Recent Advances and Future Trends in Pavement Engineering

Edited by
August 2020
210 pages
  • ISBN978-3-03936-316-2 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-03936-317-9 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Recent Advances and Future Trends in Pavement Engineering that was published in

Computer Science & Mathematics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
This Special Issue “Recent Advances and Future Trends in Pavement Engineering” was proposed and organized to present recent developments in the field of innovative pavement materials and engineering. The 12 articles and state-of-the-art reviews highlighted in this editorial are related to different aspects of pavement engineering, from recycled asphalt pavements to alkali-activated materials, from hot mix asphalt concrete to porous asphalt concrete, from interface bonding to modal analysis, and from destructive testing to non-destructive pavement monitoring by using fiber optics sensors. This Special Issue partly provides an overview of current innovative pavement engineering ideas that have the potential to be implemented in industry in the future, covering some recent developments.
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laser Doppler vibrometer (LDV); pavements; vibration measurement; noise floor; modal analysis; peat; asphalt; rheology; drainage; wet process; rutting; hot mix asphalt; recycled asphalt; RAP gradation; ignition test; FTIR; ESEM; transverse profile analysis; rutting; asphalt; trenching; coring; hot-mix asphalt; flow number; effective binder content; air voids; voids in mineral aggregates; voids filled with asphalt; asphalt content; asphalt; fiber optics sensors (FOS); fiber Bragg grating (FBG) sensors; falling weight deflectometer (FWD); permeable pavements; porous asphalt concrete; polymeric transparent binder; synthetic aggregates; urban pavements; urban runoff; hot mix asphalt dynamic modulus; principal component analysis; linear regression modeling; artificial neural network; receiver operating characteristic; optimization; hot mix asphalt; recycled asphalt; RAP gradation; complex modulus; fatigue cracking; permanent deformation; thermal cracking resistance; paving blocks; alkali-activated materials; urban pavements; waste powders; recycled materials; moisture damage; surface free energy components; cohesion; binder–aggregate adhesion; asphalt pavement; interface bonding; shear reaction modulus; numerical analysis; falling weight deflectometer; interface bonding; moisture damage; alkali-activated materials; RAP gradation; hot mix asphalt dynamic modulus; porous asphalt concrete; FOS; FBG; flow number; rutting; modal analysis