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Suggested Citation:"Renewal Technical Coordinating Committee." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2009. A Plan for Developing High-Speed, Nondestructive Testing Procedures for Both Design Evaluation and Construction Inspection. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/23014.
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TRB OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE FOR THE STRATEGIC HIGHWAY RESEARCH PROGRAM 2* CHAIR: Kirk T. Steudle, Director, Michigan Department of Transportation MEMBERS Anne P. Canby, President, Surface Transportation Policy Partnership Alan C. Clark, MPO Director, Houston-Galveston Area Council Frank L. Danchetz, Vice President, ARCADIS G&M, Inc. Dan Flowers, Director, Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department Stanley Gee, Executive Deputy Commissioner, New York State Department of Transportation Michael P. Lewis, Director, Rhode Island Department of Transportation Susan Martinovich, Director, Nevada Department of Transportation John R. Njord, Executive Director, Utah Department of Transportation Charles F. Potts, Chief Executive Officer, Heritage Construction and Materials Pete K. Rahn, Director, Missouri Department of Transportation Gerald Ross, Chief Engineer, Georgia Department of Transportation George E. Schoener, Executive Director, I-95 Corridor Coalition Kumares C. Sinha, Olson Distinguished Professor of Civil Engineering, Purdue University EX OFFICIO Andrew T. Horosko, Deputy Minister, Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation John C. Horsley, Executive Director, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials LIAISONS John Pearson, Program Director, Council of Deputy Ministers Responsible for Transportation and Highway Safety Jack D. Jernigan, Legislation & Budget Analyst, Corporate Research, Technology & Innovation Management Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center RENEWAL TECHNICAL COORDINATING COMMITTEE* CHAIR: Randell H. Iwasaki, Director, California Department of Transportation MEMBERS Rachel Arulraj, Director of Virtual Design & Construction, Parsons Brinckerhoff Michael E. Ayers, Director of PavementTechnology Services, American Concrete Pavement Association Thomas E. Baker, State Materials Engineer, Washington State Department of Transportation John E. Breen, Al-Rashid Chair in Civil Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin Daniel D’Angelo, Director and Deputy Chief Engineer, Office of Design, New York State Department of Transportation Steven D. DeWitt, Chief Engineer, North Carolina Turnpike Authority Tom Donovan, Senior Right of Way Agent, Utility Relocations, California Department of Transportation Alan D. Fisher, Manager, Construction Structures Group, Cianbro Corporation Michael Hemmingsen, Davison Transportation Service Center Manager, Michigan Department of Transportation Bruce Johnson, State Bridge Engineer, Oregon DOT, Bridge Engineering Section Leonnie Kavanagh, PhD Candidate, Seasonal Lecturer, Civil Engineering Dept., University of Manitoba Thomas W. Pelnik III, Director, Innovative Project Delivery Division, Virginia Department of Transportation Mary Lou Ralls, Principal, Ralls Newman, LLC John J. Robinson, Jr., Assistant Chief Counsel, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Governor’s Office of General Counsel Michael Ryan, Vice President, Michael Baker Jr., Inc. Cliff J. Schexnayder, Eminent Scholar Emeritus Ted M Scott, II, Director, Special Projects, American Trucking Associations, Inc Gary D. Taylor, Professional Engineer Thomas R. Warne, President, Tom Warne and Associates, LLC Gary C. Whited, Program Manager, Construction and Materials Support Center University of Wisconsin-Madison AASHTO LIAISON James T. McDonnell, Associate Program Director for Engineering, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials FHWA LIAISONS Cheryl Richter, Technical Director, Pavement R&D, Federal Highway Administration Steve Gaj, Leader, System Management and Monitoring Team, Office of Asset Management, FHWA CANADA LIAISON Lance Vigfusson, Assistant Deputy Minister of Engineering & Operations, Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation *Membership as of August 2009.

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TRB’s second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) Report S2-R06-RW: A Plan for Developing High-Speed, Nondestructive Testing Procedures for Both Design Evaluation and Construction Inspection examines existing and emerging nondestructive evaluation (NDE) technologies and their current state of implementation to satisfy the NDE needs for highway renewal.

The report also explores a research plan for the development of NDE technologies to address the most pertinent needs for bridges, pavements, tunnels, soils, and retaining walls through the life of the facility.

Report S2-R06-RW is only available in electronic format.

SHRP 2 Renewal Project R06, which oversaw production of Report S2-R06-RW, spawned seven follow-up projects to the report. Reports on the seven follow-up projects that are currently available include the following:

• SHRP 2 Renewal Project R06A, which has released SHRP 2 Report S2-R06A-RR-1: Nondestructive Testing to Identify Concrete Bridge Deck Deterioration that identifies nondestructive testing technologies for detecting and characterizing common forms of deterioration in concrete bridge decks.

• SHRP 2 Renewal Project R06B, which has released SHRP 2 Report S2-R06B-RR-1: Evaluating Applications of Field Spectroscopy Devices to Fingerprint Commonly Used Construction Materials that documents evaluation results of practical, portable spectroscopic equipment for in-situ analysis of a wide range of commonly used construction materials.

• SHRP 2 Renewal Project R06C, which has released SHRP 2 Report S2-R06C-RR-1: Using Infrared and High-Speed Ground-Penetrating Radar for Uniformity Measurements on New HMA Layers that explores infrared imaging and ground-penetrating radar technologies as nondestructive techniques to assess hot mix asphalt (HMA) density and degree of segregation.

• SHRP 2 Renewal Project R06D, which has released SHRP 2 Report S2-R06D-RR-1: Nondestructive Testing to Identify Delaminations between HMA Layers that catalog existing continuous deflection measuring technologies, assesses the capabilities of select devices; includes case studies that illustrate the application of the technology for supporting various pavement management decision-making processes; and highlights potential future research needs in the area of continuous pavement deflection measuring technologies.

• SHRP 2 Renewal Project R06E, which has released SHRP 2 Report S2-R06E-RR-1: Real-Time Smoothness Measurements on Portland Cement Concrete Pavements During Construction that explores real-time smoothness measuring technologies for concrete paving.

• SHRP 2 Renewal Project R06F, which has released SHRP 2 Report S2-R06F-RW-1: Assessment of Continuous Pavement Deflection Measuring Technologies that documents the results of an evaluation of practical portable spectroscopic equipment for in-situ analysis of a wide range of commonly used construction materials.

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