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New emphasis on PCN analysis and reporting at the Pavement Design & Evaluation Workshop

from ACC

Join ACC for the latest training in airport pavements at the ACC Institute Pavement Design & Evaluation Workshop, Jan. 30-Feb. 1 in Tampa, Fla. Aimed at engineers and practitioners responsible for the design or construction of new or rehabilitated airfield pavements, this course consists of a combination of lecture discussion and pavement design workshops from airport consultants, FAA representatives and other industry leaders. It reflects the changes to FAA AC 5320-6E and provides hands-on experience with FAARFIELD, the FAA's pavement design software. With the recent release of the revised Advisory Circular (AC) 150/5335-5B Standardized Method of Reporting Airport Pavement Strength - PCN, and the impending PCN reporting requirements for both primary and non-primary airports with air carrier aircraft, the approximate half-day of this workshop spent on computing and reporting PCNs is essential content for airport engineers. At the end of the course, successful participants will have completed 18 Professional Development Hours (PDH) and will be able to describe the principles of airfield pavement design, develop airfield pavement designs for new or rehabilitation projects, calculate a PCN, and evaluate the structural capacity of existing pavements using the FAA's latest pavement design procedures and tools.

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