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Utilizing Geothermal

Geo-Heat Center Quarterly Bulletin

Vol. 27, No. 4


Entire Bulletin
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Table of Contents
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From Creamery to Brewery with Geothermal Energy: Klamath Basin Brewing Company
Andrew Chiasson
261 KB
Bonneville Hot Springs Resort
R. Gordon Bloomquist
236 KB
Ouray Hot Springs Motels, Lodges and Spas
R. Gordon Bloomquist
278 KB
The Veterans Administration Hospital District Heating System
R. Gordon Bloomquist
195 KB
Micro-Geothermal Devices for Low-Energy Air Conditioning in Desert Climates
John Abraham and Camille George
177 KB
Geothermal Projects Proposed for the Oregon Institute of Technology Campus
John W. Lund
261 KB

Top Left: Logo of the Klamath Basin Brewing Co. (used with permission).
Top Right Microbrew Label from Klamath Basin Brewing Co. (used with permission)
Bottom: Typical geothermal direct-use equipment using a heat exchanger to isolate potentially corrosive or scaling geothermal fluid from the space heating equipment by using "clean fluid in the second loop.

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