Date of Award
Master of Science
John S. Schwartz
Jon Hathaway, Thanos Papanicolaou
The Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control (EPSC) market continuously expands with the addition of new products based on research and development. While some products may require special equipment for installation, others are installation ready. There have not been any investigations conducted on installation complications and cost to gain feedback from construction field personnel with regard to which practices are performing better and/or are preferred. The objective of this thesis is to further evaluate the current practices from performance and cost perspectives, in order to improve the plans development efficiency for the Tennessee Department of Transportation’ Roadway Design, Environmental, and Operations Divisions.
Hangul, Ali Riza, "In Service Performance Evaluation of Erosion Prevention Sediment Control Devices. " Master's Thesis, University of Tennessee, 2017.