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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-06-066
Date: March 2006

Long-Term Pavement Performance Inventory Data Collection Guide

Inventory Data Sheets

SHEET 1

INVENTORY DATA

LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE CODE
*SHRP ID

*DATE COMPLETE
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __ / __ __ / __ __ __ ]

*1. DATE OF DATA COLLECTION OR UPDATE (mm/yr) [_ __/__ __ __ __]
*2. STATE HIGHWAY AGENCY (SHA) DISTRICT NUMBER [__ __.]
*3. COUNTY OR PARISH (See FIPS Publication 6) [__ __ __ __.]
*4. FUNCTIONAL CLASS (See Table A.2, Appendix A) [__ __.]
*5. ROUTE SIGNING (Numeric Code) [__.]
  Interstate 1 State 3
  U.S. 2 Other 4
*6. ROUTE NUMBER [__ __ __ __.]
*7. TYPE OF PAVEMENT (See Table A.4, Appendix A) [__ __.]
*8. NUMBER OF THROUGH LANES (One Direction) [__.]
*9. DIRECTION OF TRAVEL [__.]
  East Bound............................ 1 North Bound .................... 3
  West Bound.......................... 2 South Bound .................... 4
*10. MILEPOINT [__ __ __. __ __]
*11. ELEVATION [__ __ __ __ __]
*12. LATITUDE [__ __o__ __' __ __. __ __"]
*13. LONGITUDE [__ __ __o__ __' __ __. __ __"]
*14. ADDITIONAL LOCATION INFORMATION (Significant Landmarks): [__ __ __ __ __ __
  __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
  __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __]
*15. HPMS SAMPLE NUMBER (HPMS Item 28)  
    __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
*16. HPMS SECTION SUBDIVISION (HPMS Item 29) __.


SHEET 1A

INVENTORY DATA

LTTP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

  GLOBAL POSITIONING MEASUREMENTS  
1. GPS INSTRUMENT TYPE AND MODEL NAME  
2. MEASUREMENT DATE (dd/mm/yyyy) __ __/__ __/__ __
3. LATITUDE (degree, minutes, seconds) [__ __° __ __'__ __.__"]
4. LONGITUDE (degrees, minutes, seconds) [__ __° __ __'__ __.__"]
5. ELEVATION (meters) __ __ __ __.
6. DILUTION OF PRECISION (DOP) __.__
7. ESTIMATED POSITION ERROR (EPE, meters) __ __ __ __
8. COMMENTS
  __________________________________________
  _______________________________________________
  ____________________________________________________

Notes:

Only data elements in brackets are entered into the IMS.
For GPS sections, perform measurement at station 0+00.
For SPS sections, perform measurements at station 0+00 of the first test section located on the project; use project ID with 00 for last two digits.

PREPARER ____________________ EMPLOYER_________________DATE___________



SHEET 2

INVENTORY DATA

LTTP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __ ]
[__ __ __ __]

  GEOMETRIC, SHOULDER AND DRAINAGE INFORMATION  
*1. LANE WIDTH (feet) [__ __.]
*2. MONITORING SITE LANE NUMBER1 [__.]
  (Lane 1 is outside lane, next to shoulder Lane 2 is next to Lane 1, etc.)  
*3. SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE LOCATION [__.]
  Continuous Along test.................... 1    
  Intermittent.................................... 2    
*4. SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE TYPE [__.]
  No Subsurface Drainage................1   Well System......................................5  
  Longitudinal Drains.........................2  

Drainage Blanket with Longitudinal Drains..............................................6

 
  Transverse Drains...........................3      
  Drainage Blanket............................4.      
  Other (Specify)________________7    
  SHOULDER DATA INSIDE SHOULDER OUTSIDE SHOULDER
*5. SURFACE TYPE __ [__]
  Turf................................................1   Concrete ................................................. 4
  Granular.........................................2.   Surface Treatment.....................................5
  Asphalt Concrete...........................3   Other(Specify)_____________________6  
6. TOTAL WIDTH (feet)   __ __. __ __.
7. PAVED WIDTH (feet)   __ __. __ __.
8. SHOULDER BASE TYPE (Tables A.5, Appendix A)   __ __ __ __
9. SHOULDER SURFACE THICKNESS (inches)   __ __. __ __ __. __
10. SHOULDER BASE THICKNESS (inches)   __ __. __ __ __. __
  ADDITIONAL DATA FOR PCC SHOULDERS:  
11. AVERAGE JOINT SPACING (feet) __ __ __. __ __ __.
12. SKEWNESS OF JOINTS (feet) __.__ __.__
13. JOINTS MATCH PAVEMENT JOINTS? (Yes 1, No 2) __ __
14. REINFORCED? (Yes 1, No 2) __ __
15. DIAMETER OF LONGITUDINAL DRAINPIPES (inches)   __.__
16. SPACING OF LATERALS (feet)   __ __ __.

NOTES:

1. For the LTPP studies, only the outside lane will be studied, so the number "1" should always be entered.



SHEET 3

INVENTORY DATA

LTTP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

LAYER NUMBER1 LAYER DESCRIPTION2 MATERIAL TYPE CLASSIFICATION3 LAYER THICKNESS (inches) LAYER TYPE4
MEAN MIN. MAX.
1 SUBGRADE (7) [__ __] [_ _ _ _.] _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. [__]
2 [__ __] [__ __] [_ _ _ _.] _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. [__]
3 [__ __] [__ __] [_ _ _ _.] _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. [__]
4 [__ __] [__ __] [_ _ _ _.] _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. [__]
5 [__ __] [__ __] [_ _ _ _.] _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. [__]
6 [__ __] [__ __] [_ _ _ _.] _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. [__]
7 [__ __] [__ __] [_ _ _ _.] _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. [__]
8 [__ __] [__ __] [_ _ _ _.] _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. [__]
9 [__ __] [__ __] [_ _ _ _.] _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. _ _ _ _. [__]
 

*DEPTH BELOW SURFACE TO "RIGID" LAYER (feet)
(Rock, Stone, Dense Shale)

[__ __.__]

NOTES:

  1. Layer 1 is subgrade soil, last layer is existing surface.
  2. Layer description codes:
    Overlay 01 Subbase Layer 06
    Seal Coat 02 Subgrade 07
    Original Surface 03 Interlayer 08
    HMAC Layer (Below Surface Layer) 04 Porous Friction Course 09
    Base Layer 05 Surface Treatment 10
        Embankment (Fill) 11
  3. The material type classification codes for surface, base or subbase, subgrade, and seal coat or interlayer materials appear in Tables A.4, A.5, A.6 and A.7, respectively.
  4. Layer Types: A HMAC Layer (Requires sheets 12 - 18 to be filled out)
    P PCC Layer (Requires sheets 5 - 11 to be filled out)
    B Base/Subbase Layers (Requires sheets 19 and 20 to be filled out)


SHEET 4

INVENTORY DATA

LTTP PROGRAM

STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

  AGE AND MAJOR PAVEMENT IMPROVEMENTS  
*1. DATE OF LATEST (RE)CONSTRUCTION (month/year) [__ __/ __ __ __ __]
*2. DATE SUBSEQUENTLY OPENED TO TRAFFIC (month/year) [__ __/ __ __ __ __]
3. LATEST (RE)CONSTRUCTION COST PER LANE MILE
(thousands of dollars)1
__ __ __ __ __.
MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS SINCE LATEST (RE)CONSTRUCTION (Items 4 thru 8)
*4. YEAR *5. WORK TYPE CODE
(Table A. 16)
*6. WORK QUANTITY
(Table A. 16 for units)
7. THICKNESS (inches) 8. TOTAL COST (thousands of dollars per lane-mile)
[__ __ __ __] [__ __] [__ __ __ __ __.] __ __.__ __ __ __.
[__ __ __ __] [__ __] [__ __ __ __ __.] __ __.__ __ __ __.
[__ __ __ __] [__ __] [__ __ __ __ __.] __ __.__ __ __ __.
[__ __ __ __] [__ __] [__ __ __ __ __.] __ __.__ __ __ __.
[__ __ __ __] [__ __] [__ __ __ __ __.] __ __.__ __ __ __.
[__ __ __ __] [__ __] [__ __ __ __ __.] __ __.__ __ __ __.
ADDITIONAL ROADWAY WIDENING INFORMATION (Items 9 thru 12)
*9. YEAR WHEN ROADWAY WIDENED2 [__ __ __ __]
*10. ORIGINAL NUMBER OF LANES (One Direction) [__]
*11. FINAL NUMBER OF LANES (One Direction) [__]
*12. LANE NUMBER OF LANE ADDED [__]

NOTES:1. Cost is to represent pavement structure cost. Non-pavement costs such as cut and fill work, work on bridges, culverts, lighting, and guard rails are to be excluded.

2. A lane created by roadway widening should not be used for LTPP unless the pavement structure under the entire lane was constructed at the same time and is uniform.



SHEET 5

INVENTORY DATA

LTTP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[ __ __ __ __]

  PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE LAYERS JOINT DATA  
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
*2. AVERAGE CONTRACTION JOINT SPACING (feet) [__ __ __.__]
3. RANDOM JOINT SPACING, IF ANY: _____________
*4. BUILT-IN EXPANSION JOINT SPACING (feet [__.__ __ __]
*5. SKEWNESS OF JOINTS (feet/lane) [__.__]
*6. TRANSVERSE CONTRACTION JOINT LOAD TRANSFER SYSTEM [__.__]
  Round Dowels..............................1
Aggregate Interlock......................2
I-Beams.......................................3
Star Lugs......................................4
Other (Specify)_______________________ 5
 
*7. ROUND DOWEL DIAMETER (inches) [__.__ __]
*8. DOWEL OR MECHANICAL LOAD TRANSFER DEVICE SPACING (inches) [__ __.]
9. AVERAGE INTERMEDIATE SAWED JOINT SPACING (feet) __ __.__
  DIMENSIONS FOR I-BEAM DOWEL BARS  
10. HEIGHT (inches) __ .__ __
11. WIDTH (inches) __.__ __
12. DISTANCE OF NEAREST DOWEL OR MECHANICAL LOAD TRANSFER DEVICE FROM OUTSIDE LANE SHOULDER EDGE (inches) __ __.__
13. DOWEL LENGTH (inches) __ __.
14. DOWEL COATING __ __.
  Paint and/or Grease.......................1
Plastic...........................................2
Monel.......................................... 3
Stainless Steel...............................4
Epoxy...........................................5
Other (Specify)_______________________ 6
 
15. METHOD USED TO INSTALL MECHANICAL LOAD TRANSFER DEVICES __
  Preplaced on Baskets.....................1
Mechanically Installed.....................2
Other (Specify)_______________________ 3
 


SHEET 6

INVENTORY DATA

LTTP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

 

PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE LAYERS JOINT DATA (CONTINUED)

[__]
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
*2. METHOD USED TO FORM TRANSVERSE JOINTS  
  Sawed.........................................1
Plastic Insert............................... 2
Metal Insert (i.e., Uni-Tube).........3
Other (Specify)________________ 4
 
*3. TYPE OF LONGITUDINAL JOINT (Between Lanes) [__]
*4.

Butt...................................1
Keyed...............................2
Sawed Weakened Plane... 3
Insert Weakened Plane..... 4
Tied Concrete Curb...........5
Other (Specify)_____________ 6

 
5. TRANSVERSE JOINT SEALANT TYPE (As Built) __
  Preformed (Open Web).............1
Asphalt......................................2
Rubberized Asphalt....................3
Low-Modulus Silicone...............4
Other (Specify)_______________ 5
 
  TRANSVERSE JOINT SEALANT RESERVOIR (As Built)  
6. WIDTH (inches) __.__ __
7. DEPTH (inches) __.__ __
  LONGITUDINAL JOINT SEALANT RESERVOIR (As Built)  
8. WIDTH (inches) __.__ __
9. DEPTH (inches) __.__ __
  BETWEEN LANE TIE BAR (As Built)  
10. DIAMETER (inches) __.__ __
11. LENGTH (inches) __.__ __
12. SPACING (inches)  
  SHOULDER-TRAFFIC LANE JOINT SEALANT RESERVOIR (As Built)  
13. WIDTH (inches) __.__ __
14. DEPTH (inches) __.__ __
  SHOULDER-TRAFFIC LANE JOINT TIE BARS (For Concrete Shoulder)  
15. DIAMETER (inches) __.__ __
16. LENGTH (inches) __.__ __
17. SPACING (inches) __.__ __


SHEET 7

INVENTORY DATA

LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE
*SHRP SECTION ID

[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[ __ __ __ __]

 

PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE LAYERS REINFORCING STEEL DATA

 
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
*2. TYPE OF REINFORCING [__]
 

Deformed Bars............................1
Welded Wire Fabric....................2
Other (specify)_________________3

 
*3. TRANSVERSE BAR DIAMETER (inches) [__.__ __]
*4. TRANSVERSE BAR SPACING (inches [__.__ __]
*5. LONGITUDINAL BAR DIAMETER (inches) [__.__ __]
*6. DESIGN PERCENTAGE OF LONGITUDINAL STEEL (percent) [__.__ __ ]
7. DEPTH TO REINFORCEMENT FROM SLAB SURFACE (inches) [__.__]
8. LONGITUDINAL BAR SPACING (inches) __.__ __
9. YIELD STRENGTH OF REINFORCING (ksi)

__ __.__

10. METHOD USED TO PLACE REINFORCEMENT __
 

Preset on Chairs.............................1
Mechanically...................................2
Between Layers of Concrete........... 3
Other (Specify)__________________ 4

 
11. LAP LENGTH OF LONGITUDINAL STEEL SPLICES (inches) __ __.


SHEET 8

INVENTORY DATA

LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

  PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE LAYERS MIXTURE DATA  
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
  MIX DESIGN (lbs/yd - Oven Dried Weight)  
*2. COARSE AGGREGATE [__ __ __ __.]
*3. FINE AGGREGATE [__ __ __ __.]
*4. CEMENT [__ __ __ __.]
*5. WATER [__ __ __ __.]
*6.

TYPE CEMENT USED (See Table A.10, Appendix A)
(If Other, Specify________________________)

[__ __]
*7. ALKALI CONTENT OF CEMENT (percent by weight of cement)  
  ENTRAINED AIR CONTENT (percent)
(AASHTO T121 (ASTM C138), T152 (ASTM C231), or T196 (ASTM C173))
 
*8. MEAN [__ __]
  RANGE:  
9. MINIMUM VALUE __.__
10. MAXIMUM VALUE __.__
  TYPE CODE AMOUNT
*11. ADMIXTURE #1 [__ __] [__ __ __.__ __ __]
*12. ADMIXTURE #2 [__ __] [__ __ __.__ __ __]
*13. ADMIXTURE #3 [__ __] [__ __ __.__ __ __]
 

(See Cement Admixture Codes, Table A.11, Appendix A)
(If Other, Specify ________________________________)

 
  SLUMP (AASHTO T119 OR ASTM C143)  
14. MEAN (inches) __.__
  RANGE: __.__
15. MINIMUM VALUE (inches) __.__
16. MAXIMUM VALUE (inches) __.__
17. STANDARD DEVIATION (inches) __.__
18. NUMBER OF TESTS __.__


SHEET 9

INVENTORY DATA

LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __ __ __]

 

PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE LAYERS MIXTURE DATA (CONTINUED)

 
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
     
     
  COMPOSITION OF COARSE AGGREGATE TYPE PERCENT
  Crushed Stone....................1
Manufactured Gravel......... 2

*2. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Crushed Slag..................... 4
Crushed Gravel...................3
*3. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Lightweight..........................5 *4. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Recycled Concrete..............6  
  Other (Specify)______________ 7  
*5. GEOLOGIC CLASSIFICATION OF COARSE AGGREGATE
(See Geologic Classification Codes, Table A.8, Appendix A)
[__ __.]
  COMPOSITION OF FINE AGGREGATE TYPE PERCENT
  Natural Sand...........................1 *6. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Crushed or Manufactured Sand (From Crushed Gravel or Stone).....................................2 *7. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Recycled Concrete..................3 *8. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Other (Specify)____________4    
9. INSOLUBLE RESIDUE (percent) (ASTM D3042) __ __ __.
10. GRADATION OF COARSE AGGREGATE [__ __.]
11. GRADATION OF FINE AGGREGATE
  Sieve Size % Passing Sieve Size % Passing
  2" __ __ __ No. 4 __ __ __
  1 1/2" __ __ __ No. 8 __ __ __
  1" __ __ __ No. 10 __ __
  7/8" __ __ __ No. 16 __ __
  3/4" __ __ __ No. 30 __ __
  5/8" __ __ __ No. 40 __ __
  1/2" __ __ No. 50 __ __
  3/8" __ __ No. 80 __ __
      No. 100 __ __
      No. 200 __ __
  BULK SPECIFIC GRAVITIES:    
12. COARSE AGGREGATE (AASHTO T85 (ASTM C127)) __.__ __
13. FINE AGGREGATE (AASHTO T84 (ASTM C128)) __.__ __


SHEET 10

INVENTORY DATA

LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

* SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[ __ __ __ __]

 

PORTLAND CEMENT CONTRETE LAYERS MIXTURE DATA (CONTINUED)

 
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
*2. TYPE OF PAVER USED [__]
  Slip-Form Paver........................1
Side-Form.................................2
Other (Specify)_____________ 3
 
  AGGREGATE DURABILITY TEST RESULTS
(See Durability Test Type Codes, Table A.12, Appendix A)
 
  TYPE OF AGGREGATE TYPE OF TEST RESULTS  
3. COARSE __ __ __ __ __.__  
4. COARSE __ __ __ __ __.__  
5. COARSE __ __ __ __ __.__  
6. COARSE AND FINE __ __ __ __ __.__  
7. METHOD USED TO CURE CONCRETE __
  Membrane Curing Compound...........1
Burlap Curing Blankets......................2
Waterproof Paper Blankets...............3
White Polyethylene Sheeting..............4
Burlap-Polyethylene Blanket..............5
Cotton Mat Curing............................6
Hay..................................................7
Other (Specify)________________ 8
 
8. METHOD USED TO TEXTURE CONCRETE __
 

Tine.............................................1
Broom.........................................2
Burlap Drag.................................3
Grooved Float.............................4
Astro Turf....................................5
Other (Specify)______________6

 
  ELASTIC MODULUS  
9. MEAN (ksi) __ __ __ __ __.
10. MINIMUM (ksi) __ __ __ __ __.
11. MAXIMUM (ksi) __ __ __ __ __.
12. NUMBER OF TESTS __ __.
13. STANDARD DEVIATION (ksi) __ __ __ __ __.
14. METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF ELASTIC MODULUS __
  Compression Test on Cores (ASTM C469)...................1
Compression Test on Cylinders Molded During Construction (ASTM C469)...........................................................................2
Calculated Using ACI Relation Between Elastic Modulus and Compressive Strength (ACI 318, Section 8.5)...........................................................3
Other (Specify)_______________________________4
 


SHEET 11

INVENTORY DATA

LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

 

PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE LAYERS STRENGTH DATA

 
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
  FLEXURAL STRENGTH1 (Modulus of Rupture)  
*2. TYPE OF TEST  
 

Third-Point Loading (AASHTO T97 (ASTM C78)).............1
Center-Point Loading (AASHTO T177 (ASTM C293)).......2

[__]
*3. AGE (days) [__ __ __ __ __.]
*4. MEAN (psi) __ __ __ __ __.
5. MINIMUM (psi) __ __ __ __.
6. MAXIMUM (psi) __ __ __ __ __.
7. NUMBER OF TESTS __ __.
8. STANDARD DEVIATION (psi) __ __ __ __ __.
 

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE
(Test Method AASHTO T22 (ASTM C39))

 
*9. AGE (days) [__ __ __.]
*10. MEAN (psi) [__ __ __ __ __.]
11. MINIMUM (psi __ __ __ __ __.
12. MAXIMUM (psi) __ __ __ __ __.
13. NUMBER OF TESTS __ __.
14. STANDARD DEVIATION (psi) __ __ __ __ __.
 

SPLITTING TENSILE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE
(Test Method AASHTO T198 (ASTM C496))

 
15.

AGE (days)

[ __ __ __.]
16. MEAN (psi) [__ __ __ __ __.]
17. MINIMUM (psi __ __ __ __.
18. MAXIMUM (psi) __ __ __ __.
19. NUMBER OF TESTS __ __.
20. STANDARD DEVIATION (psi) __ __ __ __.
  NOTE 1: For new construction of test sections for LTPP, use third point loading.  


SHEET 12

INVENTORY DATA

LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

 

PLANT MIXED ASPHALT BOUND LAYERS AGGREGATE PROPERTIES

 
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
  COMPOSITION OF COARSE AGGREGATE TYPE PERCENT
 

Crushed Stone........................1
Gravel.....................................2

*2. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Crushed Gravel.......................3 *3. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Crushed Slag...........................4 *4. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Manufactured Lightweight........5
Other (Specify)____________ 6
   
*5. GEOLOGIC CLASSIFICATION OF COARSE AGGREGATE
(See Geologic Classification Codes, Table A.8, Appendix A)
[__ __ __.]
  COMPOSITION OF FINE AGGREGATE TYPE PERCENT
  Natural Sand................................1 *6. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Crushed or Manufactured Sand (From Crushed Gravel or Stone)..........................2 *7. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Recycled Concrete.......................3 *8. [__] [__ __ __.]
  Other (Specify)_______________________ 4  
*9. TYPE OF MINERAL FILLER [ __]
 

Stone Dust..................................1
Hydrated Lime............................2
Portland Cement.........................3
Fly Ash.......................................4
Other (Specify)______________5

 
 

AGGREGATE DURABILITY TEST RESULTS
(See Durability Test Type Codes, Table A.12, Appendix A)

 
  TYPE OF AGGREGATE TYPE OF TEST RESULTS
10. COARSE __ __ __ __ __ .__ __ __
11. COARSE __ __ __ __ __ .__ __ __
12. COARSE __ __ __ __ __ .__ __ __
13. COARSE AND FINE __ __ __ __ __ .__ __ __
14. POLISH VALUE OF COARSE AGGREGATES (Surface Layer Only) (AASHTO T279 (ASTM D3319)) __ __ .


SHEET 13

INVENTORY DATA

LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ ____]
[__ __]
[ __ __ __ __]

*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
*2. GRADATION OF COMBINED AGGREGATES  
  Sieve Size or No. % Passing Sieve Size or No. % Passing
  2" [__ __ __] No. 4 [__ __]
  1 1/2" [__ __ __] No. 8 [__ __]
  1" [__ __ __] No. 10 [__ __]
  7/8" [__ __ __] No. 16 [__ __]
  3/4" [__ __ __] No. 30 [__ __]
  5/8" [__ __ __] No. 40 [__ __]
  1/2" [__ __ __] No. 50 [__ __]
  3/8" [__ __] No. 80 [__ __]
      No. 100 [__ __]
      No. 200 [__ __]
         
         
         
  BULK SPECIFIC GRAVITIES:  
*3. COARSE AGGREGATE (AASHTO T85 (ASTM C127))  
*4. FINE AGGREGATE (AASHTO T84 (ASTM C128))  
*5. MINERAL FILLER (AASHTO T100 (ASTM D854))  
*6. AGGREGATE COMBINATION (Calculated)  
7.

EFFECTIVE SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF AGGREGATE COMBINATION (Calculated)

 


SHEET 14

INVENTORY DATA

LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __ __ __]

  PLANT MIXED ASPHALT BOUND LAYERS ASPHALT CEMENT PROPERTIES  
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
*2. ASPHALT GRADE (See Table A.15, Appendix A)
(If Other, Specify__________________________)
[__ __]
*3. SOURCE (See Table A.13, Appendix A)
(If Other, Specify__________________________)
[__ __]
*4. *4. SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF ASPHALT CEMENT (AASHTO T228 (ASTM D70)) [__.__ __ __]
  ORIGINAL ASPHALT CEMENT PROPERTIES  
*5. VISCOSITY OF ASPHALT AT 140°F (poises)
(AASHTO T202 (ASTM D2171))
[__ __ __ __ __ __.]
*6. VISCOSITY OF ASPHALT AT 275°F (centistokes)
(AASHTO T201 (ASTM D2170))
[__ __ __ __ __ __.]
*7.

PENETRATION AT 77°F, 100 g., 5. sec (tenths of a mm)
(AASHTO T49 (ASTM D5))

[__ __ __.]
  ASPHALT MODIFIERS (See Type Code, Table A.14, Appendix A)  
    TYPE QUANTITY %
*8. MODIFIER #1 [__ __] [__ __]  
*9. MODIFIER #2 [__ __] [__ __]  
  (If Other, Specify Type ____________________)  
10. DUCTILITY AT 77°F (cm) (AASHTO T51 (ASTM D113)) __ __ __.
11. DUCTILITY AT 39.2°F (cm) (AASHTO T51 (ASTM D113)) __ __ __.
12. TEST RATE FOR DUCTILITY MEASUREMENT AT 39.2°F (cm/min) __ __ __.
13. PENETRATION AT 39.2°F, 200 g., 60 sec. (tenths of a mm)
(AASHTO T49 (ASTM D5))
__ __ __.
14. RING AND BALL SOFTENING POINT (AASHTO T53 (ASTM D36)) (°F) __ __ __.
  NOTE: If emulsified or cutback asphalt was used, enter "N" in the spaces for "Original Asphalt Cement Properties."  


SHEET 15

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LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

 

PLANT MIXED ASPHALT BOUND LAYERS ASPHALT CEMENT PROPERTIES (CONTINUED)

 
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
  LABORATORY AGED ASPHALT CEMENT PROPERTIES  
2. TEST PROCEDURE USED TO MEASURE AGING EFFECTS __
 

AASHTO T179 (ASTM D1754) - Thin Film Oven Test..................1
AASHTO T240 (ASTM D2872) - Rolling Thin Film Oven Test.......2
Other (Specify)________________________________________3

 
3. VISCOSITY OF ASPHALT AT 140°F (poise)
(AASHTO T202 (ASTM D2171))
__ __ __ __ __ __.
4. VISCOSITY OF ASPHALT AT 275°F (centistokes)
(AASHTO T201 (ASTM D2170))
__ __ __ __.__ __
5. DUCTILITY AT 77°F (cm) (AASHTO T51 (ASTM D113)) __ __ __.
6. DUCTILITY AT 39.2°F (cm) (AASHTO T51 (ASTM D113)) __ __ __.
7.

TEST RATE FOR DUCTILITY MEASUREMENT AT 39.2°F (cm/min)

__ __.__
8.

PENETRATION AT 77°F, 100 g., 5 Sec. (tenths of a mm) (AASHTO T49 (ASTM D5))

__ __ __.
9.

PENETRATION AT 39.2°F, 200 g., 60 Sec. (tenths of a mm) (AASHTO T49 (ASTM D5))

__ __.
10. RING AND BALL SOFTENING POINT (°F) (AASHTO T53 (ASTM D36)) __ __ __.
11. WEIGHT LOSS (percent) __ __.
  NOTE: If emulsified or cutback asphalt was used, enter "N" in the spaces for "Laboratory Aged Asphalt Cement Properties."  


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LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

  PLANT MIXED ASPHALT BOUND LAYERS ORIGINAL MIXTURE PROPERTIES  
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
*2. TYPE OF SAMPLES [__]
 

Samples Compacted in Laboratory..............1
Samples Taken From Test Section...............2

 
     
*3. MAXIMUM SPECIFIC GRAVITY (No Air Voids)
(AASHTO T209 or ASTM D2041)
[__.__ __ __]
  BULK SPECIFIC GRAVITY (ASTM D1188)  
*4. MEAN [__.__ __ __] NUMBER OF TESTS __ __.
5. MINIMUM __.__ __ __ MAXIMUM __.__ __ __
6. STANDARD DEVIATION __.__ __ __    
 

ASPHALT CONTENT (percent by weight of total mix) (AASHTO T164 (ASTM D2172))

 
*7. MEAN [__.__ __ __] NUMBER OF SAMPLES __ __.
8. MINIMUM __.__ __ __ MAXIMUM __.__ __ __
9. STANDARD DEVIATION __.__ __ __    
  PERCENT AIR VOIDS (percent)  
*10. MEAN [__.__ __ __] NUMBER OF SAMPLES __ __.
11. MINIMUM __.__ __ __ MAXIMUM __.__ __ __
12. STANDARD DEVIATION __.__ __ __    
13. VOIDS IN MINERAL AGGREGATE (percent) __ __.__
14. EFFECTIVE ASPHALT CONTENT (percent) __ __.__
15. MARSHALL STABILITY (lbs) (AASHTO T245 (ASTM D1559)) __ __ __ __.
16. NUMBER OF BLOWS __ __
17. MARSHALL FLOW (hundredths of an inch)
(AASHTO T245 (ASTM D1559))
__ __ __ __.
18. HVEEM STABILITY (AASHTO T246 (ASTM D1560)) __ __ __.
19. HVEEM COHESIOMETER VALUE (grams/25 mm of width) (AASHTO T246 (ASTM D1560)) __ __ __ __.


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LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

 

PLANT MIXED ASPHALT BOUND LAYERS ORIGINAL MIXTURE PROPERTIES (CONTINUED)

 
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
*2. TYPE ASPHALT PLANT [__]
  Batch Plant.................................1
Drum Mix Plant..........................2
Other (Specify)______________3
 
     
*3. TYPE OF ANTISTRIPPING AGENT USED
(See Type Codes, Table A.20, Appendix A)
(Other, Specify________________________________________)
[__ __]
*4.

ANTISTRIPPING LIQUID OR SOLID CODE
Liquid..........................................1 Solid....................................2

[__]
*5.

AMOUNT OF ANTISTRIPPING AGENT USED
(If liquid, enter amount as percent of asphalt cement weight. If solid, enter amount as percent of aggregate weight.)

[__ __.__]
6. MOISTURE SUSCEPTIBILITY TEST TYPE
AASHTO T165 (ASTM D1075)................................1
Texas Freeze-Thaw Pedestal Test (Ref. 21).................2
Texas Boiling Test (Ref. 22)........................................3
Revised Lottman Procedure (AASHTO T283)............4
Other (Specify) _____________________________ 5
__
 

MOISTURE SUSCEPTIBILITY TEST RESULTS:

 
7. HVEEM STABILITY NO. __ __
8.

PERCENT STRIPPED

__ __
9. TENSILE STRENGTH RATIO (AASHTO T283) __.__ __
10. INDEX OF RETAINED STRENGTH (AASHTO T165) __ __ __.


SHEET 18

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LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

 

PLANT-MIXED ASPHALT BOUND LAYERS CONSTRUCTION DATA

 
*1. LAYER NUMBER (See Sheet 3) [__]
2. MEAN MIXING TEMPERATURE (°F) __ __ __.
  LAYDOWN TEMPERATURES (°F)  
3. MEAN __ __ __ __ NUMBER OF TESTS __ __
4. MINIMUM __ __ __ __ MAXIMUM __ __ __ __
5. STANDARD DEVIATION __.__ __ __    
  ROLLER CODE ROLLER DESCRIPTION GROSS WGT
(tons)
TIRE PRES. (psi) FREQ.
(vibr/min.)
AMPLITUDE
(in)
SPEED
(mph)
6. A A STEEL-WHL TANDEM __ __.__
7. B A STEEL-WHL TANDEM __ __.__
8. C A STEEL-WHL TANDEM __ __.__
9. D A STEEL-WHL TANDEM __ __.__
10. E E PNEUMATIC-TIRED __ __.__ __ __ __.
11. F E PNEUMATIC-TIRED __ __.__ __ __ __.
12. G E PNEUMATIC-TIRED __ __.__ __ __ __.
13. H E PNEUMATIC-TIRED __ __.__ __ __ __.
14. I SINGLE-DRUM VIBR __ __.__ __ __ __ __. .__ __ __ __ __.__
15 J SINGLE-DRUM VIBR __ __.__ __ __ __ __. .__ __ __ __ __.__
16. K SINGLE-DRUM VIBR __ __.__ __ __ __ __. .__ __ __ __ __.__
17. L SINGLE-DRUM VIBR __ __.__ __ __ __ __. .__ __ __ __ __.__
18. M DOUBLE-DRUM VIBR. __ __.__ __ __ __ __. .__ __ __ __ __.__
19. N DOUBLE-DRUM VIBR. __ __.__ __ __ __ __. .__ __ __ __ __.__
20. O DOUBLE-DRUM VIBR. __ __.__ __ __ __ __. .__ __ __ __ __.__
21. P DOUBLE-DRUM VIBR. __ __.__ __ __ __ __. .__ __ __ __ __.__
22. Q OTHER __________________________________________________  
  COMPACTION DATA
    First Lift Second Lift Third Lift Fourth Lift
  BREAKDOWN
23. ROLLER CODE (A-Q) __ __ __ __
24. COVERAGES (A-Q) __ __. __ __. __ __. __ __.
  INTERMEDIATE
25. ROLLER CODE A-Q) __ __ __ __
26. COVERAGES (A-Q) __ __. __ __. __ __. __ __.
  FINAL
27. ROLLER CODE A-Q) __ __ __ __
28. COVERAGES (A-Q) __ __. __ __. __ __. __ __.
29. MEAN AIR TEMP. (°F) __ __ __. __ __ __. __ __ __. __ __ __.
30 COMPACTED THICK. (inch) __.__ __.__ __.__ __.__
31. CURING PERIOD (hours) __ __. __ __. __ __. __ __.


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LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

 

UNBOUND OR STABILIZED BASE OR SUBBASE MATERIAL DESCRIPTION

 
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
*2. AASHTO SOIL CLASSIFICATION (See Codes, Table A.9) [__ __]
*3. ATTERBERG LIMITS (AASHTO T90 and T90 or ASTM D4318)  
  PI [__ __.] LL [__ __.] PL [__ __.]  
4. MAXIMUM LAB DRY DENSITY (pcf) __ __ __.
5. OPTIMUM LAB MOISTURE CONTENT (percent)  
  PI [__ __.] LL [__ __.] PL [__ __.]  
  PI [__ __.] LL [__ __.] PL [__ __.]  
6. TEST USED TO MEASURE MAXIMUM DRY DENSITY __
 

Standard AASHTO T99...............1
Modified AASHTO T180.............2
AASHTO T134 (Soil-Cement).....3
ASTM D558................................4
ASTM D4223..............................5
Other (Specify)______________ 6

 
7. COMPACTIVE ENERGY FOR "OTHER" METHOD
(foot-pounds/cubic inch)
__ __.__
  IN SITU DRY DENSITY (pcf)  
8. MEAN __ __ __ NUMBER OF SAMPLES __ __
9. MINIMUM __ __ __ MAXIMUM __ __ __
10. STANDARD DEVIATION __ __ __  
  IN SITU DRY DENSITY (percent of dry weight)  
11. MEAN __ __ __ NUMBER OF SAMPLES __ __
12. MINIMUM __ __ __ MAXIMUM __ __ __
13. STANDARD DEVIATION __ __ __  
14. COARSE GRADATION OF BASE/SUBBASE MATL.  
15. FINE GRADATION OF BASE/SUBBASE MATL.  
  Sieve Size or No. % Passing Sieve Size or No. % Passing
  1 1/2" __ __ __ No. 4 __ __
  1" __ __ __ No. 8 __ __
  7/8" __ __ __ No. 10 __ __
  3/4" __ __ __ No. 16 __ __
  5/8" __ __ __ No. 30 __ __
  1/2" __ __ __ No. 40 __ __
  3/8" __ __ No. 50 __ __
      No. 80 __ __
      No. 100 __ __
      No. 200 __ __


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LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

 

UNBOUND OR STABILIZED BASE OR SUBBASE MATERIAL DESCRIPTION (CONTINUED)

 
*1. LAYER NUMBER (From Sheet 3) [__]
  TYPE AND PERCENT STABILIZING AGENT (For Stabilized Layers Only)  
*2. STABILIZING AGENT 1 TYPE CODE [__] PERCENT [__ __.__]  
*3. STABILIZING AGENT 2 TYPE CODE [__] PERCENT [__ __.__]  
  STABILIZING AGENT TYPE CODES  
 

Asphalt Cement........................1
Emulsified Asphalt.....................2
Cutback Asphalt.......................3
Portland Cement.......................4
Lime.........................................5
Fly Ash, Class C.......................6
Fly Ash, Class N.......................7
Other (Specify) ____________8

 
*4. ADMIXTURES: TYPE [__] PERCENT [__ __.]  
 

Calcium Chloride....................1
Sodium Chloride.....................2
Magnesium Chloride...............3
Other (Specify)___________ 4

 
  COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH (psi)  
*5. MEAN __ __ __ NUMBER OF SAMPLES __ __
6. MINIMUM __ __ __ MAXIMUM __ __ __
7. STANDARD DEVIATION __ __ __  
*8. TYPE OF COMPRESSION TEST [__]
 

AASHTO T167 (ASTM D1074)............1
AASHTO T24 (ASTM D1633)..............2
AASHTO T220......................................3
AASHTO T234 (ASTM D2850)............4
Other (Specify)____________________5

 
*9. CONFINING PRESSURE (psi)1 [__ __.__]
10. CALCIUM CARBONATE CONTENT (percent) (ASTM D4373) __ __ __.
11. CALIFORNIA BEARING RATIO (CBR)
(AASHTO T193 OR ASTM D3668)
__ __ __ .
12. RESISTANCE (R-VALUE) (AASTHO T190 (ASTM D2844))  
13. MODULUS OF SUBGRADE REACTION (K-VALUE) (psi/sq.in.)  
14. TYPE OF TEST __
 

AASHTO T221 (ASTM D1195).........................1
AASHTO T222...................................................2

NOTE: 1. If the test is unconfined, enter "0.0."

 


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LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

  SUBGRADE DATA  
*1. AASHTO SOIL CLASSIFICATION (See Table A.9, Appendix A) [__]
2. CALIFORNIA BEARING RATIO (CBR) (AASHTO T193 or ASTM D1883) __ __ __.
3. RESISTANCE (R-VALUE) (AASHTO T190 (ASTM D2844)) __ __ __.
4. MODULUS OF SUBGRADE REACTION (K-VALUE) (psi/sq. in.) [__.__ __ __]
5. TYPE OF TEST
AASHTO T221 (ASTM D1195)...........1 AASHTO T222 or ASTM D1196.........2
__
6. PERCENT PASSING NO. 40 SIEVE __ __.__
7. PERCENT PASSING NO. 200 SIEVE __ __.__
8. PLASTICITY INDEX (AASHTO T90 or ASTM D4318) __ __.
9. LIQUID LIMIT (AASHTO T89 or ASTM D4318) __ __.
10. MAXIMUM LAB DRY DENSITY (pcf) __ __ __.
11. OPTIMUM LAB MOISTURE CONTENT (percent) __ __.__
12. TEST USED TO MEASURE MAXIMUM DRY DENSITY __
 

Standard AASHTO (T-99).....................1
Modified AASHTO (T-180)...................2
Other (Specify)____________________3

 
13. COMPACTIVE ENERGY FOR "OTHER" METHOD (ft.-lbs./cu. in.) __ __.__
  IN SITU DRY DENSITY (percent of optimum)  
14. MEAN __ __ __ NUMBER OF TESTS __ __
15. MINIMUM __ __ __ MAXIMUM __ __ __
16. STANDARD DEVIATION__ __ __  
  IN SITU MOISTURE DENSITY (percent of optimum)  
17. MEAN __ __ __ NUMBER OF TESTS __ __
18. MINIMUM __ __ __ MAXIMUM __ __ __
19. STANDARD DEVIATION__ __ __  
  IN SITU DRY DENSITY (pcf)  
20. MEAN __ __ __ NUMBER OF TESTS __ __
21. MINIMUM __ __ __ MAXIMUM __ __ __
22. STANDARD DEVIATION__ __ __  
  IN SITU MOISTURE DENSITY (percent of dry weight)  
23. MEAN __ __ __ NUMBER OF TESTS __ __
24. MINIMUM __ __ __ MAXIMUM __ __ __
25. STANDARD DEVIATION __ __ __  


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LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[ __ __ __ __]

  SUBGRADE DATA (CONTINUED)  
 

RELATIVE DENSITY OF COHESIONLESS FREE-DRAINING SOILS (ASTM D2049)

 
  MEASURED DENSITIES FROM LABORATORY TESTS (pcf):  
1. MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
__ __ __.__
__ __ __.__
 
  RELATIVE DENSITIES (percent):  
2. MEAN __ __.__ NUMBER OF TESTS __ __
3. MINIMUM __ __.__ MAXIMUM __ __.__
         
4. STANDARD DEVIATION__ __.__  
5. SOIL SUCTION (tsf) (AASHTO T273) __ __ __.__
6. EXPANSION INDEX (ASTM D4829 __ __.__
  SWELL PRESSURE (psi)  
7. TEST VALUE __ __ __.
8. TEST CODE __
  AASHTO T190 or ASTM D2844...........1 AASHTO T258, Method 1.............2
Other __________________________________________________ 3
 
9. PERCENT BY WEIGHT FINER THAN 0.02 MM1 __ __.__
10. AVERAGE RATE OF HEAVE DURING STANDARD LABORATORY FREEZING TEST (mm/day)1 __ __.__
11. FROST SUSCEPTIBILITY CLASSIFICATION CODE1 __
 

Negligible.............................1
Very Low.............................2
Low.....................................3
Medium................................4
High.....................................5
Very High............................6

 
  NOTE: 1. This data is only required in "Freeze Zones" where frost may be expected to penetrate into the subgrade.  


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LTPP PROGRAM

*STATE ASSIGNED ID
*STATE CODE

*SHRP SECTION ID
[__ __ __ __]
[__ __]
[__ __ __ __]

  SNOW REMOVAL/DEICING  
*1. FREQUENCY OF SNOW REMOVAL AT TEST SITE? [__]
  = 1 x per year......................................1
2 - 10 x per year..................................2
> 10 x per year....................................3
 
*2. FREQUENCY OF APPLICATION OF DEICING CHEMICALS ON THE TEST SITE? [__]
 

= 1 x per year......................................1
2 - 10 x per year..................................2
> 10 x per year....................................3

 
*3. WHAT TYPE OF DE-ICERS HAVE BEEN USED ON THIS TEST SECTION? [__]
 

NaCl.....................................................1
CaCl2....................................................2
NaCl + CaCl2.......................................3
CMA................................................... 4
Other (Specify)___________________5

 
*4. HAS THE USE OF ANY OF THESE DE-ICERS BEEN DISCONTINUED SINCE THE TEST SECTION WAS OPEN TO TRAFFIC? [__]
 

NaCl..................................................... 1
CaCl2.................................................... 2
NaCl + CaCl2.........................................3
CMA......................................................4
Other (Specify)____________________5

 
  IF YES, IN WHAT YEAR? [__ __ __ __]

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