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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-08-006
by Roger H. L. Chen, Jeong-Hoon Choi, Hota V. GangaRao, and Peter A. Kopac
Field studies show that glass fiber-reinforced polymer offers a low life-cycle cost option for reinforcement in concrete pavements.
by Ellen Bell, Michael Dinning, Michael Kay, Gary Ritter, John C. Smith, and Sian Steward
RITA is promoting technology solutions for improving transportation safety and reducing congestion.
by Jim Williams
In a research project on new hybrid structural construction, Texas explored the viability of custom fiber-reinforced polymer beams.
by Alberto Miron, Richard B. Rogers, and Peter A. Kopac
The advanced quality system offers promise for improving pavement quality while helping agencies finish paving projects on time and within budget.
by Kornel Kerenyi, Tanju Sofu, and Junke Guo
FHWA and the Argonne National Laboratory are using multidimensional programs to study hydrodynamic forces on flooded bridge decks.
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