Webinar - Using Structural Design Software for the Design of Municipal Roadways
Using Structural Design Software for the Design of Municipal Roadways
October 16, 2012
2:00 pm eastern
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$45 ICPI members/$90 non-members (includes software)
David Smith, Technical Director, ICPI
Robert Bowers, P. Eng., Director of Engineering, ICPI
This one-hour webinar focuses on the practical aspects of municipal road design using interlocking concrete pavements. The webinar outlines the input requirements for appropriate structural design with granular, asphalt, cement and asphalt treated bases. The session includes a demonstration of ICPI structural design software based on the ASCE 58-10 standard for interlocking concrete pavements. Participants will gain an understanding of the pavement materials options and how to determine base thicknesses based on traffic, soils and environmental inputs. Registration includes software.
- Identify design input requirements to enable the use of the standard
- Select an appropriate base and subbase type and thickness to support the anticipated traffic
- Specify the appropriate design elements to ensure quality construction and maximize pavement performance
This program is registered with AIA and ASLA for 1 HSW learning unit/hour and is approved for 1 CE credit for ICPI Certified Installers.
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