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.:. PRESENTATION

It is with great pleasure and satisfaction that the Instituto de la Construcción y Gerencia (ICG) publishes the new version of the book “Ingeniería de Pavimentos”, which presents an organized and updated selection of valuable topics for professionals who develop their professional activity in Pavement Engineering.

In this new version there have been important improvements, more content and new applications; therefore we have seen it convenient to publish it in three volumes; volume 1 called “Materials” (fifth edition); volume 2 called “Design Variables” (first edition) and volume 3 called “Pavement Design” (second edition).
 

.:. AUTHOR

Ing. J. Rafael Menéndez Acurio, Ph.D., P.E.
 

.:. ÍNDICE

1. Affirmed Pavements
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Properties of materials
1.3 Deterioration models
1.4 Pavement design
1.5 Design of pavements with geogrid reinforcement
1.6 References

 
2. Surface Treatments
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Selection of surface treatments
2.3 Characteristics of treatments
2.4 Thickness design
2.5 References

 
3. Segmented Pavements
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Segmented Pavement Applications
3.3 Structure of segmented pavement
3.4 Types of segmented or block pavements
3.5 Factors affecting segmented pavement performance
3.6 Failure mechanisms
3.7 HDM4 Analysis Procedure
3.8 MTC design procedure
3.9 ASCE procedure
3.10 References

 
4. Flexible pavements
4.1 Analysis of flexible pavements
4.2 Design of flexible pavements
4.3 Asphalt Institute Method
4.4 AASHTO 1993 and MTC Method
4.5 AASHTO mechanistic-empirical method
4.6 References

 
5. Rigid pavements
5.1 Types of concrete pavement
5.2 Stresses and deformations
5.3 Slab support
5.4 PCA Method for Unreinforced Pavements 5.5 AASHTO and MTC Method for Unreinforced Pavements
5.5 AASHTO and MTC method for unreinforced pavements 5.6 Reinforced rigid pavements
5.6 Reinforced rigid pavements
5.7 MEPDG Method of the NCHRP
5.8 Joint Design
5.9 Berms
5.10 References

 
6. Pavement evaluation
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Types of evaluations
6.3 Types of pavement failures in asphalt pavements
6.4 Types of asphalt pavement failures
6.5 Types of failures in concrete pavements
6.6 Surface evaluation
6.7 Structural Evaluation
6.8 Roughness
6.9 Serviceability
6.10 Levels of service
6.11 Design sections
6.12 References

 
7. Pavement rehabilitation and reinforcement
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Asphalt pavements
7.3 Concrete pavements
7.4 Design procedure
7.5 Asphalt Institute method
7.6 Flexible pavements AASHTO 93 method
7.7 Rigid pavements AASHTO 1993 method
7.8 MTC Design Guideline Method
7.9 References

 
8. Pavement construction
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Earthmoving and transport equipment
8.3 Granular materials processed in quarries
8.4 Soil stabilization
8.5 Asphalt pavements
8.6 Asphalt Pavement Rehabilitation
8.7 Rigid pavement construction
8.8 Segmented pavement construction
8.9 Asphalt pavement recycling
8.10 Hot recycling in plant
8.11 Recycling of hydraulic concrete pavement 8.12 Additional Definitions
8.12 Additional definitions
8.13 Roadway items
8.14 References

 
9. Supervision and quality control
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Statistical Concepts
9.3 Quality control
9.4 Embankment
9.5 Pedraplen
9.6 Reinforcement
9.7 Granular sub-base and granular base
9.8 Cement-stabilized soil
9.9 Soil stabilized with lime
9.10 Soil stabilized with organic products
9.11 Surface treatments
9.12 Asphalt mortar
9.13 Microsurfacing
9.14 Hot asphalt pavement 9.15 Hydraulic concrete pavement
9.15 Hydraulic concrete pavement
9.16 Cold asphaltic pavement 9.17 Asphalt pavement
9.17 Drainage asphalt pavement
9.18 References

– Conversion factors
– International system of units
– Roman numerals
– ASTM abbreviations and symbols
– International System Prefixes
– Nomenclature
– Abbreviations
– Websites of interest
– Glossary of terms

 

.:. PRICE

Normal US$ 65
Member ICG US$ 60