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A Mobile Profilometer For Road Surface Monitoring By Use Of Accelerometers
Surface roughness of a pavement has been recognized to be an important parameter for determining maintenance and rehabilitation needs for road networks. To predict roughness condition reliably, an objective and repeatable ...
Development Of A Pavement Condition Assessment Method For The Interstate Highway System
As part of a project conducted by the United States Department of Transportation (US DOT) Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), methods are being developed to assess infrastructure condition and health with a focus on ...
Identifying Fine Aggregates Prone to Polishing in PCC Pavements
Surface polishing in portland cement concrete (PCC) pavements leads to higher incidences of skid-related accidents on highways. This type of failure is often associated with the usage of softer fine aggregate such as ...
On-Board Estimation of Water Depth Using Low-Cost Sensors
Last century has seen the emergence of many active safety systems, which have highly participated in reducing the number of car crashes. Nevertheless, those systems can be improved. In particular, information about the ...
Selection Of The Most Cost Effective Pavement Maintenance Treatment For Selected Airport Pavements In New Mexico
Due to environmental conditions and air traffic, pavements deteriorate with age. Periodic maintenance is of utmost importance to keep them in safe operable condition. Limited studies have been reported on airport pavement ...
Using Tire/Pavement Interface Noise Results to Define Statistically Similar Bituminous Pavements in Massachusetts
In October 2010, the Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation (CAIT) utilized the On-Board Sound Intensity Method in Massachusetts to evaluate seven Open-Graded Friction Courses (OGFC) and eight Asphalt Rubber ...