Comparison of Laser-Based and Sand Patch Measurements of Pavement Surface Macrotexture
Journal of Transportation Engineering
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This study compares the results of two measurement methods for pavement surface macrotexture: the ASTM E965 sand patch volumetric method and the Digital Surface Roughness Meter (DSRM, laser technique) conducted at a total of 13 different paved road sites in metropolitan Clark County, Nevada. Least-squares regression of DSRM-measured mean profile depth (MPD) on sand patch mean texture depth (MTD) was statistically significant (r2=0.95, p
ASTM E965; Digital Surface Roughness Meter; Mean texture depth; Measurement; Pavements; Pavement macrotexture; Sand; Sand patch; Transportation engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering | Civil Engineering | Environmental Engineering | Environmental Indicators and Impact Assessment | Environmental Sciences | Sustainability
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James, D. E.
Comparison of Laser-Based and Sand Patch Measurements of Pavement Surface Macrotexture.
Journal of Transportation Engineering, 138(2),