This new ASTM publication presents the latest information on the practical and developmental aspects of pavement surface evaluation procedures and technologies, including their reliability and relevancy.
Seven peer-reviewed papers cover:
Pavement surface characteristics measurement procedures and equipment
Approaches to enhance the reliability and accuracy of pavement surface evaluation systems
Approaches to harmonization between different measurement devices for specific pavement surface condition indicators
Assessment of current pavement condition indicators and their relevancy level for use in asset management
Assessment of factors influencing the interaction of tire/pavement surface characteristics
Assessment of automated distress survey systems
Evaluation of new/promising technologies for pavement condition surveys
An Automatic Pavement Surface Distress Inspection System
Huang Y., Xu B.
Analysis of Surface Inertial Profiles Measured on Jointed Portland Cement Pavements
Gagarin N., Mekemson J.
Development of Pavement Smoothness Index Relationship
Chen J., Huang C.
Harmonization of Macrotexture Measuring Devices
Flintsch G., Huang M., McGhee K.
Measuring Pavement Friction Characteristics at Variable Speeds for Added Safety
Choubane B., Gokhale S., Holzschuher C., Jackson N.
Realistic Approach for Enhancing Reliability of Pavement Surface Friction Testing
Li S., Noureldin S., Zhu K.
Paper ID: STP1486-EB