Integrated framework for pavement rehabilitation selection process

H. Hassan, R. Mousa, A. A. Gadallah

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Abstract

One of the problems facing Road Maintenance Engineers is how to determine a rehabilitation plan that best suits certain budget schemes/constraints. This paper presents a simplified framework for determining the required rehabilitation and implementation priority on typical highway segments. The integration of the procedure is demonstrated through a step-by-step building process. Typical data including available history of the road are discussed, and a program for acquisition of additional field data is prepared. Methods of data collection and analyses and the approach for design and analysis of rehabilitation is summarized. Economic evaluation is also considered. The proposed system was successfully applied to segments of Route no. 23 in Sultanate of Oman. In this application, a variety of field surveys and tests were performed to assess the functional performance and structural capacity of the existing pavement Finally, the paper concludes with general findings and advantages of the system application to the real-life problem.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
EditorsD. McTavish, G. Knights, F.M. Bartlett, R.K. Rowe, S. Easa
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2000
Event2000 Annual Conference - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering - London, Ont., Canada
Duration: Jun 7 2000Jun 10 2000

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Other2000 Annual Conference - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering
CountryCanada
CityLondon, Ont.
Period6/7/006/10/00

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Hassan, H., Mousa, R., & Gadallah, A. A. (2000). Integrated framework for pavement rehabilitation selection process. In D. McTavish, G. Knights, F. M. Bartlett, R. K. Rowe, & S. Easa (Eds.), 2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering

Integrated framework for pavement rehabilitation selection process. / Hassan, H.; Mousa, R.; Gadallah, A. A.

2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. ed. / D. McTavish; G. Knights; F.M. Bartlett; R.K. Rowe; S. Easa. 2000.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Hassan, H, Mousa, R & Gadallah, AA 2000, Integrated framework for pavement rehabilitation selection process. in D McTavish, G Knights, FM Bartlett, RK Rowe & S Easa (eds), 2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. 2000 Annual Conference - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, London, Ont., Canada, 6/7/00.
Hassan H, Mousa R, Gadallah AA. Integrated framework for pavement rehabilitation selection process. In McTavish D, Knights G, Bartlett FM, Rowe RK, Easa S, editors, 2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. 2000
Hassan, H. ; Mousa, R. ; Gadallah, A. A. / Integrated framework for pavement rehabilitation selection process. 2000 Annual Conference Abstracts - Canadian Society for Civil Engineering. editor / D. McTavish ; G. Knights ; F.M. Bartlett ; R.K. Rowe ; S. Easa. 2000.
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