Zion Station on Lake Michigan was designed and is being built by
Sargent and Lundy of Chicago for the Commonwealth Edison Company. The
intake roof structure as originally designed and constructed was damaged.
As a result the Harza Engineering Company, also of Chicago, which acted
as consultant on the hydraulic design of the structure, commissioned the St.
Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory to conduct a model study of the redesigned
roof structure. This report describes the study and its results.
Model Study of the Redesigned Intake Structure for Zion Station.
St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory.
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