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  • Green Paving Solutions and Sustainable Pavement Materials

    This report summarizes the current state-of-the practice for sustainable pavement techniques and the incentives used to encourage their use. Green paving solutions were identified in addition to identification of barriers to their wider implementation. Information contained in this report is based on [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 58
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R32EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-567-6
  • Reducing the Life Cycle Carbon Footprint of Pavements

    This report reviews innovations reported to reduce the carbon footprint of pavements and contains a critical review of the assessment of carbon footprint of pavements. There are numerous other environmental indicators for road pavements, but these were outside the scope of this report which focuses [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 64
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R33EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-568-3
  • State of the Art in Monitoring Road Condition and Road / Vehicle Interaction

    This report is a follow-up on the report "State of the art in monitoring road condition" which was finalised in 2015 (PIARC reference 2016R17EN). The 2015 report summarises the then current state of the art regarding the collection of road condition and road/vehicle interaction data, providing an overview [...]

    • Date : 2019
    • Pages : 73
    • PIARC Ref. : 2019R14EN
    • ISBN : 978-84060-530-0
  • Expected service life of wearing courses

    As part of its 2012 to 2015 strategic plan the World Road Association (PIARC) determined the need to identify and review approaches taken in assessing the service life of wearing courses. This report reviews the different approaches taken by road authorities to determine the service life of wearing [...]

    • Date : 2016
    • Pages : 20
    • PIARC Ref. : 2016R18EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-403-7
  • State of the art in monitoring road condition and road/vehicle interaction

    This report summarises the current state of the art regarding the collection of road condition and road/vehicle interaction data, providing an overview of current practice and emerging technologies. Technologies in the development and experimental stages are generally not discussed. The document is [...]

    • Date : 2016
    • Pages : 77
    • PIARC Ref. : 2016R17EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-402-0
  • Monitoring of innovation in road pavements

    This report examines road administrations and agencies policies for fostering, assessing and implementing innovation in road design and construction. From an international survey, eight types of innovation policies were identified: adaptation of existing specifications; agency led innovation, special [...]

    • Date : 2013
    • Pages : 81
    • PIARC Ref. : 2013R09EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-325-2
  • Maintenance methods and strategies

    This report presents the results of the answers from 16 countries to a survey regarding improved maintenance methods for flexible and semi-rigid pavements and the maintenance strategies. Regarding improved maintenance methods, the variations in the answers were found to be large. It also became clear [...]

    • Date : 2013
    • Pages : 61
    • PIARC Ref. : 2013R08EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-323-8
  • Guide for maintenance of concrete roads

    The report firstly examines the different types of degradations of concrete pavements distinguishing those which are specific to jointed plain concrete pavements and those which relate to continuously reinforced concrete pavements. For each type of degradation, status indicator, status assessment, causes [...]

    • Date : 2013
    • Pages : 76
    • PIARC Ref. : 2013R06EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-317-7
  • Reduction of construction time and cost of road pavements

    Road authorities who want to build, rehabilitate or repair pavements wish, for many reasons, to do this in the shortest possible time and at the lowest cost. However construction time and costs are often conflicting parameters. Hence the issue of reducing construction time and costs, without affecting [...]

    • Date : 2012
    • Pages : 100
    • PIARC Ref. : 2012R09EN
    • ISBN : 978-2-84060-253-9
  • Dealing with the effects of climate change on road pavements

    Climate change can have a direct impact on the performance of our transportation infrastructure. The purpose of the report is to sensitize the road sector to the likely impacts of climate change on road pavements and to provide guidance on how to go about: -Assessing the vulnerability of road pavements [...]

    • Date : 2012
    • Pages : 146
    • PIARC Ref. : 2012R06EN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-247-4
  • Evaluating the performance of automated pavement cracking measurement equipment

    Crack type, severity and extent are among the most important data of a pavement management system. This report prepared by Technical Committee 4.2 Road/Vehicle Interactions of the World Road Association presents: A series of objective rules to measure and classify cracks in order to improve the [...]

    • Date : 2012
    • Pages : 28
    • PIARC Ref. : 2012R10EN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-251-2
  • Long life pavements and success stories

    • Date : 2009
    • Pages : 117
    • PIARC Ref. : 2009R06EN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-226-1
  • Evaluating the performance of automated pavement cracking measurement equipment

    Crack type, severity and extent are among the most important data used to identify maintenance and repair actions. The use of automated crack measurement systems is increasing although performance tests of these devices are only conducted infrequently, and these are very often incomplete and non-uniform. [...]

    • Date : 2008
    • Pages : 59
    • PIARC Ref. : 2008R14EN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-214-8
  • Review of the growth and development of recycling in pavement construction

    This report presents an overview of the use of recycling techniques in pavement construction in many countries. It highlights the barriers to recycling and describes systems and approaches that assist in overcoming these barriers. The incentives that are discussed are related to client awareness, [...]

    • Date : 2008
    • Pages : 203
    • PIARC Ref. : 2008R05EN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-205-9
  • Promoting optimal use of local materials

    This document aims to: • identify the progress made over the last decade with respect to soil and/or rock treatments in the area of road earthworks, and more specifically since the publication of PIARC's 1997 report: "Equipment and Methods Specific to Soil Treatment Work"; • look at developments [...]

    • Date : 2007
    • Pages : 83
    • PIARC Ref. : 2007R09EN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-196-6
  • CD-ROUTE

    Minimum Equipment Required CD-ROUTE can be used on PC (386 at least, Windows 3.1, 95 & NT) and Macintosh® (68020 at least), Power Mac®, Mac OS version 7. Minimum equipment required: 16 Mo RAM, a hard disk and a 14'' colour screen (256 colours or more). The program is very easy to install. [...]

    • Date : 2000
    • PIARC Ref. : CD-ROUTEEN
  • Modelling Road Deterioration and Works Effects in HDM-4

    This document is the sixth volume in the series of seven volumes of HDM-4 documentation. It gives a detailed description of the road deterioration and works effects (RDWE) models currently in HDM-4 and provides some background to their development, particularly from HDM-III to HDM-4. Also included are [...]

    • Date : 2004
    • Pages : 296
    • PIARC Ref. : HDM4-Volume6EN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-103-6
  • Modelling Road User and Environmental Effects in HDM-4

    This document is the seventh volume in the series of seven volumes of HDM-4 documentation. It covers modelling road user and environmental effects (RUEE). The report presents an overview of how they are introduced in studies and describes representative vehicles. The second section deals with road [...]

    • Date : 2004
    • Pages : 412
    • PIARC Ref. : HDM4-Volume7EN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-103-6
  • Impacts of road construction and maintenance activities on road users and the adjacent land use

    This technical report synthesizes information on techniques to reduce the impact of road construction, rehabilitation and maintenance activities on road users (driving public and construction workers) and the adjacent land use (homeowners, businesses, etc.). The study included a survey to collect [...]

    • Date : 2007
    • Pages : 133
    • PIARC Ref. : 2007R05EN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-194-X
  • A Fact Finding Review of Performance Specifications in 2002

    This document is an awareness-raising review of the current state of the art for performance specifications. It provides insight into three important areas of performance specification and presents the responses to an international questionnaire on the subject. The three important areas of discussion [...]

    • Date : 2003
    • Pages : 48
    • PIARC Ref. : 78.01.BEN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-152-4
  • Achieving and Maintaining the Evenness of Concrete Pavements

    Whereas concrete pavements have well-known advantages (long life, resistance to permanent deformations, etc.) over flexible pavements, the main disadvantages often mentioned are a certain lack of comfort as a result of neglected surface evenness, and a high level of rolling noise. Developments in construction [...]

    • Date : 1991
    • Pages : 48
    • PIARC Ref. : 07.03.BEN
  • Airfield Pavements

    This document presents the proceedings of a Workshop organized in Montreal in September 1995 by the PIARC Technical Committees on Surface Characteristics (C1), Concrete Roads (C7) and Flexible Roads (C8). The proceedings include future demands on airfield pavements, show similarities and differences [...]

    • Date : 1996
    • Pages : 344
    • PIARC Ref. : 07.07.BEN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-042-0
  • Automated Pavement Cracking Assessment Equipment - State of the Art

    The type, scope (length) and severity (opening) of cracks in the pavement are essential for road network managers. This information is used to qualify the condition of the pavement and identify the source of surface deterioration. Despite the fact that many highway companies and authorities have invested [...]

    • Date : 2003
    • Pages : 80
    • PIARC Ref. : 01.08.BEN
    • ISBN : 2-84060-156-7

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