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  • ROAD SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME PACKAGE 3

    PAVEMENT DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: PART II

    REHABILITATION AND RECYCLING OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS

  • PERKERETAAPIAN INDONESIA KE DEPAN NASKAH ANTARA MENUJU NASKAH AKHIR RENCANA INDUK PERKERETAAPIAN NASIONAL

    ROAD SECTOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME PACKAGE 3

    PAVEMENT DESIGN SUPPLEMENT: PART II

    REHABILITATION AND RECYCLING OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENTS

    May 2011

    INDONESIA

    INFRASTRUCTURE

    INITIATIVE

  • INDONESIA INFRASTRUCTURE INITIATIVE

    This document has been published by the Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII), an Australian Government funded project designed to promote economic growth in Indonesia by enhancing the relevance, quality and quantum of infrastructure investment.

    The views expressed in this report do not necessarily reflect the views of the Australia Indonesia Partnership or the Australian Government. Please direct any comments or questions to the IndII Director, tel. +62 (21) 230-6063, fax +62 (21) 3190-2994. Website: www.indii.co.id.

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

    This report has been prepared by Geoff Jameson and Edward James on behalf of Cardno Emerging Markets in association with the Australian Road Research Board who were engaged under the Indonesia Infrastructure Initiative (IndII), funded by AusAID, as part of the Directorate General of Highways (DGH) Programme Development Activity.

    This supplement rests on the work of the Activity 201 group and previous documents delivered under Activity 201, notably Deliverable 2: National roads pavement design guidelines and practice deficiencies, Draft Deliverable 3 Interim pavement design and cost charts and Deliverable 4A Life cycle cost analysis Part A: model, data preparation, and results of new design options for flexible pavements.

    This supplement draws from many sources; particularly the following published guidelines and technical papers:

    Pavement Design Guide, AASHTO, 1993

    Austroads Pavement Design A Guide to the Structural Design of Road Pavements 2008

    Overseas Road Note 31, Transport Research Laboratory (TRL), UK, 1993

    LR 1132, Transport Research Laboratory, 1986

    The debt owed to these documents must be acknowledged.

    Ir. Purnomo S, Director Bintek, and Dr. Ir. Hedi Rahadian MSc have provided invaluable guidance on the many pavement related issues facing the Technical Directorate of DGH (Bintek). Valuable dialogues have been held with Ir. Nyoman and the pavements staff of the Indonesian Road Research Institute (Pusjatan). The Department of Communication (Perhubungan) provided access to their weighbridge facility at Demak, Central Java, which allowed the collection of necessary confirmation of articulated vehicle axle weights.

  • Any errors of fact or interpretation of previous studies under the IndII Road Sector Development Programme are solely those of the author.

    Ed Vowles, Team Leader

    Jakarta, May 2011

    Document Control: IndII RSDP3 Activity 201 Deliverable 6B Rehabilitation and Recycling

    Version Date Author Initials Reviewer Initials

    HIS edit corrections

    August 2011

    Geoff Jameson

    Edward James

    Tyrone Toole

    IndII 2011

    All original intellectual property contained within this document is the property of the Indonesia

    Infrastructure Initiative (IndII). It can be used freely without attribution by consultants and IndII partners in

    preparing IndII documents, reports designs and plans; it can also be used freely by other agencies or

    organisations, provided attribution is given.

    Every attempt has been made to ensure that referenced documents within this publication have been

    correctly attributed. However, IndII would value being advised of any corrections required, or advice

    concerning source documents and/ or updated data.

    PREAMBLE

    This document is designed to be used in conjunction with current pavement design instructions: Directorate General of Highways (DGH) 2002: Flexible Pavement and DGH 2005: Overlay Design using Deflections. The objective of this format is to facilitate immediate introduction of necessary changes.

    The Indonesian Road Research Institute (Pusjatan) has commenced a review of pavement design instructions in current use. Once that review is complete, incorporation of this and other planned supplements in a single concise pavement design guideline format will be possible.

    Efficient pavement design and maintenance solutions will only become possible when the following issues have been comprehensively addressed:

    a) Enforcement of reasonable axle loading limits

    b) Enforcement of reasonable construction quality standards

    General specification and design specification changes are required to support field use of the extended analysis and design treatments set offered by this document. Changes to the Indonesian Road Management System are needed to support identification of candidate projects for reconstruction or recycling and to introduce deflection-based overlay design to the planning

    process. Consultant and contractor training will be required.

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    ABBREVIATIONS, ACRONYMS AND TRANSLATIONS .................................................. V

    CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................... 1

    CHAPTER 2: SELECTION OF REHABILITATION TREATMENTS ....................................... 3

    2.1 TREATMENT SELECTION PROCESS OUTLINE ............................................ 5

    CHAPTER 3: DESIGN TRAFFIC .................................................................................... 7

    3.1 PAVEMENT DESIGN LIFE .................................................................... 7

    3.2 ESTIMATING VEHICLE DAMAGE ........................................................... 7

    3.3 FUTURE AXLE LOAD CONTROL ............................................................. 7

    3.4 TRAFFIC GROWTH RATE .................................................................... 8

    3.5 LANE DISTRIBUTION FACTOR AND LANE CAPACITY ................................... 8

    3.6 VEHICLE TYPE ................................................................................. 8

    3.7 VEHICLE DAMAGE FACTORS (VDF) ...................................................... 9

    3.8 TRAFFIC MULTIPLIER ........................................................................ 9

    CHAPTER 4: SUBGRADE SUPPORT FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND RECYCLING ............. 13

    4.1 EXISTING PAVEMENT ANALYSIS ......................................................... 13

    4.2 SOFT SOIL TREATMENTS .................................................................. 13

    4.3 PEAT .......................................................................................... 14

    4.4 EXPANSIVE SOILS ........................................................................... 15

    CHAPTER 5: MATERIALS CHARACTERISATION ......................................................... 16

    CHAPTER 6: DRAINAGE .......................................................................................... 18

    CHAPTER 7: THICKNESS DESIGN OF OVERLAYS ........................................................ 21

    7.1 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................. 21

    7.2 DESIGN TRAFFIC LESS THAN OR EQUAL TO 107 ESA ............................... 22

    7.2.1 Adjustment of measured curvature to account for testing temperature ......................................................................... 23

    7.2.2 Standardisation of deflections and curvatures .................... 24 7.2.3 Calculation of characteristic curvatures .............................. 25 7.2.4 Fatigue of an asphalt overlay ............................................... 25

    CHAPTER 8: THICKNESS DESIGN OF FOAMED BITUMEN STABILISATION TREATMENTS ........................................................................................................... 27

    8.1 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................. 27

    8.2 MATERIALS SUITABLE FOR FOAMED BITUMEN STABILISATION................... 28

    8.3 MINIMUM SURFACING REQUIREMENTS .............................................. 30

    8.4 THICKNESS DESIGN CHARTS .............................................................. 31

    8.5 DESIGN PROCESS ........................................................................... 31

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    CHAPTER 9: DESIGN OF CEMENT STABILISATION TREATMENTS............................. 33

    9.1 MATERIALS SUITABLE FOR CEMENT STABILISATION ................................ 33

    9.2 MINIMUM SURFACING REQUIREMENTS .............................................. 33

    9.3 THICKNESS DESIGN CHARTS .............................................................. 33

    9.4 DESIGN PROCESS ........................................................................... 34

    CHAPTER 10: CONSTRUCTION ISSUES AND PAVEMENT PERFORMANCE ........... 36

    10.1 PREPARATION OF EXISTING PAVEMENTS FOR OVERLAY ........................... 36

    10.2 PAVEMENT LAYER THICKNESSES ........................................................ 36

    10.3 PAVEMENT EDGE (INCLUDING MEDIAN) SUPPORT ................................. 37

    10.4 BOXED CONSTRUCTION ................................................................... 37

    10.5 WET SEASON EFFECTS ..................................................................... 38

    10.6 CONSTRUCTION UNDER TRAFFIC........................................................ 38

    10.7 JOINT

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