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HIPERPAV Software - Technical Memorandums

Overview

The HIPERPAV Technical Memorandums (listed below) are a compendium of expanded technical memorandums which chronicle the communication between the HIPERPAV Team and the HIPERPAV Validation Team during the validation process. These memorandums serve to document the HIPERPAV Calibration and Validation project in technical detail from start to finish.

If you are interested in obtaining copies the technical memorandums, please contact Fred Faridazar (fred.faridazar@fhwa.dot.gov).

HIPERPAV Technical Memorandums

  • TM01: Description of HIPERPAV Calibration and Verification Study
  • TM02: General Description of HIPERPAV Data Collection Program and Instrumentation Layout
  • TM04: Field Instrumentation Details and Data Collected - Nebraska Construction Site
  • TM05: Field Instrumentation Details and Data Collected - Arizona Construction Site
  • TM06: Priority Assessment for Calibration/Validation of the Models
  • TM07: Adiabatic Heat of Hydration Test Procedure
  • TM08: Field Instrumentation Details and Data Collected - Texas Construction Site
  • TM09: Field Instrumentation Details and Data Collected - North Carolina Construction Site
  • TM10: Calibration of HIPERPAV Drying Shrinkage Model for NE, AZ, MN, NC, and TX
  • TM11: Adiabatic Calorimeter Results
  • TM12: Slab Curling Prediction Model
  • TM13: Determination of PCC Final Set Time for Calibration of the HIPERPAV Model
  • TM14: Development of a Creep Adjusted Modulus of Elasticity for HIPERPAV
  • TM15: Calibration of the Temperature, Strength, and Modulus of Elasticity Models
  • TM17: Calibration of the HIPERPAV Models for Prediction of Curling, Static Modulus of Elasticity, and Creep Adjusted Model of Elasticity
  • TM18: Validation of the HIPERPAV Models for Prediction of Curling, Static Modulus of Elasticity, and Creep Adjusted Model of Elasticity
  • TM19: Analysis Approach for the Final HIPERPAV Validation
  • TM20: Calibration of Joint Opening Model for JCP Using Demec Readings from TX, MN, NW, NC, and AZ
  • TM21: Calibration of Pavement Stress Model for JCP Using Demec Readings from Arizona
  • TM22: Analysis of Strain Gage Measurements in TX, MN, NE, NC, and AZ Instrumented Slabs
  • TM24: Field Instrumentation Details and Data Collected - California Construction Site
  • TM25: Calibration Results of the Strength and Modulus of Elasticity Models
  • TM26: Verification of the Initial Elastic Modulus and Curling Stresses Predicted by the Total HIPERPAV Package
  • TM27: Determination of Cracking Stresses in TX, AZ, NC, NE, and MN Pavements for the Calibration of HIPERPAV
  • TM28: Results of the Calibration and Validation of the Temperature Model
  • TM29: Calibration of the HIPERPAV Model - Comparison of PCC Strength for Critical Stresses
  • TM30-A: Sensitivity and Behavior Analysis of HIPERPAV for Group 1, 2, and 3 Input Parameters
  • TM30-B: Sensitivity and Behavior Analysis of HIPERPAV for Group 4 and 5 Input Parameters
  • TM30-C: Sensitivity and Behavior Analysis of HIPERPAV for Group 6 and 7 Input Parameters
 
Updated: 12/01/2011
 

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