct Magma Tap Research Program now under way at Sandia Laboratories is to investigate the feasibility of extracting energy directly from deeply buried circulating magma sources. With temperatures of the order of 1000 C temperature, these buried sources represent great amounts of high-quality energy. A fully closed heat exchanger system inserted directly into the source would allow extraction of this energy with minimal environmental impact. Major problem areas being studied include source location and configuration, in situ magma characteristics, material compatibilities, tapping methods, and energy extraction equipment.|
|Description:||"This report was presented at the Circum-Pacific Energy and Mineral Resources Conference at Honolulu, Hawaii, Auguest, 1974."|
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The Geothermal Collection|
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