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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-08-056
Date: November 2008

LTPP Manual for Profile Measurements and Processing

REFERENCES

  1. Federal Highway Administration Road Profiler Operation Manual, International Cybernetics Corporation, 2002.
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  3. FHWA WinGraph User Manual, International Cybernetics Corporation, May 2002.
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  5. Winrp90L User Manual, International Cybernetics Corporation, May 2002.
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  7. ICC Quick Help, Standard Federal Highway Profile Report Generation, Version 1.00, International Cybernetics Corporation, June 2002.
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  9. FHWA Graphing/Evaluation User Manual, International Cybernetics Corporation, June 2002.
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  11. ProQual 2004, User Guide, Federal Highway Administration, April 2004.
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  13. ProQual 2002, Overview, Federal Highway Administration, April 2004.
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  15. ProQual 2002, Utilities, Federal Highway Administration, April 2004.
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  17. Ford E-350 Vehicle Manual, Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Michigan.
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  19. Distress Identification Manual for the Long-Term Pavement Performance Program, Fourth Revised Edition, FHWA-RD-03-031, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, March 2003.
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  21. Dipstick® Model 1500 User Manual, Face Company, Norfolk, VA.
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  23. Dipstick® Model 2000 Manual, Face Company, Norfolk, VA.
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  25. Dipstick® Model 2200 Manual, Face Company, Norfolk, VA.
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  27. Standard Test Method for Measuring Road Roughness by Static Level Method, Designation E 1364-95, American Society of Testing and Materials.
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