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Bicycles and motorcycles are widely-used transportation/recreation vehicles and an unstable platform. Compared with passenger vehicles, active safety technology is less developed for bicycle/motorcycle systems and yet it is urgently needed. The project will build a theoretical and algorithmic foundation for the bicycle-b…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2009/2010
WVU RU4474

Pipelines are by far the most important mode of petroleum transportation in the United States because of their remarkable efficiency and low transportation cost. Pipelines carry two-thirds of the energy consumed by our nation and are recognized as the safest and most economical way to distribute vast quantities of oil an…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2002/2003

The New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) is currently using Waterproofing Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) to overlay their concrete bridge deck systems. The waterproofing characteristics of the mix provide a protective coating on the concrete bridge deck to protect it from future exposure to environmental condition…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2008/2009
UVM RU2757

The main objective of the conducted research was to evaluate 3D-Radar GPR in bridge deck condition assessment and imaging, with an emphasis on detection and characterization of corrosion induced bridge deck delamination. A broader objective of the study was to provide data for comparative evaluation of the performance of…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2006/2007

The supply chain of soybeans is complex, encompassing multiple production sites and multiple modes of transportation. As a result, multiple factors affect the supply chain including weather, seasonality, price, equipment availability, congestion, modal delay, cargo ownership, and requirements pertaining to sustainability…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2016/2017

The objectives of this project were:

  • To analyze scope of work currently performed by the NJDOT Bureau of Materials,
  • To understand, based on facts available, current mission of the Bureau of Materials,
  • To understand past and current tasks performed by CAIT for NJDOT and to establish future…
FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2008/2009

The continued operation and economic development of the port facilities and private terminals in the New York and New Jersey metropolitan area is vital to the regional economy. Moreover, the preservation, conservation, and restoration of the regional harbor natural resources are critical to the quality of life in the met…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2001/2002

The primary objectives of the project were to perform a review of existing in-situ techniques of sediment erosion potential evaluation in contaminated “Superfund” sites in the United States and those from Europe and Japan and the applicability of soft soils in-situ stabilization and solidification techniques in marin…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2010/2011

The project will encompass forensic testing on extracted cores of the stone matrix asphalt rubber (SMAR) material placed on I-295. Cores were provided to the Rutgers Asphalt/Pavement Laboratory (RAPL) at CAIT via Advanced Infrastructure and Design (AID).

Performance testing on cores will determine the following vo…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2009/2010

The South Jersey Port Corporation (SJPC), Gloucester County Improvement Authority is interested in building upon the Delaware River maritime traffic model Rutgers’ CAIT developed for Area Maritime Security C…

FProject Status: Final Fiscal Year: FY2009/2010