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The California bearing ratio (CBR) test evaluates the structure of the layers of pavements. Such a test is laborious, time-consuming, and its results are generally affected by sample disturbance and tests conditions. The main objective of this research was to build a numerical model for the prediction of CBR tests that might substitute laboratory tests. The model was based on structural and physical parameters of granular bases. Four different materials from the central region (Querétaro) anddoi:10.3390/app10041414 fatcat:th4gay6ajjgnfim6ogoeqrs2ie