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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-05-150
Date: February 2006

Review of The Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) Backcalculation Results

References

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  • Von Quintus, H.L., and A.L. Simpson, Backcalculation of Layer Parameters for LTPP Test Sections?Volume II: Layered Elastic Analysis for Flexible and Rigid Pavements, FHWA-RD-01-113, Washington, DC, Federal Highway Administration, October 2002.

  • National Cooperative Highway Research Program, LTPP Data Analysis: Feasibility of Using FWD Deflection Data to Characterize Pavement Construction Quality, Project 20-50(09): NCHRP Web Document #52, Washington, DC, National Cooperative Highway Research Program, November 2002.

  • Federal Highway Administration, Study of LTPP Pavement Deflections, Project DTFH61-01-P-00144, unpublished final report submitted to FHWA in September 2001.

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  • American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, AASHTO Guide for Design of Pavement Structures, Washington, DC: AASHTO, 1993.

  • Dorman, G.M., and C.T. Metcalf, “Design Curves for Flexible Pavements Based on Layered System Theory,” Highway Research Record No. 1188, Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 1965, pp. 69–84.

  • National Cooperative Highway Research Program, LTPP Data Analysis: Variations in Pavement Design Inputs, NCHRP Web Document #48, Washington, DC, National Cooperative Highway Research Program, July 2002.

  • Moore, D.S., and McCabe, G.P., Introduction to the Practice of Statistics, 5th Edition, W.H. Freeman, New York, 2005.

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