Recent Developments in Pavement Skid Resistanceby Frederick E. Jordan, Pres.; Jordan/Avent & Assoc., 111 New Montgomery St., San Francisco, Calif. 94105,
Richard C. Hasbrouck, Civ. Engr.; Jordan/Avent & Assoc., 111 New Montgomery St., San Francisco, Calif. 94105,
Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1983, Vol. 53, Issue 2, Pg. 64-67
Document Type: Feature article
As pavements wear, they lose some of their skid resistance. This article discusses some of the leading options for restoring a pavement's skid resistance. The possibilities for restoring skid resistance include sprinkle treatment, portland cement concrete overlays, polymer overlays, milling to texture the old pavement, applying emulsified slurry seals, grooving existing pavements, and texturing freshly pouted PCC pavements with a tining machine. The authors discuss the pros and cons of each method.
Subject Headings: Load and resistance factor design | Skid resistance | Concrete pavements | Pavement overlays | Pavements | Portland cement | Polymer
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