Application Note

Brine Flow Measurement In A Geothermal Power Plant

BHCS39082-Brine-Flow-Measurement-App-Note_R4-2

Geothermal power plants use hydrothermal resources that have both hot water (from brine) and steam which can then be used to drive turbines connected to electricity generators. Brine temperatures vary between 140 °C-200 °C for each well. With a separator in place to segregate water and steam, the latter is transported to the steam turbines while water feeds the heat exchangers.

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