Pavement Design

The pavements can be characterized in view of the basic execution into two, flexible pavements and rigid pavements. In flexible pavements, wheel loads are exchanged by grain-to-grain contact of the total through the granular structure. On the contrary, in rigid pavements, wheel loads are exchanged to sub-level soil by flexural quality of the asphalt and the asphalt demonstrations like a rigid plate (e.g. bond solid streets). Notwithstanding these, composite pavements are likewise accessible. A thin layer of flexible asphalt over rigid asphalt is perfect asphalt with most alluring qualities. In any case, such pavements are once in a while utilized as a part of new development as a result of high cost and complex investigation required.