Fb2 Pavement Marking Materials Assessing Environment: Assessing Environment Friendly Performance (National Cooperative Highway Research Program Report) ePub
by A. L. Andrady
|Author:||A. L. Andrady|
|Publisher:||Transportation Research Board (June 1, 1997)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1971 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1717 kb|
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Andrade, A. L. Pavement Marking Materials: Assessing Performance.
Andrade, A. National Transportation Product Evaluation Program, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. Summary of Results of Field and Laboratory Evaluations of Pavement Marking Materials. Vol. 1: Field Evaluations.
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ABSTRACT: For an effective thermoplastic pavement marking replacement strategy, the rate at which the marking’s .
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Pavement-type selection is a management decision process where the choice of engineering factors such as materials and structural performance must be weighed against initial and life-cycle costs. There is a certain level of risk involved in the process because of the variations in both performance and costs.
Pavement analysis and design, Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey, US. oogle Scholar. Paterson, W. D. O. (1987).
NCHRP Report 741: Evaluation of Methodologies for Visual Impact Assessment.
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Thurston, . Pavement Markings Role in Enhancing Road Safety Report Number FHWA–HRT–07–059 Strategies, Roadmarking Industry Association of Australia, 2009 Andrady, . Pavement Marking Materials: Assessing Zhang, . Hummer, .
Percentage of the responding agencies that reported using the marking material; . 78% (40/51) use waterborne paint
Pavement Marking Color Specifications. Suitability of alternative pavement roughness. Pavement markings include longitudinal lines, transverse lines, words, and symbols. Percentage of the responding agencies that reported using the marking material; . 78% (40/51) use waterborne paint. b. Table 3 Typical marking materials used in the United States Pavement Marking material Conventional Paint Thermoplastics Epoxy Tape Polyester Profiled Thermoplastics Other.
Material requirements contained within this Technical Advisory are summarized as follows: 1) polish resistant aggregate with 75 percent crushed two faces and 90 percent one face; 2) mineral filler meeting AASHTO M17; 3) aggregate gradation meeting Table 49; 4) AC-20 graded asphalt binder; and 5) antistrip additives.