Full list of CIRCLY files

CIRCLY (24)

Title Description
Asphalt Mix-specific fatigue relationship in CIRCLY

1.90 MB

Brochure - CIRCLY 6.0 - A powerful tool for pavement design

465.34 KB

CIRCLY 5.0 - Full Installation

CIRCLY 5.0u (8 April 2013) - Full Installation.

CIRCLY 5.0 has been superseded by CIRCLY 5.1 and CIRCLY 6.0.

If you have an Annual Licence you should install CIRCLY 5.1 or CIRCLY 6.0 (preferable).

CIRCLY 5.1 - Full Installation

CIRCLY 5.1g (10 June 2019)- Full Installation.

Warning: Do not install CIRCLY 5.1 if you have a CIRCLY 5.0 Perpetual Licence.

You can install CIRCLY 5.1x over the top of any older version of CIRCLY 5.x.
No changes will be made to your existing user data files.

12.21 MB

CIRCLY 5.x - User Manual

CIRCLY 5.x - User Manual - Version 5.0.053.pdf

CIRCLY 5.x and 6.0 - Standard Licence Agreement

CIRCLY 5.x and 6.0 - Standard Licence Agreement

CIRCLY 6.0 - Full Installation

CIRCLY 6.0 (24 August 2023) - Full Installation.

Warning:  CIRCLY 6.0 is not a free upgrade to a CIRCLY 5.0 Perpetual Licence.

You can install CIRCLY 6.0 over the top of any older version of CIRCLY 6.0.  No changes will be made to your existing user data files.

CIRCLY 6.0 will operate in Evaluation Mode unless you have a CIRCLY Annual Licence (typically using a Hardware Lock).

Evaluation Mode has the following restrictions:

  • The TOTAL Pavement thickness must be 260, 475 or 525 mm.
  • The Automatic Thickness Design and Parametric Analysis features are de-activated.

 

11.55 MB

CIRCLY 6.0 Workshop Notes - 2 slides on each page

CIRCLY 6.0 Workshop Notes - November 2015 - 2 slides on each page

6.76 MB

CIRCLY 6.0 Workshop Notes - one slide per page

CIRCLY 6.0 Workshop Notes - November 2015 - one slide per page

CIRCLY 7.0 - Full Installation

CIRCLY 7.0 (5 September 2023) - Full Installation.

Warning:  CIRCLY 7.0 is not a free upgrade to a CIRCLY 5.0 Perpetual Licence.

You can install CIRCLY 7.0 over the top of any older version of CIRCLY 7.0.  No changes will be made to your existing user data files.

CIRCLY 7.0 will operate in Evaluation Mode unless you have a CIRCLY Annual Licence (typically using a Hardware Lock).

Evaluation Mode has the following restrictions:

  • You must use the standard Material Properties provided with the Example Jobs or Workshop Exercises.
  • You can use the Automatic Thickness Design and Parametric Analysis features.

 

12.53 MB

CIRCLY 7.0 Workshop Notes - 2 slides on each page

CIRCLY 7.0 Workshop Notes - December 2023 - 2 slides on each page

55.77 MB

CIRCLY 7.0 Workshop Notes - one slide per page

CIRCLY 7.0 Workshop Notes - December 2023 - one slide per page

63.86 MB

CIRCLY and Mechanistic Pavement Design: The Past, Present and Towards the Future - Leigh Wardle (2010)

361.35 KB

CIRCLY Theory and Background Manual

CIRCLY Theory and Background Manual - Draft 1

Current Issues For Mechanistic Pavement Design - Wardle, L.J., Youdale, G. and Rodway, B. (2003)

199.29 KB

Hardware Lock Driver

Hardware Lock Driver - Version 7.6.9.

Keywords: Hardware Lock Driver, Sentinel Driver, Dongle Driver.

 

5.68 MB

Integrating Weigh-In-Motion data with Mechanistic Pavement Analysis and Design - Wardle, L. J. and Cropley, S. M. (2004)

195.22 KB

Layered Elastic Design Of Heavy Duty And Industrial Pavements - Rodway, B. and Wardle, L.J. (1998)

636.79 KB

Layered Elastic Pavement Design- Recent Developments. Wardle, L.J. and Rodway, B. (1998)

675.38 KB

Sample Client Pavement Design Document

Sample Client Pavement Design Document by Graham Foley (May 2003). This report, written by a specialist pavement engineer, Graham Foley, is an example of using the general mechanistic procedure to refine an existing pavement design to provide an alternative pavement design. It will be of use to both experienced and less-experienced pavement designers as how to approach and document a mechanistic design.

187.45 KB

Thompson, R. J. (2011). GSFM – An Integrated Approach to Mine Haul Road Design

GSFM – An Integrated Approach to Mine Haul Road Design.

by Dr Roger Thompson (Western Australia School of Mines)

2011.

An 84 slide presentation.

3.55 MB

Thompson, R. J. (2015). Fundamentals of Mine Haul Road Design. V2.0.15 Sept.

Fundamentals of Mine Haul Road Design.

by Dr Roger Thompson (Western Australia School of Mines)

V2.0.15, September 2015.

A 156 page ebook.

17.37 MB

Thompson, R. J. and Visser, A.T. (1999). Designing and Managing Unpaved Opencast Mine Haul Roads for Optimum Performance

736.65 KB

Using RLT (Repeated Load Triaxial) test data for granular materials in CIRCLY Pavement Design

RLT (Repeated Load Triaxial) tests are used in New Zealand to characterize the rutting resistance of granular materials (NZ Transport Agency T15 (2014)).

You can use properties from RLT tests in CIRCLY via the Unbound Granular RLT (Austroads 2004 sub-layering) material type.

These notes outline the steps in CIRCLY.

2.65 MB