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Hydraulic model and steam flow numerical simulation of the Cerro Prieto geothermal field, Mexico, pipeline network
MIGUEL CECEÑAS FALCON
ALFONSO GARCIA GUTIERREZ
Abel F Hernández-Ochoa
JUAN IGNACIO MARTINEZ-ESTRELLA
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4-Nov-2014
The development of a hydraulic model and numerical simulation results of the Cerro Prieto geothermal field (CPGF) steam pipeline network are presented. Cerro Prieto is the largest water-dominant geothermal field in the world and its transportation network has 162 producing wells, connected through a network of pipelines that feeds 13 power-generating plants with an installed capacity of 720 MWe. The network is about 125 km long and has parallel high- and low-pressure networks. Prior to this study, it was suspected that steam flow stagnated or reversed from its planned direction in some segments of the network.
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