Shell pavement design method

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The Shell pavement design method is used in many countries for the design of new asphalt roads.[1]

In structural road design, the main considerations consist of soil parameters, parameters (thickness and stiffness) for the other road foundation materials, and the expected number of times a standard load will pass over. The output of the calculation is the thickness of the asphalt layer.[2]

See also


  1. ^ The Stiffness Relation in the Rutting Prediction Module of the Shell Pavement Design Method Archived 2011-07-18 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Shell Pavement Design Manual—Asphalt Pavements and Overlays for. Road Traffic. Shell International Petroleum Company, Ltd., London,. England, 1978
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