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Switching to International Roughness Index
The International Roughness Index (IRI) has become a well-recognized standard for measurement of pavement roughness. The main objectives of the study were to evaluate the consequences of switching toExpand
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Mitigation of Highway Traffic-Induced Vibration
The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the various sources of traffic-induced noise vibration, identify possible causes that may result in vibration concerns, and outline procedures forExpand
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Allocation of Pavement Damage Due to Trucks Using a Marginal Cost Method
A procedure was developed for quantifying the pavement cost of proposed changes in regulations governing truck weights and dimensions, particularly the marginal cost method used for pavement costExpand
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GENERAL AXLE LOAD EQUIVALENCY FACTORS
The cumulative pavement damage effects of all highway vehicles are usually quantified using axle load equivalency factors. The existing axle load equivalency factors depend on, among other variables,Expand
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FACTOR ANALYSIS OF PAVEMENT DISTRESSES FOR SURFACE CONDITION PREDICTIONS
Pavement distress informatioon is needed to assess maintenance requirements and to plan rehabilitation. For immediate maintenance requirements, it is necessary that the details of individual distressExpand
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Estimating Cumulative Traffic Loads, Final Report for Phase 1
The knowledge of traffic loads is a prerequisite for the pavement analysis process, especially for the development of load-related distress prediction models. Furthermore, the emergingExpand
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PAVEMENT CONDITION INDEX (PCI) FOR FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS
Pavement condition index (pci) is a new measure of pavement performance for rating pavements with asphalt concrete surfaces. The pci comprises two components: 1) riding comfort rating (rcr) forExpand
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Common Airport Pavement Maintenance Practices
This synthesis study is intended to inform airport pavement engineers and airport maintenance managers and personnel about how airports implement a pavement maintenance management program, includingExpand
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Development of Regional Traffic Data for the Mechanistic–Empirical Pavement Design Guide
To obtain full benefits from the new Guide for Mechanistic–Empirical Design of New and Rehabilitated Pavement Structures (MEPDG), it is necessary to characterize pavement traffic loads using detailedExpand
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MODIFICATION OF TEMPERATURE SUSCEPTIBILITIES OF ASPHALT PAVING MIXTURES WITH DISCUSSION
THE PRINCIPAL POINTS AND CONCLUSIONS OF THIS PAPER MAY BE SUMMARIZED AS FOLLOWS: (1) THREE MAJOR STRUCTURAL SUBSYSTEMS--FATIGUE, PERMANENT DEFORMATION, AND SHRINKAGE FRACTURE--ARE INCLUDED IN THEExpand
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