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  • Yoo, T.S., and Selig, E.T. (1979). “Dynamics of vibratory-roller compaction,” Journal of the Geotechnical Engineering Division, ASCE, 105(GT10), 1211–1231.
  • Thurner, H. (1980). “The compactometer principle: Contribution to the discussion in Session IV.” Proc., Intl. Conf. on Compaction, Vol. II, Paris.
  • Yoo, T.S., and Selig, E.T. (1980). “New concepts for vibratory compaction of soil,” Proc., Intl. Conf. on Compaction, Vol. II, Paris.
  • Forssblad, L. (1980). “Compaction meter on vibrating rollers for improved compaction control”, Proc., Intl. Conf. on Compaction, Vol. II, 541-546, Paris.
  • Hansbo, S., and Pramborg, B. (1980). “Compaction control.” Proc., Intl. Conf. on Compaction, Vol. II, 559-564, Paris.
  • Machet, J.M. (1980). “Compactor-mounted control devices”, Proc., Intl. Conf.on Compaction, Vol. II, 577-581, Paris.
  • Thurner, H. and Sandström, Å. (1980). “A new device for instant compaction control.” Proc., Intl. Conf. on Compaction, Vol. II, 611-614, Paris.
  • Machet, J.M., and Sanejouand, R. (1980). “Modules mathematiques dans le domaine du compactage par vibration”, Proc., Intl. Conf. on Compaction, Vol. II, Paris.
  • Yoo, T., and Selig, E. (1980). “New concepts for vibratory compaction of soil”, Proc., Intl. Conf. on Compaction, Vol. II, 703-707,Paris.
  • Floss, R., Gruber, N.,and Obermayer, J. (1983). “A dynamical test method for continuous compaction control.” Proc. 8th European Conf. on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Rathmayer, H.G., and Saari, K.H.O., Eds., May, Helsinki, 25-30.
  • Kröber, W. (1988). “Untersuchung der dynamischen vorgäge bei der vibrationsverdichtung von böden (analysis of dynamic operation during the vibrational compaction of soil),” Dissertation, Lehrstuhl und Prufamt fur Grundbau, Bodenmechanik und Felsmechanik der Technischen Universität, Munchen, Schriftenreihe Heft 11, Munchen.
  • Samaras, A., Lamm, R., and Treiterer, J. (1991). “Application of continuous dynamic compaction control for earthworks in railroad construction.” Transportation Research Record No. 1309, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, National Academy Press, 42-46.
  • Thurner, H. and Sandström, Å. (1991). “Quality assurance in soil compaction,” Proc., XIXth PIARC World Road Congress, 468-477, Marrakesh.
  • Pietzsch, D., and Poppy, W. (1992). “Simulation of soil compaction with vibratory rollers”, Journal of Terramechanics, 29(6), 585-597.
  • Sandström, Å. (1993). “Oscillatory compaction.” Proc., XII IRF World Road Congress, 957-961, May, Madrid.
  • Thurner, H. (1993). ” Continuous compaction control – specifications and experience.” Proc., XII IRF World Congress, 951-956, Madrid.
  • Grabe, J. (1994). “Spatial variation of soil stiffness: spectral density approach,” Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 13, Great Britain, pp. 25–29.
  • Iwakuma, H., and Sumiyoshi, K. (1995). “The effect of compaction by the vibratory roller”, Proc., of the 4th Asia-Pacific Regional Conf. of the ISTVS: Oskonowa, Japan, November, 157-163.
  • Tateyama, K., Nakajima, S., and Fujiyama, T. (1995). “The evaluation of ground properties and its application to the automatic control of vibratory soil comapctors,” Automattion and Robotics in Construction XII, Bundy, McCrea, and Szymanski (Eds), 563 – 570.
  • Geistlinger, L. (1996). “Onboard compaction meters make inroads into U.S. market”, Roads & Bridges Magazine, 34(8), August, 40 – 42.
  • Adam, D. (1997). “Flächendeckende dynamische verdichtungs kontrolle (FDVK) mit vibrationswalzen sonderdruck (Surface covering dynamic compaction control with vibration rollers – special edition.” Österreichische Geotechniktagung (Austrian Geotechnique Conf.), 26 and 27 May, Vienna.
  • Adam, D., and Brandl, H. (1997). “Roller-Integrated Continuous Compaction Control of Soils”, Proc., 3rd Intl. Conf. on Soil Dynamics (ICSD-III), August, Tiberias, Israel.
  • Brandl, H., and Adam, D. (1997). “Sophisticated Continuous Compaction Control of Soils and Granular Materials” Proc., XIVth Intl. Conf. on Soil Mechanics & Foundation Engineering, Vol. 1, September, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Adam, D. (1997). “Continuous compaction control (CCC) with vibratory rollers,” Proc., GeoEnvironment 97 1st Australia – New Zealand Conf. on Environmental Geotechnics, 245 – 250, November, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Adam, D., and Kopf, F. (1998). “Application of continuous compaction control (CCC) to waste disposal liners”, Proc. 3rd Intl. Congress on Environmental Geotechnics, September, Lisboa, Portugal.
  • Uchiyama, K., Kanamori, Y., Nohse, Y., and Mitsui, A. (1998). “Influence of soil comapction of vibrating rollers with different vibration mechanisms.” Proc., of the 5th Asia-Pacific Regional Conf., of the ISTVS: Okinawa, Japan, November, 112-119.
  • Adam, D., (1999). “Elastic plastic modelling of homogeneous and layered soil under dynamic loading”. Proc. Of COST 337 & ETC 11 Workshop on Modelling and Advanced Testing for Unbound Granular Materials, January, Lisboa, Portugal.
  • Adam, D. (1999). “Flächendeckende dynamische verdichtungskontrolle mit vibrationswalzen. (Continuous Compaction Control with vibratory rollers)”. Austrian Engineer and Architect Magazine 144, Class Number 2, Vienna, 65-74 (in German).
  • Adam, D. (1999). “Geotechnics of the Austrian-Hungarian Highway A4”, Geotechnical Engineering for Transportation Infrastructure, Barends et al. (eds), Balkema, Rotterdam.
  • Nohse, Y., Uchiyama, K., Kanamori, Y., Kase, J., Kawai, Y., Masumura, K., and Tateyama, K. (1999). “An attempt applying a new control system for the vibratory compaction using GPS and CMV in the embankment construction (Part 1).” Proc. of the 13th Intl. Conf. of the ISTVS: Okinowa, Japan, 295-300.
  • Adam, D., and Kopf, F. (2000). “Sophisticated compaction technologies and continuous compaction control,” Workshop on Compaction of Soils and Granular Materials, Modeling of Compacted Materials, Compaction Management and Continuous Control, Intl. Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (European Technical Committee), 207 – 220, Paris.
  • Anderegg, R., (2000). “ACE Ammann Compaction Expert – automatic control of the compaction.” Workshop on Compaction of Soils and Granular Materials, Modeling of Compacted Materials, Compaction Management and Continuous Control, Intl. Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (European Technical Committee), 229-236, Paris.
  • Thurner, H., Sandström, Å. (2000). “Continuous Compaction Control, CCC.” Workshop on Compaction of Soils and Granular Materials, Modeling of Compacted Materials, Compaction Management and Continuous Control, Intl. Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (European Technical Committee), 237-246, Paris.
  • Floss, R. and Kloubert, H. (2000). “Newest Developments in Compaction Technology,” Workshop on Compaction of Soils and Granular Materials, Modeling of Compacted Materials, Compaction Management and Continuous Control, , Intl. Society of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering (European Technical Committee), Paris.
  • Adam, D., and Kopf, F. (2000). “Sophisticated roller compaction technologies and roller-integrated compaction control,” Compaction of Soils, Granulates and Powders, A.A.Balkema, Rotterdam, Brookfield, 113-132.
  • Brandl, H., and D. Adam. (2000). “Flächendeckende dynamische verdichtungskontrolle (FDVK) mit vibrationswalzen—grundlagenforschung und praktische anwendung (continuous compaction control with vibratory rollers—basic research and practical application). Schriftenreihe der Straß enforschung Heft 506, Forschungsvorhaben Nr. 3.147, Bundesministerium für Wirtschaftliche Angelegenheiten, Wien.
  • Brandl, H. (2001). “Compaction of soil and other granular material – interactions,” Geotechnics for Roads, Rail Tracks and Earth Structures, A.A.Balkema Publishers, Lisse /Abingdon/ Exton (Pa) /Tokyo, 3-11.
  • Adam, D., Markiewicz, R. (2001). “Compaction behaviour and depth effect of the polygon-drum,” Geotechnics for Roads, Rail Tracks and Earth Structures, A.A.Balkema Publishers, Lisse /Abingdon/ Exton (pa) /Tokyo, 27-36.
  • Brandl, H. (2001). “The importance of optimum compaction of soil and other granular material,” Geotechnics for Roads, Rail Tracks and Earth Structures, A.A.Balkema Publishers, Lisse /Abingdon/ Exton (Pa) /Tokyo, 47-66.
  • Kröber, W., Floss, E., Wallrath, W. (2001). “Dynamic soil stiffness as quality criterion for soil compaction,” Geotechnics for Roads, Rail Tracks and Earth Structures, A.A.Balkema Publishers, Lisse /Abingdon/ Exton (Pa) /Tokyo, 189-199.
  • Adam, D. (2001). “Sophisticated compaction of soil, earth structures, roads and rail tracks.” Proc., 5th Intl. Geotech. Conf. Geotechnical Structures Optimization, September, Bratislava, Slovakia.
  • Mooney, M., Bouton, C., and Pan, J. (2001). “Measurement of acceleration during vibratory compaction of unsaturated soils.” Proc. of 10th Int. Conf. Soil Dynamics & Earthquake Engineering, Philadelphia, Pa.
  • Minchin, R.E. Thomas, H.R. Swanson, D.C. (2001). “Theory behind a vibration-based quality-based asphalt density measuring system,” Transportation Research Record No. 1761, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, National Academy of Press, 70-78.
  • Mooney, M., Gorman, P.B., Chan, G., and Srour, C. (2002). “Observed changes in vibratory roller signature during soil compaction.” Proc., 1st European Conf. on Structural Health Monitoring, Balageaus D. L. (Ed), July, Paris, France.
  • Mooney, M., Chan, G.B., Farouk, E. and Pan, J. (2002). “Health monitoring during vibratory soil of compaction”, Proc., 9th Intl. Symp. on Smart Structures and Materials, San Diego, CA. March 18-22.
  • Kloubert, H. (2002). “Asphalt manager with high efficient compaction system for better roads,” Proc., Intl. Conf. on Bituminous Mixtures and Pavements, Thessaloniki, Greece.
  • Hartman, K. (2002). “Untersuchung zur prognose von anforderungswerten an die Beschleunigungsmesswerte der FDVK—methode (research towards prediction of specification values (measurement values) of CCC methods based on the acceleration measurement values).” Dissertation, Lehrsthul und Prfamt für Grundbau, Bodenmechanick und Felsmechanick der Technischen Universitnchen, Schriftenreihe Heft 34, München.
  • Nohse, Y., Kitano, M. (2002). “Development of a new type of single drum vibratory roller.” Proc., 14th Intl. Conf. of the Intl. Soc. for Terrain-Vehicle Systems, Vicksburg, MS, October.
  • Adam, D., Brandl, H. (2003). “Sophisticated roller integrated continuous compaction control.” Proc., 12th Asian Regional Conf. on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering – Geotechnical Infrastructure for the New Millennium, August, Singapore.
  • Gorman, P. and Mooney, M. (2003). “Monitoring roller vibration during compaction of crushed rock,” Proc., 20th Intl. Symp. on Automation and Robotics in Construction, Eindhoven, Netherlands, Ger Maas & Frans van Gassel, Eds., 415-419.
  • Preisig, M., Caprez, M., and Amann, P. (2003). “Validation of continuous compaction control (CCC) methods.” Workshop on Soil Compaction, September, Hamburg.
  • Minchin, R. E., Thomas, H, R. (2003). “Validation of vibration-based onboard asphalt density measuring system.” J. Const. Eng. and Mgmt., 129(1), February. 1-7.
  • Sandström A.J., and Pettersson, C.B. (2004). “Intelligent systems for QA/QC in soil compaction”, Proc., 83rd Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting, January 11-14. Washington, D.C.
  • Bräu, G., K. Hartman, and Pelz, G. (2004). “Flächendeckende prufung der verdichtung (FDVK)—baupraktische umsetzung und verfahrens-bezogene verdichtungsanforderungen (CCC testing of compaction—implementation in construction practice and procedure-related Compaction specifications),” Lehrstuhl und Prüfamt für Grundbau, Bodenmechanik und Felsmechanik der Technischen Universitat München, Heft 897, München.
  • Anderegg R., and Kaufmann, K. (2004). “Intelligent compaction with vibratory rollers – feedback control systems in automatic compaction and compaction control,” Transportation Research Record No. 1868, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, National Academy Press, 124-134.
  • Adam, D., and Kopf, F. (2004). “Operational devices for compaction optimization and quality control (Continuous Compaction Control & Light Falling Weight Device).” Proc., of the Intl. Seminar on Geotechnics in Pavement and Railway Design and Construction, December, Athens, Greece (Invited paper), 97-106.
  • Brandl, H., Adam, D. (2004). “Continuous compaction control (CCC) for fill dams and roller compacted concrete dams,” New Developments in Dam Engineering – Proc., 4th Intl. Conf. on Dam Engineering, October, Nanjing, China (Keynote paper), 17-44.
  • Adam, D., and Kopf, F. (2005). “Flächendeckende Dynamische Verdichtungskontrolle (FDVK) – Kalibrierung und Anwendung gemäß RVS 8S.02.6 (Continuous Compaction Control (CCC) – calibration and application according to the Austrian specification RVS 8S.02.6),” Austrian Engineer and Architect Magazine 150, Class Number 4-5/2005, Vienna. (in German).
  • Kopf, F., and Erdmann, P. (2005). “Numerische untersuchunsen der flachendecker dynamischer verdichtungskontrolle (numerical analysis of continuous compaction control),” Osterreichische Ingenieus-und Architekten-Zeitschrift (OIAZ), 150(4–5), 126–143.
  • White, D.J, Jaselskis, E., Schaefer, V., and Cackler, E. (2005). “Real-time compaction monitoring in cohesive soils from machine response.” Transportation Research Record No. 1936, National Academy Press, 173-180.
  • Mooney, M. A., Gorman, P. B. and Gonzalez, J. N. (2005). “Vibration Based Health Monitoring During Earthwork Construction,” Structural Health Monitoring, 4(2), 137-152.
  • Rinehart, R. and Mooney, M. (2005). “Instrumentation of a Roller Compactor to Monitor Earthwork Compaction,” Proc. 22nd Int. Symp. Automation and Robotics in Construction, Sept. 11-14, Ferrara, Italy.
  • Minchin, R., Swanson, D., and Thomas, H. (2005). “Computer methods in intelligent compaction.” Proc., 2005 Intl. Conf. on Computing in Civil Engineering, Cancun, CD-ROM.
  • Brandl, H., F. Kopf, and D. Adam. (2005). “Continuous compaction control (CCC) with differently excited rollers.” Schriftenreihe der Straßenforschung Heft 553, Forschungsvorhaben Nr. 3.176, Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie, Wien.
  • Yongfeng, J., Guangfeng, L., Yindi, F., Zongyi, L. (2005). “Intelligent compaction control based on fuzzy neural network.” Proc., 6th Intl. Conf. on Parallel and Distributed Computing, Application, and Technologies (PDCAT’05), IEEE Computer Society, 5-8 December, Dalian, China.
  • Camargo, F., Larsen, B., Chadbourn, B., Roberson, R., and Siekmeier, J. (2006). “Intelligent compaction: a Minnesota case history.” Proc., 54th Annual University of Minnesota Geotech.Conf., February, Minneapolis, CD-ROM.
  • Anderegg, R., von Felten, D., and Kaufmann, K. (2006). “Compaction monitoring using intelligent soil compactors.” Proc., GeoCongress 2006: Geotechnical Engineering in the Information Technology Age, February, Atlanta, CD-ROM.
  • Tawfik, E. (2006). “Validation of numerical evaluation of dynamic response of lumped parameter systems using Runge-Kutta-Nystrom (R-K-N) method.” Proc., GeoCongress 2006: Geotechnical Engineering in the Information Technology Age, February, Atlanta, CDROM.
  • Mooney, M., Rinehart, R., and van Susante, P. (2006). “The Influence of Heterogeneity on Vibratory Roller Compactor Response,” Proc., GeoCongress 2006: Geotechnical Engineering in the Information Technology Age, February, Atlanta, CD-ROM.
  • White, D.J, Morris, M., and Thompson, M. (2006). “Power-based compaction monitoring using vibratory padfoot,” Proc., GeoCongress 2006: Geotechnical Engineering in the Information Technology Age, Atlanta, CD-ROM.
  • Hossain, M., Mulandi, J., Keach, L., Hunt, M., and Romanoschi, S. (2006). “Intelligent compaction control.” Proc., 2006 Airfield and Highway Pavement Specialty Conf., ASCE, May, Atlanta, Ga.
  • Petersen, D., Siekmeier, J., Nelson, C., Peterson, R. (2006). “Intelligent soil compaction – technology, results and a roadmap toward widespread use.” Transportation Research Record No. 1975, Journal of the Trasnsportation Research Board, National Academy Press, 81-88.
  • Petersen, D., Erickson, M., and Roberson, R., and Siekmeier, J. (2007). “Intelligent soil compaction: geostatistical data analysis and construction specifications,” Transportation Research Board 86th Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., Paper #07-2858, CD-ROM.
  • Adam, D. (2007). “Roller integrated continuous compaction control (CCC) technical contractual provisions & recommendations,” Design and Construction of Pavements and Rail Tracks: Geotechnical Aspects and Processed Materials, A.G. Correia, Y. Momoya, and F. Tatsuoka, eds., Taylor & Francis Group, London, UK, pp. 111–138.
  • Ryden, N. and Mooney, M. (2007). “Surface Wave Testing to Investigate the Nature of Roller Determined Soil Stiffness,” Proc. Symp. on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems: SAGEEP 2007, Denver, Colorado, April, 1388-1394.
  • Mooney, M. A. and Rinehart, R. (2007). “Field Monitoring of Roller Vibration during Compaction of Subgrade Soil,” Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, ASCE, 133(3), 257-265.
  • Thompson, M., and White, D. (2007). “Field calibration and spatial analysis of compaction monitoring technology measurements.” Transportation Research Record No. 2004, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, National Academy Press, 69-79.
  • Mooney, M.A., and Rinehart, R.V. (2007). “Field monitoring of roller vibration during compaction of subgrade soil,” Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, ASCE, 133(3), 257–265.
  • Mooney, M. A., and Adam, D. (2007). “Vibratory roller integrated measurement of earthwork compaction: An overview.” Proc., 7th Intl.Symp. on Field Measurements in Geomechanics: FMGM 2007, ASCE, Boston, Ma.
  • Scherocman, J., Rakowski, S., and Uchiyama, K. (2007). “Intelligent compaction, does it exist?”, Proc.s of the Annual Conf.-Canadian Technical Asphalt Association, Issue 52, pages 373-398, Polyscience publication, 2007.
  • Adam, D., Brandl, H., Kopf, F., and Paulmichl, I. (2007). “Heavy tamping integrated dynamic compaction control”, Ground Improvement, 11(4), 237-243.
  • Rinehart, R., and Mooney, M. (2008). “Instrumentation of a roller compactor to monitor vibration behavior during earthwork compaction.” Journal of Automation in Construction, 17(2), 144-150.
  • Rinehart, R.V., Mooney, M.A., and Berger, J.R. (2008). “In-ground stress-strain beneath center and edge of vibratory roller compactor,” Advances in Transportation Geotechnics: Proc.s 1st Intl. Conf. on Transportation Geotechnics, Nottingham, U.K., Aug. 25–27, 737–741.
  • White, D., Vennapusa, P., Gieselman, H. (2008). “Roller-integrated compaction monitoring technology: Field evaluation, spatial visualization, and specifications.” Proc., 12th Intl. Conf. of Intl. Assoc. for Computer Methods and Advances in Geomechanics (IACMAG), 1-6 October, Goa, India.
  • Thompson, M., and White, D. (2008). “Estimating compaction of cohesive soils from machine drive power.” J.of Geotech. and Geoenviron. Engg, ASCE, 134 (12), 1771-1777.
  • White, D., and Thompson, M. (2008). “Relationships between in-situ and roller-integrated compaction measurements for granular soils.” J.of Geotech. and Geoenviron. Engg, ASCE (accepted).
  • Newman, K., and White, D. (2008). “Rapid assessment of cement/fiber stabilized soil using roller-integrated compaction monitoring.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, National Academy Press 2059, 95-102.
  • Thompson, M., White, D., Gieselman, H., and Siekmeier, J. (2008). “Variable feedback control intelligent compaction to evaluate subgrade and granular pavement layers – Field study at Minnesota US 14.” Proc., 87th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting, Washington, D.C.
  • White, D., Thopmson, M., Vennapusa, P., and Siekmeier, J. (2008). “Implementing intelligent compaction specifications on Minnesota TH 64: Synopsis of measurement values, data management, and geostatistical analysis.” Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, National Academy Press 2045, 1-9.
  • Shen, P., and Lin, S. (2008). “Coupling analysis for integrated dynamics characteristics of intelligent compaction system,”China Mechanical Engineering 19(20), 2395-2399.
  • Zheng, J., Chen, X., Li, Q., and Ying, R. (2008). “Analysis research on vibratory compacting process of hot asphalt mixture pavement,” Engineering Mechanics 10
  • Mansa, R.F., Bridson, R.H., Greenwood, R.W., Barker,H., and Seville, J.P.K. (2008). “Using intelligent software to predict the effects of formulation and processing parameters on roller compaction,” Powder Technology, Elsevier, 181(2) 217-225.
  • White, D., and Thompson, M. (2008). “Relationships between in situ and roller-integrated compaction measurements for granular soils,” Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, ASCE, 134(12), 1763–1770.
  • Rahman, F., Hossain, M., Hunt, M., and Romanoschi, S. (2008). “Soil stiffness evaluation for compaction control of cohesionless embankments,” Geotechnical Testing Journal, 31(5), 1–10.
  • Xie, X. (2008). “Application of wireless acceleration sensor in compaction degree measure,” Equipment Manufacturing Technology 07.
  • White, D., Vennapusa, P., and Gieselman, H. (2008c). “Roller-integrated compaction monitoring technology: field evaluation, spatial visualization, and specifications.” Proc.s, 12th Intl. Conf. of the Intl. Association for Computer Methods and Advances in Geomechanics (IACMAG), October 1–6, Goa, India.
  • Rinehart, R.V., and Mooney, M.A. (2008). “Instrumentation of a roller compactor to monitor vibration behavior during earthwork compaction,” Automation in Construction, Elsevier, 17, 144-150.
  • Susante, P.J., and Mooney, M.A. (2008). “Capturing nonlinear vibratory roller compactor behavior,” Journal of Engineering Mechanics, ASCE, 134(8), 684-693.
  • Minchin, R.E., Swanson, D.C., Gruss, A.F., and Thomas, H.R. “Computer Applications in Intelligent Compaction,” J. Comp. in Civ. Engrg. 22(4), 243-251.
  • Mooney, M.A., and Rinehart, R.V. (2009). “In-situ soil response to vibratory loading and its relationship to roller-measured soil stiffness,” Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, ASCE, 135(8), 1022-1031.
  • Vennapusa, P.K.R, and White,D.J.(2009). “Comparison of light weight deflectometer measurements for Pavement foundation materials,” Journal of Testing and Evaluation 32(3), 1-13.
  • Liu, Y., and Xu, H. (2009). “Study on dynamic model of intelligent vibratory roller,” Construction Machinery 17.
  • Zinke,S., Mahoney, J., and Meyer T.H. (2009).“Evaluating the long-term performance of pavements, thermally imaged during construction Phase 1: developing spatial tools for location identification,” CAPLAB1-2009.
  • Rinehart, R.V., Berger, J.R., and Mooney, M.A. (2009).”Comparison of stress states and paths: vibratory roller-measured soil stiffness and resilient modulus testing”, Transportation Research Record 2116, 8-15.
  • Rinehart, R.V., and Mooney, M.A. (2009a). “Measurement of roller compactor induced triaxial soil stresses and strains,” Geotechnical Testing Journal, ASTM, 32(4), 347–357.
  • Rinehart, R.V., and M.A. Mooney. (2009b). “Measurement depth of vibratory roller-measured soil stiffness,” Geotechnique, 59(7), 609–619.
  • Mooney, M.A., and Miller, P.K. (2009). “Analysis of lightweight deflectometer test based on in situ stress and strain response field monitoring of roller vibration during compaction of subgrade soil,” Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, ASCE, 135(2), 199-208.
  • Commuri,S., Mai,A., and Zaman, M. (2009). “Calibration procedures for the intelligent asphalt compaction analyzer,” Journal of Testing and Evaluation 37 (5), 1-9.
  • Commuri,S., Mai,A., and Zaman, M. (2009). “Field validation of the intelligent asphalt compaction analyzer,” 2009 17th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation, Thessaloniki, Greece.
  • Shen, P. (2009). “Dynamic characteristics of the intelligent compactor model with adjustable vibration modes,” International Conference on Transportation Engineering 2009, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Transportation Engineering.
  • Sebesta, S., and Liu, W. (2009). “Instrumented rollers to assess construction quality on Texas projects,” Transportation Research Record 2116, 1-7.
  • Iai, M., and Gertsch, L.(2009). “Soil density from ripping force measurement during site preparation.”
  • Zhao, Z. (2009). “Use advantage of intelligent double—drum vibratory roller in pavement construction,” Construction Machinery & Construction Technology.
  • Vennapusa, P., White, D. J., and Morris, M. (2009). “Geostatistical analysis of spatially referenced roller-integrated compaction measurements,” Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, ASCE, 136(6), 813-822.
  • Singh, D., S., Mai, A., Fares, B., Sesh, C., Zaman, M. (2010). “In situ measurement of stiffness during the construction of HMA pavement,” Proc., 89th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting, January 10-14. Washington, D.C.
  • Zhang, Y., Zhang, J., Shu, X., Guo, L., Shi, Y., and Liu, X. (2009). “Optimization of intelligent compactness control rule of vibratory roller based on genetic algorithm method,” 2009 Fifth International Joint Conference on INC, IMS and IDC, Seoul, Korea.
  • Zhang, Q., Yang, R., and Dai, J. (2009). “Study on identification of soil parameters in vibrating compaction,” Journal of Highway and Transportation Research and Development 08.
  • Ma, S.(2009). “Design and implementation of remote control and data acquisition system based on NetX,” Information and Electronic Engineering 05.
  • Marconi, T., Lu, Y., Bertels, K., and Gaydadjiev, G. (2010). “3D Compaction: a novel blocking-aware algorithm for online hardware task scheduling and placement on 2D partially reconfigurable devices,” Reconfigurable Computing: Architectures, Tools and Applications, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 5992/2010 (194-206), 3-19.
  • Anderson,T., Embacher,R.A., Graettinger,A.J., Morgan, J., and Petersen, L.(2010). “Software and processes for intelligent compaction data analysis,” Proc., 89th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting, January 10-14. Washington, D.C.
  • Meehan, C.L. (2010). “An Introduction to continuous compaction control systems,” February 18, 2010 – Presentation at DelDOT Winter Workshop, 1-36.
  • Johnson, G. (2010). “Intelligent compaction (history, projects, and analysis),” the 57th MAAPT Asphalt Conf.
  • Xiao, P., Yun, N., Li, L., and Bang, C. (2010). “Experimental investigation of characteristics of vibratory compaction system with different water saturation,” Applied Mechanics and Materials 29-32, 1488.
  • Xu, Q., Chang, K.G., Vennapusa, P., White, D.J., Horan, R.D., Michael, L., Gallivan, V.L. (2010). “Hot Mix Asphalt Intelligent Compaction – A Case Study”, Proc., 89th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting, January 10-14. Washington, D.C.
  • Facas, N.W., Mooney, M.A., and Furrer, R. (2010). “Anisotropy in the spatial Distribution of Roller-Measured Soil Stiffness,” Intl. Journal of Geomechanics, ASCE, 10(4), 129-135.
  • Facas, N.W., and Mooney, M.A. (2010). “Position reporting of data from intelligent compaction rollers.” Journal of Testing and Evaluation, ASTM 38 (1), 1-6.
  • Facas, N.W., and Mooney, M.A. (2010). “Influence of rocking motion on vibratory roller-based measurement of soil stiffness position reporting of data from intelligent compaction rollers,” Journal of Engineering Mechanics, ASCE 136 (7), 898-905.
  • Zhang, J., Xu, G., and Cai, Y. (2010). “Application of continuous compaction technology in the quality control and acceptance of high-speed railway subgrade,” Journal of Southwest Jiatong University (English-Edition), 18(3).
  • Xu, Q., Chang, K.G., Gallivan, V.L., and Horan, R.D. (2011). “Data analysis for hot mix asphalt intelligent compaction “, Proc., 90th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting, January 19-23. Washington, D.C.
  • Gallivan, V.L., Chang, K.G., Xu, Q., and Horan, R.D. (2011). “Validation of intelligent compaction measurement systems for practical implementation”, Proc., 90th Annual Transportation Research Board Meeting, January 19-23. Washington, D.C.
  • Commuri,S., Mai,A., and Zaman, M. (2011). “Neural network-based intelligent compaction analyzer for estimating compaction quality of hot asphalt mixes,” Journal of Construction Engineering and Management (in press).
  • Miller, S.R., Hartmann, T., and Dorée, A.G. (2011). “Measuring and visualizing hot mix asphalt concrete paving operations,” Automation in Construction, Elsevier (in press, doi:10.1016/j.autcon.2010.11.015).
  • Gallivan, V.L., Chang, G.K., and R.D. Horan. Practical Implementation of Intelligent Compaction Technology in Hot Mix Asphalt Pavements. Journal of the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologies, Vol. 80, Tampa, Florida, 2011 (in press).
  • Xu,Q.,Chang,G.K., Gallivan,V.L., Horan,R.D. Influence of intelligent compaction uniformity on pavement performances of hot mix asphalt, Construction and Building Materials, Elsevier, 2011 (in press).

Specifications

  • ZTVE StB/TP BF-StB. (1994). Surface Covering Dynamic Compaction Control Methods – German Specifications and Regulations, Additional Technical Contractual Conditions and Guidelines for Earthwork in Road Construction and Technical Testing Instructions for Soil and Rock in Road Construction, Research Society of Road and Traffic, Germany.
  • RVS 8S.02.6. (1999). “Continuous compactor integrated compaction – Proof (proof of compaction),” Technical Contract Stipulations RVS 8S.02.6 – Earthworks, Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs, Vienna.
  • ATB Väg. (2004). “Kapitel E – Obundna material VV Publikation 2004:111,” General technical construction specification for roads, Road and Traffic Division, Sweden.
  • ISSMGE. (2005). Roller-Integrated continuous compaction control (CCC): Technical Contractual Provisions, Recommendations, TC3: Geotechnics for Pavements in Transportation Infrastructure. Intl. Society for Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering.
  • Adam, D., and Kopf, F. (2005). Flächendeckende Dynamische Verdichtungskontrolle (FDVK) – Kalibrierung und Anwendung gemäß RVS 8S.02.6 (Continuous Compaction Control (CCC) – calibration and application according to the Austrian specification RVS 8S.02.6), Austrian Engineer and Architect Magazine 150, Class Number 4-5/2005, Vienna. (in German).
  • Mn/DOT. (2006). Excavation and embankment – (QC/QA) IC quality compaction (2105) pilot specification. Minnesota Department of Transportation, St. Paul, Mn.
  • Mn/DOT. (2007). Excavation and embankment – (QC/QA) IC quality compaction (2105) pilot specification. Minnesota Department of Transportation, St. Paul, Mn.
  • Newman, K., White, D. J. (2008). Rapid Soil Stabilization for Contingency Airfield Construction, Army Corps of Engineers Report.

Technical Reports

  • Thurner, H., Forssblad, L. (1978). Compaction meter on vibrating rollers, Research Bulletin of Dynapac AB. No. 8022, Solna.
  • Thurner, H., Sandström, Å. (1980). Compaction meter on vibrating roller, Dynapac Research, Solna.
  • Geodynamik. (1982). Compactometer, compaction meter for vibratory rollers ALFA-030, Internal Report, Geodynamik, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Forssblad, L. (1984). Compaction control using vibratory rollers equipped with compaction meter -studies at Arlanda airport, Research Bulletin No. 8031, Dynapac, Sweden.
  • Hoover, J.M. (1985). In-situ stability of smooth-drum vibratory compacted soils with Bomag Terrameter, Engineering Research Instititute, ERI Project No. 1722, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, March.
  • DYNAPAC (1989). Compaction and paving, theory and practice, Karlskrona, Sweden.
  • Floss, R. (1991). “Dynamische verdichtungsprüfung bei erd- und straßenbauten (Dynamic compression check with earth constructions and road constructions,” Notebook 612, Research and Traffic Technology, Federal Ministry for Traffic, Germany (in German).
  • Snowdon, R. (1992). Compaction monitoring devices for earthworks, Transport Research Laboratory, Research report No. 361, Crowthorne, Berkshire.
  • Sandström, Å. (1994). Numerical simulation of a vibratory roller on cohesionless soil, Internal Report, Geodynamik, Stockholm, Sweden.
  • SAKAI (1996). Compaction equipment, theory and practice, Takayanagi, Japan.
  • Kopf, F., (1999). Continuous Compaction Control (CCC) During compaction of soils by means of dynamic rollers with different kinds of excitation, Ph.D. Dissertation, Technical University of Vienna, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Vienna, Austria.
  • AMMANN (1999). Einige Aspekte der Verdichtung, Langenthal, Schweiz
  • Adam, D., and Brandl, H. (2000). Flächendeckende dynamische verdichtungskontrolle (FDVK) mit vibrationswalzen – vrundlagenforschung und praktische anwendung (Continuous Compaction Control with vibratory rollers – basic research and practical application), Road Research Publications Number 506, Research Project No. 3.147, Federal Minisitry of Economic Affairs, Vienna (in German).
  • Adam, D., Brandl, H. (2002). “Roller-integrated continuous compaction control of soils” Annuaire de l’universite d’architecture, de genie civil et de geodesie – Sofia, Bulgaria (in French).
  • AMMANN (2002). European and U.S. Patents on the ACE-System, AMMAN Verdichtung AG, Langenthal, Switzerland.
  • AMMANN (2003). ACE-Soil Compaction and Compaction Control – CD ROM, AMMAN, Verdichtung AG, Langenthal, Switzerland.
  • Mooney, M.A., Gorman, P.B., Tawfik, E.F., Gonzalez, J.N. and Akanda, A.S. (2003). Exploring Vibration-Based Intelligent Soil Compaction, Oklahoma Department of Transportation Report, Item 2146.
  • Briaud , J. L., Seo, J. (2003). Intelligent Compaction: Overview and Research Needs, Texas A&M University.
  • White, D.J, Jaselskis, E., Schaefer, V., Cackler, T., Drew, I., and Li, L. (2004). Field Evaluation of Compaction Monitoring Technology: Phase I, Final Report, Iowa DOT Project TR-495, Iowa State University, Ames, Ia.
  • Petersen, D. (2004). Continuous compaction control – MnROAD demonstration, Mn/DOT Report MN/RC – 2005-07, CNA Consulting Engineers, Minneapolis, Mn.
  • Adam, D., and Kopf, F. (2004). Anwendung der Flächendeckenden Dynamischen Verdichtungskontrolle (FDVK) im Deponiebau (Application of Continuous Compaction Control (CCC) for landfill construction), Österreichische Wasser- und Abfallwirtschaft Heft (in German).
  • Adam, D., Brandl, H., and Kopf, F. (2005). Continuous Compaction Control (CCC) with differently excited rollers, Schriftenreihe der Straßenforschung Heft 553, Forschungsvorhaben Nr. 3.176 (Road Research Publications No. 553, Research Project No. 3.176), Federal Ministry of Traffic, Innovation, and Technology, Vienna (in German).
  • Petersen, L. (2005). Continuous compaction control MnROAD demonstration. Final report, Mn/DOT, Report No.MN/RC-2005-07.
  • Preisig, M., Noesberger, R., Caprez, M., Amann, P., and Anderegg R. (2006) Flächendeckende verdichtungskontrolle (FDVK) mittels bodenmechanischer materialkenngrössen (continuous compaction control based on geotechnical parameters). Report VSS 2000/353, Institute for Geotechnik, Federal Institute of Technology ETH, Zurich.
  • White, D.J, Thompson, M., Jovaag, K., Morris, M., Jaselskis, E., Schaefer, V. and Cackler, E. (2006). Field evaluation of compaction monitoring technology: Phase II. Final Report, Iowa DOT Project TR-495, Iowa State University, Ames, Ia.
  • Sebesta, S., Estakhri, C., Scullion, T., Liu, W. (2006). New technologies for evaluating flexible pavement construction: Year 1 report, FHWA/TX-06/0-4774-1, Texas Transportation Institute, The Texas A&M University System, College Station, Tx.
  • Zambrano, C., Drnevich, V., Bourdeau, P. (2006). Advanced Compaction Quality Control, Indiana DOT Final Report FHWA/IN/JTRP – 2006/10, Purdue University.
  • Petersen, L., and Peterson, R. (2006). Intelligent Compaction and In-Situ Testing at Mn/DOT TH53, Final Report MN/RC-2006-13, May, Minnesota Department of Transportation, St. Paul, Mn.
  • White, D.J, Thompson, M., Vennapusa, P. (2007). Field Validation of Intelligent Compaction Monitoring Technology for Unbound Materials, Mn/DOT Report No. MN/RC 2007-10, Iowa State University, Ia.
  • White, D.J, Thompson, M., Vennapusa, P. (2007). Field study of compaction monitoring systems: self-propelled non-vibratory 825G and vibratory smooth drum CS-533 E rollers, Final Report, Center of Transportation Research and Education, Iowa State University, Ames, Ia.
  • Mooney, M., White, D. (2007). Intelligent soil compaction systems, Interim Report (unpublished), NCHRP 21-09 Project, Prepared for NCHRP Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, February.
  • Meehan, C.L. (2007). Use of nondestructive techniques to estimate the allowable vibratory compaction level during construction, Florida Department of Transportation, FL/DOT/SMO/07-BDB-11.
  • Hannon, J.J. (2007). Emerging technologies for construction delivery, Final report, NCHRP 372, Washington, D.C.
  • Mayne, P.W. (2007). Cone penetration testing, Final report, NCHRP 368, Washington, D.C.
  • Babu, R.R. (2009). Large Data Clustering and Classification Schemes For Data Mining, Dissertation, India Institute of Science.
  • Sheiretov, Y., and Lyons, R. (2009). Scanning capacitive arrays for real-time, in-situ imaging of density and thickness in HMA roadways, Final report, NCHRP-138, Washington, D.C.
  • Commuri, S. (2010). Intelligent asphalt compaction analyzer ─ highways for life, technology partnerships program, Final report, Federal Highway Administration, DTFH61-08-G-00002.
  • Mooney, M.A., Rinehart, R.V., Facas, N.W., Musimbi, O.M., White, D.J., and Vennapusa, P.K.R.(2010). Intelligent soil compaction systems, Final Report, NCHRP 676, Washington, D.C.
  • West, R.C., Watson, D.E., Turner,P.A. (2010). Mixing and compaction temperatures of asphalt binders in hot-mix asphalt, Final report, NCHRP 648, Washington, D.C.
  • Pfeiffer, G.H. (2010). Using radio-frequency identification technology to measure asphalt cooling, Master Thesis, University of Maryland.

US FHWA IC Team

  • Chang, G, Xu, Q, Rutledge, J, Horan, R, Michael, L, White, D, and Vennapusa, P, “Accelerated Implementation of Intelligent Compaction Technology for Embankment Subgrade Soils, Aggregate Base, and Asphalt Pavement Materials”, FHWA-IF-12-002, Federal Highway Administration, Washington D.C. 2011.(FHWA TPF IC study final report)
  • Gallivan, V, Horan, R, D’Angelo, J, “Intelligent Compaction – Improved Construction Technologies for Hot Mix Asphalt That Benefits Agencies and Contractors”, International Society of Asphalt Pavements (ISAP) 11th International Conference on Asphalt Pavements, Nagoya, Japan, 2010.
  • Gallivan, V.L., Chang, G.K., Horan, R.D. Intelligent Compaction for Improving Roadway Construction. Proceedings, GeoHunan 2011 Emerging Technologies for Material, Design, Rehabilitation, and Inspection of Roadway Pavements, ASCE, GSP 218, Hunan, China, 2011.
  • Gallivan, V.L., Chang, G.K., Horan, R.D. Practical Implementation of Intelligent Compaction Technology in Hot Mix Asphalt Pavements. Journal of the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologies, Vol. 80, Tampa, Florida, 2011.
  • Gallivan, V, Horan R, Chang G, Xu C., “Validation of Intelligent Compaction Measurement Systems for Practical Implementation”, Transportation Research Board 90th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, USA, 2011.
  • Xu Q, Chang G, Gallivan V, Horan R, “Data Analysis for Hot Mix Asphalt Intelligent Compaction”, Transportation Research Board 90th Annual Meeting, Washington DC, USA, 2011.
  • Xu, Q., Chang, G.K., Gallivan, V.L., Horan, R.D. Influence of intelligent compaction uniformity on pavement performances of hot mix asphalt, Construction and Building Materials, Elsevier, Volume 30, May 2012, Pages 746-752.
  • Horan R, Chang G, Xu Q, Gallivan V, “Improving Quality Control of Hot Mix Asphalt Paving Using Intelligent Compaction Technology”, Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board (in press), 2012.
  • Xu Q, Chang G, Gallivan V “Development of A Systematic Method For Intelligent Compaction Data Analysis And Managements“, Construction and Building Materials, Elsevier,Volume 37, December 2012, Pages 470-480.
  • Xu Q, Chang G, Gallivan V, Horan R, “Modeling Pavement Responses with Intelligent Compaction Measured Heterogeneous Modulus”,Materials and Structures, RILEM, 2012 (under review).
  • Xu Q and G.K. Chang, Evaluation of Intelligent Compaction for Asphalt Materials, Automation in Construction, Elsevier, 2013, Vol 30, pages 104-112.
  • Chang, George K., and Gallivan, Victor L., and Xu, Qinwu, Assess Asphalt In-Place Density with Intelligent Compaction Measurements, 12th International Society of Asphalt Pavements (ISAP) Conference, Raleigh, North Carolina, June 1-5, 2014.
  • Xu, Qinwu, and Chang, George K., Experimental and Numerical Study of Asphalt Material Geospatial Heterogeneity with Intelligent Compaction Technology on Roads, Construction & Building Materials, ‐D‐14‐02013R1, Elsevier publication, 2014.
  • Xu, Qinwu, Chang, George K., and Gallivan, Victor L., A Sensing-Information-Statistics Integrated Model to Predict Asphalt Material density with Intelligent Compaction System, IEEE/ASME Transection on Mechatronics, Vol. 20, No. 6, 2015.
  • Xu, Qinwu, and Chang, George K., Adaptive Quality Control and Acceptance of Pavement Material Density for Intelligent Road Construction, Automation in Construction, Vol. 62, 2016.
  • Mazari, M., Beltran, J., Aldouri, R., Chang, G., Si, J., and Nazarian, S., Evaluation and Harmonization of Intelligent Compaction Systems. International Conference on Transportation and Development 2016: pp. 838-846, 2016.
  • Chang, George K., Mohanraj, Kiran, Stone, William A., Oesch, Daniel J., Gallivan, Victor L., Leveraging Intelligent Compaction and Thermal Profiling Technologies to Improve Asphalt Pavement Construction Quality – A Case Study, Transportation Research Records: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. TBA, 2018.

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