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Principles of Pavement Engineering

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The new edition of Principles of Pavement Engineering is a crucial guide for those involved in the science of pavement design. It provides an in-depth analysis of the principles underlying material behaviour, pavement design and maintenance, making it essential reading for pavement engineers and infrastructure experts who are faced with practical design issues for which transient standards are insufficient


Características

  • ISBN: 9780727758538
  • Páginas: 430
  • Tamaño: 17x24
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  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2014

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Contenido Principles of Pavement Engineering

The new edition of Principles of Pavement Engineering is a crucial guide for those involved in the science of pavement design. It provides an in-depth analysis of the principles underlying material behaviour, pavement design and maintenance, making it essential reading for pavement engineers and infrastructure experts who are faced with practical design issues for which transient standards are insufficient. The new edition explores different construction types and levels of cost efficiency around the world and concentrates on an understanding of the behaviour of pavement materials and of the real meaning of tests carried out on those materials. Covering soils, granular materials, hydraulically-bound materials (including concrete), and asphalt, Principles of Pavement Engineering, explains their various properties and the way in which they are affected by such matters as compaction, water content and binder content.

Principles of Pavement Engineering offers an up-to date expansion on the fundamental principles of pavement engineering, including new information on
• warm-mix and cold-mix asphalt
• design against potholes
• stress absorbing membrane interlayers
• updated information on asphalt recycling, surface treatments, pavement edge issues and parking areas and the difficult issue of maintenance, strengthening and rehabilitation design.

This second edition offers a broad and applicable coverage of the subject, making it a key reference for practising pavement engineers at all levels as well as students and graduates.

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Contents

Part 1: Principles and practicalities

    Introduction

    1.1. The long history of the paved highway
    1.2. Materials for pavement construction
    1.3. Typical pavement structures
    1.4. Financial cost
    1.5. Sustainability and the environment
    1.6. Summary References

    Pavement applications

    2.1. High-speed highways
    2.2. Urban roads
    2.3. Estate roads
    2.4. Rural roads
    2.5. Pedestrian areas and cycle paths
    2.6. Car, coach and lorry parks
    2.7. Ports and heavy industrial pavements
    2.8. Airfield pavements
    2.9. Summary References
   
    Construction issues

    3.1. Unbound material
    3.2. Hydraulically-bound material
    3.3. Asphalt
    3.4. Summary References
  
    Basic engineering concepts

    4.1. Basic quantities
    4.2. Mechanical properties
    4.3. Thermal properties Reference
    Conclusion to Part 1
   
Part 2: Materials

    Unbound material

    6.1. Shear strength
    6.2. Stiffness
    6.3. Deformation under repeated load
    6.4. Permeability, suction, plasticity and frost
    6.5 Summary References
  
    Hydraulically-bound material
   
    7.1. Strength
    7.2. Fatigue
    7.3. Durability
    7.4. Thermal properties
    7.5 Stiffness
    7.6. Mixture design
    7.7. Summary References
   
    Asphalt
   

    8.1. Bitumen
    8.2. The mechanics of asphalt behaviour
    8.3. Asphalt stiffness
    8.4. Fracture and fatigue of asphalt
    8.5. Permanent deformation
    8.6. Durability
    8.7. Mixture design
    8.8. Summary References

    Reinforcing products
    
    9.1. Unbound material reinforcement
    9.2. Hydraulically-bound material reinforcement
    9.3. Asphalt reinforcement 9.4. Summary References
    Conclusion to Part 2

Part 3: Design

    Approaches to design
   
     11.1. Methods, manuals and guides
     11.2. Engineering principles
     11.3. Whole-life cost
     11.4. Sustainability
     11.5. Summary References
  
    Traffic loading
   
    12.1. Traffic variables
    12.2. Determining design traffic
    12.3. Summary References
 
    Design against rutting
   
    13.1. Subgrade deformation
    13.2. Deformation in granular layers
    13.3. Deformation in asphalt
    13.4. Summary References

    Design against cracking – concrete pavements
  
   14.1. Cracking in pavement quality concrete
   14.2. Reinforced concrete
   14.3. Summary References

    Design against cracking – asphalt pavements

   15.1. Low-temperature cracking
   15.2. Wheel-path cracking
   15.3. Pavement edge design
   15.4 Design with reinforced asphalt
   15.5 Summary References

    Design against cracking – composite pavements
 
   16.1. Cracking in hydraulically-bound base
   16.2. Reflective cracking
   16.3. Summary References
 
    Design for durability

   17.1. The effect of time
   17.2. The effect of water
   17.3. The effect of frost
   17.4. The pothole phenomenon
   17.5. Summary References
   
   Non-standard pavements
 
   18.1. Cold-mix asphalt pavements
   18.2. Grouted macadam pavements
   18.3. Sandwich construction
   18.4. Drainage pavements
   18.5. Block paving

   18.6. Summary References
 
   Pavement surface design
 
   19.1. Achieving good ride quality
   19.2. Material strength and contribution to pavement strength
   19.3. Achieving skidding resistance
   19.4. Reducing spray
   19.5. Low-noise pavements
   19.6. Summary References

    Design reliability

    20.1. Selecting the appropriate reliability level
    20.2. A statistical view of design inputs
    20.3. Design assurance
    20.4. Summary References

    Conclusion to Part 3

Part 4: Maintenance

    Pavement evaluation
   
     22.1. Visual condition surveys
     22.2. Profile surveys
     22.3. Skid resistance surveys
     22.4. Cores and trial pits
     22.5. Ground-penetrating radar
     22.6. Deflection surveys
     22.7. Pavement evaluation planning
     22.8. Summary References
   
    Diagnosis

    23.1. Pavements with an asphalt surface
    23.2. Pavements with a concrete surface
    23.3. Other pavement types
    23.4. Summary
   
    Prognosis

     24.1. Substantially intact asphalt pavements
     24.2. Substantially intact concrete pavements
     24.3. Failing asphalt pavements
     24.4. Failing concrete pavements
     24.5. The effect of debonding
     24.6. Summary
   
    Regular treatments and repairs

   
    25.1. Sealing
    25.2. Reprofiling
    25.3. Local repairs
    25.4. Surface treatments
    25.5. Summary References

    Rehabilitation design

    26.1. Drainage improvement
    26.2. Overlays/inlays to asphalt pavements
    26.3. Overlays/inlays to concrete pavements
    26.4. Hot in situ recycling of asphalt
    26.5. Cold in situ recycling
    26.6. Summary References

    Pavement management
 
    27.1. Practical constraints
    27.2. Project-level optimisation
    27.3. Network-level optimisation
    27.4. Summary

    Conclusion to Part 4

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