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Task 1: The diagram below shows how geothermal energy is used to produce electricity.

The diagram illustrates a wide range of steps in which electricity is manufactured using geothermal energy.

Overall, there are five different stages in the generation of electricity production from cold water, commencing with the pumping down of cold water and ending with the production of electricity by a generator.

In the first stage of the process, cold water travels down a 4.5km long pipe into an injection well. After that, the water goes through the geothermal zone, which contains a variety of hot rocks used to increase the temperature of the water.

At the next step, the hot water is transferred into the production well where it is pumped up to a condenser to prepare for the next step. In the condenser, the water transforms into steam and is used to power a turbine, which activities the generator to produce electricity. The resulting electricity is distributed for distinct purposes via various electricity grids.

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The diagram illustrates a wide range of the five main steps in which electricity is produced / generated manufactured using geothermal energy.

Overall, there are five different stages in the generation of electricity from a geothermal source, production from cold water, commencing with the pumping down of cold water and ending with the production of electricity by a generator.

Sample paragraph #2.

The source of geothermal energy is very hot rocks deep underground in the earth. Two wells drilled to this reservoir provide the pathway for water to be circulated around the rocks and returned to the surface. The heated water becomes the steam that powers electric generators.

In the first stage of the process, cold water travels is forced down a 4.5km long pipe into an injection well. (Incorrect. that pipe is the injection well.) After that, the water goes through the geothermal zone, which contains a variety of hot rocks used to which increase the temperature of the water.

At the next step, the hot water is transferred into enters the production well where it is pumped up to a condenser to prepare for the next step. In the condenser, the water is transformed transforms into steam that and is used to power a turbine, which activities turns / rotates / powers the generator to produce electricity. The resulting electricity is distributed for distinct purposes via various through electricity grids to consumers.

Sample essay

The schematic diagram illustrates how a geothermal power plant produces electricity.

The source of geothermal energy is very hot rocks deep underground in the earth, in a layer called a geothermal zone. Two types of wells drilled into this reservoir provide a pathway for water to be circulated through the rocks and returned to the surface. The heated water becomes the steam that powers electric generators.

In detail, there are five major steps in the process. It begins with a source of water at the surface, which is forcibly pumped down an injection well. The geothermal zone can be as much as 4.5 kilometers below the surface, and the well reaches to this level. When the water gets to this zone, it is heated up (stage 2) as it flows around the rocks to one of the production wells. In step 3, the hot water is sucked up a production well, where, in step 4, it enters a condenser. The condenser coverts the water to steam, and, in the final step, the steam rotates a turbine connected to a generator. The electricity produced by the generator is fed into the electrical grid to consumers.

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