2 edition of Vehicle/Pavement Interaction found in the catalog.
by Society of Automotive Engineers Inc
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||96|
Pavement analysis and design, pavement management systems, pavement maintenance and evaluation, highway materials, vehicle-pavement interaction, and computer applications. Research Group: Dr. Mike Mamlouk played a major role in introducing the subject of dynamic analysis as a viable method for pavement evaluation. Thesis (PhD (Transportation Engineering))--University of Pretoria, Please read the abstract (Thesis Summary) in the section, 00front of this documentCited by: 6.
He is a professionally registered pavement engineer with a research interest in vehicle-pavement interaction, accelerated pavement testing, pavement engineering, pavement materials, Civiltronics and instrumentation. He has authored, co-authored and edited 36 journal papers, 21 book chapters (author / co-author / editor) and conference papers. Numerical simulation approach has recently grown in popularity due to its wide range of applications in the solving of random vehicle-pavement interaction (VPI). This study proposes a framework to simulate the dynamic vehicle load process due to a quarter-truck vehicle model moving along a rough road surface. A procedure used to generate artificial time histories of dynamic vehicle load on Author: Jeng-Hsiang Lin.
Journal of the South African Institution of Civil Engineering • Volume 55 Number 3 October 79 vehicle–pavement interaction and pavement materials. He is the author and co-author of 13 journal papers, 13 book chapters and 59 conference papers. Contact details: Graduate School of Technology Management University of Pretoria. The vehicle-pavement interaction test facility consists of a large, rotatable, half-open drum with an internal diameter of 5,50 m, inside which caskets are mounted, which are filled with realistic road materials. Passenger car and truck tyres can roll on this road surface. Figure 1 – The Tyre Road Interaction Test Facility (PFF) of BASt.
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Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, Harold Godwin --Roughness model describing heavy vehicle-pavement interaction / A.T. Papagiannakis. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Suggested Citation:"CHAPTER THREE - VEHICLE PAVEMENT ENVIRONMENT INTERACTION." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
Significant Findings from Full-Scale Accelerated Pavement Testing. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ×. VEHICLE-PAVEMENT INTERACTION STUDY by R. Olson, J. Johnson, and B.
Gallaway Research Report Number lF Vehicle-Pavement Interaction Study Research Study Number Sponsored by the Texas Highway Department in Cooperation with U. Department of Transportation Federal Highway AdministrationFile Size: 1MB. The first approach is commonly referred to as dissipation-induced pavement–vehicle interaction (PVI), the second as deflection-induced PVI.
Based on the principle of frame independence, it is shown that both approaches are strictly equal, from a thermodynamic point of view, and thus predict the same amount of dissipated energy. T o cite this article: Vishwas Sawant () Dynamic analysis of rigid pavement with vehicle–pavement interaction, International Journal of Pavement Engineering, DOI: Included in the book are discussions on vehicle–pavement interaction, investigations by falling weight deflectometer (FWD) and heavy vehicle simulator (HVS), and design aspects of low volume and.
UCPRC-RR i DOCUMENT RETRIEVAL PAGE Research Report No.: UCPRC-RR Title: Freight-Truck-Pavement Interaction, Logistics, and Economics: Final Phase Report (Tasks 1–6) Authors: M. Steyn, N. Viljoen, L. Popescu, L.
du Plessis Caltrans Technical Leads: Nerie Rose Agacer-Solis and Bill Nokes Prepared for: California Department of TransportationAuthor: Wynand J. Steyn, Nadia Viljoen, Lorina Popescu, Louw du Plessis. Several aspects of vehicle-pavement interaction have been studied and discussed in this thesis.
Initially the pavement response is studied through a quasi-static and a dynamic computationally efficient framework under moving traffic loads. Subsequently, a non-stationary stochastic solution has been developed in order to account for the effect.
ASCE Subject Headings: Field tests, Asphalt pavements, Pavement condition, Load factors, Pavements, Vehicle loads, Vehicle-pavement interaction, Vehicles, South Dakota, United States Journal of Transportation Engineering. Included in the book are discussions on vehicle pavement interaction, investigations by falling weight deflectometer (FWD) and heavy vehicle simulator (HVS), and design aspects of low volume and rural roads, and surface and subsurface drainage considerations for pavements.
Innovative developments in pavement technology such as pre-stressed 4/5(16). HVTT12 1 VEHICLE-PAVEMENT INTERACTION MODELLING R.L. ROEBUCK1 R. ISOLA2 W.J. GOODRUM1 D. CEBON1,4 A.C. COLLOP3 1 University of Cambridge, United Kingdom 2 University of Nottingham, United Kingdom 3 De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom 4 Corresponding Author: email [email protected] Abstract This paper presents a new user friendly software File Size: 1MB.
Integration into new design method, and consideration of pavement vehicle interaction, freight damage and logistics Prof Wynand JvdM Steyn, Mr Bill Nokes. This article lays out a unified theory for dynamics of vehicle–pavement interaction under moving and stochastic loads.
It covers three major aspects of the subject: pavement surface, tire–pavement contact forces, and response of continuum media under moving and stochastic vehicular loads. Under the subject of pavement surface, the spectrum of thermal joints is analyzed using Fourier Cited by: 8.
Flexible Pavement Design Criteria by R.G. Ahlvin, Serial Information: Journal of the Air Transport Division,Vol. 88, Issue 1, Pg. Document Type: Journal Paper Abstract: Research in developing California Bearing Ratio method of pavement design; working reference by which design criteria for any desired loading can be produced; manner in which load, number, and spacing of Cited by: 5.
Title: SPR Vehicle-Pavement Interaction Author: ADOT Created Date: 4/24/ PM. Included in the book are discussions on vehicle pavement interaction and investigations by falling weight deflectometer (FWD) and heavy vehicle simulator (HVS) and design aspects of low volume and rural roads and, surface and subsurface drainage considerations for pavements.
Innovative developments in pavement technology such as pre-stressed /5(17). DYNAMIC VEHICLE-PAVEMENT INTERACTIONS The interaction between vehicle loads and pavement responses is frequently characterized as a one-way interaction, wherein the vehicle loads influence pavement responses bt¡t not vice versa.
In reality, a mutually sustaining process occuls' The roughness of the pavement surface excites dynamic forces. He is a professionally registered pavement engineer with a research interest in vehicle-pavement interaction, accelerated pavement testing, pavement engineering, pavement materials and instrumentation.
He has authored, co-authored and edited 30 journal papers, 20 book chapters (author / co-author / editor) and conference by: 1. Title: Vehicle/Pavement Interaction at the PACCAR Test Site Author: Joe P. Mahoney, Brian C. Winters, Karim Chatti, Thomas J.
Moran, Carl L. Monismith, Steven L. KramerFile Size: 8MB. The extent of good comparison between the computed and measured pavement response values under a variety of loading and pavement structural and material conditions, support the applicability of the procedures adopted in the paper to evaluate the vehicle-pavement interaction stresses resulting from off-road vehicle loading.In order to analyze the dynamic response of asphalt pavement under vehicle load, the random characteristic of pavement roughness was considered and the vehicle was simplified into 1/2 model with four freedom degrees when establishing the dynamic load model.
Then the sequence of the random dynamic load coefficient was obtained by developing a MATLAB program based on the incremental Cited by: 2.Flexible Pavement Distress Evaluation Using Image Analysis.
A unique combination of image histogram and projection histogram are employed to classify major distress types on flexible pavement. This technique has taken into account the presence of non-distress objects which include road markings, oil stains, and tire marks on the pavement by: