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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-05-053
Date: September 2005

Long-Term Plan for Concrete Pavement Research and Technology - The Concrete Pavement Road Map: Volume II, Tracks

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Figure 10. Bar Chart. Track 10 (PP) unphased subtrack and problem statement chart.

Track 10 (PP) unphased subtrack and problem statement chart. The horizontal bar chart in this figure shows the problem statements in track 10, Concrete Pavement Performance (PP), grouped by subtrack. Because this track is unphased, no time phasing is shown. There are two subtracks in track 10: (1) Technologies for Determining Concrete Pavement Performance and (2) Guidelines and Protocols for Concrete Pavement Performance. Subtrack 1 contains three problem statements: Problem Statement PP 1.1. Stress-Sensing Concrete Pavements; Problem Statement PP 1.2. Self-Inspecting Smart Concrete Pavements; and Problem Statement PP 1.3. Rolling Wheel Deflectometer for Concrete Pavements. Subtrack 2 contains three problem statements: Problem Statement PP 2.1. Guidelines for a Supplemental Pavement Management System and Feedback Loop for Continuous Concrete Pavement Improvements; Problem Statement PP 2.2. Advancements in Forensic Analysis of Concrete Pavements; and Problem Statement PP 2.3. Concrete Pavement Rating System for Highways.

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