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60 Appendices Appendices A through T are not published herein but they are available on the NCHRP Report 669 summary web page at The titles of the appen- dices are: Appendix A: Program Flow Charts Appendix B: Pavement Temperature Prediction Appendix C: Categorization of Traffic Loads Appendix D: Cumulative Axle Load Distribution as a Function of Tire Footprint Length Appendix E: Determination of Hourly Traffic Numbers Appendix F: Artificial Neural Network Models of Stress Intensity Factors Appendix G: Binder and Mixture Properties Appendix H: Fracture Properties of Asphalt Mixtures Appendix I: Viscoelastic Thermal Stress Computation Appendix J: Collection of Test Sections and Field Performance Data Appendix K: Reflection Cracking Amount and Severity Model Appendix L: Calibration of the Reflection Cracking Amount and Severity Model Appendix M: Calibrated Parameters of the Reflection Cracking Amount and Severity Model Appendix N: Calibration of the Computational Model to Field Data Appendix O: User's Guide to the Reflection Cracking Model Appendix P: User's Guide to the Computational Model to Field Data Calibration Program Appendix Q: Finite Element Program to Calculate Stress Intensity Factor Appendix R: Evaluation of Available Reflection Cracking Models Appendix S: Sensitivity Analysis of Designing Program Appendix T: The Comparison of Field Data and Predicting Results