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    • 20th Anniversary of Geo-Heat Center

    • 20th Anniversary; Geo-Heat Center; Projects; Geothermal Energy; Klamath Falls, Oregon
    • The beginning of the Geo-Heat Center (GHC) can be traced to an international conference held on geothermal energy at the Oregon Institute of Technology (OIT) campus during October of 1974. The meeting was organized to review nonelectric,...
    • Absorption Chiller For The Chena Hot Springs Aurora Ice Museum

    • Absorption Chiller; Aurora Ice Museum; Chena Hot Springs; Economics; Geothermal Energy; Alaska; Cooling
    • Absorption chilling uses a refrigeration cycle that requires little or no electric input, because it does not employ a mechanical compressor. Instead, the refrigeration effect is produced through heating and cooling a circulating absorbent...
    • The Absorption Power Generator

    • Absorption; Electricity; Low Temperature; Binary Systems
    • The absorption power generator is an apparatus for generating power from low temperature heat. It is a recent invention, protected by U.S. Pat #4,662,820. It has possible application in the fields of geothermal power generation, waste heat...
    • Absorption Refrigeration

    • Absorption Refrigeration; Lithium Bromide; Ammonia; Geothermal Energy; Cooling Performance; Large Tonnage; Small Tonnage; Costs
    • The absorption cycle is a process by which refrigeration effect is produced through the use of two fluids and some quantity of heat input, rather than electrical input as in the more familiar vapor compression cycle. Both vapor compression and...
    • Alfalfa Drying with Geothermal Energy

    • Agribusiness; Industrial Use; OIT; Klamath Basin; Western Snake River Plain; Geothermal Energy; Alfalfa; Drying; Economics
    • Oregon Institute of Technology; Department of Geology and Mineral Industries; and Department of Economic development recently completed an investigation of using geothermal energy for Agribusiness applications in Klamath and Western Snake River...
    • State of the Art Waste Heat Utilization for Agriculture and Aquaculture

    • AGRICULTURE; AQUACULTURE; WASTE HEAT UTILIZATION; GREENHOUSES; LIVESTOCK WASTE; SOIL WARMING; FROST PROTECTION; IRRIGATION; CROP DRYING; FOOD PROCESSING; CASE STUDIES; CASE HISTORIES; OYSTERS; MUSSELS; CLAMS; SCALLOPS; ABALONE; LOBSTERS; PENAEID...
    • A state-of-the-art assessment of research, demonstration, and commercial projects that involve the use of power plant condenser cooling water for agricultural and aquacultural purposes was conducted. Information was obtained from published...
    • Use of Geothermal Energy for Food Processing: Indian Status

    • Agriculture; India; Food Processing; Processing; Geothermal Energy; Fruit; Dehydration
    • One of India's proudest accomplishments has been achieving self-sufficiency in food production and that the country produces a wide variety of agricultural products at prices that are at or below world values in most cases-states of the office of...
    • New Energy Plaza Vol. 14 No. 1

    • AIRTIGHT HOMES; SOLAR POWER; TURBINE; UFO IN MOAB
    • This document covers various aspects of implementing clean and environmental-friendly policies in different contexts such as retail, residential, and commercial settings
    • Geothermal Energy in Alaska

    • Alaska; Geophysical; Feasibility; Space Heating; Greenhouses; Spas; Electricity; PGRA; Pilgrim Hot Springs; Manley Hot Springs
    • Alaska may well have one of the nation's most extensive geothermal resources. Eleven million acres in the state have been designated Potential Geothermal Resource Areas (PGRA). Concentrated mainly on the Aleutian Chain, the southeastern "panhandle"...
    • Current Research Profile for Alaska

    • ALASKA; GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYS; GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS; CASE STUDIES; GEOLOGY; ATMOSPHERE; MINERALS; SEISMOLOGY; GLACIOLOGY; SNOW; PERMAFROST; HYDROLOGY; OCEANOGRAPHY; BIOLOGY; AGRICULTURE; ARCHAELOGY; ECONOMICS; ARCTIC; NORTHWEST; YUKON-03INE; SOUTHWEST;...
    • This is the fifth edition of the Current Research Profile for Alaska, which lists research in the physical, biological, and related social science's conducted during 1977. Research abstracts were obtained by contacting principal investigators and...
    • Energy Efficient Hospitals

    • Albany, Oregon; Space Conditioning; Geothermal Energy; Hospitals; Ground Water; Heat Pumps; HVAC
    • Albany General hospital is an acute care general hospital of 106 beds that serves a population of about 50,000 in the Willamette Valley of Oregon. The first half of the four-story hospital was completed in 1966. Work on the second-phase addition...
    • Proceedings: The Governor's Energy Conference "Hawaii's Energy Options for the 80s"

    • ALTERNATIVE ENERGY; CONSERVATION; PETROLEUM RESERVE; FUEL CELLS; GAS FUELS; FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS; ENERGY CONFERENCE; CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES; PRIVATE SECTOR; PUBLIC SECTOR; ENERGY DEVELOPMENT; ELECTRIC VEHICLE; WIND POWER; WIND ENERGY; BIOMASS;...
    • The Governor's Energy Conference, "Hawaii's Energy Options for the 80s," sponsored by the Department of Planning and Economic Development, was held August 15 through 18, 1982, in Honolulu. The purpose of the Conference was to share with the people...
    • Alturas - The Development of a Blind Resource

    • Alturas, California; Exploration; Resource Development; Geothermal Energy; Space Heating
    • Alturas is a small city in northeastern California--population about 3,500 and is the county seat of Modoc County. Until drilling of the first geothermal well in Alturas, there was no known resource--although there were known resources in Surprise...

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