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Primerjalna analiza evropskih tehničnih predpisov o načrtovanju cest : magistrsko delo
Espigares Donaire, Alexandre (Author), Lipar, Peter (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Rijavec, Robert (Co-mentor), Petrovič, Dušan (Thesis defence commission member)

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Abstract
This thesis addresses the comparative of European technical regulation for road design in specific countries: Slovenia, Spain, Italy and the United Kingdom. An analysis is made to see which are the biggest differences between design methods and what should be done in road design to improve safety and quality of roads in general. The first part of this thesis presents a theoretical background to understand the topics treated; also, graphical examples are introduced in order to facilitate the comprehension. The second part of this thesis is focused on showing the road design rules comparison between the mentioned countries. These comparatives are demonstrated with graphics and using data tables with personalized explanations. Finally, in order to show the comparison in a more practical way, a design with computer software is made and the advantages and disadvantages of using the different technical regulations are concluded. In this sense, we want to improve the safety and quality of the road. At the time of the road design, it is necessary to take into account the previously set goals that are related to ensuring the functionality of the road, traffic safety and user-friendliness, ensuring also a positive attitude to the environment, landscape harmonization, aesthetics and economy.

Language:English
Keywords:civil engineering, masterʼs thesis, road design, comparative analysis, European regulation
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Tipology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Year:2018
Publisher:[A. Donaire Espigares]
Number of pages:X, 81 str.
UDC:625.73:005.52(4-6EU)(043.3)(094.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:8728161 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:Slovenian
Title:Comparative analysis of European technical regulation for road design : master thesis
Abstract:
Magistrsko delo temelji na obravnavi primerjav evropskih tehničnih predpisov za projektiranje cest v določenih evropskih državah. Obravnavane so Slovenija, Španija, Italija in Združeno Kraljestvo. Z analizo so predstavljene največje razlike med načrtovalnimi metodami pri posameznih državah in ugotovitve potrebnih ter priporočenih sprememb pri le teh za izboljšavo varnosti in kvalitete cest. V prvem delu magistrska naloga prikazuje teoretičnega ozadja in grafične primere za lažje razumevanje obravnavanih tem. Drugi del naloge je usmerjen v prikaz primerjave pravil projektiranja cest med omenjenimi državami. Primerjave so prikazane z uporabo grafov in podatkovnih tabel opremljenih z osebnimi razlagami. Za predstavitev primerjave je izdelan model ceste z računalniško programsko opremo, ki služi kot praktični prikaz prednosti in slabosti uporabe različnih evropskih tehničnih predpisov. V času načrtovanja ceste je potrebno upoštevati predhodno začrtane cilje, ki so povezani z zagotavljanjem funkcionalnosti ceste, varnosti prometa in prijaznosti do uporabnikov, zagotavljanjem pozitivnega odnosa do okolja, krajinske usklajenosti, estetike ter racionalnosti in ekonomičnosti.

Keywords:gradbeništvo, magistrska dela, prometna signalizacija, označbe na vozišču, Dunajska konvencija, BIM tehnologija, primerjava, poenotenje, Autosign

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