Asistencia de investigación: Separación de las capas subrasante y base de una estructura de pavimento con el uso de geotextil no tejido
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Decades ago it was possible to appreciate how the vehicles did not differ in characteristics nor sizes, the means of massive transport or of load were very conventional and the ways by which they were transiting on a daily basis dispensed of a good behavior and resistance to all this type of loads, but nowadays a change has been presented and every day the economic conditions of a country or of its population demand abrupt changes, it is for that reason that we can find great quantity of vehicles that differ in sizes and weights adapted to carry out special functions and determined demands that take them to cross thousands of kilometers of a road system with deficiencies for which they are not prepared . It is for these reasons that experienced and trained researchers have dedicated part of their lives to developing viable construction systems by means of non-conventional agents in search of implementing fast and effective strategies in the face of the different scenarios that are presented on a daily basis. The geosynthetics are an example of non-conventional materials that in recent years have had a very important space in the field of construction, since they have focused on different fields of application especially to the roads, due to its easy use and manageability technically is employable to any type of request from an insulating system, as a drainage agent or retaining element in the case of stability and protection, and all at a low economic cost compared to standard methods of road restoration. Taking these aspects into account, the development of a scale cyclic loading model has been proposed, consisting of a reaction system, a container and a hydraulic system, integrated by load, pressure and displacement cells with the function of evaluating the behavior of nonwoven geotextiles in a flexible pavement structure.