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The chapter's first kick-off meeting in February 2015 gathered University of Utah graduate students and faculty from transportation engineering, pavement design, and materials.
The study, titled "A Life-Cycle Methodology for Energy Use by In-Place Pavement Recycle Techniques," is expected to be completed by the end of 2016.
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