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Economic Analysis of Two-Layer Quiet Asphalt Pavement Considering Noise Cost Benefits
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Economic Analysis of Two-Layer Quiet Asphalt Pavement Considering Noise Cost Benefits
Kang, Haet Vit; Park, Ki Sun; Kim, Nak Seok;
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 Abstract
Two-lalyered quiet asphalt pavements are well known for their noise reduction capabilities compared to the conventional ones. This study was conducted to analyze the economic effects on two-layered quiet asphalt pavement rather than on one-layered. Noise prediction was performed on the data surveyed from the two-layered quiet asphalt pavement. In addition, the economic analysis was executed considering cost benefits using the noise prediction result. The permeability test was also investigated to evaluate the clogging recovery of two-layered quiet asphalt pavement. Analysis results revealed that the construction cost of two-layered quiet asphalt pavements was cheaper than that of the conventional soundproof walls. The two-layered quiet asphalt pavement with simulated clogging conditions was satisfied the permeability requirements of the permeable asphalt pavements. The permeability test results showed that the permeable time was recorded as 6.77 seconds for one cycle of cleaning job with 400 mL of water.
 Keywords
Noise;Quiet pavement;Two layer;Noise benefit cost;Economic analysis;
 Language
Korean
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