Under the agreement of November 1, 1986, between the Metropolitan
Sanitary District of Greater Chicago and the University of Minnesota, the
St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory of the University conducted
mathematical modeling of the recently completed portions of the Tunnel and
Reservoir Plan (TARP), both the Mainstream System and the Calumet System of
Greater Chicago, for the purpose of establishing optimum operating
procedures and additional structures to control hydraulic transient
problems. The scope of the work was later extended to include the
Des Plaines System and the 13A tunnel when operated independently of the
Song, Charles C. S.; Guo, Qizhong; Zheng, Yifan.
Hydraulic Transient Modeling of Tarp Systems.
St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory.
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