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    • Future Developments in Waste Heat Utilization

    • GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; GEOTHERMAL FLUIDS; POWER PLANT DESIGN; POWER PLANT MAINTENANCE; REINJECTION; AGRICULTURE; CATFISH; GREENHOUSES
    • On December 16-17, 1974 a workshop on "Future Developments in Waste Heat Utilization" was held at Portland, Oregon under the direction of Oregon State University and sponsored by the Energy-Related General Research Office, Research Directorate,...
    • Geothermal Progress Monitor Report No. 11, December 1989

    • GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS; TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT; COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS; CONSTRUCTION; DRILLING; ECONOMIC ANALYSIS; FORECASTING; GEOTHERMAL DISTRICT HEATING; GEOTHERMAL INDUSTRY; GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANTS; GEOTHERMAL RESOURCES; GLOBAL...
    • This issue of the Geothermal Progress Monitor (GPM) is the 11th since the inception of the publication in 1980. It continues to synthesize information on all aspects of geothermal development in this country and abroad to permit identification and...
    • Thermal Waters of Utah

    • AQUIFERS; SPACE HEATING; GREENHOUSES; GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; VOLCANIC ROCKS; SALINE; AGRICULTURE; HOT WATER; WARM WATER; LIMESTONE; HOT SPRINGS; USGS (U. S. Geological Survey);THERMAL; SILICA; UTAH; CEDAR VALLEY; NORTHERN JUAB VALLEY; PARK VALLEY;...
    • Some of the areas of hot water, such as Hoosevelt, Pavant-Black Rock, and Cove Fort-Sulphurdale, probably have a potential to produce electricity. But the many areas of warm and hot water whose temperatures are too low to produce electricity may...
    • Utah Geothermal Commercialization Project, Final Report April 1979 - March 1985

    • PROGRAM; DOE (Department of Energy); LEGISLATION; SITES; HOT SPRINGS; SPRINGS; POTENTIAL; ROOSEVELT; PERMITTING; PROCESS; LAKE; CAPACITY; GREENHOUSES; OFFICE; EG&G IDAHO; ESTIMATES; STUDIES; ROSES; GEOLOGICAL; HEAT PUMPS; TEMPERATURES; SITE...
    • This report summarizes the results of these tasks and references the specific reports in which they can be found. The benefits of the project to the state are discussed, including the passage of state legislation dealing with the regulation of...
    • Conceptual Study for Total Utilization of an Intermediate Temperature Geothermal Resource

    • GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; DUAL-PURPOSE POWER PLANTS; GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; USES; GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANTS; AGRICULTURE; BINARY-FLUID SYSTEMS; ELECTRIC POWER; FLASHED STEAM SYSTEMS; GEOTHERMAL REFRIGERATION; GREENHOUSES; POWER GENERATION; PROCESS HEAT;...
    • A multi-use, integrated project plan has been developed for the combined electrical and direct utilization of an intermediate temperature geothermal resource. This concept addresses an integrated project plan with industrial participation, which...
    • Geothermal Energy Utilization in Japan

    • GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; GEOTHERMAL FIELDS; JAPAN; CASE HISTORIES; CASE STUDIES; GEOLOGICAL SURVEYS; GEOPHYSICAL SURVEYS; MATSUKAWA GEOTHERMAL PLANT; OTAKE GEOTHERMAL PLANT; THERMAL WATER; HOT SPRINGS; GREENHOUSE HORTICULTURE
    • There are many volcanoes, geothermal fields, and hot springs in Japan, all of which have had an intense influence upon the constitution of the Japanese people and the formation of Japanese culture. The Japanese have utilized geothermal energy since...
    • 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...
    • Market Feasibility Assessment of Four Development Projects

    • ROSES; COSTS; WATER; PRODUCTION; PRAWNS; TEMPERATURE; GREENHOUSES; AIR; HYDROPONICS; ESTIMATES; POTENTIAL;-03KETING; SHRIMP; STOCK; CUT FLOWERS; SCALE; PROGRAM; ICE; MANAGEMENT; BTU (British Thermal Unit); AGE; ENVIRONMENT; MATERIALS; POND; RISK;...
    • This report is the result of work by the Center for Business and Economic Research (CBER), California State University, Chico, under contract with Fort Bidwell Indian Community Council (FBICC) to assess the economic feasibility of four projects...
    • "Gone Fishing" Aquaculture Project Klamath Falls, Oregon

    • Geothermal energy; low temperature; direct use; Klamath Falls, OR; Oregon; ponds; tropical fish; cichlids; Lake Malawi; case study
    • The “Gone Fishing” aquaculture project is located about 10 miles south of Klamath Falls, Oregon, near Merrill in the Lower Klamath Valley adjacent to the Klamath Hills. The original ponds were construct in 1984 and had limited use. The present...
    • Geothermal Direct-Use Case Studies

    • Geothermal energy; low temperature; direct use; Susanville, CA; California; district heating; Ouray, CO; Colorado; pool; Klamath Falls, OR; Oregon; aquaculture; Fairmont, MT; Montana; Philip, SD; South Dakota; greenhouse; Newcastle, UT; Utah; Warm...
    • The California Correctional Center is located in Honey Lake Valley of northeastern California, about seven miles east of Susanville in Lassen County. The facility, operated by the state of California, was converted to geothermal heating in...
    • Oregon Institute of Technology Geothermal Uses and Projects: Past, Present and Future

    • Geothermal energy; low temperature; greenhouse; aquiculture; power generation; deep well; OIT; Oregon Institute of Technology; Klamath Falls, OR; Oregon; case history; district heating; heat exchanger; Klamath Falls; Oregon
    • Oregon Institute of Technology moved their campus to the present location in the early 1960s to take advantage of the geothermal hot water that could be used for heating the buildings. Three wells between 1200 and 1800 feet (365 and 550 m) deep...

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