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I-1 APPENDIX I: CLIMATE DATA OF THE ALTERNATIVE SPS10 FIELD SECTIONS Table I-1. Climate (MERRA Data) Information of SPS10 Sections 04-AA01, 04-AA02, 04-AA03, 04-AA59, 04-AA60, 04-AA61. Year Annual Average Precipitation (mm) Annual Average Temperature (deg C) Annual Average Freeze Index (deg C deg days) Annual Average Humidity Min–Max (%) 2016 365.9 13.7 23 4–115 2017 245.6 14.4 17.1 3–119 2018 330.5 14.1 18 3–110 2019 362.8 13.1 57 4–116 2020 310.8 14.2 16 3–113 2021 312.1 14.1 10 3–117 Table I-2. Climate (MERRA Data) Information of SPS10 Sections 04-BA01, 04-BA02, 04-BA03, 04-BA59, 04-BA60, 04-BA61. Year Annual Average Precipitation (mm) Annual Average Temperature (deg C) Annual Average Freeze Index (deg C deg days) Annual Average Humidity Min–Max (%) 2016 2016 156.1 22.6 0 2017 2017 172.5 22.8 0 2018 2018 165.8 22.4 0 2019 2019 263.8 21.3 0 2020 2020 173.3 22.4 0 2021 2021 162.8 22.5 0 Table I-3. Climate (MERRA Data) Information of SPS10 Sections 12-AA01, 12-AA02, 12-AA03, 12-AA61. Year Annual Average Precipitation (mm) Annual Average Temperature (deg C) Annual Average Freeze Index (deg C deg days) Annual Average Humidity Min–Max (%) 2016 1003.3 19.7 0 7–116 2017 965.7 19.7 2.1 22–122 2018 1518.4 19.5 4 25–123 2019 938.7 20.4 0 21–120 2020 1202.1 19.9 0 24–122 2021 1413.5 19.2 0 20–127

I-2 Table I-4. Climate (MERRA Data) Information of SPS10 Sections 29-AA01, 29-AA02, 29-AA03, 29-AA61, 29-AA62, 29-AA63, 29-AA64. Year Annual Average Precipitation (mm) Annual Average Temperature (deg C) Annual Average Freeze Index (deg C deg days) Annual Average Humidity Min–Max (%) 2016 1262.8 13.7 212 23–122 2017 1245.9 14 135.5 18–126 2018 1113.7 13 233 20–138 2019 1492.4 12.6 224 26–121 2020 1416.6 12.8 118 18–119 2021 1359.4 13.3 193 21–133 Table I-5. Climate (MERRA Data) Information of SPS10 Sections 29-AA65, 29-AA66, 29-AA67. Year Annual Average Precipitation (mm) Annual Average Temperature (deg C) Annual Average Freeze Index (deg C deg days) Annual Average Humidity Min–Max (%) 2016 1179.9 14.2 169 18–129 2017 1210.2 14.5 123.3 17–131 2018 1288.4 13.4 193 18–123 2019 1520.9 13.2 165 21–122 2020 1463.4 13.4 87 16–118 2021 1622.5 13.8 160 20–127 Table I-6. Climate (MERRA Data) Information of SPS10 Sections 40-AA01, 40-AA02, 40-AA03, 40-AA61. Year Annual Average Precipitation (mm) Annual Average Temperature (deg C) Annual Average Freeze Index (deg C deg days) Annual Average Humidity Min–Max (%) 2015 1465 15.8 74 17–121 2016 749.3 16.8 41 18–124 2017 943.1 16.7 42.7 14–128 2018 1047.9 15.6 73 14–131 2019 1062.7 15.2 53 20–134 2020 1025.7 15.9 19 18–126 2021 1031.4 16.2 94 17–136

I-3 Table I-7. Climate (MERRA Data) Information of SPS10 Sections 40-AA62, 40-AA63. Year Annual Average Precipitation (mm) Annual Average Temperature (deg C) Annual Average Freeze Index (deg C deg days) Annual Average Humidity Min–Max (%) 2015 1303.5 15.7 73 17–114 2016 878 16.5 39 16–127 2017 1038.5 16.3 48.5 15–127 2018 806.9 15.5 71 12–128 2019 997.8 14.9 52 18–125 2020 870.8 15.7 20 16–122 2021 879.7 15.9 98 18–134 Table I-8. Climate (MERRA Data) Information of SPS10 Sections 83-AA01, 83-AA02. Year Annual Average Precipitation (mm) Annual Average Temperature (deg C) Annual Average Freeze Index (deg C deg days) Annual Average Humidity Min–Max (%) 2015 551.9 4.5 1497 15–116 2016 827 4.9 1258 21–120 2017 565.7 4 1502.3 17–121 2018 530.6 3 1765 18–112 2019 692.6 2.1 1979 19–111 2020 472.5 3.9 1402 20–113 2021 567.1 5.3 1352 15–111 Table I-9. Climate (MERRA Data) Information of SPS10 Sections 83-AA03, 83-AA61. Year Annual Average Precipitation (mm) Annual Average Temperature (deg C) Annual Average Freeze Index (deg C deg days) Annual Average Humidity Min–Max (%) 2015 608.4 4.7 1488 17–115 2016 778.1 5.1 1307 22–116 2017 616.7 4.3 1508.9 17–113 2018 534.9 3.3 1773 19–111 2019 681.7 2.4 1986 21–111 2020 470.2 4.2 1404 20–113 2021 630.7 5.6 1326 17–109

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Cracking and durability issues of asphalt pavements have been primary concerns of departments of transportation the last two decades. Several modes of asphalt pavement cracking exist—fatigue, top-down, reflective, and thermal—and all are influenced by thermal loading, traffic loading, or a combination of both.

NCHRP Web-Only Document 389: Ruggedness of Laboratory Tests to Assess Cracking Resistance of Asphalt Mixtures, from TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program, documents existing field validation efforts for these four modes of cracking.

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