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A Study of Skid Resistance Efficiency of Cold Plastic Pavement Marking on Concrete Pavement

Aekapat Channarong, Kittichai Thanasupsin

Abstract


Weigh Station efficiency enhancement is highly important to the people who utilize the road ways around Weigh Station. This research emphasizes on A Study of Skid Resistance Efficiency of Cold Plastic Pavement Marking on Concrete Road at Sai Noi Weigh Station on the highways No.346 by study 1) internal factors, such as thickness, color 2) external factors, such as, time, traffic value, truck weight and climate that affect Skid Resistance (BPN) of cold plastic (Anti-Skid Resistance). Road marking paint is produced for another pavement to increase the safety around weigh station. To be aware of the factors that affect Skid Resistance of cold plastic on concrete pavement by Analytic Statistic to find Correlation of Skid Resistance. Found that factors related to skidding were traffic volume, length of service, rainfall and thickness decreases efficiency of cold plastic.


Keywords


Skid Resistance (PBN); Cold plastic

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