Pressure Sensor and Telemetry Methods for Measurement while Drilling in Geothermal Wells

Abstract
Project status report as of end of 2011. Key milestones and accomplishments in the year 2011 include:
Proof of feasibility of analog and digital components with their lifetime tested for more than 500 hours at 300 degrees C,
Demonstration of ceramic-based packaging capable of surviving 300 degrees C,
Demonstration of a temperature sensor system,
Completion of the design of a pressure sensor system, and
Demonstration of a prototype of the digital telemetry system.
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DOE Project Name: Recovery Act: Pressure Sensor and Telemetry Methods for Measurement while Drilling in Geothermal Wells
DOE Project Number: EE0002755
DOE Project Lead: William Vandermeer
Last Updated: over a year ago
Jan
2012
Data from January, 2012
Submitted Mar 21, 2012

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Alexey Vert
GE Global Research

Keywords

geothermal, sic, electronics, high temperature, measurement while drilling, mud pulsing, pressure sensor, telemetry, temperature sensor, pressure measurement, technical report, year end report, integrated circuitry, egs

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