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Characterizing a porous road pavement using surface impedance measurement: A guided numerical inversion procedure
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10.1121/1.4824971
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(Color online) Surface impedance from the Zwikker and Kosten model for three sets of parameters (see Table I ).

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(Color online) Sensitivity indexes of surface impedance in the Zwikker and Kosten model for a sample of thickness 40 mm.

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(Color online) Sensitivity index of to and distribution function of quarter-wave frequency .

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Flowchart of the simulated annealing algorithm. Index represents the number of accepted transitions, and index represents the total number of iterations.

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(Color online) Sensitivity indexes of surface impedance in the Zwikker and Kosten model for a sample 54 mm thick.

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(Color online) Sensitivity indexes of surface impedance in the Zwikker and Kosten model using the estimated value for porosity.

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Flowchart of the guided inversion procedure for the Zwikker and Kosten model where thickness is known.

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(Color online) Comparison of measurement (solid line) and inversion (dotted line) results, with known thickness.

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(Color online) Sensitivity indexes of surface impedance in the Zwikker and Kosten model where thickness is unknown.

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(Color online) Comparison of measurement (solid line) and inversion (dotted line) results where thickness is unknown.

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(Color online) Sensitivity indexes of surface impedance in the Zwikker and Kosten model where thickness is unknown.

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(Color online) Sensitivity indexes of surface impedance in the Zwikker and Kosten model where thickness is unknown ( set to its estimated value).

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(Color online) Sensitivity indexes of surface impedance in the Zwikker and Kosten model where thickness is unknown ( and set to their estimated values).

Tables

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TABLE I.

Surface impedance from the Zwikker and Kosten model for three sets of parameters.

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TABLE II.

Set of parameters estimated for a road surface sample in the inversion procedure (thickness known). Values in italic are not used in the following procedure.

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TABLE III.

Set of parameters estimated in the inversion procedure for a road surface sample, including thickness. Values in italic are not used in the following procedure.

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Scitation: Characterizing a porous road pavement using surface impedance measurement: A guided numerical inversion procedure
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/asa/journal/jasa/134/6/10.1121/1.4824971
10.1121/1.4824971
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