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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-10-049
Date: August 2010

LTPP Specific Pavement Studies (SPS) Materials Action Plan Final Report

Appendix A. Status Tables Codes

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This appendix presents lists of codes used in the status tables presented in appendices B, C, and D. Table 9 contains LTPP material test codes.

Table 9. Material test codes and descriptions.

Test

Test Description

AC01

Core Examination and Thickness

AC02

Bulk Specific Gravity

AC03

Maximum Specific Gravity

AC04

Asphalt Content (extraction)

AC05

Moisture Susceptibility

AC06

Creep Compliance

AC07

Tensile Strength/Resilient Modulus

AC08

Field Moisture Damage

AE01

Abson Recovery

AE02

Penetration

AE03

Specific Gravity 16 °C (60.8 °F)

AE04

Viscosity 25 °C (77 °F)

AE05

Viscosity 60 °C (140 °F), 135 °C (275 °F)

AG01

Coarse Aggregate Specific Gravity

AG02

Fine Aggregate Specific Gravity

AG04

Extracted Aggregate Gradation

AG05

NAA Test for Fine Aggregate Particle Shape

PC01

Compressive Strength

PC02

Split Tensile Strength

PC03

Coefficient of Thermal Expansion

PC04

Static Modulus of Elasticity

PC05

PCC Unit Weight

PC06

Core Examination and Thickness

PC08

28 Day Air Content

PC09

Flexural Strength

SS01

Sieve Analysis

SS02

Hydrometer to 0.001 mm (0.000039 inches)

SS03

Atterberg Limits

SS04

Classification

SS05

Moisture-Density Relations

SS06

Plate Bearing Test (rigid sections only)

SS07

Resilient Modulus (in-situ density and moisture)

SS08

Unit Weight

SS09

Natural Moisture Content

SS10

Unconfined Compressive Strength

SS11

Permeability

SS12

Expansion Index

TB01

Type and Classification of Material and Treatment

TB02

Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength

TB03

Asphalt Treated: Dynamic Modulus (77 °F)

UG01

Particle Size Analysis

UG02

Sieve Analysis (washed)

UG04

Atterberg Limits

UG05

Moisture Density Relations

UG07

Resilient Modulus (in-situ density and moisture)

UG08

Classification

UG09

Permeability

UG10

Natural Moisture Content

Table 10 contains LTPP layer type and material abbreviations and corresponding descriptions.

Table 10. Layer material type abbreviations.

Layer

Layer Description

AC

Asphalt concrete

ATB

Asphalt treated base

CTB

Cement treated base

EB

Embankment

GB

Granular base

GS

Granular subbase

LCB

Lean concrete base

PATB

Permeable asphalt treated base

PC

Portland cement concrete

PFC

Porous friction course

SS

Subgrade

TB

Treated base

TS

Treated subbase

Table 11 contains the LTPP state code number, the LTPP region in which the state or province is located, the state or province abbreviation, and the corresponding state or province name.

Table 11. LTPP state/province codes and LTPP regions.

State Code

Region

Abbreviation

State/
Province Name

1

SR

AL

Alabama

2

WR

AK

Alaska

4

WR

AZ

Arizona

5

SR

AR

Arkansas

6

WR

CA

California

8

WR

CO

Colorado

9

NA

CT

Connecticut

10

NA

DE

Delaware

11

NA

DC

District of Columbia

12

SR

FL

Florida

13

SR

GA

Georgia

15

WR

HI

Hawaii

16

WR

ID

Idaho

17

NC

IL

Illinois

18

NC

IN

Indiana

19

NC

IA

Iowa

20

NC

KS

Kansas

21

NC

KY

Kentucky

22

SR

LA

Louisiana

23

NA

ME

Maine

24

NA

MD

Maryland

25

NA

MA

Massachusetts

26

NC

MI

Michigan

27

NC

MN

Minnesota

28

SR

MS

Mississippi

29

NC

MO

Missouri

30

WR

MT

Montana

31

NC

NE

Nebraska

32

WR

NV

Nevada

33

NA

NH

New Hampshire

34

NA

NJ

New Jersey

35

SR

NM

New Mexico

36

NA

NY

New York

37

NA

NC

North Carolina

38

NC

ND

North Dakota

39

NC

OH

Ohio

40

SR

OK

Oklahoma

41

WR

OR

Oregon

42

NA

PA

Pennsylvania

44

NA

RI

Rhode Island

45

SR

SC

South Carolina

46

NC

SD

South Dakota

47

SR

TN

Tennessee

48

SR

TX

Texas

49

WR

UT

Utah

50

NA

VT

Vermont

51

NA

VA

Virginia

53

WR

WA

Washington

54

NA

WV

West Virginia

55

NC

WI

Wisconsin

56

WR

WY

Wyoming

72

SR

PR

Puerto Rico

81

WR

AB

Alberta

82

WR

BC

British Columbia

83

NC

MB

Manitoba

84

NA

NB

New Brunswick

85

NA

NF

Newfoundland

86

NA

NS

Nova Scotia

87

NA

ON

Ontario

88

NA

PE

Prince Edward Island

89

NA

PQ

Quebec

90

NC

SK

Saskatchewan

NA = North Atlantic Region
NC = North Central Region
SR = Southern Region
WR = Western Region

 

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