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End-Region Behavior and Shear Strength of Pretensioned Concrete Girders Employing 0.7-in. Diameter Strands
2018 ... Hossein Yousefpour [and eight others] · This report provides an overview of a comprehensive research project at The University of Texas at Austin on the end-region serviceability and shear strength of Texas pretensioned bulb-tee girders (Tx-girders) that employ 0.7-in. diameter strands on a 2- by 2-in. grid. Seven full-
6831-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-17/0-6831-1
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0-6831, End-Region Behavior of Pretensioned Concrete Beams with 0.7-inch Prestressing Strands
[2018] ... Research Performed by Center for Transportation Research; Research Supervisor: Oguzhan Bayrak; Researchers: Hossein Yousefpour [and seven others] · "The majority of pretensioned concrete elements currently fabricated use 0.5- or 0.6-in. diameter strands as the prestressing steel. However, in recent years, there has been
6831 Summary [CTR] ... PSR 0-6831-S ... Project Summary
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Phase 2, Bringing Smart Transport to Texans : Ensuring the Benefits of a Connected and Autonomous Transport System in Texas. Final Report
2018 ... Kara Kockelman (Research Supervisor) with Dr. Stephen Boyles [and seventeen others] · This project develops and demonstrates a variety of smart-transport technologies, policies, and practices for highways and freeways using connected autonomous vehicles (CAVs), smartphones, roadside equipment, and related
6838-3 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-18/0-6838-3
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0-6838, Bringing Smart Transport to Texans : Ensuring the Benefits of a Connected and Autonomous Transport System in Texas
2018 ... Research Performed by: Center for Transportation Research; Research Supervisor: Kara Kockelman; Researchers: Stephen Boyles [and seventeen others] · "This project developed and demonstrated a variety of smart-transport technologies, predictions, policies, and practices for Texas highways and freeways using highly
6838 Summary [CTR] ... PSR 0-6838-S ... Project Summary
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Soil-Geosynthetic Interaction Test to Develop Specifications for Geosynthetic-Stabilized Roadways
2018 ... Gholam H. Roodi [and five others] · A comprehensive soil-geosynthetic interaction testing program was conducted to determine the stiffness of the soil-geosynthetic composite (KSGC) for a wide range of geosynthetics. The tests were conducted after establishment of test configurations that were found suitable for specification of
4829-03-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-18/5-4829-03-1
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Assessing Changes to Federal and State Law for Megaregion Planning. Part 1, Defining Federal Constitutional Powers for Megaregion Planning: Recommendations for Transportation Policy
2018 ... Alexander Hunn & Lisa Loftus-Otway · Federal and state transportation laws form the foundation of domestic transportation policies. However, as currently drafted federal laws are not sufficiently developed to support a megaregion transportation regime and will require a formalized approach to be created so that MPOs and
CM2 2017-01 [CTR] ... CM2-2017-1
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0-6857, Cost-Effective Alternatives to Seal Coats
[2018] ... Research Performed by: UT Austin’s Center for Transportation Research; University of Texas at El Paso; Research Supervisor: Dr. Amit Bhasin; Researchers: Angelo Filonzi [and four others] · "Pavement preservation is critical to maintain and operate a cost-effective and safe pavement infrastructure... There are
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Design and Construction of Ultra Thin Overlays as an Alternative to Seal Coats
2018 ... Ramez Hajj [and five others] · Friction loss is one of the most critical issues faced by agencies responsible for preserving a pavement structure. There are various methods used for surface treatments including seal coats, slurry seals, and ultra thin asphalt concrete overlays. Ultra thin overlays have increased in popularity
6857-1 [CTR] ... FHWA/TX-18/0-6857-1; [Product 0-6857-P1]; [Product 0-6857-P2]
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