Geothermal Training and Research Institute Peer Review

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Recent Submissions

  • Nyairo, Beatrice; Onyancha, Douglas (Shodhshauryam, International Scientific Refereed Research Journal, 2018-12-03)
    The Hydrogen sulfide gas released from the geothermal operations has a potential impact on the health of the workers and the community living within the vicinity and also the geothermal equipment. Similarly, this gas is ...
  • Namaswa, Solomon Wangila; Mariita, Nicholas Obuya; Onyancha, Douglas; Kananu, Judith (International Journal of Scientific Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, 2018-04-05)
    Geothermal energy has played a major role in energy supply in Kenya and even overtaking other forces of energy. However, utilization of subsurface fluids need comprehensive examination and the results communicated to the ...
  • Cheruiyot, Bonface K.; Byiringiro, Jean Bosco; Muchiri, Peter Ng’ang’a (IOSR Journal of Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IOSR-JMCE), 2017-12-07)
    With generator load as the key factor, this paper focuses on both maintenance and running equipment parameters and their effect on the load. The parameters of interest in this studywere turbine inlet pressure, steam flow ...
  • Zamankhan, Piroz (Mathematical Problems in Engineering, 2015)
    The air-water mixture from an artificially aerated spillway flowing down to a canyon may cause serious erosion and damage to both the spillway surface and the environment. The location of an aerator, its geometry, and the ...
  • Macharia, Mary Wandia; Gachari, Moses Karoki; Kuria, David Ndegwa; Mariita, Nicholas Obuya (Journal of Geography and Regional Planning, 2017-09-01)
    Geothermal power is one of the safest and environment friendly energy worldwide. It has been harvested in Kenya since 1956 with most potential sites being along the Rift Valley. There are surface manifestations such as ...