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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-01-168
Date: July 2006

Rehabilitation of Asphalt Concrete Pavements: Initial Evaluation of The SPS-5 Experiment-Final Report

References

  1. Strategic Highway Research Program, SHRP-LTPP Specific Pavement Studies: Five-Year Report, Report Number SHRP-0-395, National Research Council, Washington, DC, 1994.
  2. Strategic Highway Research Program, Specific Pavement Studies, Experimental Design and Research Plan for Experiment SPS-5, Rehabilitation of Asphalt Concrete Pavements, Washington, DC, 1989.
  3. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, AASHTO Guide for Design of Pavement Structures, Washington, DC, 1993.
  4. SPS-1 and SPS-2 National Workshop: Comments from Discussions of State Agencies that Built SPS Projects, Sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration and the Ohio Department of Transportation, Columbus, OH, November 2-3, 1999.
  5. Pavements 2000 Conference: Comments and Panel Discussions from the SPS Workshops, Sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration, Newport, RI, April 27, 2000.
  6. J. B. Rauhut, H.L. Von Quintus, and A. Eltahan, Performance of Rehabilitation Asphalt Concrete Pavements in the LTPP Experiments–Data Collected Through February 1997, FHWA-RD-00-029, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, VA, 1999.
  7. Traffic Monitoring Directive Number: TDP-10, Revised Traffic Monitoring Protocol for LTPP Test Sections, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, VA, April 1998.
  8. Nomination Guidelines SPS-1, "Guidelines for Nomination and Evaluation of Candidate Projects for Experiment SPS-1 Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements," SHRP Operational Memorandum No. SHRP-LTPP-OM-008, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, VA, February 1990.
  9. Construction Guidelines SPS-1, "Guidelines for Nomination and Evaluation of Candidate Projects for Experiment SPS-1 Strategic Study of Structural Factors for Flexible Pavements," SHRP Operational Memorandum No. SHRP-LTPP-OM-008, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, VA, February 1990.
  10. ERES Consultants et al., "Relating Smoothness to Distress for Rigid and Flexible Pavements for Mechanistic-Empirical Design," Interim Project Report for NCHRP Project 1-37A, Task B.4.II.C, ERES Consultants, Albuquerque, NM, December 1999.

 


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