3 edition of Pavement test track instrumentation system documentation found in the catalog.
Pavement test track instrumentation system documentation
by Washington State Dept. of Transportation, Planning, Research and Public Transportation Division in Olympia, WA
Written in English
|Statement||by Derald Christensen.|
|Contributions||Washington (State). Planning, Research, and Public Transportation Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45 p. :|
|Number of Pages||45|
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DESIGN AND INSTRUMENTATION OF THE STRUCTURAL PAVEMENT EXPERIMENT AT THE NCAT TEST TRACK David H. Timm, Angela L. Priest, and Thomas V. McEwen CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND For over fifty years, test roads have been an integral part of the advancement of pavement research and engineering.
Pavement Test Track Instrumentation System Documentation. Publication URL: Full Document (pdf KB) Several pieces of electronic hardware, obtained through previous test efforts have been assembled for laboratory and field use. The equipment consists of two instrument racks. Pavement Test Track Instrumentation System, (WA-RD ).
Pavement Test Track Instrumentation System Documentation Author: Derald Christensen Subject: Data collection, Electronics, Evaluation, Experimental roads, Instrumentation, Measuring instruments, Pavement performance, Pavements, Strain gages, Surface course \(Pavements\), Test tracks Keywords.
Operations and Maintenance Manual: Pavement Test Track Instrumentation System. Publication URL: Full Document (pdf 3, KB) Several pieces of electronic hardware, obtained through previous test efforts have been assembled for laboratory and field use.
The equipment consists of two instrument racks. The first contains five Bison inductance type. pavement surface condition survey. Operations and Maintenance Manual: Pavement Test Track Instrumentation System.
Full Document (pdf 3, KB) Authors: Derald Christensen. Originator: Pavement Test Track Instrumentation System Documentation. Full Document (pdf KB) Authors: Derald Christensen. Originator: Washington State. Second, a detailed design, construction and instrumentation plan is presented for the 15 sections that have been built in the test track.
Construction of the test track already occurred, therefore. The WSDOT Pavement Management System—A Update Manual: Pavement Test Track Instrumentation System.
Full Document (pdf 3, KB) Authors: Derald Christensen. Originator: Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC) Publication Date: Friday, February 1, WA-RD Pavement Test Track Instrumentation System Documentation.
Full. that this test track approach is the most representative of what actually happens on the highways but it can be expensive to operate a number of trucks for an extended period of time. As a result of the advantages of a pavement test track the Alabama DOT in conjunction with NCAT decided that a test track was the best approach to provide.
The conventional grind finish is considered challenging, as it has longitudinal grooves and skewed joints with protruding sealant. The Cell 8 pavement consisted of a ft ( m) test section.
Figure 6: SSI Inertial Profiling System: Proof of High Cross-Correlation Scores Figure 7 shows another example of high cross-correlation scores. Virginia Test Methods (VTMs): Virginia Test Methods (pdf 8 MB) CMA Certification Study Guide Chapter 3 Testing Procedures.
VDOT Forms including Materials TL (Test Log) Forms. VDOT forms (link) Materials Documentation Source of Materials Resource Document (pdf KB) Sept. 10, Bonded Weigh Program Training Manual (pdf) March. WSU test track study A moving dual wheel load of 10, lb with a tire pressure of 80 psi was applied in the Washington State University Test Track (Terrel and Krukar, ; Krukar and Cook, ) at a speed of 20 mph in the 12 sections available at the Test Track.
The asphalt concrete had a thickness â€ and â€. Home» automated pavement survey equipment. automated pavement survey equipment. WA-RD Operations and Maintenance Manual: Pavement Test Track Instrumentation System. Full Document (pdf 3, KB) Authors: Pavement Test Track Instrumentation System Documentation.
Full Document (pdf KB) Authors: Derald Christensen. Originator. Second, a detailed design, construction and instrumentation plan is presented for the 15 sections that have been built in the test track.
Construction of the test track already occurred, therefore a brief summary of important facts and initial responses of the. The CAPTIF test track is divided into separate pavement test sections which will have a variety of sensors buried within them.
Each section is serviced by an instrumentation cabinet. Inside each cabinet is a rack of data acquisition hardware and terminal panels that the sensors are connect to. Compiling novel research results presented at the 5th International Conference on Accelerated Pavement Testing, San Jose, Costa Rica, the volume serves as a timely and highly relevant resource for materials scientists and engineers interested in determining the performance of a pavement structure during its service life (10+ years) in a few.
Instrumentation for the Nottingham Pavement Test Facility S.F. BROWN AND B.V. BRODRICK A description is given of the instrumentation that has been used successfully in the Nottingham pavement test facility to obtain in situ measurements of stress, strain, and permanent deformation in pavements subjected to moving wheel loads.
Albertville, MN. It serves as a pavement test track with 32 separate cells consisting of differing materials, treatments, and construction methods. Sensors embedded in the pavement help to measure the performance of individual test cells.
This performance data is used to make improvements in the construction of concrete and. instrumentation of pavement systems offers a reliable approach for calibration and validation of these models and contributes to a better understanding of the behavior of pavement materials.
Strain gauges, pressure cells, deflection gauges, and tem perature sensors have been used since the. dynamic load to test the dynamic sensor instrumentation. MnROAD’s LVR is a 2-lane, 2 ½-mile closed with a Meritor tire inflation system which is tapped into the tractor trailer air supply.
One of the more important tasks in the operation of a pavement research test track involves tracking. The second Test Track experiment, fromcontinued to examine mixture performance, but also began to investigate mechanistic-empirical (M-E) pavement design and analysis concepts in the so-called “structural experiment” (Timm et al., ).
This report detailed the design and instrumentation of a structural experiment at the NCAT test track. The objectives of this experiment include: 1.
Validating mechanistic pavement models for flexible pavements. 2. Developing transfer functions for typical asphalt mixtures and pavement crosssections used in Alabama. 3.Design, construction, and instrumentation of pavement test sections.
Data acquisition. Data analysis. Documentation and reporting of APT technical results. Implementation of APT findings. Dissemination of information regarding APT results and benefits, and. Designing an appropriate laboratory program in conjunction with APT testing.pavement testing.
Four technical sessions followed over the course of the two-day conference. Test track tours gave attendees an opportunity to see how test sections performed and learn about trucking operations, structural section instrumentation and testing equipment. The mile NCAT Pavement Test Track was originally constructed in