The WSDOT PMS database was used to develop regression equations for three pavement surface types: bituminous surface treatments, asphalt concrete and portland cement concrete. The primary regression equations developed were to predict Pavement Condition Rating (PCR) which is a measure of the pavement surface distress ranges from 100 (no distress) to below 0 (extensive distress). Overall, the equations fit the data rather well given the expected variation of pavement performance information. The relative effects of age (time since construction or reconstruction) were illustrated for the three surface types.
June 17, 2007
Joe P. Mahoney, R. Keith Kay, Newton C. Jackson.
Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC), University of Washington. Dept. of Civil Engineering.
- # of Pages: 29 p., 1,895 KB (PDF)
- Subject: Age, Asphalt concrete, Bituminous pavements, Databases, Defects, Equations, Evaluation, Forecasting, Pavement distress, Pavement management systems, Pavement performance, Pavements, Portland cement concrete, Regression analysis, Surface treating.
- Keywords: Pavements, performance, statistics, regression, equations.
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