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Strategic Outcome 5C: Calibrated relationships (transfer functions) between pavement response and individual distress types.

 

The following boxes are specific analysis projects that fall under Strategic Outcome 5C.

Solid Orange Box: FHWA | Funding = $84,000 | Validation of Guidelines for k-Value Selection and Concrete Pavement Performance Prediction. | Project completed. Oct. 1, 1994 | Report: FHWA-RD-96-198  July 1, 1996 | Responsible Agency: ERES | Principal Investigator/FHWA Staff: Hall/Richter

Solid Orange Box: FHWA | Funding = $84,000 | Design and Construction of PCC Pavements, Volume I. | Project completed. Oct. 1, 1994| Report: FHWA-RD-98-052  Aug. 1, 1998 | Responsible Agency: ERES | Principal Investigator/FHWA Staff: Antwi/Richter FHWA-RD-98-052

Solid Orange Box: FHWA | Funding = $84,000 | Design and Construction of PCC Pavements, Volume II. | Project completed. Oct. 1, 1994| Report: FHWA-RD-98-127  Aug. 1, 1998 | Responsible Agency: ERES | Principal Investigator/FHWA Staff: Glover/Richter | An on-going FHWA project that was funded using LTPP budgeted funds.

Solid Orange Box: FHWA | Funding = $84,000 | Design and Construction of PCC Pavements, Volume III. | Project completed. Oct. 1, 1994 | Report: FHWA-RD-98-113  Aug. 1, 1998 | Responsible Agency: ERES | Principal Investigator/FHWA Staff: Glover/Richter FHWA-RD-98-113

Dashed Pink Box: NCHRP 1-41 | $500,000 | Models for Predicting Reflection Cracking of Hot-Mix Asphalt Overlays. | Feb. 3, 2005 | Apr. 30, 2008 | Texas A&M U.| Lytton/Hanna | $500,000

Problem Statement Number | 5C1 | Evaluation of Pavement Performance | Models-Filling in the Gap with NCHRP | 1-41. (after NCHRP 1-41) | 24 months	| $200,000

Dashed Pink Box: NCHRP 1-41 | $500,000 | Models for Predicting Reflection Cracking of Hot-Mix Asphalt Overlays. | Feb. 3, 2005 | Apr. 30, 2008 | Texas A&M U.	| Lytton/Hanna

Problem Statement Number 5C2 | Development of longitudinal cracking models for PCC pavements. | Project Duration: 24 months | Anticipated project funds = $200,000

 

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NCHRP project number
NCHRP project title

Responsible Agency
$ Funds


Effective Date
Completion Date
Principal Inv./NCHRP Staff

 

Dashed light blue boxes are on-going NCHRP projects that were initiated by the LTPP ETG. Solid light blue boxes are completed projects.
NCHRP project number
NCHRP project title

Responsible Agency
$ Funds


Effective Date
Completion Date
Principal Inv./NCHRP Staff

 

Dashed pink boxes are on-going NCHRP projects that were initiated by other agencies or work groups, but are directly associated with LTPP Data Analysis Plan Strategic Objectives and Analysis Outcomes. Solid pink boxes are completed projects.
Problem Statement Number
Proposed problem title.

Project duration.
O_A_n


Anticipated project funds.

 

Dashed white boxes are proposed Research Problem Statements that were developed at LTPP Workshops. See Note 1) for an explanation of the Problem Statement Numbering scheme.
FHWA Technical Support Contract
Project title

$ Funds
Responsible Agency
O_A_n


Planned Start Date
Principal Inv./NCHRP Staff

 

Hashed orange boxes are planned FHWA projects that will be funded using LTPP budgeted funds.
FHWA Technical Support Contract
Project title

Responsible Agency
$ Funds


Effective Date
Completion Date
Principal Inv./NCHRP Staff

 

Dashed orange boxes are on-going FHWA projects that were funded using LTPP budgeted funds.
 
 

 
 


 

 

Thin solid boxes are completed projects with reports pending.
 
 

 
 


 

 

Thick solid boxes are completed projects with reports published.

 

Note:

1) Problem Statements are assigned a 3 character number using the convention ‘ O_A_n’.  ‘O’ is the associated Strategic Objective number (1 through 7); ‘A’ is the associated Analysis Outcome letter (A, B, C etc.) and ‘n’ is an arbitrarily assigned number used for identification purposes.  The number ‘n’ does not imply a sequence in which Problem Statements should be addressed.

 

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