June 2015 CP Road Map E-News Released
News from the Road highlights research around the United States that is helping the concrete pavement community meet the research objectives outlined in the “Long-Term Plan for Concrete Pavement Research & Technology—CP Road Map”. To read each of the articles from the News from the Road Featured Headlines below, please read the CP Road Map June 2015:
- Spring 2015 National Concrete Consortium Meeting
- Development and Evaluation of Vibrating Kelly Ball Test for the Workability of Concrete
- Drinking Water Treatment Waste as a Low-Cost Curing Agent for Concrete
- MnROAD: Improving the Performance of Concrete Joints Using Geo-Composite Drain
- Effect of Materials and Age on the Coefficient of Thermal Expansion of Concrete Paving Mixture
Updates from the States—South Dakota: The South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) conducts research to improve transportation technology. Specific goals include evaluation of new materials and methods, development of design and analysis techniques, and study of underlying causes of transportation problems.
New Moving Advancements into Practice (MAP) Briefs describe promising research and technologies that can be used now to enhance concrete paving practices. The June 2015 MAP Brief, “Pavement Joint Deterioration: Recent Findings to Reduce the Potential for Damage” describes the causes of concrete pavement joint deterioration, ongoing research to study the problem, and recommendations for prevention.
To read the June 2015 CP Road Map, and the articles from the News from the Road Featured Headlines, please click here.
To read the Updates from the States-South Dakota, please click here.
To read the 6-page June 2015 MAP Brief, “Pavement Joint Deterioration: Recent Findings to Reduce the Potential for Damage”, please click here.
To find out more about the CP Road Map, or to get involved, contact: Steve Klocke: E-Mail: email@example.com | Phone: 515-964-2020