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Use of PMS Data to Calibrate the
Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide Workshop
Wednesday - September 20, 2006 Rocky Hill, CT
TOPIC PRESENTER DURATION
Welcome James Sime - ConnDOT 2:32
Module 1: Introduction and Objective of the Study
Steve Gaj - FHWA
4:15
10:11
Module 2: Background of PMS Tied to Pavement Design
Ronald Hudson – AgileAssets
43:39
15:36
Module 3: Synthesis of Findings for Eight State Visits
a) PMS Data, Performance, etc.
b) Traffic Data
c) Materials Data
Pim Visser – AgileAssets
Charles Dougan – AgileAssets
Charles Dougan - AgileAssets
29:29
10:35
14:02
8:20
12:57
14:08
Module 4: Climatic Data – Key Issues
29:41
4:57
Module 5: Approach to Using PMS for Long-Term Integration and Calibration – e.g., one section at a time
Ronald Hudson - AgileAssets
39:24
7:45
Module 6: Experience with M/E Shell Pavement Design Guide Pim Visser – AgileAssets 22:31
Module 7: Current State Involvement with the New Guide
25:31
11:31
Module 8: Review Summary of Findings Ronald Hudson – AgileAssets 10:42
Module 9: Software Inputs for Pavement Rehabilitation
23:45
2:08
Module 10: Status and Updates Gary Crawford - FHWA 29:35
Module 11: The Path Forward (where do we go from here?) Steve Gaj (FHWA) and group comments 11:35