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John Zaniewski
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources
West Virginia University
Morgantown, WV 26506

Asphalt Technology Related Classes At WVU

CE 310 - Civil Engineering Materials - Study of the materials used by civil engineers for the construction of the infrastructure. Topics include the properties of steel, aluminum, aggregates, concrete, asphalt, wood and composites.

CE 332 - Introduction to Transportation Engineering - Study of basic concepts needed for the design of transportation systems, with emphasis on highway design. Junior level required course for Civil Engineers.

CE 413 - Construction Methods - Study of construction management issues, including the construction process, estimating, project planning and cost control.
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CE 490 - Construction Engineering - Study of construction engineering issues, including equipment capacity and selection, specifications, and inspection of the construction process.

CE 490b - Asphalt Pavement Design, Construction and Maintenance - Covers the basics of asphalt pavement design, construction and maintenance. The text for the class is the NCAT book, Hot Mix Asphalt Materials, Mixture Design and Construction, second edition. The course is offered in spring semesters. The basics of the Superpave mix design method for asphalt concrete are covered.
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CE 511 - Pavement Design - Effects of traffic, soil, and environment on the design and behavior of pavement systems. Design of pavement systems considering drainage and climate. Includes pavement performance and condition surveys.

CEE 590 - Infrastructure Management - Using the principles of pavement managment systems, the systems approach to is applied to all forms of civil engineering infrastructure. The text for the course is Modern Pavement Managment, which was coauthored by the instructor.

CE 590C - Advanced Pavement Design - A variety of topics are covered in this class based on the needs and desires of the students. Subjects can include theoretical analysis of pavement structures, the development of statistically based quality control specifications, pavement maintenance and rehabilitation methods.