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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-03-041

Evaluation and Analysis of LTPP Pavement Layer Thickness Data

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  17. Specific Pavement Studies, Experimental Design and Research Plan for Experiment SPS-8, Study of Environmental Effects in the Absence of Heavy Loads, Washington, DC: Strategic Highway Research Program, August 1991.

  18. SHRP-LTPP Protocol P01 for SHRP test designation AC01: Visual Examination and Thickness of Asphaltic Concrete Cores, SHRP, Washington DC, February 1991.

  19. SHRP-LTPP Protocol P66 for SHRP test designation PC06: Visual Examination and Length Measurement of Portland Cement Concrete Cores, SHRP, Washington DC, February 1991.

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  21. 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.

  22. 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.

  23. 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.

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  26. 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.

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  29. National Stone Association. The Aggregate Handbook. Washington, D.C., 1991.

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  35. Specific Pavement Studies, Construction Guidelines for Experiment SPS-1, Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements, McLean, VA: Federal Highway Administration, December 1993.

  36. Specific Pavement Studies, Construction Guidelines for Experiment SPS-2, Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Rigid Pavements, McLean, VA: Federal Highway Administration, December 1993.

  37. Specific Pavement Studies, Construction Guidelines for Experiment SPS-5, Rehabilitation of Asphalt Concrete Pavements, Report Number SHRP-LTPP-OM-012, Washington, DC: Strategic Highway Research Program, June 1990.

  38. Specific Pavement Studies Construction Guidelines for Experiment SPS-6, Rehabilitation of Jointed Portland Cement Concrete Pavements, Report Number SHRP-LTTP-OM-013, Washington, DC: Strategic Highway Research Program, July 1990.

  39. Specific Pavement Studies Construction Guidelines for Experiment SPS-7, Bonded Portland Cement Concrete Overlays, Report Number SHRP-LTTP-OM-016, Washington, DC: Strategic Highway Research Program, December 1990.

  40. 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, Washington, DC: Strategic Highway Research Program, March 1992.

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