01 New York Tunnel
The New York Tunnel system is based on the real-world transmission system in New York City and was created by Schaake & Lai in 1969 as part of a study to optimize the duplication of the existing system to meet demand increases. The system has a total demand of 1305 MGD, one reservoir and 21 tunnels with a total length of 69.2 miles. It is classified as distribution dense-grid by Hwang & Lansey (2017) and gridded by Hoagland et al. (2015).
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© 2016 Graeme Dandy
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Dandy, Graeme, "01 New York Tunnel" (2016). Historic Literature Systems. 1.