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Colton Hernandez
Colton Hernandez

Download Bisar 3.0 from ISAP Website: A Quick and Easy Guide

#gap-949093764 padding-top: 10px; download full-text pdf cite this publication, 2014, effect of vertical and horizontal load on pavement interface shear stress, international journal of engineering research & technology (ijert) volume 03, issue 10 (october 2014),

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according to the test results, the shear strength is higher at the interface of the outer layer and the ac and at the interface between ac and inner layer. this is due to the fact that the outer layer is usually set with a very high shear strength. as for the inner layer, the shear strength is relatively low. finally, for the inner layer the shear strength was taken as a constant value (400kpa). this was done by specifying the shear strength of the softens layer in the pavement model. for bisar software, the interface between the asphalt and ac was assumed as linear elastic (slip=0). the shear strength of the asphalt layer in the same pavement model was modified with the reference point (rpo) method. for the reference point, the stress t was calculated at the reference point (rpo) (fig. 19). the reference point was located at the center of the core (fig. 15 ). as for the shear strength of the asphalt at rpo, the shear strength of the asphalt t was adjusted by modifying the elastic modulus of asphalt. the effect of the elastic modulus was calculated by increasing or decreasing the thickness of the softens layer. the thickness of the asphalt layer was calculated in the program based on the asphalt value given in the pavement structure (fig. 16 ).


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