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Publication Number: FHWA-04-044
Date: February 2004

Incremental Costs and Performance Benefits of Various Features of Concrete Pavements

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REFERENCES

  1. Darter, M. I. 1977. Design of Zero-Maintenance Plain Jointed Concrete Pavement, Volume I-Development of Design Procedure. FHWA-RD-77-111. Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC.

  2. Smith, K. D., D. G. Peshkin, M. I. Darter, A. L. Mueller, and S. H. Carpenter. 1990. Performance of Jointed Concrete Pavements, Volume I-Evaluation of Concrete Pavement Performance and Design Features. FHWA-RD-89-136. Federal Highway Administration, McLean, VA.

  3. Smith, K. D., M. J. Wade, D. G. Peshkin, L. Khazanovich, H. T. Yu, and M. I. Darter. 1998. Performance of Concrete Pavements, Volume II-Evaluation of Inservice Concrete Pavements. FHWA-RD-95-110. Federal Highway Administration, McLean, VA.

  4. Khazanovich, L., M. I. Darter, R. Bartlett, and T. McPeak. 1998. Common Characteristics of Good and Poorly Performing PCC Pavements. FHWA-RD-97-131. Federal Highway Administration, McLean, VA.

  5. Smith, K. D. and K. T. Hall. 2001. Concrete Pavement Design Details and Construction Practices. Reference Manual for NHI Course 131060. National Highway Institute, Arlington, VA.

  6. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). 1993. AASHTO Guide for Design of Pavement Structures. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Washington, DC.

  7. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). 1998. Supplement to the AASHTO Guide for Design of Pavement Structures, Part II-Rigid Pavement Design and Rigid Pavement Joint Design. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Washington, DC.

  8. Smith, K. D., A. L. Mueller, M. I. Darter, and D. G. Peshkin. 1990. Performance of Jointed Concrete Pavements, Volume II-Evaluation and Modification of Concrete Pavement Design and Analysis Models. FHWA-RD-89-137. Federal Highway Administration, McLean, VA.

  9. Yu, H. T., K. D. Smith, M. I. Darter, J. Jiang, and L. Khazanovich. 1998. Performance of Concrete Pavements, Volume III-Improving Concrete Pavement Performance. FHWA-RD-95-111. Federal Highway Administration, McLean, VA.

  10. Walls, J. and M. R. Smith. 1998. Life-Cycle Cost Analysis in Pavement Design-Interim Technical Bulletin. FHWA-SA-98-079. Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC.

 

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