Modeling of Mn/ROAD test sections with the CRREL mechanistic pavement design procedure

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Pavements -- Minnesota -- Design and construction -- Mathematical models, Pavements -- Materials -- Effect of temperature on -- Minnesota -- Mathematical m
StatementSusan R. Bigl and Richard L. Berg.
SeriesSpecial report -- 96-21., Special report (Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)) -- 96-21.
ContributionsBerg, Richard L., Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.), Minnesota. Dept. of Transportation.
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MODELING OF MN/ROAD TEST SECTIONS WITEI THE CRREL MECHANISTIC PAVEMENT DESEN PROCEDURE 7. Author(s) Susan R.

Big1 and Richard L. Berg 9. Performing Organization Name and Address Civil and Geotechnical Research Division and Technical Resources Center U.S.

Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering 1,aboratory 72 Lyme Road. The U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory is developing a mechanistic pavement design procedure for use in seasonal frost areas. The procedure was used to predict pavement performance of some test sections under construction at the Mn/ROAD facility.

Simulations were conducted in three phases, investigating the effects on predictions of water table position. Modeling of Mn/ROAD Test Sections with the CRREL Mechanistic Pavement Design Procedure [Susan R.

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Figure 1. Flow chart of mechanistic design procedure: SR96_21 The mechanistic design procedure consists of. MODELING OF MN/ROAD TEST SECTIONS WITH THE CRREL MECHANISTIC PAVEMENT DESIGN PROCEDURE. The U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory is developing a mechanistic pavement design procedure for use in seasonal frost areas.

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Keywords: Freeze season characteristics Pavement performance Cold regions Cold weather conditions Roads Pavements Mechanistic Pavement Design and Evaluation Procedure: Issue Date.

The U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory is developing a mechanistic pavement design procedure for use in seasonal frost areas. The procedure was used to predict pavement performance of some test sections under construction at the MnROAD facility.

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Modeling of Mn/ROAD Test Sections with the CRREL Mechanistic Pavement Design Procedure. The thin and ultrathin whitetopping test sections at Mn/ROAD have shown that whitetopping is. Home > Cold Research and Engineering Laboratory Reports > > Material Testing and Initial Pavement Design Modeling Minnesota Road Research Project.

(CRREL). The project in-volved four components: Figure 1. Figure 2 illustrates the layout of the. Mechanistic Pavement Design Procedure. test sections. Modeling of Mn/ROAD Test Sections with the CRREL Mechanistic Pavement Design Procedure.

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Work on MnROAD influenced the CRREL M-E model for cold regions pave- ments, the MnDOT rigid pavement design guidelines, the AASHTO Guide for Design of Pavement Structures (AASHTO), the Portland Cement Association Thick- ness Design for Concrete Highway and Street Pavements (PCA), and the MEPDG (NCHRP Project A) design procedure.

researchers at CRREL used MnROAD test section data to further develop their mechanistic pavement design procedure for seasonal frost areas.

A main reason that the MnROAD facility was attractive to CRREL for its research can be found in sources such as Figure 1. Figure 1. Seasonal freezing index with time at Buffalo, Minnesota (Bigl and Berg ). MATERIAL TESTING AND INITIAL PAVEMENT DESIGN MODELING: MINNESOTA ROAD RESEARCH PROJECT.

Between January and Decembera study verified and applied a Corps of Engineers-developed mechanistic design and evaluation method for pavements in seasonal frost areas as part of a Construction Productivity Advancement Research (CPAR) project between the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn.

pavement design procedure under NCHRP Project A. A key goal of NCHRP Project A, Development of the Guide for Design of New and Rehabilitat-ed Pavement Structures: Phase II was the development of a design guide that utilized existing mechanis-tic-based models and data reflecting the current state-of-the-art in pavement design.

C~~kEL can use the study’s equations in tht: Mechanistic Pavement Design and Evaluation Procedure under developnient at CRREL to predict estimated damage in some Mn/ROAII test sections. ____ ___-- NO restrictions. Document availal>Ii from: National Technical:Infomation Services, Spxingfield,Virginia 61 __ __ No.

of Pages t. A description of the design process is provided, followed by information about the components of the design procedure: inputs (design criteria, traffic, material properties, and environmental conditions), pavement response models (mechanistic structural computational tools and climate model), empirical performance models, and reliability.

MnDOT is transitioning from the Road Design Manual (RDM) to its successor document, the Facility Design Guide (FDG). During this transition, both publications will be active and on line.

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The U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) is currently developing a mechanistic pavement design and evaluation procedure for use in seasonal frost areas.

Based on pavement data from the Minnesota Road Research Project and laboratory tests on resilient modulus, this procedure was used to predict pavement performance. Book Details: Author: Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.) Modeling Of Mn Road Test Sections With The Crrel Mechanistic Pavement Design Procedure >>> DOWNLOAD Book Details: Author: Genre: Release: File Download: ISBN_ TABLE 7 Test section dimensions Test section dimensions (m) APT Facility Length Width ATREL n/a CAL-APT CRREL-HVS FHWA-PTF FL-APTRF INDOT/Purdue KS-APT LTRC-PRF Mn/ROAD NCAT-PTT OH-APLF PS-PDF TxMLS WES-HVS WesTrack Between January and Decembera study verified and applied a Corps of Engineers-developed mechanistic design and evaluation method for pavements in seasonal frost areas as part of a Construction Productivity Advancement Research (CPAR) project between the Minnesota Department of Transportation (Mn/DOT) and the U.S.

Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL).