A preliminary design for an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV). The completed design will not be fully autonomous, but controlled through radio signals to propel itself and maneuver in a typical sized swimming pool.
SeaWolf Engineering 2015 has been contracted to design an upgraded headworks process at the ERWWTF that can handle current flow rates.
The Alaska Railroad Corporation’s (ARRC) fueling and maintenance yard is located near the port of Anchorage, in the northwest section of the city. The yard has approximately 2000 linear feet of aging 10 inch cast iron water pipe that is need of repair or placement.
Midtown Anchorage currently has two production wells which when pumping at full capacity create a hydraulic high point in the system, resulting in blocked flow from east Anchorage sources through the MacInnes pressure relieve valve (PRV) near the A-C Street coupling.