Practice Analysis of Urban Road Pavement Roughness and Detect of Destruction


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The urban road becoming more perfect, pavement engineering is from new construction to maintenance management. The authorities, from acceptance the new construction turn into survey of the road‘s situation and control of various types of damage and road conditions on time, to maintain a good condition of the road. In this study we use the CCD with the general Global Positioning System to provide GPS coordinates and have a street shooting for each 20m of road, record of the CCD road imaging system, and with GPS coordinates, the street pavement shooting can identify the highest frequency distress type within 100m of the road, and compare with the value of IRI for statistics, considering different distress conditions associated with the International Roughness Index, and to explore the causes. This study has an Urban Road Management System, it divided into road flat index query and pavement condition index query, and user can use this system know the pavement condition every section. The road maintenance unit can be judged by this indicator status of pavement roughness to develop a conservation strategy of each section, reflecting the degree of conservation of each section, making the pavement to maintain a good quality. Urban road maintenance management system is for the each authorities built the road pavement maintenance management system for pavement managers with different levels of management authority, and to assist in the system can provide information for urban roads to do planning, query and management, it is beneficial to the authorities to implementation of urban roads and other road maintenance operations, they can immediately understand the pavement condition.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 250-253)

Edited by:

Guangfan Li, Yong Huang and Chaohe Chen






J. H. Peng et al., "Practice Analysis of Urban Road Pavement Roughness and Detect of Destruction", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 250-253, pp. 3688-3691, 2011

Online since:

May 2011




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