E17 on Vehicle-Pavement Systems

    International Symposium on

    Pavement Performance: Trends, Advances, and Challenges

    December 5, 2011

    Tampa, FL

    Effects of Pavement Rehabilitation Activities on Pavement Friction
    N. Bandara, Michigan Department of Transportation, Southfield, MI, USA

    Evaluating Polish Resistance of Tennessee Bituminous Surface Aggregates
    L. K. Crouch, Tennessee Technological University, Cookesville, TN, USA; and
    H. Brown, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN, USA

    Effect of Water, Speed, and Grade on Continuous Friction Measurement Equipment (CFMEs)
    G. Flintsch and E. D. de len Izeppi, Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA

    Ascertaining Parametric Correlations between Lock Wheel Friction Testing and Fixed Slip Friction
    K. Gaspard and Z. Zhang, Louisiana Transportation Research Center, Baton Rouge, LA, USA

    Pavement Surface Microtexture: Testing, Characterization, and Frictional Interpretation Measurement
    S. Li and S. Noureldin, Indiana Department of Transportation, West Lafayette, IN, USA

    Rolling Resistance of Typical Swedish Pavements
    U. Sandberg, Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute, Linkoping, Sweden; and
    G. Hayhoe, FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center, Atlantic City, NJ, USA

    Geometric and Functional Characterization of Pavement Texture
    R. Rasmussen and R. Sohaney, The Transtec Group Inc., Austin, TX, USA

    Performance of Exposed Aggregate Surface Texture under High Volume Traffic
    B. I. Izevbekhai and A. K. Akkari, Minnesota Department of Transportation, Maplewood, MN, USA

    On-Board Sound Intensity Comparisons for Pavements in New Jersey and Massachusetts
    J. R. Hencken and E Haas, Rutgers University - CAIT, Piscataway, NJ, USA

    Estimating Acoustic Performance Trend of Various Asphalt Surface Mixtures Based on Field
    Q. Lu, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA; and J. Harvey, University of California - Davis, Davis, CA, USA

    Measuring and Predicting Tire-Pavement Noise using On-Board Sound Intensity
    R. Rasmussen and R. Sohaney, The Transtec Group Inc, Auburn, AL, USA

    Comparison of FWD and RWD Deflections on Perpetual Pavement Sections in Kansas
    D. S. Gedafa, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND, USA

    Case Studies Using Falling Weight Deflectometer Data with Mechanistic-Empirical Design and Analysis
    L. M. Pierce and K. D. Smith, Applied Pavement Technology, Inc., Santa Fe, MN, USA

    Practical Implementation of Automated Fault Measurement Based on Pavement Profiles
    G. K. Chang, Transtec Group, Austin, TX, USA; J. Watkins, Mississippi DOT, Jackson, MS, USA; and
    R. Orthmeyer, FHWA, Matteson, IL, USA

    Proactive Pavement Smoothness from the Base Upward
    S. Goodman, AME Materials Engineering, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; R. Namjouy, AME Materials Engineering, Caledon, Ontario, Canada

    Golden-Car Simulation Speed and its Implications to the Relevance of the IRI
    S. Karamihas, UMTRI, Ann Arbor, MI, USA

    Comparison of Rut Depth Measurement and Geometric Analysis Methodologies at the NCAT Pavement Test Track
    B. Powell, National Center for Asphalt Technology, Auburn, AL, USA