Structural Design & Pavement Performance

V.44-75, p.143. Use of Bituminous Materials in North Dakota Test Road. Manz, E.

V.44-75, p.162. Adaption of AASHO Interim Guide to Fundamental Concepts. Southgate, H.F.; Deen, R.C. and Havens, J.H.

V.44-75, p.190. Evaluation of Flexible Pavement Design Methodology, Sharma, M.G. and Knis, W.J.

V.44-75, p.219. A Comparison of Layered Theory Design Approaches to Observed Asphalt Airfield Pavement Performance. Witczak, M.W.

V.44-75, p.264. Deflection Behavior of Asphaltic Concrete Pavements. Southgate, H.F. and Deen, R.C.

V.44-75, p.519. Analysis of Failure Modes and Related Required Properties in Asphalt-Treated Cold Mix Bases. Ishai, I.; Herrin, M. and Leverenz, D.G.

V.45-76, p.90. San Diego County Experimental Base Project: Analysis of Performance. Shook, J.F.

V.45-76, p.122. Pavement Evaluation with the Falling Weight Deflectometer . Claessen, A.; Valkering, C.P. and Ditmarsh, R.

V.45-76, p.158. Deflection and Performance of Deep Lift Asphalt Emulsion Base. Beagle, C.W.

V.45-76, p.169. Performance of Asphalt Concrete Pavement Mixtures Produced by the Drum Mixer Process. Terrel, R.L. and Holen, D.J.

V.45-76, p.453. Foamed Bitumen Production and Application of Mixtures Evaluation and Performance of Pavements. Bowering, R.H. and Martin, C.L.

V.45-76, p.492. Minimizing Cracking of Asphalt Concrete Pavements. Finn, F.N.; Nair, K. and Hilliard, J.

V.46-77, p.541. Pennsylvania’s Experrience wit the Design, Construction and Performance of Gussasphalt. Kandhal, P.S. and Mellot, D.B.

V.47-78, p.190. Pavement Condition Evaluation of Asphalt Surfaced Airfield Pavements. Shahin, M.Y.; Darter, M.I. and Kohn, S.D.

V.47-78, p.229. Remaining Life Analysis of Flexible Pavements. Witczak, M.W. and Bell, K.R.

V.47-78, p.281. Permanent Deformation Characteristics of Cement-Emulsion Stabilized Sand. Akili, W. and Monismith, C.L.

V.47-78, p.495. Investigation of Adhesion Properties between Asphaltic-Concrete Layers, Uzan, J.; Livneh, M. and Eshed, Y.

V.48-79, p.1. Evaluation of Construction and Short-Term Performance Problems for Asphalt Pavements in Oregon. Wilson, J.E. and Hicks, R.G.

V.48-79, p.438. The Prediction of Permanent Deformation in Asphalt Pavements. Brown, S.F. and Bell, C.A.

V.48-79, p.477. Reflection Cracking Analysis for Asphaltic Concrete Overlays, Von Quintus, H.; Treybig, H.J. and McCullough, B.F.

V.48-79, p.507. Design and Evaluation of Airport Pavements. Koole, R.C. and Visser, W.

V.48-79, p.541. Full-Depth Pavement Considerations in Seasonal Frost Areas. Eaton, R. and Joubert, R.H.

V.48-79, p.557. A Fundamental Method for Prediction of Roughness, Rutting and Cracking of Pavements. Ullidtz, P.

V.49-80, p.252. Material Characteristics and Predicted Performance of Sulphur-Asphalt Mixtures from In-Service Pavements. Al-Otaishan, A.T.A. and Terrel, R.L.

V.49-80, p.267. Introduction to Symposium on Prevention and Control of Reflective Cracking. Kari, W.J.

V.49-80, p.268. Reflection Cracking: Analyses, Laboratory Studies and Design Considerations. Monismith, C.L. and Coetzee, N.F

V.49-80, p.314. Prevention of Reflective Cracking in Arizona. Way, G.R..

V.49-80, p.330. Applicability of Asphalt-Rubber Membranes in Reducing Reflection Cracking. Vallerga, B.A.; Morris, G.R.; Huffman, J.E. and Huff, B.J.

V.49-80, p.354. Use of Fabric Interlayers to Retard Reflective Cracking. Dykes, J.W.

V.49-80, p.368. Open Graded Asphalt Concrete Base for the Control of Reflective Cracking. Hensley, M.J.

V.49-80, p.381. Reflection Cracking Studies at Thule Airbase, Greenland Using AC 2.5 and Fabrics. Eaton, R.A. and Godfrey, R.N.

V.49-80, p.397. Effectiveness of Fabric and Non-Fabric Treatments in Controlling Reflective Cracking. Mullen, W.G. and Hader, R.J.

V.49-80, p.578. Analysis of High Temperature Instability Failures of Heavily Tafficked Asphalt Pavements. Bissada, A.F.

V.49-80, p.606. The Effect of Truck Design on Pavement Performance. Deen, R.C.; Southgate, H.F.a nd Mayes, J.G.

V.50-81, p.319. Interpretation of Static and Dynamic Deflection Histories in Arizona. Way, George B.

V.50-81, p.345. Pavement Condition and Performance Observations Brampton Test Road. Phang, W.A. and Stott, G.M.

V.51-82, p.1. Pavement Design Considerations for Two-Layer Pavements Containing Open- Graded Asphalt Mixtures. Monismith, C.L. and Wallace, K.

V.51-82, p.53. Prediction of Pavement Cracking at Low Temperatures. Ruth, B.E.; Bloy, L.A.K. and Avital, A.A.

V.51-82, p.129. An Evaluation Scheme for Conventional Requirements of Design and Construction Quality of Asphalt Concrete. Uzan, Joseph

V.51-82, p.150. Finite Element Analysis of Arizona’s Three-Layer Overlay System of Rigid Pavements to Prevent Reflective Cracking. Chen, Nan Jim; DiVito, Jospeh A. and Morris, Gene R.

V.51-82, p.484. Effects of Construction Variations Upon Dynamic Moduli of Asphaltic Concrete, Southgate, H.F.

V.52-83, p.121. Pavement Performance and Asphalt Concrete Mix Design. Finn, F.N.; Monismith, C.L. and Markevich, N.J.

V.52-83, p.224. Drum Mix Versus Batch Plants: Pavement Performance Comparisons. Von Quintus, H.L. and Kennedy, Thomas W.

V.52-83, p.254. Open-Graded Surface Courses in Hot Climates. Hamadani, Shafik, K.

V.52-83, p.271. Factors to be Considered in Developing Performance Based on Specifications. Epps, J.A. and Kari, W.J.

V.52-83, p.489. Prediction of Rut Depth Performance in Flexible Highway Pavements. Uzan, Jacob

V.53-84, p.1. Evaluation of Asphalt Aging in Hot Mix Plants. Lund, John W. and Wilson, James E.

V.53-84, p.98. Functional and Structural Role of Prime Coat in Asphalt Pavement Structures. Ishai, Ilan and Livneh, Moshe.

V.53-84, p.217. Overlay Design-A Synthesis of Methods. Monismith, C.L. and Finn, Fred N.

V.53-84, p.266. Asphalt Overlay Design for Airfield Pavements. Chou, Y.T.

V.53-84, p.285. Deflection Analysis and Case Illustrations of Thin Asphalt Pavements for Overlay Design. Meyer, Frank P.; Haas, Ralph C.G. and Polhill, Dennis.

V.53-84, p.440. Fatigue and Reflection Cracking Due to Traffic Loads. Molenaar, A.A.A.

V.53-84, p.559. Fatigue Behavior of Thin Asphalt Concrete Layers in Flexible Pavement Structures. Craus, J.; Yuce, R. and Monismith, C.L.

V.54-85, p.76. A Five Year Evaluation of Arizona’s Three Layer System on the Durango Curve in Phoenix. McCullagh, Frank R. and Foppe, Lawrence E.

V.54-85, p.304. The Strength of Asphalt Pavements. Foster, Charles.

V.54-85, p.432. A Flexible Pavement Structural Evaluation System Based on Dynamic Deflections. Uddin, Waheed; Meyer, A.H. and Hudson, W.R.

V.54-85, p.635. Prediction of Asphalt Performance by HPGPC. Jennings, Wyn

V.55-86, p.453. Effects of Stress Absorbing Membrane Interlayers, Molenaar, A.A.A.; Heerkens, J.C.P. and Verhoeven, J.H.M.

V.56-87, p.361. Blistering of Asphalt Overlays Caused by Micro-organisms. Brown, Lew R. and Darnell, Timothy R.

V.56-87, p.278. A Conceptual Framework for Development of Performance-Based Specifications. Fernando, E.G; Anderson, D.A.; Luhr, D.R.; Antle, C.E. and Siddiqui, Zahur

V.56-87, p.380. Pressure Heaving or Asphalt Pavement Overlay. Hironaka, M.C. and Holland, T.J.

V.56-87, p.711. Sawing Joints in Asphalt Pavements. Herring, Stanley

V.57-88, p.389. Flexible Pavement Designs Based on Work. Southgate, Herbert and Deen, Robert C.

V.57-88, p.464. Thermal Rippling of Asphalt Concrete Pavements. Roque, Reynaldo; Hardee, H Kenneth and Ruth, Byron E.

V.57-88, p.484. A Practical Approach to the Evaluation of Bituminous Mix Properties for the Structural Design of Asphalt Pavements. Rowe, G.M. and Cooper, K.E.

V.57-88, p.502. Interpretation Problems and Reliability of Falling Weight Deflection (FWD) Measurements on Three Layer Systems. Pronk, A.C.

V.57-88, p.519. Asphalt Mixture Characteristics and Related Pavement Performance. Ford Jr., M.C. and Hensley, M.J.

V.58-89, p.1. A Study of In-Place Rutting of Asphalt Pavements. Brown, E.R. and Cross, Stephen A.

V.58-89, p.77. Evaluation and Response of Aged Flexible Airfield Pavements at Ambient Temperatures Using the Falling Weight Deflectometer. Manzione, Charles W.

V.58-89, p.109. The Synthesis of Mixture Strength Parameters Applied to the Determination of AASHTO Layer Coefficient Distributions. Coree, Brian J. and White, Thomas D.

V.58-89, p.142. A Field Study of Premature Surface Cracking in Asphalt. Malan, G.W.; Straus, P.J. and Hugo, F.

V.58-89, p.245. The Role of the Binder Content in the Performance-Related Properties of Asphaltic Mixes for Surface Layers. Valkering, C.P. and Van Gooswilligen, G.

V.58-89, p.410. Relationship of Paving Asphalt Temperature Susceptibility as Measured by PVN to Paving Asphalt Specifications, Asphalt Paving Mixture Design and Asphalt Pavement Performance. McLeod, Norman W.

V.58-89, p.490. Symposium: Pavement Performance-Framework for Success. Scherocman, James A. and Wood, Leonard E.

V.58-89, p.492. Aggregate Properties Related to Pavement Performance. Dukatz, Ervin L. Jr.

V.58-89, p.503. Asphalt Cement Properties Related to Pavement Performance. Decker, Dale S. and Goodrich, Joseph L.

V.58-89, p.519. The Effects of Testing and Production Procedures on Mix Design Results. Root, Richard E.

V.58-89, p.528. Asphalt Concrete Mix Properties Related to Pavement Performance. Smith, Richard W.

V.58-89, p.553. AAMAS Mixture Properties Related to Pavement Performance. Von Quintus, Harold L. and Kennedy, Thomas W.

V.58-89, p.571. Hot Mix Asphalt Production, Placement and Compaction Related to Pavement Performance. Scherocman, James A. and Acott, Mike

V.58-89, p.595. Paving Specifications and Inspection Related to Pavement Performance. Harm, Eric E. and Hughes, C.S.

V.59-90, p.240. Chemical and Mechanical Evaluation on Healing of Asphalt Concrete. Kim, Y Richard; Little, Dallas N. and Benson, Fred

V.59-90, p.422. Behavior of Bituminous Materials Under Moving Wheel Loads. Muhtala, Matti; Alkio, Risto; Pihlajam?ki, Jari; Pienim?ki, Markku and Halonene, Pekka.

V.59-90, p.481. Mitigation of Instability Rutting of Asphalt Concrete Pavements in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. Dawley, C.B.; Hogeweide, B.L. and Anderson, K.O.

V.59-90, p.560. A Comprehensive Approach to the Rutting Problem in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Al-Dhalaan, M.A.; Khan, S.; Farouki, T.A. and Farwana, T.A.

V.59-90, p.590. rutting Resistance of Asphalt Mixes Containing Non-Convectional and Polymer Modified Binders. Valkering, C.P.; Lancon, D.J.L.; deHilster, E. and Stoker, D.A.

V.59-90, p.621. Status of SHRP Programs-Long Term Pavement Performance (LTPP). Skok, E.L. and Ingberg, R.C.

V.60-91, p.1. Kentucky’s Experience with Large Size Aggregate in Bituminous Hot Mix. Anderson, R.; Walker, D.; Scherocman, J.A. and Epley, L.E.

V.60-91, p.19. Performance Evaluation of Open-Graded Asphalt Concrete Mixtures Used in Oregon. Huddleston, U.J.; Zhour, H. and Hicks, R.G.

V.60-91, p.310. Reflection Cracking in Asphalt Overlays, Caltabiano, M.A. and Brunton, J.M.

V.60-91, p.364. A Computerized Mechanistic System for Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Flexible Pavements. Guan, L.; Ruth, B.E. and Roque, R.

V.60-91, p.403. Strategic Highway Research Program Asphalt Research-An Overview. Moulthrop, J.S.; Cominsky, R.J.; Kennedy, T.W. and Harrigan, E.T.

V.61-92, p.361. Functional Versus Structural Overlay of Concrete Pavements. White, T.D. and Pumphyrey, N.D.

V.61-92, p.535. A National Study of Rutting in Asphalt Pavement. Brown, Elton R. and Cross, Stephen A.

V.63-94, p.481. Load Equivalency Factors for Asphalt Pavements. Zaghloul, Sameh and White, Thomas

V.64-95, p.278. Prediction by Asphalt Pavement Structural Layer Moduli Using Optimized FWD Configuration. Roque, Reynaldo, Romero, Pedro, Shen, Xueshen and Ruth, Byron

V.64-95, p.636. Experience with Superpave Mixtures-Update on Constructed FHWA/LTPP SPS- 9 Projects. Johnson, Ann M., Skok, Jr., Eugene L. and Symons, Monte G.

V.65-96, p.255. Validation of Experiments for Permanent Deformation Testing of Bituminous Mixtures. Brown, Stephen and Gibb, J. Michael.

V.65-96, p.449. Effect of Asphalt Binder on Pavement Performance: An Investigation Using the Superpave Mix Design System. Zhang, Xishun and Huber, Gerald.

V.65-96. p.491. Prediction of Low-Temperature Cracking of Pennsylvania Project Using Superpave Binder Specifications. Kandhal, Prithvi; Dongr?, Raj and Malone, Mark.

V.65-96, p.573. Asphalt Concrete Characterization for Pavement Performance Prediction. Uzan, Jacob.

V.65-96, p.712. Case History: I-10 Pavement Distress. Paul, Harold.

V.67-98, p.401. Mechanisms of Surface-Initiated Longitudinal Wheel Patch Cracks in High- Type Bituminous Pavements. Myers, Leslie, Roque, Reynaldo and Ruth, Byron.

V.68-99, p.222. Prediction of the Performance of Mineral Fillers in SMA. Shashidhar, N., Needham, S.P., Chollar, B.H. and Romero, P.

V.68-99, p.252. Laboratory Performance Evaluation, SMA, CMHB and Dense Graded Asphalt Mixtures. Mohammad, Louay, Huang, Baoshan, Tan, Zhengzheng and Zhang Xishun.

V.68-99, p.284. Investigation of the System Filler and Asphalt Binders by Rheological Means. Gubler, Remy, Partl, Manfred, Liu, Yang and Anderson, David.

V.70-01, p.301. Premature Failure of Asphalt Overlays from Stripping: Case Histories, Kandhal, P., Rickards, I.

V.70-01, p.543. A Study of Grid Reinforced Asphalt to Combat Reflection Cracking, Brown, S., Thom, N.H., Sanders, P.J.