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ANALYSES OF URBAN PAVEMENT SURFACE TEMPERATURES


Deluka-Tibljaš, Aleksandra; Šurdonja, Sanja; Babić, Sergije; Cuculić, Marijana
ANALYSES OF URBAN PAVEMENT SURFACE TEMPERATURES // The Baltic Journal of Road and Bridge Engineering, 10 (2015), 3; 239-246 doi:10.3846/bjrbe.2015.30 (međunarodna recenzija, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
ANALYSES OF URBAN PAVEMENT SURFACE TEMPERATURES

Autori
Deluka-Tibljaš, Aleksandra ; Šurdonja, Sanja ; Babić, Sergije ; Cuculić, Marijana

Izvornik
The Baltic Journal of Road and Bridge Engineering (1822-427X) 10 (2015), 3; 239-246

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Pavement; temperature; heat island; asphalt; concrete; stone

Sažetak
Heat islands are areas that have higher air temperatures than their surroundings. It has been proven that the use of certain types of pavement surface materials contributes to the occurrence of heat islands. The heat island effect is dominant in urban areas, mainly in city centers. To identify potentially favorable pavement surface materials that should be used on surfaces in urban areas, an extensive analysis of in-place material temperatures was conducted in the city center of Rijeka (Croatia) during the summers of 2011 and 2012. The measurements included temperatures of pavement surfaces made of asphalt, concrete and stone. The analysis results identified local materials whose use can help reduce or mitigate the effect of additional heating in the urban environment caused by emission of heat from pavement surfaces. In terms of additional heating of urbanized areas, asphalt has proven to be significantly less favorable than other analyzed materials. In addition to the materials selected for use in wearing courses, their characteristics and the microclimates of the locations where they will be placed must be taken into consideration. Among the standard paving materials, in terms of heating and temperature, concrete is more favorable than asphalt because the differences between concrete surface temperatures and air temperatures are significantly smaller than between asphalt surface temperatures and air temperatures. Stone surfaces have proven to be the most favorable. The analysis results presented can be used to establish clear guidelines for using specific materials under specific conditions.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Građevinarstvo



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