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Climatic Inputs for Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Workshop

This 1-day workshop aims to familiarize participants on modeling climatic effects on pavement performance with MEPDG, reducing climatic effects through materials selection and design, and analyzing current State design methods for climatic effects.

The workshop was developed by FHWA Design Guide Implementation Team, with support from the Resource Center. Each workshop will include two FHWA instructors and one state DOT speaker. The workshops are free-of-charge and workbooks will be handed out on-site. The workshop will include lectures and software demonstrations. Because of space limitations with the DOT training classrooms, each workshop will be limited to 40 participants.

The target audience for the workshops includes State DOT materials engineers, agency's pavement design engineers, and industry or academic consultants who support DOT pavement design.

Participants who are unable to travel to one of the workshops are invited to view the Connecticut DOT live webcast over the internet of the September 19th workshop.

Updated: 03/03/2015

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