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Hydrogeological properties of hyper-saline geothermal brine and application of inhibiting siliceous scale via pH modification
Scaling is a major obstacle in harnessing of geothermal energy from the geothermal resources. This paper presents a case study for inhibition of metal silicate scaling using formic acid, harvesting more energy in particular ...
Application of geothermal energy and its environmental problems in Turkey
(Inderscience Enterprises, 2015-09)
Human beings have been benefiting from geothermal energy for different uses since the dawn of the civilisation in many parts of the world. One of the earliest uses of geothermal energy was for heating and it was used ...
Source of arsenic based on geological and hydrogeochemical properties of geothermal systems in Western Turkey
Turkey is an area of complex geology with active tectonics and high geothermal potential. Especially, the western part of Turkey is a region of abundant geothermal activity. Faults accommodating the deep circulation of ...