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Pavement Condition Survey; A Compendium Of Distresses On NH 12 - Kota -Jhalawar India

Author : Tiza Michael 1 Anand Kumar 2 Avinash Kumar Patel 3

Date of Publication :7th November 2016

Abstract: NH - 12 Kota -Jhalawar was observed to be in a very bad state, the authors in quest of making this article worthwhile travelled along the stretch from Kota to Jhalawar and observed the general road condition, however, the stretch between Mandana and Dara was chosen for the purpose of this study. It was observed that the situation of the road is extremely bad with distresses exceeding the permissible value and at some points a total/ complete failure was observed, the authors used a measuring tape, and scale to make measurements of dimensions of the distresses as reported in this article. It was classified under the third and worst category.

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