Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://repositorio.ineel.mx/jspui/handle/123456789/111
2016
4. Versión publicada
Conferencia
Titulo
Cascade use of geothermal energy in Mexico
Identificador del autor Tipo de identificacion Autor
CURPALFONSO GARCIA GUTIERREZ
CURPHECTOR MIGUEL AVIÑA JIMENEZ
CURPMIGUEL ANGEL BENITEZ TORREBLANCA
Descripcion/Resumen
Geothermal cascade systems are widely used around the globe. Once the geothermal resource is utilized in a main application, like power generation, it is led to secondary processes in which the thermal energy can still be utilized. The iiDEA Group, an applied research group part of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, is currently developing three major projects aimed at the exploitation of low-enthalpy geothermal energy: a Flash Evaporation Binary Cycle (FEBC), a Modular Geothermal Desalination Unit (MGDU), and a Geothermal Food Dehydrator (GFD). In this article, an overall discussion of the aforementioned projects is presented as a proposal for cascade use of geothermal energy in Mexico.
Area de conocimiento Campo Disciplina Subdisciplina
CIENCIAS FÍSICO MATEMÁTICAS Y CIENCIAS DE LA TIERRACIENCIAS DE LA TIERRA Y DEL ESPACIOGEOLOGÍAENERGÍA Y PROCESOS GEOTÉRMICOS
Audiencia
Público en general
Materias
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Acceso Abierto
Inglés

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