AbstractThe Southwest Ocean Outfall, with an overall length of 23,400 feet and a capacity of 450 million gallons per day, will be a major element of the Clean Water Program of the City and County of San Francisco, California, U.S.A. Offshore, the Outfall will cross one of the world's major active fault zones, the San Andreas. Outfall construction started in 1981 and is scheduled to be completed by early 1985. The shoreward 3,000 feet is being built from a pile-supported trestle; offshore, the Outfall conduit sections will be placed using a barge designed and built specifically for the project. Oceanographic, coastal, geotechnical, and seismic conditions pertinent to design are presented along with discussions of specific Outfall design and construction features.
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