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Schematic diagram of the well fluid sampling apparatus for a geothermal system. Geothermal fluids are extracted from the reservoir and are split into liquid and vapor fractions at the wellhead using a separator. The vapor fraction is collected at the separator and condensed, whereas the liquid sample is collected at the weir box. Data from these samples is used in geochemical modeling to calculate the composition the original reservoir fluids. Figure 1 from Torres-Alvarado et al., 2012 (after Verma, 2012).[1]
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