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Developing a Testing Device for Total Pavements Acceptance


2012 ... Kenneth H. Stokoe, II, CTR [and seven others]; Thomas Scullion, Wenting Liu, TTI During the second year of Project 0-6005, significant progress was made towards building the Total Pavement Acceptance Device (TPAD). The TPAD will be a multi-function device that will be used to profile continuously along pavements at speeds

6005-2 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-11/0-6005-2

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Progress during the First Year Towards Building the Total Pavement Acceptance Device (TPAD) -- revised August 2010


2010 ... Kenneth H. Stokoe, II [and six others] (CTR); Thomas Scullion and Wenting Liu (TTI) During the first year of Project 0-6005, significant progress was made towards developing the Total Pavement Acceptance Device (TPAD). The TPAD will be a multi-function device that will be used to survey continuously along pavements at

6005-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-11/ 0-6005-1

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Phase 1 Report on the Development of Predictive Model for Bridge Deck Cracking and Strength Development


2009 ... Kevin Folliard [and four others] Early-age cracking, typically caused by drying shrinkage (and often coupled with autogenous and thermal shrinkage), can have several detrimental effects on long-term behavior and durability. Cracking can also provide ingress of water that can drive chemical reactions, such as alkali-silica reaction

6332-1 [CTR] ... 0-6332-1

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Prediction Model for Concrete Behavior : Final Report


2008 ... Kevin J. Folliard [and eight others] This report summarizes work performed under Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) Project 4563, Prediction Model for Concrete Behavior. The main product developed under this project is a software program, named Concrete Works, which gives laboratory technicians, engineers, and

4563-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-08/0-4563-1

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Bending Fatigue Response of Grouted Stay Cables


2008 ... Sharon L. Wood [and thirteen others] Both the Fred Hartman Bridge and the Veterans Memorial Bridge have experienced large-amplitude vibrations of the stay cables. A major concern resulting from these vibrations is the possibility of fatigue damage to the parallel, seven-wire, prestressing strand in the grouted stay cables ? and

1401-1 [CTR] ... 0-1401-1

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Determination of Fatigue Damage in Cable Stays


2006 ... RS: Sharon L. Wood; Researchers: Matthew J. Bean [and twelve others] Large-amplitude vibrations have been observed on numerous cable-stayed bridges around the world. Both long-span, cable-stayed bridges in Texas ? the Veterans Memorial Bridge and the Fred Hartman Bridge ? have experienced large-amplitude, wind and

1401-s [CTR] ... PSR 0-1401 ... Project Summary Report, 0-1401

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A Probabilistic Analysis of the Frequency of Bridge Collapses due to Vessel Impact. Volumes I-IV


2006 ... Lance Manuel [and six others] The collapse of the Queen Isabella Causeway in 2001, caused by a vessel collision, sent an alarming message to the state of Texas that vessel impact on bridges is a serious issue and that the possibility of such accidents needs to be considered in the design and evaluation of any bridge spanning a

4650-1 [CTR] ... 0-4650-1

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Vessel Impact on Bridges


2005 ... RS: Lance Manuel; Researchers: Loukas F. Kallivokas and Eric B. Williamson The collapse of the Queen Isabella Causeway Bridge resulting from a vessel collision motivated this study that recognizes that vessel impact on bridge is a serious issue and that the likelihood of such accidents needs to be carefully evaluated in the design

4650 Summary [CTR] ... PSR 0-4650-S ... Project Summary Report, 0-4650

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