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Title: Characterization of Sb scaling and fluids in saline geothermal power plants: A case study for Germencik Region (Büyük Menderes Graben, Turkey)
Authors: Tonkul, Serhat
Baba, Alper
Demir, Mustafa M.
Regenspurg, Simona
Keywords: Binary cycle plants
Germencik (Aydın)
Büyük Menderes Graben
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Pergamon-Elsevier Science Ltd
Abstract: Turkey is located on the seismically active Alpine-Himalayan belt. Although tectonic activity causes seismicity in the Anatolian plate, it also constitutes an important geothermal energy resource. Today, geothermal energy production is heavily concentrated in Turkey's Western Anatolia region. Graben systems in this region are very suitable for geothermal resources. The Buyuk Menderes Graben (BMG) is an area of complex geology with active tectonics and high geothermal potential power. Germencik (Aydin) is located in the BMG, where the geothermal waters include mainly Na-Cl-HCO3 water types. This study examined the stibnite scaling formed in the preheater system of the Germencik Geothermal Field (GGF). The formation of the stibnite scaling on the preheater system dramatically reduces the energy harvesting of the GGF. Considering the stibnite scaling in the surface equipment, the optimum reinjection temperature was determined as 95 degrees C to prevent stibnite scaling in the GGF.
ISSN: 0375-6505
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Materials Science and Engineering / Malzeme Bilimi ve Mühendisliği
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