Harsh Environment Sensors for Geothermal Applications UCBerkeley_Pisano_Geothermal_Paper_2.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. This paper reviews the limitations in current down-hole monitoring technologies for geothermal energy systems and introduces microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) sensors as a means of optimizing well performance.

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

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Index Date 2017-05-11T11:31:21-06:00
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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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