Pavement Surface Performances Evolution: an Experimental Application

  • Vaiana R
  • Capiluppi G
  • Gallelli V
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Abstract

Pavement surface performances have a great influence on road functionality and can affect user's safety, vehicle operational costs, environmental sustainability. The assessment of evolution of pavement surface performance plays a fundamental role in road pavement management and is useful in order to allocation of maintenance resources. In the light of the above, Authors introduced the first results carried out from a two-year monitoring of an experimental road section. Four different dense graded wearing courses were designed with different aggregates: limestone, basalt and expanded clay. Several surface performances were measured by different devices (Skid Tester, Sand Patch Test, Laser Profilometer).

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Authors

  • R. Vaiana

  • G.F. Capiluppi

  • V. Gallelli

  • T. Iuele

  • V. Minani

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