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dc.contributor.authorTiti, Hani
dc.contributor.authorRuiz, J. Mauricio
dc.contributor.authorResendez, Yadhira A.
dc.contributor.authorDick, Jason C.
dc.contributor.authorRasmussen, Robert O.
dc.contributor.authorMattern, Steven
dc.identifier.otherOCLC: 69863556en
dc.identifier.otherTRID: 01029091en
dc.description105 p.en
dc.description.abstractThis report summarizes the work involved in customizing the HIgh PERformance PAVing (HIPERPAV)? software for the state of Wisconsin. Under this research project, HIPERPAV was customized to use the same terminology and designations currently employed by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) and the Wisconsin concrete pavement industry. Technical documentation describing the proper use of HIPERPAV and selection of input values was produced under this research to further improve the implementation process within the State. In order to accomplish the above, information was obtained from the Wisconsin Highway Research Program (WHRP) oversight committee and Wisconsin stakeholders in the paving industry. In addition, an information search of Wisconsin typical design standards and construction procedures was also performed. Dr. Hani Titi of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee produced a report on the investigation of typical input values and terminology on concrete pavements commonly used in Wisconsin.en
dc.publisherWisconsin Highway Research Programen
dc.subjectDesign standardsen
dc.subjectConcrete pavementsen
dc.subjectResearch reportsen
dc.subjectRoad constructionen
dc.subjectComputer programsen
dc.titleResearch and development of the application of the Federal Highway Administration's HIPERPAV model to Wisconsinen
dc.typeTechnical Reporten

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    The Wisconsin Highway Research Program is intended to integrate the highway research efforts of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, academia, and industry representatives to strategically improve Wisconsin’s highways and transportation system.

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