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Reports

Webinars

  • High-Performance Thin Overlays (HPTO) and Crack Attenuating Mixture (CAM) (Dec. 2021)
    recording ] [ PowerPoint ]
    • EDC-6 TOPS Overview (4:04)
    • Intro to HPTO (10:48)
    • New Jersey HPTO Case Study (25:35)
    • Intro to CAM (46:34)
    • Texas CAM Case Study (1:00)
    • Q&A (1:11:47)
  • Stone Matrix Asphalt (SMA) and Highly Modified Asphalt (HiMA) (Feb. 2022) [ recording ] [ PowerPoint ]
    • EDC-6 TOPS Overview (5:30)
    • Intro to SMA (11:12)
    • Georgia SMA Case Study (28:43)
    • Intro to HiMA (45:30)
    • Florida HiMA Case Study (1:03:48)
    • Q&A (1:19:36)
  • Open-Graded Friction Course (OGFC) and Ultra-Thin Bonded Wearing Course (UTBWC) (December 2022) [ recording ] [ PowerPoint ]
    • EDC-6 TOPS Overview (5:36)
    • Intro to Open-Graded Friction Course (10:53)
    • South Carolina Open-Graded Friction Course Case Study (31:07)
    • Intro to Ultra-Thin Bonded Wearing Course (53:27)
    • Minnesota Ultra-Thin Bonded Wearing Course Case Study (1:12:30)
    • Q&A (1:29:04)
Updated: 06/30/2023
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