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John E. Haddock

Professor of Civil Engineering and Director of Indiana Local Technical Assistance Program (IN LTAP)

Purdue University
Lyles School of Civil Engineering
550 Stadium Mall Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2051

Office: HAMP G227
Phone: (765) 496-3996
Email: jhaddock@purdue.edu

Specialty Area(s)

Personal Web Site
https://engineering.purdue.edu/CE/Academics/Groups/Materials/Details/FacultyInfo/JHaddock

Education
Ph.D., Auburn University, 1998
M.S.C.E., Purdue University, 1993
B.S., Purdue University 1987

Research Summary
Bituminous materials and mixture design, pavement design, non-destructive pavement testing, pavement materials including aggregates and soil, pavement management, pavement failure investigation.

Selected Research Projects


  • Validation of Superpave Mixture Design and Analysis Procedures Using the NCAT Test Track, JTRP (1998-Present), PI

  • Investigation of the Performance of Neat and Modified Asphalt Binders, JTRP (2001-Present), PI

  • Frictional Resistance of Aggregates for Hot-Mix Asphalt Pavements, JTRP (2002-Present), PI

  • HMA Pavement Performance and Durability, JTRP (2002-Present), PI

  • Investigation of Coarse Aggregate Strength for Use in Stone Matrix Asphalt, JTRP (2004-2005), PI

  • Validation of Performance-Related Test of Aggregates for Use in Hot-Mix Asphalt, NCHRP (2000-2005), Co-PI

  • Frictional Resistance of Aggregates for Hot-Mix Asphalt Pavements, JTRP, (John E. Haddock, P.I.).



Honors & Awards
Asphalt Institute Scholarship on Asphalt Materials and Construction Technology, 1989.

Ward K. Parr/Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists Scholarship, 1994.

Runner Up, Walter J. Emmons Award for Best Paper, Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists, 1997.

Selected Publications


  • Vivar, Eliana and Haddock, J. E.(2007), "Hot-Mix Asphalt Permeability and Porosity", Journal of the Association of Asphalt Paving Technologists, in press.

  • Fang, H., Hand, A. J., Haddock, J. E. and White, T. D. (2007), "An Object-Oriented Framework for Finite Element Pavement Analysis", Advanced in Engineering Software, in press.

  • Kestler, Maureen A., Berg, Richard L. and Haddock, John E. (2005), “Can Spring Load Restrictions on Low-Volume Roads Be Shortened Without Increasing Road Damage?” Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1913, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, pp. 126-136.

  • Haddock, John E., Hand, Adam J.T., Fang, Hongbin and White, Thomas D. (2005), "Determining Layer Contributions to Rutting by Surface Profile Analysis", Journal of Transportation Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. 131 (2), pp. 131-139.

  • Sivasubramaniam, Sivaranjan, Galal, Khalad, Noureldin, A. Samy, White, Thomas D. and Haddock, John E. (2004), "Laboratory,Proto-type, and In-Service Accelerated Pavement Testing to Model Permanent Deformation", Transportation Research Record, Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1896, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, pp. 189-198.

  • Fang, H., Haddock, J. E., White, T. D., Hand, A. J. (2004), "On the Characterization of Flexible Pavements Rutting Using Creep Model Based Finite Element Analysis", Finite Elements in Analysis and Design, Vol. 41 (1), pp. 49-73.