Development of an empirical-mechanistic model of overlay crack progression using data from the Washington State PMS database (eBook, 2008) [WorldCat.org]
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Development of an empirical-mechanistic model of overlay crack progression using data from the Washington State PMS database

Author: Ziad Salim NakatSamer MadanatFrank FarshidiJohn Thaddeus HarveyCalifornia. Department of Transportation. Division of Research and Innovation,All authors
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. ; Davis, Calif. : University of California Pavement Research Center, [2008]
Series: Research report (University of California (System). Pavement Research Center), UCPRC-RR-2006-15
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ziad Salim Nakat; Samer Madanat; Frank Farshidi; John Thaddeus Harvey; California. Department of Transportation. Division of Research and Innovation,; University of California (System). Pavement Research Center,
OCLC Number: 951633206
Notes: Title from PDF title page (viewed on June 13, 2016).
"Report prepared for the California Department of Transportation through the Partnered Pavement Research Center Contract Strategic Plan Item 3.2.5: Documentation of Pavement Performance Data for Pavement Preservation Strategies and Evaluation of Cost-effectiveness of Such Strategies"."
"December 2006; October 2008."
"Date work submitted: July 3, 2007"--Document retrieval page.
"FHWA no.: CA091072A"--Document retrieval page.
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 74 pages) : 1 illustration, color charts
Series Title: Research report (University of California (System). Pavement Research Center), UCPRC-RR-2006-15
Responsibility: Z. Nakat, S. Madanat, F. Farshidi, and J. Harvey.

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