3 edition of Preliminary evaluation and analysis of LTPP faulting data found in the catalog.
Preliminary evaluation and analysis of LTPP faulting data
by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Research, Development, and Technology, Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service in McLean, Va, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||[Olga Selezneva, Jane Jiang, and Shiraz D. Tayabji].|
|Contributions||Jiang, Jane., Tayabji, S. D., ERES Consultants, Inc., United States. Federal Highway Administration. Office of Infrastructure Research and Development., Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 139 p.|
|Number of Pages||139|
With data obtained from the Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) database, an analysis approach that combined pavement engineering expertise and modern data analysis techniques was to develop guidelines for improved design and construction of Portland cement concrete (PCC) by: 3. P, "Data Analysis." SHRP's objectives in this contracted research work were (1) to develop and implement a strategic approach to the analysis of LTPP data to support the overall goals of SHRP and LTPP and (2) to develop data analysis plans for LTPP data to be followed in the future.
To distinguish the two stages of faulting, an inflection point, as a critical faulting depth, was directly determined by this model and suggested to be an indicator of the initiation of erosion for concrete pavement design. The proposed model was proven accurate and reliable by using long-term pavement performance by: 1. LTPP Rigid Pavement Design is based on the Rigid Pavement Design Software originally developed by ERES Consultants. LTPP Rigid Pavement Design projects consist of user inputs about concrete properties, base properties, reliability and standard deviation, climatic properties, subgrade k-value, design equivalent single-axle loads (ESALs), pavement type, joint spacing, and edge support.
1. Any other suggestions to facilitate data visualization? 2. Any suggestions to help new users get familiar with the website? 3. Any other problems that could be solved using LTPP data? 4. Any suggestions to provide preliminary evaluations to identify availability of data for specific analysis topics? Guide for Mechanistic- Empirical Design of New and Rehabilitated Pavement Structures, Appendix JJ: Transverse Joint Faulting Model. Final Report, NCHRP Project (A). Transportation Research Board of the National Academies. Washington, DC, Selezneva, O., J. Jiang, and S. D. Tayabji. Preliminary Evaluation and Analysis of LTPP.
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ASSESSMENT OF FAULTING AND COMPLEMENTARY DATA QUALITY To determine availability and usability of data for the development of representative faulting statistics and for the preliminary faulting data analysis, data from LTPP IMS release Quarter 1,were reviewed in terms of faulting and companion inventory information, including environmental factors, material characteristics, and.
Joint and crack faulting measurements are among the key data collected to monitor the performance of concrete pavements in the Long Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) Program.
This report documents an assessment of LTPP faulting data undertaken to evaluate their potential use in more in-depth performance analyses. The LTPP faulting data are collected using the Georgia Faultmeter. Data are collected at joints and cracks along the wheelpath and along the outside pavement edge.
As part of the study reported here, the quality of the faulting data was evaluated, and missing and questionable data were identified. Preliminary evaluation and analysis of LTPP faulting data (OCoLC) Microfiche version: Selezneva, Olga.
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Publication Details Preliminary Evaluation and Analysis of LTPP Faulting Data, Final Report. Primary Topic: Rigid Pavement. Description: A major goal of the Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) study is the development of recommendations for improving the design and construction of new and rehabilitated pavements to provide longer lasting pavements.
As part of the condition monitoring of the LTPP test sections, joint and crack faulting data. Preliminary Evaluation and Analysis of Ltpp Faulting Data, Final Report. 点击放大图片 作者: D Federal Highway Administration (Fhwa) (Creator) Preliminary Evaluation and Analysis of Ltpp Faulting Data, Final Report.
The Little Book of Profiling, The University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, Ann Arbor, MI, September Selezneva, O., Jiang, J., and Tayabji, S.D., Preliminary Evaluation and Analysis of LTPP Faulting Data, FHWA-RD, Federal Highway Administration, McLean, VA, Long-Term Pavement Performance Automated Faulting Measurement 5.
Report Date February 6. Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s) Mahesh Agurla and Sean Lin 8. Performing Organization Report No. Performing Organization Name and Address Engineering & Software Consultants, Inc.
Robert Paris Court Chantilly, VA Download Citation | An Area-Based Faulting Measurement Method Using Three-Dimensional Pavement Data | Faulting is one of the three performance measures recognized by the Code of Federal.
InThe United States LTPP (The Long-Term Pavement Performance) revealed the close link between average joint faulting value and IRI ; inYang et al. studied the recognition of cement concrete pavement joint and calculation of its width and height. But the method they proposed only meets the precision requirement in laboratory under Cited by: 2.
This feature is based on the LTPP Strategic Data Analysis Plan. It organizes all the ongoing and completed research projects and ideas for future research according to various topics.
The feature lets users find research that is completed, in progress, or planned using LTPP data. Selezneva et al.
worked on Preliminary Evaluation and Analysis of LTPP Faulting Data—Final Report." (6) The objective was to evaluate the quality of LTPP faulting data, including identification of missing and questionable data. Faulting data indexes (average joint faulting for each visit) and related statistical parameters were developed.
Novel security detection technology are needed to meet the growing demand of subway operation. In this paper, an improved faulting detection algorithm for subway tunnel segment is proposed. The following procedures have been taken to implement the proposed model to predict the faulting depth with load distributions.
Firstly, the power coefficients (m and n) of the stress terms were determined by regression analysis, which was developed based on the test data collected from an extensive range of literature.Similarly, the cohesive shear strength c and friction angle ϕ were Author: Yu Chen, Sajib Saha, Robert L.
Lytton. Preliminary evaluation and analysis of LTPP faulting data - final report Selezneva, Olga I. author. McLean, Virginia: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Research and Development, Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, June LTPP Data Analysis: Relative Performance of Jointed Plain Concrete Pavement with Sealed and Unsealed Joints Hall, K.
T; Crovetti, J. LTPP Findings Pay Off for Pennsylvania Preliminary Evaluation and Analysis of LTPP Faulting Data - Final Report Selezneva, O; Jiang, J; File Size: KB. Introduction. The Mechanistic Empirical Pavement Design Guide (MEPDG) is the current pavement design method that was developed using data from the Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP) Long-Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) two basic differences between the AASHTO pavement design method and the MEPDG are that the MEPDG predicts multiple performance Cited by: 1.
Preliminary Evaluation and Analysis of LTPP Faulting Data, Final Report - Part B, SeptemberFederal Highway Administration, FHWA-RD Report on the U.S. Tour of European Concrete Highways, JanuaryFederal Highway Administration, FHWA-SA As part of the study reported here, analysis of data from the Long Term Pavement Performance (LTPP) GPS-5 test sections was conducted to identify factors that influence long-term crack spacing in continuously reinforced concrete (CRC) pavements and to determine the effect of crack spacing on pavement performance.
download LTPP data. Data Analysis Over the past two decades, data from the LTPP program have proven to be useful in advancing pavement engineering technology.
The Strategic Plan for LTPP Data Analysis identifies and prioritizes projects, tracks projects to completion, and documents future research needs. The identified projects are pursued by.Using LTPP InfoPave to Obtain Data for Analysis. TRB Annual Meeting.
Janu Washington, DC. Shelley Stoffels and Lin Yeh. The Pennsylvania State University.LTPP Data Analysis: Influence of Design and Construction Features on the Response and Performance of New Flexible and Rigid Pavements. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press.
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