Accelerated Implementation of Intelligent Compaction Technology for Embankment Subgrade Soils, Aggregate Base, and Asphalt Pavement Materials

Project Details
STATUS

Completed

START DATE

09/01/07

END DATE

08/01/11

RESEARCH CENTERS InTrans, CEER, CTRE
SPONSORS

Ammann Construction Equipment
Bomag Americas, Inc.
Case Construction Equipment
Dynapac
Federal Highway Administration Transportation Pooled Fund (TPF-5(128))
Sakai Heavy Industries Ltd.
State DOT Partners: IN, KS, MN, MS, ND, NY, TX
Transtec Group

Researchers
Principal Investigator
David White

Geotechnical Engineer

Co-Principal Investigator
Heath Gieselman

Assistant Scientist

Co-Principal Investigator
Pavana Vennapusa

Research Assistant Professor

About the research

A full description of the project is available on the Federal Highway Administration pooled fund study website.

CEER team members are involved in the project to provide expertise with compaction monitoring technologies, conduct in-situ testing on field project sites using the Geotechnical Mobile Lab and open houses on field project sites to disseminate project findings, and provide training to agency and industry participants.

Computer display in roller cabin on Dynapac RICM smooth drum roller. FM156 Fort Worth, TX
Compaction of lime stabilized subgrade using Case padfoot RICM roller. FM 156 Fort Worth, TX
Static plate load testing. RM 156 Fort Worth, TX
Compaction of lime stabilized subgrade using Case padfoot RICM roller. FM 156 Fort Worth, TX
LWD testing by DOT field engineers. SR25 West Lafayette, IN
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