Mechanical Engineering Science

Application of Millimeter 3D Automatic Paving System in Highway Engineering Construction

DONGYi, WANGJie, MAOYijia, LIHua

Abstract


In the construction of asphalt mixture pavement, there are many paving construction procedures, high requirements for machinery and personnel, unreasonable technology and so on. In this paper, the millimeter-scale 3D automatic paving control technology of asphalt mixture pavement is studied with an engineering example. From the analysis of the test results in the later stage of construction, it can be seen that the technology has achieved the goal of high precision paving, and the successful application of the technology provides valuable reference experience for similar asphalt concrete pavement construction in the future.

Keywords


Asphalt pavement; Millimeter grade; 3D paving control technology; Engineering application

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.33142/me.v1i2.1660

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