Geogrids confine and increase the strength of subbase layers resulting in an increased long-term pavement performance.
What does LTPP stand for?
LTPP stands for Long-Term Pavement Performance
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We have 3 other meanings of LTPP in our Acronym Attic
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- Lanczos Type Product Method (mathematics)
- Law Technology Product News (blog)
- Local Transport Planning Network (UK)
- Long Term Parenteral Nutrition (gastroenterology)
- Low Temperature Plasma Nitriding
- Long-Term Programme Office (European Space Agency)
- Lower Tier Project Office
- Louisiana Tactical Police Officers' Association
- Long Term Planning Project
- Long-Term Perspective Project (environmental research)
- Long-Term Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy
- Ligue de Tournois de Poker du Québec (Quebec Poker Tournament League)
- Land Tenure and Property Rights
- Landlord-Tenant Practice Reporter (public review tool)
- Laparoscopic Transabdominal Preperitoneal Hernia Repair (surgical method)
- Loeffler Tuggey Pauerstein Rosenthal, LLC (now Gray Loeffler, LLC; consulting; multiple US locations)
- Long-Term Prime Rate
- Lower Thermosphere Profiler Radar
- Lufthansa Technik Puerto Rico
Samples in periodicals archive:
Results of Long-Term Pavement Performance SPS-3 Analysis: Preventive Maintenance Of Flexible Pavements (TechBrief) Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-11-049 [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Treatments applied to pavements can delay or mitigate existing wear and tear, improving pavement performance and prolonging pavement life rather than increasing structural capacity.
In 2005, the company won the contract to collect data on all vehicles throughout the United States as part of the country's long-term pavement performance program.
Long-Term Pavement Performance Program: Accomplishments and Benefits 1989-2009 Publication No.
If these data are unavailable, the program contains a compiled dataset of default inputs pulled from sources such as the FHWA Long-Term Pavement Performance program and National Climatic Data Center.
Since 1987, the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) program, the most comprehensive pavement research program ever undertaken, has addressed the related issues of improving pavement performance and optimizing the Nation's investment in the surface transportation system.
With the goal of evaluating long-term pavement performance accurately, researchers have developed advanced models for asphalt concrete under complex loading conditions.
FHWA-HRT-09-052 The Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) program reached its 20-year pavement monitoring milestone in 2009.