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Do you beat to your own drum? Do you follow the crowd?
October 29, 2020
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October 29, 2020

Read pages 29-43 of the FAA .sforoundtable.org/assets/issues/nextgen/NextGen_Implementation_Plan_2012.pdf”>http://www.sforoundtable.org/assets/issues/nextgen/NextGen_Implementation_Plan_2012.pdf (Links to an external site.), and answer the five questions listed on the Case Study documentAnswer the following case study questions: 1. Summarize the problems with the 1993 research and development plan: Airport
Pavements – Solutions for Tomorrow’s Aircraft? Since then, what steps has the FAA
taken to eliminate the use of the old design procedures? What aspects of pavement
design, construction, and evaluation remain to be studied? 2. Explain why the Airport Improvement Program (AIP) funding limits on pavement
design life time frames make it important to distinguish between pavement structural
life and functional life when evaluating pavement life extension and life cycle costs
analysis. 3. Compare the difference in determining pavement life cycle costs between 20 – 40
years using the traffic loading rather that of time. 4. What are the current functions of FAA PAVEAIR? What additional functions are
expected to be added? 5. Evaluate how reducing pavement maintenance costs to airport operators by
extending the pavement life cycle beyond 20 years will benefit airline operators.

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