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For the FEM analysis, ABAQUS was used to solve the model. Based on the FEM analysis, the same loading condition was analyzed under two different scenarios as shown in Figure 7: Figure 8. (a) Horizontal stresses and (b) horizontal strains for test section close to test pit ramp. 1 A pit with a ramp to facilitate the entrance of construction equipment, and 2 A pit without a ramp access. The results shown on the figures correspond to the application of the load at the extreme of the test section (closest to the test pit edge which is the critical condition due to the ramp configuration – load point.

Questionnaire respondents indicated that issues such as a more detailed focus on vehicle-pavement interaction (including improved load and contact stress models), environment-pavement interaction (including climate change issues), development of, and improvements in, performance related specifications, improved MEPDG validation, evaluation of sustainable pavement solutions (energy efficient technologies and re-use of available infrastructure), and improved reliability in pavement design are important future focus areas.

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