Water Distribution System 26: New York Tunnels System
The New York Tunnels System represents the major water supply transmission tunnels for the City of New York in 1969. The system consists of 1 reservoir (Hill View) and 21 tunnels with two loops. The total length of tunnels is 69.2 miles and they range from 60 inches to 204 inches in diameter. The average daily demand of the system was 1305 million gallons.
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System description: https://doi.org/10.13023/kwrri.wdst.26.description
EPANET files: https://doi.org/10.13023/kwrri.wdst.26.epanet
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© 2016 Graeme Dandy
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Dandy, Graeme, "Water Distribution System 26: New York Tunnels System" (2016). Water Distribution Systems Toolkit. 24.