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Extension of AASHO road test performance concepts

Milton Edward Harr

Extension of AASHO road test performance concepts

by Milton Edward Harr

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Published by Highway Research Board in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pavements -- Testing,
  • Roads, Experimental

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 8.

    Statement[by] M. E. Harr and W. J. Head.
    SeriesNational Cooperative Highway Research Program. Report ;, 30, NAS-NRC publication 1475., Report (National Cooperative Highway Research Program) ;, 30., Publication (National Research Council (U.S.)) ;, no. 1475.
    ContributionsHead, W. J., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTE7 .N25 no. 30
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6009298M
    LC Control Number66062660

    concepts rather than sound engineering considerations. Another problem with this type of specification is determining reasonable levels of acceptance and determining relationships between the materials properties and final product performance. The Acceptance limits used on the AASHO Road Test were developed by a panel of engineers who used their. History And Development Of Concrete Pavement Design. Concrete pavement design in the United States started with the first concrete street built in , but really became a science following the Bates Road Test. Since then, Westergaard, Pickett, the Arlington tests, research at the Portland Cement Association Laboratory, field studies of pavement performance and more recently the AASHO Road.

    The right side of the above equation is then augmented with S o (to account for input value variability) and Z R (to establish a confidence level that a certain design will perform as intended) to obtain the final form of the equation. Values of Z R are always negative. Therefore, the quantity (Z R ´ S o) is always negative and will serve to decrease the predicted number of 80 kN . Electronic library. Download books free. Finding books | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.

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Extension of AASHO road test performance concepts by Milton Edward Harr Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Extension of AASHO road test performance concepts. [Milton Edward Harr; W J Head] -- Pavement performance, defined as the trend of PSI (present serviceability index) with increasing axle applications, was found to be functionally related at the AASHO Road Test to stressed and.

aasho road test performance concepts m. harr and w. head purdue research foundation purdue university research sponsored by the american association of state highway officials in cooperation with the bureau of public roads subject classification: pavement design pavement performance highway research board.

The AASHO road test introduced many concepts in pavement engineering, including the load equivalency factor. Unsurprisingly, the heavier vehicles reduced the serviceability in a much shorter time than light vehicles, and the oft-quoted figure, called the Generalized Fourth Power Law, [2] that damage caused by vehicles is 'related to the 4th.

Get this from a library. Extension of AASHO road test concepts; 4 reports presented at the 42nd annual meeting, January[National Research Council (U.S.). Highway Research Board.] -- Four reports presented at the Highway Research Board 42nd Annual Meeting, January Extension of CBR Method to Highway Pavements AASHO Road Test, SHELL and the British Road Note It is found that the extended CBR design method leads to: (1) A substantial reduction of pavement thickness as compared to the current CBR method; (2) a slightly thicker pavement in the light and medium traffic range and a slightly thinner Cited by: 9.

Pavement performance data collected in Research Project"Extension of AASHO Road Test Results," are analyzed in this study. Serviceability. loss of three flexible pavement types. due to fatigue, swelling, shrinkage and thermal cracking are correlated to many envi­. applications of a general curve fitting procedure to aasho road test data.

the paper also presents results obtained when road test performance data are summarized with models that are simpler in form yet more comprehensive than those employed in previous road test reports. extension of aasho road test concepts; serial: highway research.

a summary is presented of the aasho road test on the study of the performance of pavement and bridge structures of known characteristics under moving loads of known magnitude and frequency. the aasho road test was conducted near ottawa, illinois, over a 2-year period to provide research data useful in the design of efficient highways of.

•AASHO Road Test performance based on user assessment: –Difficult to quantify (–Highly variable – Performance Measurements (cont) – V. Poor – Poor – Fair – Good – V. Good A panel of experts drove around in standard vehicles and. Aashto design 1. Design Methods • Highway Pavements AASHTO The Asphalt Institute Portland Cement Association • Airfield Pavements FAA The Asphalt Institute Portland Cement Association U.S.

Army Corps of Engineers Objectives of Pavement Design To provide a surface that is: • Strong Surface strength Moisture control • Smooth • Safe Friction Drainage •.

The AASHO road test introduced many concepts in pavement engineering, including the load equivalency factor. Unsurprisingly, the heavier vehicles reduced the serviceability in a much shorter time than light vehicles, and the oft-quoted figure, called the Generalized Fourth Power Law, [1] that damage caused by vehicles is 'related to the 4th.

aasho road test rigid pavements aleksandar s. vesic and surendra k. saxena duke university durham, north carolina research sponsored by the american association of state highway officials in cooperation with the bureau of public roads subject classifications pavement design pavement performance foundations (soils) mechanics (earth mass).

Reanalysis of the AASHO road test data 5. Residual analysis of the AASHO model to determine the model adequacy REPORT ORGANIZATION This report consists of six chapters. Chapter 1 has introduced the issues to be discussed, while Chapter 2 presents the kip load equivalence concept.

Chapter 3. AASHO Road Test aggregate aircraft airfield pavements airport analysis applied asphalt concrete Asphalt Institute assumed base course bituminous California Bearing Ratio cement-treated base Chapter clay compaction concrete pavement construction Corps of Engineers costs cracking deflection deformation density depth design curves determined 3/5(3).

• AASHO Road Test History • Illinois Adoption of Mechanistic • Current Updating Efforts 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 0 10 20 30 40 50 Cumulative ESALs, million Probability of Failure, % 9-in CRCP without DC 9-in CRCP with DC.

based on the American Association of State Highway Officials (AASHO) Road Test data that was collected in the late s. Analyses of this data led to the development of empirically derived expressions representing the relationships between vehicle loads, pavement performance, and pavement design variables.

Sufficient evidence was not discovered in this brief search to alter the general opinion that the Serviceability (Present Serviceability Index-PSI) - Performance Concepts developed by the AASHO Road Test provides the optimum engineering basis for pavement management.

Use of these concepts in Iowa has the additional advantage in that we have a reasonable quantity of. AASHO Road Test were modest in comparison to the trucks utilized in the oil industry today. The models developed and modified from the Road Test relate key pavement properties and traffic to performance but do not consider the range of climatic effects that can also contribute to pavement distress.

In addition, the performance index used in the. The most extensive highway research project in history has been completed with the release of pavement performance findings resulting from the AASHO (American Association of State Highway Officials) National Road Test conducted in Illinois.

The purpose of the test program was to measure and record the effects of two years of truck traffic on. Coordination of such key research efforts as the AASHO Road Test in the s and sponsorship of the National Cooperative Highway Research Program; Formation of a materials reference laboratory program; Development of computer software programs to facilitate highway and bridge analysis, design and construction management.

One such project is the AASHO Road Test, which is a primary source of data used when considering transport policies and the structural design of roads. Much of AASHTO’s current research is performed by the National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) which is administered by the Transportation Research Board (TRB) of the National.Please click here to view our sponsor's message.• AASHO Road Test History • Illinois Adoption of MechanisticIllinois Adoption of Mechanistic • Current Updating Efforts 60 70 80 90 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 0 10 20 30 40 50 Probabilit y of Failure, % 9-in CRCP without DC 9-in CRCP with DC Cumulative ESALs, million “AASHO Road TestAASHO Road Test”.