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Multi-layer Pavement System under Blast Load

; Hao Wu ; Hong Wei Andy Tan ; Soon Hoe Chew

This book proposes the concept of a multi-layer pavement system to fulfill the blast resistance requirement for pavement design. It also presents a damage pattern chart for multi-layer pavement design and rapid repair after blast load. Les mer
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Om boka

This book proposes the concept of a multi-layer pavement system to fulfill the blast resistance requirement for pavement design. It also presents a damage pattern chart for multi-layer pavement design and rapid repair after blast load. Such a multi-layer system consists of three layers including asphalt concrete (AC) reinforced with Geogrid (GST) at the top, a high-strength concrete (HSC) layer in the middle, and engineered cementitious composites (ECC) at the bottom. A series of large-scale laboratory impact tests were carried out to prove the usefulness of this concept and show its advantages over other conventional pavement system. Furthermore, field blast tests were conducted to show the actual behavior of this multi-layer pavement system subjected to blast load under real-world conditions.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction.- Development of New Multi-layers Pavement Material Subjected to Impact Load: Laboratory Large Scale Drop Weight Test.- Development of New Multi-layers Pavement Material Subjected to Blast Load: Full Scale Field Blast Trial.- Property of Interface in the New Multi-Layers Pavement System.- Numerical Modelling of Pavement Slab Subjected to Blast Loading.- Conclusions and Recommendations.

Om forfatteren

Dr. Jun Wu received his B.E. degree in Civil Engineering from the Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai, China in 2004, M.E. degree in Structural Engineering from the Tongji University, Shanghai, China in 2007, and PhD. degree in Geotechnical Engineering from the National University of Singapore, Singapore in 2013. Dr. Wu has been an associate professor at the School of Urban Rail Transportation, Shanghai University of Engineering Science since September 2013.

Dr. Hao Wu received his Ph.D. degree in Projective Engineering from PLA University of Science & Technology, Nanjing, China in 2012 and then worked as a research fellow in China Academy of Engineering Physics from 2012 to 2014. Dr. Hao Wu has been engaged in the research work of basic theory and engineering applications on impact/blast-resistant materials and structures, including the penetration and blast effects of earth penetration weapons on military fortifications, civil engineering infrastructures against accidental impact and explosion, etc. He has published more than 90 academic papers and the monograph "Concrete Structures Under Projectile Impact" jointly by Springer and Science Press. Dr. Hao Wu has been a Full Professor at the College of Civil Engineering, Tongji University, China since September 2017. He also served as a core member of International Association of Protective Structures.