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Licensing for seawater pre-deaerator for open cycle thermal energy conversion applications

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    "A seawater deaerator with a large reservoir through which seawater slowly flows. Gas injected into the bottom of the reservoir forms bubble nuclei that move upward, expanding but not coalescing, and withdrawing dissolved gas from the seawater. The deaerated seawater flows out of the reservoir and into a flash evaporator. Gas is withdrawn from a low pressure gas chamber at the top of the reservoir by a vacuum pump, and the exhaust from the pump supplies gas to the air injectors."
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    Roberts, Jonathan
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