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MSc reports 2012
UNU Fellow reports 2012

Teklesenbet, A., 2012: Multidimensional inversion of MT data from Alid geothermal area, Eritrea; comparison with geological structures and identification of a geothermal reservoi. Report 1, 92 pp.

Rutagarama, U., 2012: The role of well testing in geothermal resource assessment. Report 2, 71 pp.

Malimo, S. J., 2012: Aquifer fluid modeling and assessment of mineral-gas-liquid equilibria in the Namafjall geothermal system, NE-Iceland. Report 3, 57 pp.

Estévez, J. R., 2012: Geothermal power plant projects in Central America : technical and financial feasibility assessment model. Report 4, 76 pp.

Huang, J., 2012: Assessment and management of sedimentary geothermal resources. Report 5, 51 pp.

Ahangar, F.A., 2012:  Feasibility study of developing a binary power plant in the low-temperature geothermal field in Puga, Jammu and Kashmir, India. Report 6, 1-24.

Buscato, N.M., 2012:  Quantifying feed zone contribution from pressure-temperature-spinner data and pressure transient analysis using WellTester. Report 7. 25-54.

Cideos Nunez, O.F., 2012:  Power production using low-temperature heat sources in El Salvador. Report 8, 55-80.

Fu Changhong, 2012:  Reservoir parameter estimates and water level predictions for the Laugarnes low-temperature system, SW-Iceland, by simple analytical and lumped parameter models. Report 9, 81-98.

Geremew, H., 2012:  A study of thermodynamic modelling and gas extraction system design for Aluto Langano geothermal power plant II in Ethiopia. Report 10, 99-136.

Gichira, J.M., 2012:  Joint 1D inversion of MT and TEM data from Menengai geothermal field, Kenya. Report 11, 137-167.

Hernandez Murga, C.B., 2012:  Aquifer fluid compositions at the Berlín geothermal field, El Salvador in 2012. Report 12, 169-202.

Isimbi, S.M.P., 2012:  Occurrence and significance of hydrothermal alteration in active geothermal systems: A case study of well HN-7, Hellisheidi geothermal field, SW-Iceland and surface exploration at Karisimbi geothermal system, NW-Rwanda. Report 13, 203-234.

Kahwa, E., 2012:  Geophysical exploration of high-temperature geothermal areas using resistivity methods - Case study: Theistareykir area, NE-Iceland. Report 14, 235-263.

Kajugus, S.I., 2012:  Updated reservoir analysis of the Theistareykir high-temperature geothermal field, N-Iceland. Report 15, 265-292.

Karewa, N.O., 2012:  Reporting and efficiency analysis in geothermal well drilling. Report 16, 293-328.

Kelly, J.A., 2012:  Power system operation and control design for combined geothermal and wind diesel power generation on Nevis, West Indies. Report 17, 329-369.

Khaireh A., A., 2012:  Cooling system design for a binary power plant in North-Goubhet field, Djibouti. Report 18, 371-395.

Lahan, M.M., 2012:  Geological and geothermal mapping in the Trölladyngja field, SW-Iceland. Report 19, 397-418.

Morales Alcalá, L., 2012:  Acid stimulation of geothermal wells in Mexico, El Salvador and the Philippines. Report 20, 419-436.

Mibei, G.K., 2012:  Geology and hydrothermal alteration of Menengai geothermal field – Case study: wells MW-04 and MW-05. Report 21, 437-465.

Mondejar, G.C., 2012:  Hydrological flow and thermal interference modelling in the Mahanagdong geothermal field, Philippines, using four types of naphthalene disulfonate tracer. Report 22, 467-500.

Musonye, X.S., 2012:  Borehole geology and alteration mineralogy of well OW-914A, Domes area, Olkaria geothermal field, Central Kenya Rift. Report 23, 501-540.

Mwangi, D.W., 2012:  Borehole geology and hydrothermal mineralisation of well OW–916, Olkaria Domes geothermal field, Naivasha, Kenya. Report 24, 541-571.

Njathi, D.W., 2012:  Borehole geology and hydrothermal mineralisation of well OW-911A, Olkaria Domes geothermal field, Central Kenya Rift Valley. Report 25, 573-600.

Onyango, S.O., 2012:  Preliminary design of the Menengai phase I steam gathering system. Report 26, 601-641.

Ouko, E.A., 2012:  Implementing ISO 14001:2004 in the Menengai geothermal project – a benchmark for geothermal projects in Kenya, with examples from Iceland. Report 27, 643-676.

Porras Cruz, I.A., 2012:  Chemical evolution of the Momotombo reservoir and silica and calcite scaling potential of the fluid. Report 28, 677-694.

Ronoh, I.J., 2012:  Borehole geology and hydrothermal alteration of well OW-912B, Olkaria geothermal field, Kenya. Report 29, 695-732.

Sakindi, G., 2012:  Analysing the subsurface resistivity structure on two profiles across the Námafjall high-temperature geothermal field, NE-Iceland, through 1D joint inversion of TEM and MT data. Report 30, 733-768.

Sekento, L.R., 2012:  Geochemical and isotopic study of the Menengai geothermal field, Kenya. Report 31, 769-792.

Suriyaarachchi, N.B., 2012:  Joint 1D inversion of MT and TEM resistivity data from the Theistareykir high-temperature geothermal area, NE-Iceland and comparison with alteration and temperature logs from boreholes. Report 32, 793-822.

Trawen, B., 2012:  Comparative studies of EIA review for Papua New Guinean and Icelandic projects with a focus on geothermal utilisation. Report 33, 823-860.

Tsokonombwe, G.W., 2012:  Geological and structural mapping of the Midfell-Flúdir low-temperature geothermal field, S-Iceland. Report 34, 861-879.

Uddin, M.Z., 2012:  1D joint inversion of TEM and MT resistivity data, with an application of soundings from the Námafjall high-temperature geothermal area, NE-Iceland. Report 35, 881-914.

Wedaj Habtemariam, B., 2012:  Main technical issues regarding problems when drilling geothermal wells. Report 36, 915-952.

Worku, S., 2012:  Borehole geology and hydrothermal mineral alteration of well HN-3, Hellisheidi geothermal field, SW-Iceland. Report 37, 953-986.

Wu Xianghui, 2012:  Reservoir assessment of the Ósabotnar low-temperature geothermal field, SW Iceland. Report 38, 987-1008.



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