ВИЗНАЧЕННЯ ОПТИМАЛЬНОЇ ДОРОЖНЬОЇ КОНСТРУКЦІЇ З ПОПЕРЕЧНИМИ ДРЕНАЖАМИ МІЛКОГО ЗАКЛАДАННЯ
Optimal engineering solutions are not always available in the design of road pavement, resulting in large losses in road construction. The justification of the optimal design should be based on an analysis of the range of natural conditions. An assessment of the range of technical and technological parameters determining the work of shallow drainage structures is carried out by means of a collective expert assessment carried out by means of questionnaires from leading experts in the sector. A target function has been defined for finding the most optimal design of shallow drainage under two groups of criteria: estimated cost and a set of technical and technological indicators, which are characterized by the efficiency of its operation. Of the eight proposed shallow drainage structures, the best engineering design was validated and recommended at the lowest estimated cost.
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