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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-01-169
Date: October 2005

Rehabilitation of Jointed Portland Cement Concrete Pavements: SPS-6, Initial Evaluation and Analysis

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  7. LTPP Directive FWD-01: File Naming Convention for Deflection Testing at Seasonal Monitoring Sites, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, VA, January 1993.
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  19. Kalevela, S.A.; E.M.S. Kombe; and L.A. Scofield, Correlation Study of the California Profilograph and the K.J. Law Profilometer. Transportation Research Board 73rd Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, January 1994.
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