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Pavement primary response to dynamic loading

William Kenis

Pavement primary response to dynamic loading

by William Kenis

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Research and Development, Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service in McLean, VA, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pavements -- Live loads -- Testing,
  • Pavements, Asphalt -- Testing,
  • Pavements, Flexible -- Testing

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsGeorge, David., Hammouda, Jamel., Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 61 p.
    Number of Pages61
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17838349M
    OCLC/WorldCa40849098

    What the relationship between pavement roughness and fuel consumption means for the length of the resurfacing cycle \/ James S. Gillespie and Kevin K. McGhee -- Application of analytic hierarchy process to select project scope for videologging and pavement condition data collection \/ Charles D. Larson and Ernest H. Forman -- Dynamic. Therefore, this paper presents dynamically varying tire pavement interaction load, thus enable to assess the strain response of pavements influenced by road roughness, truck suspension system, variation of axle loading and vehicle speed. A m pavement with good evenness was simulated to check the sensitivity of the dynamic loads and heavy.

    The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Road Transport Research Programme has found that dynamic pavement loading is increasing in OECD countries, resulting in an increased rate of road wear. based on measurements of primary pavement response and the rates of damage progression in a flexible pavement subjected to Author: W J Kenis, W Wang. AIRCRAFT PAVEMENT LOADING: STATIC AND DYNAMIC. The subject of pavement loading by aircraft is treated by presenting a series of tables and figures designed to cover the essentials of pavement loading through the various phases of aircraft operation. The phases include static, slow taxi, steady-state turns at various speeds and turn radii.

    6. Generating a time history of dynamic vehicle load. The closed-form solution for S F F (ω) in Eq. (7) can be utilized to simulate the time history of dynamic vehicle load F (t) for pavement response analysis. The methods used in the analysis of pavement structures under a moving vehicle load can be classified into two categories: theoretical and : Jeng-Hsiang Lin.   The objective of this study is to investigate the effects of vehicle operation properties on vehicle dynamic loads. A continuous or distributed model is formulated using a two-dimensional (2D) half-truck finite element model and analysed. Using the 2D half-truck finite element model, numerical simulations were performed to obtain the dynamic loads using various parameters such as the road Cited by: 8.


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Pavement primary response to dynamic loading by William Kenis Download PDF EPUB FB2

And that dynamic loading depended on the type of suspension used. The work in Germany also showed that the critical strains in pavements reflected the total static plus dynamic load applied to the pavement surface.

The dynamic loads had predominant frequencies of -4 Hz if they were caused byFile Size: KB. 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.

Pavement Preservation Technology in France, South Africa and Australia: FHWA-PL Pavement Primary Response to Dynamic Loading: FHWA-RD Pavement Recycling Executive Summary and Report: FHWA-SA Pavement Recycling Guidelines for Local Governments: FHWA-TS Journal of Biomimetics, Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering Materials Science.

Defect and Diffusion Forum. 10 Why Dynamic Analysis Is Needed. • Quasi-static visco analysis: ÎDoes not consider mass inertia and damping forces • Dynamic analysis: ÎConsiders mass inertia and damping forces effect on pavement responses ÎVarious contact areas of tire imprint can affect the inertia forces ÎPavement response is affected by loading amplitude • Successfully coupled with linear viscoelastic.

The analysis of the pavement response can be either static or dynamic. The static analysis uses a static approach based on the multi-layered elastic theory or the finite elements methods [3].

Whereas the dynamic analysis uses the elastodynamic approach or the dynamic finite element method to calculate the deflection of the pavement surface [4].Cited by:   Dynamic response of asphalt concrete (AC) pavements under moving load is a key component for accurate prediction of flexible pavement performance.

The time and temperature dependency of AC materials calls for utilizing advanced material characterization and mechanistic theories, such as viscoelasticity and stress/strain analysis. In layered elastic analysis, as implemented Cited by: test series 1, 2, 5 and 6.

Ratios of the recorded dynamic to static axle loads, termed the dynamic impact factor (CIF), were determined and used in analyses carried out to assess the effect of dynamic axle loadings on pavement deflections.

Pavement Performance Measures and Forecasting and The Effects of Maintenance and Rehabilitation Strategy on Treatment Effectiveness (Revised) FHWA-HRT Pavement Primary Response to Dynamic Loading: FHWA-RD Pavement Recycling Executive Summary and Report: FHWA-SA Pavement Remaining Service Interval: From a band that started its career with static and ended it with an acoustic guitar, comes a book that does a great job of trying to explain it all.

Perfect Sound Forever does a wonderful job of trying to crack the walls of Pavement. Throughout its year life, many journalists tried to get to S.M., Spiral, et al., but few succeeded.

Mr/5(12). • Dynamic response of AC pavements under moving load is a key component for accurate prediction of flexible pavement performance.

• Reliable determination of pavement responses to moving load is essential for a successful mechanistic design procedure. • File Size: 2MB. This book presents a rigorous treatment of the fundamental, mathematical behaviour of pavement structures under dynamic loading.

The topic is of growing importance in economic design of aircraft runways and highway pavements. A range of modelling approaches are. Dynamic Response Coefficient (DRC) of a thin pavement for maximum tensile strength at site 1 (smooth), 80 km/h ( mph), 40˚C (˚F), and air suspension along with pavement response locations.

of loading are presented. Assessing the response of pavement systems to dynamic loads requires knowledge of the applied load spectrum, solutions for representations of pavement systems that permit inclusion of dynamic effects, and measures of the dynamic response of materials that make up.

Asphalt mixtures are flexible and ductile [3], have viscoelastic properties [4] that provide a good response to vehicle dynamic loads [5], their cost is normally similar to that of other pavement. In this study, ABAQUS finite element (FE) modeling in three-dimensional (3-D) loading mode was utilized to analytically investigate and quantify the effects of tire inclination and dynamic loading on the stress–strain responses of a pavement structure under varying loading and environmental by: 4.

PAVEMENT RESPONSE TO AIRCRAFT DYNAMIC LOADS. VOLUME III: COMPENDIUM. Instrumented aircraft were used to apply static and dynamic loads to instrumented pavement structures (both flexible and rigid) at the National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center (NAFEX), Atlantic City, N.

Volume I of this report describes the resting program and instrumentation : R H Ledbetter. pavement and for predicting the loading that might result from specified roadway and traffic conditions. Materials testing related to dynamic vehic­ ular loading is also discussed.

The combination of more realistically defined traffic loading and an accurate assessment of the behavior of pavement materi­ als in response to these loads.

Flexible pavement responses to vehicular loading such as critical stresses and strains, in each pavement layer, could be predicted by the multilayered elastic analysis. However, most of conventional approaches suffer from major drawbacks including material properties considered in the analysis, and assumptions related to tire-pavement contact.

A comprehensive, state-of-the-art guide to pavement design and materials. With innovations ranging from the advent of Superpave™, the data generated by the Long Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) project, to the recent release of the Mechanistic-Empirical pavement design guide developed under NCHRP Study A, the field of pavement engineering is experiencing significant by:.

A frequency response analysis was applied to obtain the vertical and angular modal vehicle dynamic response with the excitation of the power spectral density (PSD) of the pavement roughness. The results show that at low speed, the vehicle suspension mode is magnified due to the unpaved track signature.These dynamic tire forces are then combined with the appropriate pavement primary-response influence functions to give primary-response histories at regularly spaced points along the pavement.

The primary-response histories are then transformed into an increment of damage at each point along the pavement due to a single vehicle pass, and the.TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH RECO RD I T96 l6l Analyzing the Interactions Between Dynamic Vehicle Loads and Highway Pavements Mrcllanr J.

Menxow, exn Eoweno Anno J. Kanr HnonIcx, Bnrex D. BnaonMEYER/ Mechanistic models to predict structural performance and deterioration have been developed for both flexible and rigid pavements. However, many of these models retain a simplified.