by Steven Jin , Biren Saparia, John Norton, Bryon Wood, Ahmad Abdallah, Tara McClinton, Joe Burchi, and Laura Radtke - Great Lakes Water Authority
Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) operates one of the largest water systems in the United States and, like most other water utilities, is facing the problem of aging water infrastructure. This paper presents the development of the transient monitoring program and analytical results of the pressure transient data. These analytical results, plus the ongoing transient monitoring data, are being used in updating GLWA’s system risk assessment.
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