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Learn the rules, equipment needs, proper methods and safety aspects for properly securing any load. Learn how to calculate the number, type and placement of load securement devices. Learn how to identify the system's weak link. Learn how securement needs vary by cargo type. What does law enforcement...

Part 1 of an 8-Part Webinar Series on Roadway/Street Pipes Review of MnDOT’s Enhanced Culvert Inspections and Best Practices Guidebook by the author, Doug Youngblood. Culvert inspection is a key enabler that allows transportation departments to manage a state-wide highway culvert system. When...

The presentation will cover research methods and results of the Mountain Plains Consortium (MPC)-392 research project on this topic. The study conducted by the University of Utah was intended to evaluate the spliced sleeve connection (SSC) for Accelerated Bridge Construction (ABC). The study verified...

This presentation will cover research conducted by South Dakota State University under the Mountain Plains Consortium and with additional funding from South Dakota Department of Transportation. Pavement marking retro reflectivity is achieved by using various materials on PCC and asphalt pavements. This...

This webinar will present the research findings on the Mountain-Plains Consortium Research Project MPC-407 on drivers and cell phone usage. Two research reports were created during this project: Why Drivers Use Cell Phones and Support Legislation to Restrict This Practice, Report MPC-17-323 Cell...

This short module introduces the learner to modules on the soil moisture-density relationship and soil drying methods.

This module covers the test method to determine the percentage of lightweight pieces in aggregate by means of a sink-float separation in a heavy liquid. It includes: Why you perform the Lightweight Pieces in Aggregate Test; Equipment used; Obtaining the sample; Conducting the test; Calculating the...

This module covers the process of determining the total moisture content of a soil using a microwave or an oven. Each section explains when you would normally use the method, the equipment you need for that particular method, and how to conduct the procedure. It also shows how to calculate and record...

This module covers the process of determining the maximum dry density and optimum moisture content of soils using AASHTO T 180 Method A. It includes:Compaction, density and maximum dry density definitionsHow to verify effort on embankment and if the road is properly compactedMoisture density relationship...

This modules covers the process of determining the maximum dry density and optimum moisture content of soils using AASHTO T 180 Method A. It is a shorter version of the Proctor Test module; however, this module includes the following:Equipment needed to conduct the testWhat a mositure-density relationship...

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