Pavement Design

A highway pavement is a structure comprising of superimposed layers of handled materials over the common soil sub-review, whose primary function is to convey the connected vehicle burdens to the sub-review. The pavement structure ought to have the capacity to give a surface of satisfactory riding quality, sufficient slip opposition, great light reflecting characteristics, and low commotion contamination. A definitive point is to guarantee that the transmitted stresses because of wheel load are adequately diminished, so that they will not exceed bearing capacity of the subgrade.

Two sorts of pavements are by and large perceived as filling this need, specifically Flexible pavements and Rigid pavements. Improper design of pavements prompts early failures of pavements influencing the riding quality.