Harsh Environment Sensors for Geothermal Applications UCBerkeley_Pisano_Geothermal_Paper_1.pdf

Technical papers detailing the development of harsh environment sensors for geothermal applications. Principle Investigator is Prof. Albert P. Pisano (University of California, Berkeley). Submission includes a paper about geothermal environmental exposure testing on encapsulant and device materials in addition to a paper pertaining to MEMS Sensors for downhole monitoring of geothermal systems. Report detailing mass change and sputter XPS chemical analysis conducted on silicon, sapphire, silicon carbide (SiC), and aluminum nitride (AlN) after up to 100 hours of exposure testing in water at its critical point.

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Citation Date 2012-01-01T00:00:00-07:00

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Index Date 2019-06-19T09:05:44-06:00
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Name Debbie G. Senesky
Position primary contact
Organization Regents of the University University of California
Email dsenesky@eecs.berkeley.edu

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