Standardization of Distress Measurements for the Network-Level Pavement Management System / H. Lee
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- Pavement Management Implementation (1991 : Atlantic City, NJ)
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- Machine generated contents note: Key Note Address -- Federal Highway Administration--Current PMS Requirements / L. M. Papet -- Overview Section -- The History of Pavement Management in the Federal Highway Administration / W. A. Nostrand -- Minimum Requirements for Standard Pavement Management Systems / R. F. Carmichael, III / W. R. Hudson / S. W. Hudson -- Generically Dased Data Needs and Priorities for Pavement Management / R. Haas -- Pavement Management Systems--State of the Art / S. R. Saraswatula / S. N. Amirkhanian -- Pavement Condition Index--Remaining Service Life / W. H. Kuo / E. C. Novak, Jr. / G. Y. Baladi -- Addressing Institutional Barriers to Implementing a PMS / R. E. Smith -- Standard Engineering Principles in PMS Applications / P. Ullidtz / R. N. Stubstad -- Effect of Selecting Different Rehabilitation Alternatives and Timing on Network Performance / A. Mohseni / M. I. Darter / J. P. Hall -- Research and Innovation Toward Standardized Pavement Management / R. C. G. Haas / W. R. Hudson -- Criteria for Evaluating Pavement Management Systems / R. Robinson / W. D. O. Paterson -- Experience Section -- History and Implementation of Pavement Management in Kentucky / D. L. Allen / R. L. Rizenbergs / G. W. Sharpe -- Implementation Process Used in the Development of the Illinois Pavement Feedback System / J. P. Hall -- The North Dakota DOT Pavement Management System Implementation Process / K. A. Cation -- Standardization in Pavement Management Implementation for Municipally Maintained Roads in Rhode Island / K. W. Lee / G. E. Bowen -- Implementation of a Pavement Management System for Indiana Airports--A Case History / R. A. Eckrose / W. G. Reynolds -- Airport Pavement Management: The Port of New York and New Jersey Experience / G. R. Rada / S. D. Murrell / C. W. Schwartz -- 20 Years Experience in the PAVER Pavement Management System: Development and Implementation / M. Y. Shahin -- Status of PAVER Implementation Within the U.S. Air Force / Y. R. Kim / D. L. Eaddy -- Performance Indications from Army Airfield Pavement Management Program / Y. Hachiya / W. P. Grogan / R. W. Grau / J. W. Hall -- Ingredients of a Third Generation Pavement Management System for The Ohio Department of Transportation / K. Majidzadeh / J. C. Kennedy, Jr. / C. L. Saraf -- Data Collection in Belgium and Their Use in the Maintenance Planning System / L. J. E. Heleven / P. Dirckx -- A Critical Assessment of Pavement Management Standardization / G. N. Clark / R. K. Moore -- Innovations in PMS--State of Ohio & Kingdom of Saudi Arabia / K. Majidzadeh / W. V. Harper -- Development of the Delaware Pavement Management System / D. W. Matsen / G. R. Rada / H. A. Smith -- A Pavement Surface Model for Integrating Automated Management Data / R. C. G. Haas / C. T. Hendrickson / S. McNeil / C. T. M. Haas -- Comparing Standard Load Equivalency Calculations for Pavement Management Systems / W. R. Hudson / M. T. McNerney -- Standardization of Distress Measurements for the Network-Level Pavement Management System / H. Lee -- New and Old Technology Available for Pavement Management System to Determine Pavement Condition / J. C. Wambold / P. E. Sebaaly / I. L. Al-Qadi -- Development of Optimal Long-Term Network Strategies Using Remaining Service Life / W. H. Kuo / G. Y. Baladi / E. C. Novak -- Toward Standardization of a PMS Analysis Method / W. H. Kuo / G. Y. Baladi / E. C. Novak, Jr.
- Pavement distress information is one of the most important inputs to a pavement management system. Each state developed its own procedure to collect pavement distress data, which resulted in the lack of standardization of distress measurements for pavement management. The full standardization of the pavement management system cannot be achieved without standardizing its input. In addition, there always exists an inconsistency among different raters when they are conducting visual distress surveys. The inconsistency among the raters seems to be a problem for most state highway agencies. The automated image processing technology could help develop a standard crack measure. This paper presents a standard crack density method using video images of pavement surfaces, which can be easily adopted by all fifty states for their network-level pavement management systems. The standard crack density can be automatically computed by dividing the number of crack pixels by the number of total pixels of the pavement surface using the existing image processing technique. The standard crack density is an objective, consistent, and repeatable measure of cracks.
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