SHRP

AcronymDefinition
SHRPStrategic Highway Research Program
SHRPSchool of Health Related Professions
SHRPSociety for Human Resource Professionals
SHRPSmall Habitat Restoration Program
SHRPScientific Human Resources Board
SHRPSubcommittee on Health Risk Assessment (US EPA)
SHRPScience and Human Rights Program (American Association for the Advancement of Science)
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Congress in 2005, SHRP 2 is a 6-year collaboration of the Federal Highway Administration, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), and Transportation Research Board.
Of course, Kentucky does not have the winters of Montana or Minnesota, but if a local government in Kentucky finds the new SHRP technology advantageous, perhaps this will help generate wider interest than describing examples of use in extreme northern climates.
However, the m-value of the PAV aged samples do not meet the SHRP low temperature requirements at -18 [degrees] C.
This article will not describe the test procedures that were developed for the new specifications; this information is available from many SHRP (Federal Highway Administration, 400 Seventh Street, S.
If our roads fail to perform and meet the new criteria set by the SHRP test procedures and, more importantly, the various levels of the Superpave mixture tests, scrap tire rubber use in roads will be very short lived.
We intend to work closely with SHRP to optimize the use and value of these assets, including the real estate, to maximize Penn National's return from this transaction.
Highway Concrete Technology Development and Testing, Volume III: Field Evaluation of SHRP C-205 Test Sites (High Performance Concrete)
The magnitude of these savings means that highway agencies will quickly recover the $45 million spent to research, develop, and implement the SHRP winter maintenance products.
One of the projects, (SHRP C-103) under the structures portion of SHRP, evaluated the effectiveness of using corrosion inhibitors as a means for mitigating corrosion in rein forced components of concrete bridges.
To encourage more widespread use of this extremely cost-effective technology, SHRP has developed a Snow Fence Guide that covers everything maintenance engineers need to know to design and locate snow fences correctly.
Immediately placed in the joint role is Jerry Levin, a member of the SHRP board of directors who previously served as the chairman of American Household.
Seven years ago, SHRP researchers published a two-volume set of manuals aimed at assisting highway agencies and contractors in determining the most effective and cost-efficient means for repairing asphalt and portland cement concrete pavements.