Visualization of Road Segment for Road Analysis and Design
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Current road design and analysis approaches lack an appropriate model to fill the gap between past empirical and mechanistic empirical methods. The current approaches also lack current developments in pavement materials, traffic loading and importantly the rate at which traffic loading develops in thedesign period. This causes road disruptions well before the design life reach. Early road damage can lead to other road issues including serious accidents. In this paper, we aim to visualise road segment to allow for all the important analysis and design factors affecting actual pavement performance. As a result, all sectors of the road system are analysed and designed to simulate the road system.
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