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Eric Chase

Research

Affiliation(s):

  • Larson Transportation Institute

201 Transportation Research Building

ehc111@psu.edu

814-865-3967

 
 

 

Education

  • BS, Geology, Guilford College, 1999
  • MS, Watershed Science, Colorado State University, 2005

Publications

Journal Articles

  • Audrey M Stallworth, Eric H Chase, William D Burgos and Nathaniel R. Warner, 2020, "Laboratory Method to Assess Efficacy of Dust Suppressants for Dirt and Gravel Roads", Transportation Research Record, 2647, pp. 188-199

Conference Proceedings

  • Eric H Chase and Elizabeth Heness, 2018, "Real-Time Monitoring of Dust Generation from Driving Surface Aggregate in Pennsylvania", Transportation Research Board - Annual Meeting Proceedings, pp. 13
  • Eric H Chase, 2014, "Regulation of TDS and Chloride from Oil and Gas Wastewater in Pennsylvania", pp. 95-106

Magazines/Trade Publications

  • Eric H Chase, 2018, "Dust Generation on Unpaved Roads in Central Pennsylvania", Roads and Bridges

Other

  • Eric H Chase and Shearer R Shearer, 2016, "Review and Evaluation of MS-O430-0010 PVC Storm Sewer Drain", pp. 4

Research Projects

Honors and Awards

Service

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About

Established in 1989 by the Pennsylvania Transportation Institute with funding provided by the Federal Transit Administration, the Larson Transportation Institute’s Bus Research and Testing Center tests buses for safety, structural integrity, durability, performance, maintainability, noise, emissions, energy economy, and fuel economy. Based primarily in Altoona, Pennsylvania, the Center also has a facility located at the Larson Transportation Institute Test Track in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania.  

Bus Research and Testing Center

2237 Plank Road

Duncansville, PA 16635

Phone: 814-695-3404

Fax: 814-695-4069