Reinforced Concrete Pavement for Airports

by A.W. Compton,

Serial Information: Journal of the Air Transport Division, 1960, Vol. 86, Issue 1, Pg. 1-10

Document Type: Journal Paper

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From results of former airport pavement researches it is concluded that use of properly distributed wire reinforcement in concrete airfield pavements controls cracking, reduces maintenance, and increases service life; aspects of design; computation of steel area based on subgrade drag theory; coefficient of subgrade; pavement design of Indianapolis, Ind, municipal airport.

Subject Headings: Airport and airfield pavements | Concrete pavements | Reinforced concrete | Pavement design | Pavement condition | Subgrades | Maintenance | Cracking | Indianapolis | North America | United States | Indiana

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