Pavement asset management / Ralph Haas and W. Ronald Hudson with Lynne Cowe Falls.

Por: Haas, R. C. G. (Ralph C. G.) [,autor]
Colaborador(es): Hudson, W. Ronald [,autor] | Falls, Lynne Cowe, 1952- [autor]
Tipo de material: TextoTextoEditor: Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, [2015]Descripción: xi, 400 páginas : ilustracionesTipo de contenido: text Tipo de medio: unmediated Tipo de portador: volumeISBN: 9781119038702Tema(s): PAVIMENTOS -- DISEÑO Y CONSTRUCCIÓN -- ADMINISTRACION | PAVIMENTOS -- MANTENIMIENTO Y REPARACION -- ADMINISTRACIONClasificación CDD: 625.8 Recursos en línea: VERSION DIGITAL
Contenidos:
CONTENIDOS: Part one.- The evolution of pavement management. 1.- Introduction -- 2.- Birth and teen years of pavement management (1967-1987) -- 3.- Pavement management development from 2010 -- 4.- Setting the stage. Part two.- Date requirements. 5.- Overview of pavement management data needs -- 6.- Inventory data needs -- 7.- Characterizing pavement performance -- 8.- Evaluation of pavement structural capacity -- 9.- Evaluation of pavement surface distress coondition surveys -- 10.- Evaluation of pavement safety -- 11.- Combined measures of pavemen quality -- 12.- Data base management -- 13.- Communicating the present status of pavement netwoks. Part three.- Determining present and future needs and priority programing of rehabilitation and mantenance. 14.- Establishing criteria -- 15.- Prediction models for pavement deterioration -- 16.- Determinig needs -- 17.- Rehabilitation and maintenance alternatives -- 18.- Priority programming of rehabilitation and maintenance -- 19.- Developing combined programs of maintenance and rehabilitation. Part four.- Structural design and economic analysis: project level. 20.- A framework for pavement design -- 21.- The MEPDG process for pavement design -- 23.- Rehabilitation of existing pavements -- 24.- MEPDG in practice -- 25.- Economic evaluation of alternative pavement design strategies and selection of an optimal strategy. Part five.- Implementation of pavement management systems. 26.- Steps and key components of implementation -- 27.- Role of construction -- 28.- Role of maintenance -- 29.- Research management. Part six.- Examples of working systems. 30.- Basic features of working systems -- 31.- Network level examples of pavement management -- 32.- Project level examples of PMS software -- 33.- HDM-4 the upgraded world bank model -- 34.- City and country pavement management systems -- 35.- Airport pavement management. Part seven.- Looking ahead. 36.- analyzing special problems -- 37.- Applications of expert systems technology -- 38.- New and emerging technologies -- 39.- Institutional issues and barriers relates to pavement -- 40.- Cost and benefits of pavement management -- 41.- Future direction and need for innovation in pavement -- 42.- Development in asset management.-
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Bibliografía General Complementaria Bibliografía General Complementaria Biblioteca Campus San Joaquín
Colección General 625.8 H112 (Navegar estantería) 1 Disponible Asignatura : Gestión de infraestructura vial 3560902081747
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Colección General 625.8 H112 (Navegar estantería) 1 En empaste Asignatura : Gestión de infraestructura vial 3560900261749

CONTENIDOS:
Part one.- The evolution of pavement management.
1.- Introduction -- 2.- Birth and teen years of pavement management (1967-1987) -- 3.- Pavement management development from 2010 -- 4.- Setting the stage.
Part two.- Date requirements.
5.- Overview of pavement management data needs -- 6.- Inventory data needs -- 7.- Characterizing pavement performance -- 8.- Evaluation of pavement structural capacity -- 9.- Evaluation of pavement surface distress coondition surveys -- 10.- Evaluation of pavement safety -- 11.- Combined measures of pavemen quality -- 12.- Data base management -- 13.- Communicating the present status of pavement netwoks.
Part three.- Determining present and future needs and priority programing of rehabilitation and mantenance.
14.- Establishing criteria -- 15.- Prediction models for pavement deterioration -- 16.- Determinig needs -- 17.- Rehabilitation and maintenance alternatives -- 18.- Priority programming of rehabilitation and maintenance -- 19.- Developing combined programs of maintenance and rehabilitation.
Part four.- Structural design and economic analysis: project level.
20.- A framework for pavement design -- 21.- The MEPDG process for pavement design -- 23.- Rehabilitation of existing pavements -- 24.- MEPDG in practice -- 25.- Economic evaluation of alternative pavement design strategies and selection of an optimal strategy.
Part five.- Implementation of pavement management systems.
26.- Steps and key components of implementation -- 27.- Role of construction -- 28.- Role of maintenance -- 29.- Research management.
Part six.- Examples of working systems.
30.- Basic features of working systems -- 31.- Network level examples of pavement management -- 32.- Project level examples of PMS software -- 33.- HDM-4 the upgraded world bank model -- 34.- City and country pavement management systems -- 35.- Airport pavement management.
Part seven.- Looking ahead.
36.- analyzing special problems -- 37.- Applications of expert systems technology -- 38.- New and emerging technologies -- 39.- Institutional issues and barriers relates to pavement -- 40.- Cost and benefits of pavement management -- 41.- Future direction and need for innovation in pavement -- 42.- Development in asset management.-

COBERTURA BIBLIOGRÁFICA:
IPO441 (Ingeniería Civil)
Asignatura : Gestión de infraestructura vial

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