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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-03-040
Date: July 2002

Researcher's Guide to The LTPP Layer Thickness Data

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  1. Data Collection Guide for Long-Term Pavement Performance Studies, Operational Guide No. SHRP-LTPP-OG-001, SHRP, Washington, DC, 1993.
  2. SHRP-LTPP Interim Guide for Laboratory Material Handling and Testing, Operational Guide No. SHRP-LTPP-OG 004, SHRP, Washington, DC, 1991.
  3. Field Materials Sampling, Testing, and Handling Guide, Operational Guide No. SHRP-LTPP-OG 006, Version 2.0, SHRP, Washington, DC, 1992.
  4. LTPP SPS Pavement Layering Methodology, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, Virginia, January 1994.
  5. Specific Pavement Studies, Materials Sampling and Testing Requirements for Experiment SPS-1, Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, Virginia, January 1994.
  6. Specific Pavement Studies, Materials Sampling and Testing Requirements for Experiment SPS-2, Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Rigid Pavements, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, Virginia, January 1994.
  7. Specific Pavement Studies, Materials Sampling and Testing Requirements for Experiment SPS-5, Rehabilitation of Asphalt Concrete Pavements, Report Number SHRP-LTPP-OM-014, SHRP, Washington DC, October 1990.
  8. Specific Pavement Studies, Materials Sampling and Testing Requirements for Experiment SPS-6, Rehabilitation of Jointed Portland Cement Concrete Pavements, Report Number SHRP-LTPP-OM-019, SHRP, Washington DC, January 1991.
  9. Specific Pavement Studies, Materials Sampling and Testing Requirements for Experiment SPS-7, Bonded Portland Cement Concrete Overlays, Report Number SHRP-LTPP-OM-020, SHRP, Washington DC, January 1991.
  10. Specific Pavement Studies, Materials Sampling and Testing Requirements for Experiment SPS-8, Study of Environmental Effects in the Absence of Heavy Loads, Report Number SHRP-LTPP-OM-030, SHRP, Washington DC, August 1992.
  11. Specific Pavement Studies, Experimental Design and Research Plan for Experiment SPS-1, Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, Virginia, February 1990.
  12. Specific Pavement Studies, Experimental Design and Research Plan for Experiment SPS-2, Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Rigid Pavements, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, Virginia, February 1990.
  13. Specific Pavement Studies, Experimental Design and Research Plan for Experiment SPS-5, Rehabilitation of Asphalt Concrete Pavements, SHRP, Washington DC, April 1989.
  14. Specific Pavement Studies, Experimental Design and Research Plan for Experiment SPS-6, Rehabilitation of Jointed Portland Cement Concrete Pavements, SHRP, Washington DC, April 1989.
  15. Specific Pavement Studies, Experimental Design and Research Plan for Experiment SPS-7, Bonded Portland Cement Concrete Overlays, SHRP, Washington DC, February 1990.
  16. Specific Pavement Studies, Experimental Design and Research Plan for Experiment SPS-8, Study of Environmental Effects in the Absence of Heavy Loads, SHRP, Washington DC, August 1991.
  17. SHRP-LTPP Protocol P01 for SHRP test designation AC01: Visual Examination and Thickness of Asphaltic Concrete Cores, SHRP, Washington DC, February 1991.
  18. SHRP-LTPP Protocol P66 for SHRP test designation PC06: Visual Examination and Length Measurement of Portland Cement Concrete Cores, SHRP, Washington DC, February 1991.
  19. Federal Highway Administration, LTPP Information Management System: IMS Quality Control Checks, Washington, DC: Federal Highway Administration, 2000.
  20. Specific Pavement Studies, Data Collection Guidelines for Experiment SPS-1, Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, Operational Memorandum No. SHRP-LTPP-OM-026, McLean, VA: Federal Highway Administration, December 1991.
  21. Specific Pavement Studies, Data Collection Guidelines for Experiment SPS-2, Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Rigid Pavements, Operational Memorandum No. SHRP-LTPP-OM-028, McLean, VA: Federal Highway Administration, February 1992.
  22. Specific Pavement Studies, Data Collection Guidelines for Experiment SPS-5, Rehabilitation of Asphalt Concrete Pavements, Operational Memorandum No. SHRP-LTPP-OM-015, Washington, DC: Strategic Highway Research Program, October 1990.
  23. Specific Pavement Studies, Data Collection Guidelines for Experiment SPS-6, Rehabilitation of Jointed Portland Cement Concrete Pavements, Operational Memorandum No. SHRP-LTPP-OM-023, Washington, DC: Strategic Highway Research Program, May 1991.
  24. Specific Pavement Studies, Data Collection Guidelines for Experiment SPS-7, Bonded Portland Cement Concrete Overlays, Operational Memorandum No. SHRP-LTPP-OM-024, Washington, DC: Strategic Highway Research Program, July 1991.
  25. Specific Pavement Studies, Data Collection Guidelines for Experiment SPS-8, Study of Environmental Effects in the Absence of Heavy Loads, Operational Memorandum No. SHRP-LTPP-OM-031, Washington, DC: Strategic Highway Research Program, September 1992.
  26. Standard Specifications for Transportation Materials and Methods of Sampling and Testing, Part II Tests, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Washington, DC, 1993.
  27. American Society for Testing and Materials, Annual Book of Standards, Section 4, Volume 4.02, West Conshohocken, PA: American Society for Testing and Materials, 1997.
  28. Titus-Glover L., J.Mallela, Y. J. Jiang, M. E. Ayers, and H. I. Shami, Assessment of Selected LTPP Material Data Tables and Development of Representative Test Tables, Report No. FHWA-RD-02-001, Washington, DC, 2001.
  29. Selezneva O. I., Y. J. Jiang, and G. Mladenovic, Evaluation and Analysis of LTPP Pavement Layer Thickness Data, Draft Report, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, Virginia, 2002.
  30. Specific Pavement Studies, Construction Guidelines for Experiment SPS-1, Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, Virginia, December 1993.
  31. Specific Pavement Studies, Construction Guidelines for Experiment SPS-2, Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Rigid Pavements, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, Virginia, December 1993.
  32. Specific Pavement Studies, Construction Guidelines for Experiment SPS-5, Rehabilitation of Asphalt Concrete Pavements, Report Number SHRP-LTPP-OM-012, SHRP, Washington DC, June 1990.
  33. Specific Pavement Studies Construction Guidelines for Experiment SPS-6, Rehabilitation of Jointed Portland Cement Concrete Pavements, Report Number SHRP-LTTP-OM-013, SHRP, Washington DC, July 1990.
  34. Specific Pavement Studies Construction Guidelines for Experiment SPS-7, Bonded Portland Cement Concrete Overlays, Report Number SHRP-LTTP-OM-016, SHRP, Washington DC, December 1990.
  35. Specific Pavement Studies, Construction Guidelines for Experiment SPS-8, Study of Environmental Effects in the Absence of Heavy Loads, Report Number SHRP-LTPP-OM-029, SHRP, Washington DC, March 1992.

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