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Both heat and cold are significant challenges for many roadway structures.  This is a particular  challenge to elevated structures such as bridges and overpasses.

Employing GSE R-series custom embedded fluid pumps, a normalization fluid (such as salt water), can be continuously pumped between the roadway surfaces and deeply buried ground loops.   Excess heat is disbursed into the ground, minimizing roadway expansion during the hottest days.  While during the coldest days geothermal heat is circulated through the roadway to prevent ice formation.

The system requires no fuel, grid connection, or consumable supplies.  Maintenance is limited, and the system can be easily disabled when not required.

Additional traffic controls, such as speed control, or pacing controls can also be introduced with GSE embedded  Speed Sponges.  These systems will allow operators, or sensors  (i.e. radar, thermal, volume, etc.) to target and damp vehicles exceeding speeds conditionally.

The embedded units will introduce caution into the traffic, but will not have any significant impacts on traffic flows.


     
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