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38. Huebner, R. S., Reed, J. R., and Henry, J. J., Criteria for Predicting Hydroplaning Potential." American Society of Civil Engineers Journal of Transportation Engirzeenr~g, Vol. 112, No. 5 (September 1986) pp. 549-553. 39. Izzard, C. F., "Hydraulics of Runoff From Developed Surfaces. Highway Research Board, Proc. Vol. 26 (1946) pp. 129-150. 40. Dahir, S. H., Henry, J. J., and Meyer, W. E., Seasonal Skid-Resistance Variations. NTIS: PB80-222441 (1979). 41. Wambold, J. C., Road Characteristics and Skid Testing." Transportation Research Record No. 1196 (1988) pp. 294-299. 42. American Society for Testing Materials, "Standard Practice for Calculating Mean Profile Depth." ASTM E 1845-96, Philadelphia, PA. 43. Barker, E. S., and Sawyer, C. L. 12 (1952), pp. 251-270. "Highway Subdrainage." Public Roads, Vol. 26, No. 44. Agrawal, S. K., and Henry I. I., "Experimental Investigation of the Transient Aspect of Hydroplaning. Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington, D. C., Proc. (January 1980) pp. 35. 137

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