Development of a long life design procedure for Australian asphalt pavements
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This project examined the incorporation of the Fatigue Endurance Limit concept into a pavement design procedure. The result of the project was the development of a validated method based off fundamental laboratory testing, which can be used to determine the maximum thickness of an asphalt pavement, beyond which any increase in design thickness will result in little to no increase in the structural capacity of the pavement.
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