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25 References Takahashi, S. Comprehensive study on the porous Asphalt effects on expressways in Japan: based on field data analysis in the last decade, Road Mater. Pavement Des. 14 (2013) pp. 239–255. King, W.B., Jr., M.S. Kabir, S.B. Cooper, Jr., and C. Abadie. Evaluation of Open Graded Friction Course (OGFC), Louisiana Transp. Res. Cent. Rep. FHWA/LA.13/513, 2013. Cooley, L.A. Jr., Brumfield, J.W., Mallick, R.B., Mogawer, W.S., Partl, M., Pulikakos, L., and Hicks, G. NCHRP Report 640: Construction and Maintenance Practices for Permeable Friction Courses, Transportation Research Board of the National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2009. Kandhal, P.S. Asphalt Pavements Mitigate Tire/Pavement Noise, Hot Mix Asphalt Technology: March/April, 2004, pp. 22– 31. Kandhal P.S., Design, construction and maintenance of open-graded aphalt friction courses, in: Natl. Aphalt Pavement Assoc. Inf. Ser., 115, 2002. Watson, D., Tran, N.H., Rodezno, C., Taylor, A.J., and James, T.M. Jr. NCHRP Research Report 877: Performance-Based Mix Design of Porous Friction Courses. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C., 2018. Watson, D., Qureshi, N., Xie, Z., and Tran, N. Improvement of Open-Graded Friction Course in Alabama. NCAT Report 20-07, Auburn, Alabama. 2020. Bennert, T., & Cooley, A., Evaluate the Contribution of the Mixture Components of the Longevity and Performance of FC- 5. FDOT. Gainesville, Florida. 2014. Mejias de Pernia, Y., Metz, H., Gunaratne, M., Nash, T., and Musselman, J. Application of Image Analysis Techniques to Develop a Quality Control Tool for Automated Optimum Binder Content Determination of Open-Graded Friction Course Mixtures, Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2575, 2016, pp. 48-60. Arambula-Mercado et al. Evaluation of FC-5 with PG 76-22 HP to Reduce Raveling. FDOT Final Report No. BE287, Tallahassee, Florida, 2019. Arambula-Mercado et al. Understanding mechanisms of raveling to extend open-graded friction course service life. FDOT Final Report No. BDR74-977-04, Tallahassee, Florida, 2016. Gu, F., Moraes, R., Yin, F., Watson, D., Taylor, A., and Chen, C. Study of Anti-Strip Additives on Granite Based FC-5 Asphalt Mixtures. FDOT Final Report No. BE555, Tallahassee, Florida, 2020.

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Porous Friction Course (PFC) mixtures are designed with an open aggregate structure to yield high inplace air voids (i.e., typically between 15 and 20 percent). This allows rainwater to drain horizontally through the layer toward the edge of the pavement structure, thereby improving pavement surface friction.

The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Web-Only Document 305: Validation of a Performance-Based Mix Design Method for Porous Friction Courses is designed to assist state highway agencies in implementing the proposed performance-based mix design procedure, verify if the thresholds proposed in the procedure could be achieved, and refine the procedure if needed.

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