A CONDITIONAL STUDY ON LIFE CYCLE COST ANALYSIS FOR ROADS
Pokala Gopichand, S.T. Shahid, P. Lakshumaiah Chowdary
Life cycle cost analysis, Optimization model, Maintenance of flexible pavements,Rehabilitation, etc.
An economic analysis method referred to as Life-Cycle analysis (LCCA) isused to guage the cost-efficiency of alternatives supported world wide web present price (WWPV) conception. it's essential to judge the abovementionedcost aspects so as to get optimum pavement life-cycle prices. However, pavement managers ar usually unable to considereach vital component that will be needed for acting future maintenance tasks. Over the previous couple of decades, many approacheshave been developed by agencies and establishments for pavement Life-Cycle analysis (LCCA). While the transportation community has progressively been utilizing LCCA as an important follow, many organizations have even designed laptop programs for theirLCCA approaches in order to assist with the analysis. Current LCCA methods are analysed and LCCA software is introduced in this article. Subsequently, an inventory of economic indicators is provided at the side of their substantial elements. assembling previous literature will help highlight and study the weakest aspects therefore on mitigate the shortcomings of existing LCCA methods and processes. LCCA research will become loads of sturdy if enhancements are created, facilitating personal industries and government agencies to accomplish theireconomic aims.