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2009 PAVEMENT PERFORMANCE PREDICTION SYMPOSIUM

Validation of Predictive Models Using Full-Scale & Field Pavement Performance

Sponsored by Federal Highway Administration
Organized by Western Research Institute

Washakie Center Rendezvous Room, University of Wyoming
July 15-17, 2009 • Laramie, Wyoming

 

Wednesday, July 15

 

1:30 pm

Welcome and Introduction

Stephen L. Salmans Western Research Institute and Tom Scarpas TUDelft

1:40-2:25

The Challenges of Validating the Performance of Materials in Pavements

Chris Williams Iowa State University

2:25-3:10

MnROAD Phase II and Validation of Predictive Models for Nonconventional Asphalt Mixtures

Mihai Marasteanu University of Minnesota and Timothy Clyne Minnesota DOT

3:10-3:30

Break

3:30-4:45

Quantifying the Benefits of Polymer Modified Asphalt

David Johnson Asphalt Institute

4:15-4:45

Discussion of Research Needs—Tom Scarpas TUDelft

Thursday, July 16

 

8:00–8:45 am

Data Collection and Performance Monitoring of an Instrumented Flexible Pavement Section on I-35

Pranshoo Solanki, Musharraf Zaman (presenter) and

K.K. Muraleetharan University of Oklahoma

8:45–9:30

Investigation of Thermal Cracking at a Test Site near Rochester, Minnesota

Mike Farrar Western Research Institute

9:30–10:15

Asphalt Pavement Response and Fatigue Performance Prediction with Viscoelastic Continuum Damage Modeling Approach

Shane Underwood North Carolina State University

10:15-10:30

Break

10:30-11:15

An Integrated Database for Validating Pavement Performance Models

Jorge Prozzi University of Texas

11:15-12:00

Development of a Damage-Based Phenomenological Fatigue Model for Asphalt Pavement

Haifang Wen Washington State University

12:00-1:15

Lunch

1-15-2:00

MEPDG - Cost Effectiveness of Materials Testing & Local Calibration Harold Von Quintus Applied Research Associates, Inc.

2:00-2:45

Calibration of Fracture Predictions to Observed Reflection Cracking in Asphalt Overlays Robert Lytton Texas A&M University

2:45-3:05

Break

3:05-3:55

Making Connections between Laboratory Permanent Deformation and Full Scale Rutting Jack Youtcheff and Nelson Gibson Federal Highway Administration

3:55-4:15

Discussion of Research Needs—Tom Scarpas TUDelft

Friday, July 17

 

8:00–8:45 am

Validation of Mechanistic Pavement Design Principles Based on Studies at the NCAT Test Track Richard Willis NCAT

8:45–9:30

Title Dallas Little Texas A&M University

9:30–9:50

Break

9:50–10:35

Accounting for Age Hardening and Climate Variability in Field Studies of Rutting of HMA Pavements Don Christensen Advanced Asphalt Technologies

10:35–11:20

Development and Field Validation of NCHRP 1-42A Top-Down Cracking Model Reynaldo Roque University of Florida

11:20–11:50

Discussion of Research Needs—Tom Scarpas TUDelft

 

 

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