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Sustainable Perpetual Pavements
An asphalt perpetual pavement, properly designed and constructed, lasts longer than 50 years without requiring major structural rehabilitation or reconstruction, and needs only periodic surface renewal in response to distress confined to the top of the pavement. This webinar will discuss material and design selection, current perpetual pavement thickness practices, and present the latest award-winning perpetual pavements.

Attendees will be able to:
1. Design criteria needed to achieve a sustainable asphalt perpetual pavement.
2. Understand pavement concepts to compute maximum pavement thicknesses.
3. Use modern computational design tools for perpetual pavements.
4. See the latest award-winning perpetual pavements.

Apr 4, 2023 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Dave Timm
Brasfield & Gorrie Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering @Auburn University
Dr. David Timm is the Brasfield & Gorrie Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering at Auburn University where he’s been a faculty member since 2001. He earned his BCE, MS and PhD degrees in civil engineering from the University of Minnesota where he worked on the Minnesota Road Research Projected (MnROAD). At Auburn University, he works extensively with the National Center for Asphalt Technology (NCAT) on full-scale accelerated asphalt pavement testing at the Test Track and teaches courses in pavement materials and structural pavement design. Dr. Timm is the past chairman of the TRB committee on the Design & Rehabilitation of Asphalt Pavements (AKP30), served on the NCAT Board of Directors and is the Associate Chair of his department. He is also a registered professional engineer in Alabama.