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Project Level Performance Database for Rigid Pavements in Texas, II


2014 ... Pangil Choi [and six others] The primary objectives of this project included the collection of information on continuously reinforced concrete pavement (CRCP) behavior and performance in Texas to calibrate the mechanistic-empirical pavement design procedure for CRCP developed under TxDOT research study 0-5832, and

6274-2 [TechMRT] ... FHWA/TX-14-0-6274-2

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Minimize Premature Distresses in Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement


2014 ... By Sureel Saraf [and five others] The long-term performance of continuously reinforced concrete pavement (CRCP) has been quite satisfactory in Texas, providing an important network of highways with heavy truck traffic and minimal maintenance. Field evaluations of the performance of CRCP in Texas reveal that a

6687-1 [TechMRT] ... FHWA/TX-14-0-6687-1

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0-6687, Minimize Premature Distresses in Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement


[2014] ... Research Performed by: Texas Tech University Multidisciplinary Research in Transportation (TechMRT), Center for Transportation Research (CTR), The University of Texas at Austin; Research Supervisor: Moon Won; Researchers: Tewodros Ghebrab, Pangil Choi, Soojun Ha "The performance of continuously reinforced concrete

6687 PSR [TechMRT] ... 0-6687-S ... Project Summary Report

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Pavement Repair Guidelines for Longitudinal Joints


2012 ... David W. Fowler, David Whitmey, Soojun Ha, Moon Won Implementation Project 5-5444-01, ?Pilot Implementation of Pavement Repair Guidelines for Longitudinal Cracks and Joints,? applies the lessons and recommendations from the previous Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) funded Center for

5444-01-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-11/5-5444-01-1

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Guidelines for Partial Depth Repair in Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement


2012 ... by Jungheum Yeon [and three others] "Over the years, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has improved design and construction practices of Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavement (CRCP), which has resulted in good overall performance of CRCP in Texas. [These improvements] changed the type of

5549-P1 [TechMRT] ... Research Product 0-5549-P1

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User's Guide for TxCRCP-ME Design Software


2012 ... by Soojun Ha, Jungehum Yeon, Moon C. Won, Youn Su Jung, Dan Zollinger This manual is organized to help users get accustomed to the operation modules of TxCRCP-ME, the structural design software for continuously reinforced concrete pavement (CRCP), which was developed under [this TxDOT research project]. An elaborate

5832-P3 [TechMRT] ... Product 0-5832-P3 vol.1-2

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CRCP ME Design Guide


2012 ... by Soojun Ha, Jungheum Yeon, Moon C. Won "From the 1960s on, Texas has constructed more continuously reinforced concrete pavement (CRCP) than any other state, possibly more than all other states combined. As of 2010, Texas had 12,345 lane miles of CRCP, which is about 6.3 % of the total lane miles in the

5832-P1 [TechMRT] ... Product 0-5832-P1

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Develop Mechanistic-Empirical Design for CRCP


2012 ... by Soonjun Ha [and six others] Currently, TxDOT uses the AASHTO 93 design guide for the slab thickness design of continuously reinforced concrete pavement (CRCP). The AASHTO 93 design guide was developed based on the AASHTO road test, where JCP (jointed plain concrete pavement) was the major pavement

5832-1 [TechMRT] ... FHWA/TX-11-0-5832-1

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Use of Dowel Bars at Longitudinal Construction Joints


2011 ... by Soonjun Ha [and five others] The primary objective of this research project was to develop rational guidelines on the use of dowel bars in longitudinal construction joints (LCJs) for better-performing concrete pavements without potential longitudinal cracking problems. To thoroughly investigate the behavior of tied and/or

6190-1 [TechMRT] ... FHWA/TX -11-0-6190-1

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Use of Dowel Bars at Longitudinal Construction Joints


2011 ... RS: Moon Won; Researchers: Byounghooi Cho, Soojun Ha, and Jungheum Yeon To reduce the potential for longitudinal cracking when multiple lanes are to be tied together, the Houston District of the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) started using dowels at LCJs [longitudinal construction joints]. However, a survey of a

6190-s [TechMRT] ... PSR 0-6190 ... Project Summary Report, 0-6190

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Develop Mechanistic/Empirical Design for CRCP


2011 ... RS: Moon Won, TechMRT; Researchers: Byounghooi Cho, CTR [and five others] The primary distress type in CRCP due to structural deficiency is punchout. To identify the mechanism of punchout, field evaluations were conducted which included coring, deflection testing using falling weight deflectometer (FWD), and other non-

5832 [TechMRT] ... PSR 0-5832-S ... Project Summary Report, 0-5832

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Optimized Design of Concrete Curb Under Off Tracking Loads


2008 ... Moon Won, Soojun Ha and Chul Suh Most research studies in the portland cement concrete (PCC) pavement area focused on addressing distresses related to pavement structure itself. As a result, the design and construction of other structural elements of the concrete curb and curb and gutter (CCCG) system have been

5830-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-09/0-5830-1

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Best Practices for Concrete Curb and Gutter


2008 ... RS: Moon Won; Researchers: Soojun Ha and Chul Suh Currently, concrete curb and curb and gutters (CCCG) in TxDOT are designed and constructed in accordance with TxDOT Standards CCCG-01 "CONCRETE CURB AND CURB AND GUTTER." Even though CCCG-01 provides general directions for the designs of CCCG, there are

5830 [CTR] ... PSR 0-5830-S ... Project Summary Report, 0-5830

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