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Structural Behavior of Asphalt Pavements provides engineers and researchers with a detailed guide to the structural behavioral dynamics of asphalt pavement including: pavement temperature distribution, mechanistic response of pavement structure under the application of heavy vehicles, distress mechanism of pavement, and pavement deterioration performance and dynamic equations.
An authoritative guide for understanding the key mechanisms for creating longer lasting pavements, Structural Behavior of Asphalt Pavements describes the intrinsic consistency between macroscopic performance and microscopic response, structure and material, as well as global and local performances, and demonstrates the process of pavement analyses and designs, approaching science from empirical analyses.
- Analyzes the external and internal factors influencing pavement temperature field, and provide a review of existing pavement temperature prediction models
- Introduces a “Bridge Principle” through which pavement performance and fatigue properties are consolidated
- Defines the intrinsic consistency between macroscopic performance and microscopic response, structure and material, as well as global and local performance
- Summaries the mechanistic response of pavement structure under the application of heavy vehicle, distress mechanism of pavement, pavement deterioration performance and dynamic equations, and life cycle analysis of pavement
Civil Engineers, Construction Engineers, Construction Managers, Structural Engineers, Geotechnical Engineers, and Earthquake Engineers
2. Temperature Distribution in Asphalt Pavement
3. Vehicle Load Stress in Pavement Structure
4. Characteristics of Distresses in Asphalt Pavements
5. Distress Mechanism for Asphalt Pavements
6. Equation for Asphalt Pavements’ Behavior
7. Equation for Overlaid Asphalt Pavements’ Behavior
8. Life Cycle Design Method for Pavement Structure
9. Rutting Analysis Model for Asphalt Pavements
10. Comprehensive Pavement’s Behavior----Bridge Principle
11. Shear Resistance Test for Asphalt Mixture
12. Integrated Pavement Design System
13. Issues To Be Solved in Future Pavement Research
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 2016
- 26th August 2016
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Professor Lijun Sun, is a CKSP (Chung Kung Scholarship Program) Professor granted by Ministry of Education of China, the dean of School of Transport Engineering of Tongji University of China, and the director of Key Laboratory of Road and Traffic Engineering of Ministry of Education of China. Lijun Sun received his Ph.D degree in Transport Engineering from Tongji University in 1989 and has been a faculty member of Tongji University since then. He was also a visiting professor of University of California - Berkeley from 1993 to 1994 and a visiting professor of University of Waterloo in 1998. Dr. Sun has authored or coauthored 8 books, and published 450 journal and conference papers.
Tongji University, Shanghai, China
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