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Accelerated Heavy Vehicle Load Testing, Milling and Repaving of Apical System

Description :  The main purpose of this project is to study the performance of apical system under accelerated truck loading on full-scale pavement. Milling and repaving will also be performed to observe apical system performance during pavement rehabilitation. The specific objectives are as follows: Investigate top coat, polyurea, cable, tack coat and asphalt performance through strain gauges, visual observations and coring of samples. Compare performance with control sections. Theoretical analyses of pavement performances from strain gauge readings. Monitor optical level during full-scale loading. Study apical system performance due to milling and repaving.
Principal Investigator:  Wasiuddin, Nazimuddin  --  Civil Engineering
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Funding Agencies:  CenturyLink
Amount Awarded:  38,100

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October 21st, 2017

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