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Recently, designs of experimental techniques such as regression analysis and response surface methodology (RSM) are being increasing applied in studies of concrete and pavement materials, with the aim of providing detailed analysis and accurate estimations of the performance, mechanical characteristics, and durability of concrete and pavement. Generally, regression analysis is a basic statistical method that is used to study the correlation between variables. Response surface methodology provides mathematical solutions to a problem, reduces the number of experimental trials, and saves the cost and time used in a research investigation. In addition, this technique allows for the production models for several aged, non-aged, modified, and non-modified binders of concrete and pavements properties, and for construction materials properties in general.



Response surface methodology in concrete and pavement has the potential to address various limitations and goals and analyses the connections between unrelated factors impacting a certain response. Including response surface methodology in concrete and pavement technologies can beneficially help researchers to create a better experimental matrix and give them the chance to examine the changes in concrete and pavement performance in a quicker, more efficient, and reliable manner. Thus, response surface methodology can provide an alternative method for concrete and pavement material researchers to swiftly ascertain the impact of times and materials.



The research topic aims to collate original research and review articles that report on the newest findings in the application of response surface methodology in concrete and pavement area. It will focus on statistical methods and mathematical solutions to a problem in concrete and pavement investigation. We welcome articles from industry and academia that convey advanced research in developing models, designing or constructing schemes, and papers on best practices that others can learn from and utilize. Furthermore, discussions or research on any normative restrictions, implementation in Codes and Standards in regard to applications and challenges are encouraged. Original research and review articles are welcome.

The themes for this topic include, but are not limited to:

 Utilization of RSM on bitumen

 Application RSM on cement

 RSM for advanced concrete technology

 RSM for pavement engineering

Keywords: Response Surface Methodology, Concrete, Pavement, Bitumen, Cement, Pavement Engineering


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Recently, designs of experimental techniques such as regression analysis and response surface methodology (RSM) are being increasing applied in studies of concrete and pavement materials, with the aim of providing detailed analysis and accurate estimations of the performance, mechanical characteristics, and durability of concrete and pavement. Generally, regression analysis is a basic statistical method that is used to study the correlation between variables. Response surface methodology provides mathematical solutions to a problem, reduces the number of experimental trials, and saves the cost and time used in a research investigation. In addition, this technique allows for the production models for several aged, non-aged, modified, and non-modified binders of concrete and pavements properties, and for construction materials properties in general.



Response surface methodology in concrete and pavement has the potential to address various limitations and goals and analyses the connections between unrelated factors impacting a certain response. Including response surface methodology in concrete and pavement technologies can beneficially help researchers to create a better experimental matrix and give them the chance to examine the changes in concrete and pavement performance in a quicker, more efficient, and reliable manner. Thus, response surface methodology can provide an alternative method for concrete and pavement material researchers to swiftly ascertain the impact of times and materials.



The research topic aims to collate original research and review articles that report on the newest findings in the application of response surface methodology in concrete and pavement area. It will focus on statistical methods and mathematical solutions to a problem in concrete and pavement investigation. We welcome articles from industry and academia that convey advanced research in developing models, designing or constructing schemes, and papers on best practices that others can learn from and utilize. Furthermore, discussions or research on any normative restrictions, implementation in Codes and Standards in regard to applications and challenges are encouraged. Original research and review articles are welcome.

The themes for this topic include, but are not limited to:

 Utilization of RSM on bitumen

 Application RSM on cement

 RSM for advanced concrete technology

 RSM for pavement engineering

Keywords: Response Surface Methodology, Concrete, Pavement, Bitumen, Cement, Pavement Engineering


Important Note: All contributions to this Research Topic must be within the scope of the section and journal to which they are submitted, as defined in their mission statements. Frontiers reserves the right to guide an out-of-scope manuscript to a more suitable section or journal at any stage of peer review.

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