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The two existing SCVWD pipelines to have sections relocated were the 66-inch Central Pipeline, constructed in 1964-65, and the 42inch Milpitas Pipeline constructed in 1992.
SCVWD's records for the 42-inch Milpitas Pipeline clearly indicated it was constructed with cement mortar lined and tape coated steel pipe.
SCVWD required that the new relocated pipe be steel pipe and not PCCP or CCP.
SCVWD had their own unique thrust restraint design procedure that is based on a paper written in 1963 by James M.
There are a few inherent flaws in the Gere paper that SCVWD has addressed in their own internal design manual, portions of which were shared with the design team.
Initial designs required installation of 45 degree elbows, but both SCVWD and the designers agreed that a smaller angle would lessen the thrust forces.
* Method 2, Gere as modified by the SCVWD Design Manual; and
As signatories to the California Urban Water Conservation Council's Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), the SCVWD and the city of Santa Rosa are implementing a number of best management practices (BMPs) for urban water conservation.