Advances in Pavement Design through Full-scale Accelerated Pavement Testing

Advances in Pavement Design through Full-scale Accelerated Pavement Testing

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Internationally, full-scale accelerated pavement testing, either on test roads or linear/circular test tracks, has proven to be a valuable tool that fills the gap between models and laboratory tests and long-term experiments on in-service pavements. Accelerated pavement testing is used to improve understanding of pavement behavior, and evaluation of innovative materials and additives, alternative materials processing, new construction techniques, and new types of structures.  It provides quick comparisons between current and new practice and the ability to rapidly validate and calibrate models with quality data, with minimal risk at relatively low cost. 

Advances in Pavement Design through Full-scale Accelerated Pavement Testing is a collection of papers from the 4th International Conference on Accelerated Pavement Testing (Davies, CA, USA, 19-21 September 2012), and includes contributions on a variety of topics including:
- Overview of Accelerated Pavement Testing
- Establishment of New Accelerated Pavement Testing Facilities
- Review of the Impact of Accelerated Pavement Testing Programs on Practice
- Instrumentation for Accelerated Pavement Testing
- Accelerated Pavement Testing on Asphalt Concrete Pavements
- Accelerated Pavement Testing on Portland Cement Concrete Pavements
- Accelerated Pavement Testing to Evaluate Functional Performance
- Relating Laboratory Tests to Performance using Accelerated Pavement Testing
- Development and Calibration of Empirical and Mechanistic-empirical Pavement Design Procedures and Models
- Benefit-cost Analysis of Accelerated Pavement Testing

Advances in Pavement Design through Full-scale Accelerated Pavement Testing will be useful to academics and professionals involved in pavement engineering.

Table of Contents

Preface
Conference organization


Part 1: Overview of accelerated pavement testing

A history of modern accelerated performance testing of pavement structures
R.B. Powell

A decade of full-scale accelerated pavement testing
W.J.vdM. Steyn


Part 2: Establishment of new accelerated pavement testing facilities

PaveLab and Heavy Vehicle Simulator implementation at the National Laboratory of Materials and Testing Models of the University of Costa Rica
J.P. Aguiar-Moya, J.P. Corrales, F. Elizondo & L. Loría-Salazar

The Universidad de los Andes linear test track apparatus
B. Caicedo, J. Monroy, S. Caro & E. Rueda

Design and implementation of a full-scale accelerated pavement testing facility for extreme regional climates in China
D. Zejiao, T. Yiqiu & L. Meili


Part 3: Review of the impact of accelerated pavement testing programs on practice

Significant findings from the first three research cycles at the NCAT pavement test track
R.West & R.B. Powell

A ten year review of the Florida’s accelerated pavement testing program
J. Greene & B. Choubane

Fourteen years of accelerated pavement testing at Kansas State University
M. Hossain, B.S. Bortz, H. Melhem, S.A. Romanoschi & A. Gisi

The implementation of accelerated pavement testing findings into industry practice in New Zealand
B.D. Steven, D.J. Alabaster & B.D. Pidwerbesky

History of construction contracting methods used at MnROAD
B.J.Worel &T.R. Clyne

International case studies in support of successful applications of accelerated pavement testing in pavement engineering
F. Hugo, M. Arraigada, L. Shu-ming, T. Zefeng & R.Y. Kim


Part 4: Instrumentation for accelerated pavement testing

Semi-automated crack analysis system for the Heavy Vehicle Simulator
K. Sheppard, J. Greene, B. Choubane, J. White & J. Fletcher

The CAPTIF unbound pavement strain measurement system
F.R. Greenslade, D.J. Alabaster, B.D. Steven & B.D. Pidwerbesky

Detection of debonding and vertical cracks with non destructive techniques during accelerated pavement testing
J.-M. Simonin, V. Baltazart, P. Hornych, J.-P. Kerzrého, X. Dérobert, S. Trichet, O. Durand, J. Alexandre & A. Joubert

Rut depth measurement method and analysis at the FAA’s National Airport Pavement Test Facility
I. Song, R. Aponte & G. Hayhoe

Direct measurement of residual stress in airport concrete pavements
H. Yin, E. Guo & F. Pecht

A modular data acquisition system for Heavy Vehicle Simulator tests
R.Z.Wu, J.D. Lea & D. Jones

Simulating the effects of instrumentation on measured pavement response
F. Leiva-Villacorta & D.H. Timm


Part 5: Accelerated pavement testing on asphalt concrete pavements

Accelerated loading, laboratory, and field testing studies to fast-track the implementation of warm mix asphalt in California
D. Jones, R.Z.Wu, B. Tsai, C. Barros & J. Peterson

Assessment of response and performance of perpetual pavements with warm mix asphalt surfaces at the Ohio Accelerated Pavement Load Facility
I. Khoury, S.M. Sargand, A. Al-Rawashdeh & W. Edwards

Structural evaluation and short-term performance of sustainable pavement
sections at the NCAT pavement test track
A. Vargas-Nordcbeck & D.H. Timm

Evaluation of a rubber modified asphalt mixture at the 2009 NCAT test track
J.R.Willis, R.B. Powell & M.C. Rodezno

Accelerated performance of a failed pavement on a soft clay subgrade after rehabilitation with high polymer mix at the NCAT pavement test track
R.B. Powell

Evaluation of a heavy polymer modified asphalt binder using accelerated pavement testing
J. Greene, B. Choubane & P. Upshaw

Accelerated pavement testing of low-volume paved roads with geocell reinforcement
B.S. Bortz, M. Hossain, I. Halami &A. Gisi

Accelerated pavement testing of two flexible road pavements to assess long-term structural performance
J. Ritter, R. Rabe & A.Wolf

Evaluation of a flexible pavement structure in an accelerated pavement test
Th. Saevarsdottir & S. Erlingsson

How low is too low? Assessing the risk of low air voids using accelerated pavement testing
E. Levenberg, R.S. McDaniel &T.E. Nantung

Exploratory evaluation of cracking performance of a 4.75mm NMAS overlay using full-scale accelerated loading
X. Qi, X. Li, N.H. Gibson, T. Clark & K. McGhee

Rutting resistance of asphalt pavements with fine sand subgrade under full-scale trafficking at high and ambient air temperature
J.Wu, F. Ye, J. Ling, J. Qian & S. Li

Initial tests results from the MLS10 Mobile Load Simulator in Switzerland
M. Arraigada, M.N. Partl & A. Pugliessi


Part 6: Accelerated pavement testing on portland cement concrete pavements

Performance of thin jointed concrete pavements subjected to accelerated traffic loading at the MnROAD facility
T.R. Burnham & B.I. Izevbekhai

Accelerated pavement testing experiment of a pavement made of fiber-reinforced roller-compacted concrete
M.L. Nguyen, J.M. Balay, C. Sauzéat, H. Di Benedetto, K. Bilodeau, F. Olard & B. Ficheroulle

Provisional results from accelerated pavement testing of roller-compacted concrete in South Africa
L. du Plessis, S.J.H. Louw, G. Rugodho & S. Musundi

Accelerated pavement testing on slab and block pavements using the MLS10 Mobile Load Simulator
R. Blab,W. Kluger-Eigl, J. Füssl & M. Arraigada

Environmental and load effect on dowelled and undowelled portland cement concrete slabs
S.M. Sargand & I. Khoury

Study of failure mechanisms in rubblized concrete pavements with hot mix asphalt overlays
N. Garg, G.F. Hayhoe & L. Ricalde


Part 7: Accelerated pavement testing to evaluate functional performance

Accelerated traffic load testing of seismic expansion joints for the new San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge
D. Jones, R.Z.Wu &T.J. Holland

Accelerated testing of noise performance of pavements
H. Bendtsen, J. Oddershede, G. Hildebrandt, R.Z.Wu & D. Jones

Performance evaluation of unsurfaced pavements using the UIUC Accelerated Transportation Loading Assembly
D. Mishra & E. Tutumluer

Use of accelerated pavement testing to validate Ride Quality Index Data
T.R. Clyne


Part 8: Relating laboratory tests to performance using accelerated pavement testing

Towards improved characterization of cemented pavement materials
R.E.Y. Yeo & W. Young

Validating permanent deformation tests using accelerated pavement testing
M.A. Moffatt, G.W. Jameson & J.W.H. Oliver

The implementation of findings from accelerated pavement testing in pavement design and construction practice
J. Kwon, M.H.Wayne, G.J. Norwood & J.S. Tingle

Recommended asphalt binder fatigue performance specification from full-scale accelerated pavement tests considering aging effects
N. Gibson, X. Qi, A. Andriescu &A. Copeland


Part 9: Development and calibration of empirical and mechanistic-empirical pavement design procedures and models

Calibrating full-scale accelerated pavement testing data using long-term pavement performance data
W.J.vdM. Steyn, J.K. Anochie-Boateng, C. Fisher, D. Jones & L. Truter

Using point level accelerated pavement testing data for calibration of performance models
J.D. Lea

Use of mechanistic-empirical performance simulations to adjust and compare results from accelerated pavement testing
J.T. Harvey, D. Jones, J.D. Lea, R.Z.Wu, P. Ullidtz & B. Tsai

Calibration of incremental-recursive rutting prediction models in CalME using Heavy Vehicle Simulator experiments
E. Coleri, R.Z.Wu, J.T. Harvey & J. Signore

Lessons learnt from the application of the CalME asphalt fatigue model to experimental data from the CEDEX test track
A. Mateos, J.P. Ayuso, B. Cadavid & J.O. Marrón

Modeling of flexible pavement structure behavior – comparisons with Heavy Vehicle Simulator measurements
A.W. Ahmed & S. Erlingsson

Evaluation of the aggressiveness of different multi-axle loads using accelerated pavement tests
J.-P. Kerzrého, P. Hornych, A. Chabot, S. Trichet, T. Gouy, G. Coirier & L. Deloffre

Accelerated pavement testing-based pavement design catalogue
W.J.vdM. Steyn


Part 10: Benefit-cost analysis of accelerated pavement testing

Developments in evaluating the benefits of implemented accelerated pavement testing results in California
W.A. Nokes, M. Mahdavi, N.I. Burmas, T.J. Holland, L. du Plessis & J.T. Harvey

Results of a case study determining economic benefits of accelerated pavement testing research in California
L. du Plessis,W.A. Nokes, M. Mahdavi, N.I. Burmas, T.J. Holland & J.T. Harvey

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