RD5837-s11 - TTE 5837 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS READING...

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TTE 5837 PAVEMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS READING LIST 1. Yoder & Witczak, "Pavement Types, Wheel Loads, and Design Factors," Principle of Pavement Design , Chapter 1. 2. Haas, Hudson & Zaniewski, "Introduction to Pavement Management," Modern Pavement Management , Chapter 1. 3. Carey & Irick, "The Pavement Serviceability-Performance Concept," Highway Research Board Bulletin 250 , 1960. 4. Haas, Hudson & Zaniewski, "Pavement Performance," Modern Pavement Management , Chapter 8. 5. Haas, Hudson & Zaniewski, "Evaluation of Pavement Distress: Condition Surveys," Modern Pavement Management , Chapter 10. 6. Yoder & Witczak, "Pavement Distress," Principle of Pavement Design , Chapter 18. 7. Yoder & Witczak, "Condition Surveys," Principle of Pavement Design , Chapter 19. 8. Haas, Hudson & Zaniewski, "Evaluation of Pavement Safety," Modern Pavement Management , Chapter 11. 9. "The AASHO Road Test, Report 5, Pavement Research," Chapter 1, HBR Special Report 61E , 1962. 10. "AASHTO Guide for Design of Pavement Structures," 1986, Chapters 1, 2 & 3 of Part II & Appendix D.
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  • Spring '11
  • Staff
  • pavement, Portland cement, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Pavement Rehabilitation, Modern Pavement Management

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