Pavement Surface Characteristics Concrete - New Construction
A study of the influence of texture types and texture configurations on various surface performance variables such as tire pavement noise, friction, smoothness, acoustic impedance. Study involves developing measurement techniques and collecting data through these periodic measurements.
It also entails the development of physical and phenomenological models as well as survival models.
Reports & Publications
- Final Report (2016)
- Technical Summary (2016)
- Little Book of Quieter Pavements
- Little Book of Tire Pavement Friction
- Surface Types at MnROAD
- Analyzing Effects of Stringlines on Initial Smoothness of Concrete Pavements
- Acoustic Properties of Clogged Pervious Concrete Pavements
- Acoustic Effects on Pavement Smoothness Perception
- Friction Survival Application
- Final Report on Rolling Resistance
- Draft on Robotex
- Concept to Deployment: Some Acoustic and Friction Optimization Initiatives at
MnROAD Test Facility
- 'From Concept to Deployment'
- Performance of Exposed Aggregate Surface of Composite Pavements at MnROAD
- Intercontinental Collaboration in Rolling Resistance Measurement
- Environmental and Pavement Factors Affecting Non-Pervious Concrete Pavement
- Laser-Induced Roughness-Index Anomalies in Longitudinal Boxcar and Drag
- Acoustic Perception in Pavement