It is with great pleasure and satisfaction that the Instituto de la Construcción y Gerencia, ICG, presents the Third Edition of the book “Pavements: An Integral Approach”, which presents an organized and updated selection of valuable topics for professionals who develop their professional activity in the design, evaluation, construction, maintenance and management of pavements.
Dr. Carlos M. Chang Albitres, Ph.D., P.E.
- Pavement Design
Pavement Design: An Integrated Approach
Introduction to Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design AASHTO 2008
Modeling and Characterization of Material Behavior for Pavement Design Purposes AASHTO 2008
Comparative Analysis for Design Purposes between California Bearing Ratio (CBR) and Soil Classification (AASHTO and SUCS)
Roadway Rehabilitation and Asphalt Reinforcement Layer Design Methods
SUPERPAVE Specifications for the Design of Asphalt Mixes in Peru
Implementation of the MEPDG Mechanical Pavement Design Guide in Texas.
Methodological Guide for Equivalent Rigid and Flexible Pavement Designs in Bidding Processes
- Pavement Evaluation and Quality Control
Methodologies for the Determination of Pavement Roughness and its Applicability in the Calibration of Measuring Equipment, Implementation and Uses in Road Projects.
Improving PSI in Road Rehabilitation
Deflectometric Evaluation, Analysis and Correlation of Results Obtained with Different Measuring Equipment
Application of Nondestructive Testing for Quality Control of Flexible Pavements
Potential rutting risk assessment of asphalt mixtures using the MARC equipment.
Permanent Deformation in Asphalt Mixtures and the Consequent Deterioration of Asphalt Pavements in Peru
Methodology for Quality Control of Hot Mix Asphalt Concrete Pavement Construction
- Pavement Management Systems
The Use of Management Systems, Preventive Maintenance and Pavement Preservation
Development of an Analysis Tool to Evaluate the Feasibility of Highway Projects under the Road Concession Modality.
Application of Geographic Information Systems in Pavement Management Systems: A Case Study
Applicability of the HDM Model in the Evaluation of Road Projects
Effects of Pavement Maintenance and Rehabilitation Policies on the Value of the Road Infrastructure
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