Browse Research and Publications - Illinois Center for Transporation by Author "Tutumluer, Erol"

  • Tutumluer, Erol; Mishra, Debakanta; Butt, Abbas A. (2009-12)
    Construction of a pavement working platform is often needed on soft, unstable soils to provide sufficient stability and adequate immediate support for equipment mobility and paving operations without developing excessive ...

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  • Tutumluer, Erol; Sarker, Priyanka (Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2015-07)
    In this research study, 20 pavement sections were selected from six counties in Illinois, with varying structural and traffic characteristics. Falling weight deflectometer (FWD) tests were conducted on these road segments ...

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  • Kazmee, Hasan; Tutumluer, Erol (Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2015-07)
    With recent focus on sustainable construction practices and the ever-increasing transportation costs and scarcity of natural resources, integration of large-size and marginally acceptable aggregates and recycled materials ...

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  • Deniz, Derya; Tutumluer, Erol; Popovics, John S. (2009-08)
    Reclaimed asphalt pavement (RAP) is the reprocessed hot-mix asphalt (HMA) pavement material containing asphalt and aggregates. A viable solution for deposing of large quantities of RAP is to incorporate them into base and ...

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  • Qamhia, Issam; Tutumluer, Erol; Ozer, Hasan (Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2018-10)
    Research efforts at the Illinois Center for Transportation (ICT) focused on evaluating new sustainable applications of Quarry By-products (QB) or QB mixed with other marginal, virgin, or recycled aggregate materials in ...

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  • Mishra, Debakanta; Tutumluer, Erol (2013-04)
    The project objective was to validate the results from ICT Project R27-1, which characterized in the laboratory the strength, stiffness, and deformation behaviors of three different aggregate types commonly used in ...

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  • Tutumluer, Erol; Pan, Tongyan; Carpenter, Samuel H. (2005-02)
    The objectives of this FHWA pooled fund research project included the measurement of imaging based volumetric and morphological indices of coarse aggregates and their correlations with laboratory and field performance ...

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  • Hossain, Mohammad I; Tutumluer, Erol (Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2019-06)
    The objective of this research project was to develop methodologies for the evaluation of different types of seal-coated, gravel, and dirt roads by using a best-practice-oriented pavement-management system in Illinois. A ...

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  • Pekcan, Onur; Tutumluer, Erol; Thompson, Marshall R. (Illinois Center for Transportation, 2008-09)
    The overall objective in this research project is to develop advanced pavement structural analysis models for more accurate solutions with fast computation schemes. Soft computing and modeling approaches, specifically ...

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  • Osouli, Abdolreza; Tutumluer, Erol; Vaughn, Brent (Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2018-10)
    In pavement unbound aggregate layers, fines content (passing No. 200 sieve size or finer than 0.075 mm) characteristics influence the aggregate matrix strength and the modulus and deformation behavior. A laboratory ...

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  • Tutumluer, Erol; Ozer, Hasan; Hou, Wenting; Mwumvaneza, Vincent (Illinois Center for Transportation/Illinois Department of Transportation, 2015-06)
    Increased emphasis in the construction industry on sustainability and recycling requires production of aggregate gradations with lower dust (cleaner aggregates) and smaller maximum sizes—hence, increased amount of quarry ...

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  • Tutumluer, Erol; Rao, Chetana; Stefanski, Joseph A. (2000-07)
    This study focused on evaluating performances of different video imaging systems, both commercially available and newly developed, for automating the determination of coarse aggregate (nominal size greater than 4.75 mm or ...

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