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Project Information
Project ID:   FHWA-PROJ-11-0192
Project Name:   American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)-Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) International Data Analysis Contest
Project Status:   Active
Start Date:  September 23, 2011
End Date:  December 31, 2016
Contact Information
Last Name:  Walker
First Name:  Deborah M
Telephone:  202-493-3068
E-mail:  deborah.walker@dot.gov
Office:   Office of Infrastructure Research and Development
Team:   Long-Term Pavement Performance Team [HRDI-30]
Program:   Long-Term Pavement Performance
Project detail
Roadmap/Focus area(s):   Infrastructure Research and Technology Strategic Plan and Roadmap
Project Description:   American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) will conduct outreach and marketing material activities such as flyers, mailings, emails, Web site announcements, etc. to prospective contestants using the student chapters of ASCE in every university in the United States. American Society of Civil Engineers will also conduct international outreach and marketing activities to get international contestants involved in the contest. American Society of Civil Engineers will send followup announcements regarding the contest at least four times a year.
Goals:   The objective of this contract is for the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) to provide support services to Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) by coordinating and administering the Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) International Data Analysis Contest.
Product Type:   Data
Research report
Test Methodology:   American Society of Civil Engineers will notify both the United States and international participants that the technical papers must use the Long-Term Pavement Performance database as the only data source for their analysis.
Expected Benefits:   The expected benefit is to get more students using the Long-Term Pavement Performance data in their course work.
Deliverables: Name: Long-Term Pavement Performance Data Analysis Papers
Product Type(s): Research report, Data
Description: American Society of Civil Engineers will provide electronic copies of the data analysis papers submitted by the students for technical review and rating by Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Federal Highway Administration may also identify others in the pavement community to review the papers.
FHWA Topics:   Roads and Bridges--Design
TRT Terms:   Data Analysis
Infrastructure
Research
Pavements
Roads
Measuring Methods
FHWA Disciplines:   Design
Pavement and Materials
Subject Areas:   Data and Information Technology
Design
Highways
Pavements
Research

 

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