The overall objective of the SHRP-H-106 project (Innovative Materials Development and Testing) was to evaluate and determine the cost-effectiveness of maintenance materials and procedures. The project ran from March 1991 through February 1992 and resulted in the publication of a set of manuals on concrete repair practices.
Through FHWA's continued sponsorship of the Long-Term Monitoring of Pavement Maintenance Materials Test Sites study, LTPP annually evaluated treatments and repairs of the SHRP-H-106 project from August 1993 through the end of 1997.
To provide highway managers with the latest information on pavement maintenance and repair, LTPP revised and updated the original four SHRP manuals from SHRP-H-106 with pertinent long-term performance and cost-effectiveness information generated by its continued monitoring of the SHRP-H-106 project. The revised manuals are listed below. Copies of each manual can be downloaded by clicking on the links provided. A limited number of printed copies can also be obtained from the FHWA Product Distribution Center by e-mail to email@example.com, fax to (814) 239-2156, phone to (814) 239-1160.
Materials and Procedures for Rapid Repair of Partial-Depth Spalls in Concrete Pavements - Manual of Practice, December 1999 (FHWA-RD-99-152). Printed copies are also available from the R&T Report Center.
Materials and Procedures for Repair of Potholes in Asphalt-Surfaced Pavements - Manual of Practice, December 1999 (FHWA-RD-99-168). Printed copies are also available from the R&T Report Center.
Materials and Procedures for Repair of Joint Seals in Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Joints - Manual of Practice. October 1993 - June 1999 (FHWA-RD-99-146). Printed copies are also available from the R&T Report Center.
Materials and Procedures for Sealing and Filling Cracks in Asphalt-Surfaced Pavements - Manual of Practice, December 1999 (FHWA-RD-99-147). Printed copies are also available from the R&T Report Center.
Additional information is available in the Product Brief Manuals Provide Information for Pavement Maintenance and Repair.
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