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2004. Personal Communication. Andrew Doll and Mark Justice. Shahin, M. Y. and Walther, J. A. (1990) Pavement Maintenance Management for Roads and Streets Using the PAVER System; USACERL Technical Report MO-90/05. July. S. Army Engineering Research and Development Center-Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (ERDC-CERL), 2004. Micro PAVER Pavement Management System, 2004. 1 Overview An important feature of a pavement management system (PMS) is the ability to determine both the current condition of a pavement network and predict its future condition.
Ohio Department of Transportation Aviation 2004). 1 Database Combine/Subset A database in a computerized PMS may contain more than one network. A major advantage to smaller databases is efficient data entry and report generation. However, this advantage can be achieved easily if the computerized PMS allows for the capability of combining or subsetting databases as needed. 2 Key Field Unique ID In some computerized systems, such as the Micro PAVER system, when the user makes an entry in a key field (such as Network ID, Branch ID, or Section ID) for the first time, the entry is assigned an additional hidden unique ID that remains associated with the entry even though the user may change the value of the entry in the future.
The expert team visits several airfield pavements and for each pavement performs FOD potential ratings using the rating scale as well as collects existing distress information to be used for the FOD index calculation. Three ratings are performed for each pavement, one for each of the three standard aircrafts. Field visits continue till a satisfactory correlation is obtained. In the process, modifications may have to be made to the selected list of distresses used in the calculation as well as whether specific distress deduct values may be multiplied by an adjustment factor.