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CEGR4271 ­ Pavement Design Course CEGR4271 Cross­Listed Courses CEGR5271 ­ Pavement Design Catalog Data Pavement design concepts and considerations; engineering properties of pavement materials, including soils, bases, asphalt concrete, and Portland cement concrete; design of flexible and rigid pavements including shoulders and drainage; computer applications for pavement analysis and design. Credit Hours 3 Most Recently Offered Spring 2013, Spring 2014, Spring 2015 References Required Text; 1. Pavement Engineering: Principles and Practice , by Mallick & El­Korchi, CRC press (2009 ) 2.Pavement Analysis and Design, by Yang H. Huang (2004) Goals The course objective is to get students exposed to the fundamentals of Pavement Design and Performance and providing a fully integrated analysis and discussion of factors governing pavement design and pavement rehabilitation. Students should have learned the principles, analysis and design of Flexible & Rigid Pavements. Prerequisite(s) CEGR 3161, 3278, 3122 and 3161, or permission of CE Instructor. Class Topics Material Characterization including HMA SuperPave Mix Design and Testing, Subgrades, Subbases, Bases. Wheel Loads, Climate and Environment Factors, Economic Factor, and Design Strategies. Pavement Responses, Critical Damage (types and locations) of Pavements. Analysis & Design of Flexible & Rigid Pavements.
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