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Pavement damage functions for cost allocation.

Pavement damage functions for cost allocation.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center, National Technical Information Service [distributor in McLean, Va, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pavements -- United States -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsTurner-Fairbank Highway Research Center., Brent Rauhut Engineering, Inc.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17831508M

    PMS Pavement Management Services Ltd was engaged by the Commission to develop a methodology for off-peak marginal costs based on damage caused to airport facilities. The procedure developed uses the ICAO Aircraft Classification Number (ACN) to determine and allocate damage costs among different aircraft types for charges in off-peak by: 3. Cost Allocation and Activity-Based Costing Systems Cost Allocation and Activity-Based Costing Systems LEARNING OBJECTIVES After studying this chapter, you will be able to 1. Explain the major purposes for allocating costs. 2. Explain the relationship between activities, resources, costs, and cost File Size: KB.

    Pavement Damage Functions for Cost Allocation Volume 1, Damage Functions and Load Equivalence Factors. Report No. FHWA/RD/, Federal Highway Administration, (). [4] Author: Lan Ying Guo, Jin Cheng Wei, Shi Ping Cui. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Format: Book, Microform; v.: ill. ; 28 cm. The Long-Term Pavement Performance Program roadmap [microform]: a strategic plan; Pavement damage functions for cost allocation [microform] Explore.

    Road deterioration and maintenance effects: models for planning and management (English) Abstract. The performance of road pavement and the effects of maintenance are important parameters of the cost of road transport; both determine the direct outlays of the highway authority and affect the operating cost of vehicles plying the by: Variability of Pavement Damage for Highway Cost Allocation and Revenue Analysis. By. Jackeline Murillo -Hoyos Anwaar Ahmed. of pavement damage cost or as part of highway cost allocation, in a bid to restructure the existing functions or to drive highway use policies including fuel tax rate adjustment.


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and Darter M. () Damage Functions for Cost Allocation, Volume 1 of the Contract Titled, Pavement Damage Functions Prepared for the Federal Highway by: 6. DAMAGE FUNCTIONS FOR RUTTING, FATIGUE CRACKING, AND LOSS OF SERVICEABILITY IN FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS.

Damage functions are required for development of load equivalence factors to be used in allocating cost responsibilities to various vehicle classes for use of by: 8.

It was determined that in each highway functional class, the marginal cost of pavement damage is influenced significantly by the pavement material type, traffic levels and age. The marginal pavement cost of truck damage was defined as a unit cost of providing pavement structure for one additional passage of a unit truckload (expressed as equivalent single axle load).

The results indicate that the highway type (or truck volumes associated with the highway type) has a major influence on marginal costs. branches, and develop a cost allocation model that provides a basis for allocating shared, administrative and overhead costs to three revenue funds administered by the Library.

The Authority may elect to contract for an option to provide a cost allocation plan that complies with OMB Circular A, and bids should include this cost detail. Highway Cost Allocation Model, $6M to $27M per year would be saved by avoiding the pavement damage caused by overweight trucks if the mobile enforcement budget were doubled and was 50 percent effective at eliminating non-compliant overweight Size: KB.

During this time specific cost allocation methods have evolved, but the basic cost occasioned approach has remained the basis for cost allocation at both the Federal and State levels. The approach was so widely accepted that Congress, in mandating the Federal HCAS, stipulated that a cost-occasioned approach be used in the study.

A New Approach for Allocating Highway Costs. was proposed for the analysis of cost allocation associated with pavement damage under an SHL-vehicle movement. traffic volume as a function. Introduction. This paper describes the design, development and on-road demonstration of a new system for allocating pavement damage between individual Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) 1 for road user charging purposes.

Ever since the publication of the Smeed Report in the mids (Ministry of Transport, ), the possible implementation of direct forms of road-user charging has attracted Cited by: 7. and cost allocation studies that consider vehicle use and pavement upgrade alternatives. PaveSim, a dynamic simulation environment, has been created to help develop.

expenses are functions ofproject features ranging from pavement width and length to number of lanes to location (urban vs. rural). Because these features vary from one project to another, construction costs are often estimated using cost-per-mileand cost-per-itemtables. Such tables.

WSDOT Cost Estimating Manual for Projects M Page i April Foreword WSDOT’s vision is to be the best at providing a sustainable and integrated multimodal transportation system.

Its mission is to provide and support safe, reliable, and cost-effective transportation options to improve livable communities and. Pavement Damage Functions for Cost Allocation: Vol. 2—Descriptions of Detailed Studies. FHWA-RD FHWA, U.S.

Department of Transportation, Google Scholar. Myre, J. Fatigue of Asphalt Pavements. Proc., Third International Conference on Bearing Capacity of Roads and Airfields, Norwegian Institute of Technology, Trondheim, Cited by: The allocation of highway costs is constantly debated among legislatures, highway agencies, and highway users as it directly relates to concerns about equity in terms of cost responsibility and actual user charges.

One of the major challenges in highway cost allocation stems from the need to estimate pavement damage by different vehicle classes. function for a pavement and because they can be directly related to vehicle operating costs.

In addition, as described by Haas et al. (5), it is necessary for cost allocation purposes that such models be capable of identifying the fractions of total deterioration due to environmental factors and to traffic load-associated Size: 5MB.

Summary In this chapter, two different approaches for estimating repair and maintenance costs induced by pavement rough- ness were proposed: (1) An empirical approach that uses the updated TRDF study (Zaniewski et al., ) and adjustment factors (Table ) and (2) a mechanisticâ empirical approach to conduct fatigue damage analysis using numerical model- ing of vehicle vibration.

grade, so new damage functions over the range of distresses significant to de­ terioration of flexible pavements were needed by FHWA to respond to a Con­ gressional mandate for new cost-allocation recommendations. Damage func­ tions for rutting and fatigue cracking and a new damage function for loss of serviceability are provided.

Cost Allocation Services (CAS) Best Practices Manual For. Reviewing State and Local Governments. State/Local-Wide Central Service Cost Allocation Plans. And Indirect Cost Rate Proposals.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Program Support Center/Financial Management Portfolio/ Grants Finance and Administration Services/. Vermont Highway Cost Allocation Study. It covers the three items requested in your August work program: 1. A brief review and update of the recommendations we made on user taxes and fees and weight limits 2.

A special analysis of the revenues and cost .Test Method and Model Development of Subbase Erosion for Concrete Pavement Design. Test Method and Model Development of Subbase Erosion for Concrete Pavement Design Show all authors. Youn su Jung. Lytton, R. L., and Darter, M. I. Pavement Damage Functions for Cost Allocation, Vol.

1: Damage Functions and Load Equivalency Factors. Cited by: 8.Research programs conducted by ERI include maintenance and rehabilitation techniques, mechanistic pavement design, pavement damage functions for cost allocation, and evaluation of nondestructive testing devices and their use in flexible overlay design.