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Henning, T.F.P. (PhD)
Henning, T.F.P. (PhD)
Senior Lecturer, The University of Auckland
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The development of a benchmarking tool for monitoring progress towards sustainable transportation in New Zealand
TFP Henning, S Muruvan, WA Feng, RC Dunn
Transport Policy 18 (2), 480-488, 2011
502011
The development of pavement deterioration models on the state highway network of New Zealand
TFP Henning
PhD Thesis-University of Auckland, 2008
372008
Multiobjective Optimization for Maintenance Decision Making in Infrastructure Asset Management
L Chen, TFP Henning, A Raith, AY Shamseldin
Journal of Management in Engineering 31 (6), 04015015, 2015
312015
A framework for urban transport benchmarking
T Henning, MD Essakali, JE Oh
Transport, Water and Information and Communication Technology Department …, 2011
302011
The establishment of a long-term pavement performance study on the New Zealand state highway network
TFP Henning, SB Costello, RCM Dunn, CC Parkman, G Hart
Road & Transport Research 13 (2), 17, 2004
302004
The Calibration and Use of HDM-IV Performance Models in a Pavement Management System
GT Rohde, F Jooste, E Sadzik, T Henning
4th International Conference on Managing Pavements, Durban, RSA, 1998
281998
Identifying pavement deterioration by enhancing the definition of road roughness
D Brown, W Liu, TF Henning
272010
Relationship Between Traffic Loading and Environmental Factors and Low-Volume Road Deterioration
TFP Henning, D Alabaster, G Arnold, W Liu
Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board …, 2014
212014
A review of the HDM/dTIMS pavement models based on calibration site data
TFP Henning, SB Costello, TG Watson
Land Transport New Zealand, 2006
212006
Using support vector machines to predict the probability of pavement failure
MR Schlotjes, MPN Burrow, HT Evdorides, TFP Henning
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Transport 168 (3), 212-222, 2015
202015
Detecting Flushing of Thin-Sprayed Seal Pavements Using Pavement Management Data
S Kodippily, TFP Henning, JM Ingham
Journal of Transportation Engineering 138 (5), 665-673, 2011
192011
The Development of Gravel Deterioration Models for Adoption in a New Zealand Gravel Road Management System
TFP Henning, GJ Giummarra, DC Roux
Land Transport New Zealand Research Report, 2008
192008
Beyond the Certification Badge—How Infrastructure Sustainability Rating Tools Impact on Individual, Organizational, and Industry Practice
K Griffiths, C Boyle, TFP Henning
Sustainability 10 (4), 1038, 2018
182018
Infrastructure sustainability rating tools–how they have developed and what we might expect to see in the future
KA Griffiths, C Boyle, TFP Henning
IPWEA 2015: Sustainable Communities Sharing Knowldge, 2015
182015
Comparing results between the repeated load triaxial test and accelerated pavement test on unbound aggregate
J Hussain, DJ Wilson, TFP Henning, D Alabaster
Journal of materials in civil engineering 26 (3), 476-483, 2014
172014
What happens when it rains? Performance of unbound flexible pavements in accelerated pavement testing
J Hussain, D Wilson, T Henning, D Alabaster
Road & Transport Research, 2011
152011
Deformation and cracking performance of recycled asphalt paving mixes containing polymer-modified binder
S Kodippily, G Holleran, TFP Henning
Road Materials and Pavement Design 18 (2), 425-439, 2017
142017
A risk and criticality-based approach to bridge performance data collection and monitoring
S Bush, P Omenzetter, T Henning, P McCarten
Structure and Infrastructure Engineering 9 (4), 329-339, 2013
142013
Computed Tomography Scanning for Quantifying Chipseal Material Volumetrics
S Kodippily, TFP Henning, JM Ingham, G Holleran
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering 28 (3), 2012
132012
A New Approach for Modelling Rutting on the New Zealand State Highways
T Henning, R Dunn, S Costello, C Parkman
Road & Transport Research: A Journal of Australian and New Zealand Research …, 2009
132009
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