Comparison of Insulated and Noninsulated Pavements

Load-Permit Truck Operations in New York State
This paper presents the results of a survey of indivisible-load permit vehicle operations in New York State. The survey was conducted in the context of an investigation into the impacts...

Fast Track Paving May Offer Applications to Structures
'Fast Track' is a technique that permits portland cement concrete pavements to be opened to traffic in a day or less after they are poured. The method has been...

Fast-Track Concrete Paving
Well known for its corn production, the State of Iowa has been seeding a new product for the past several years. 'Fast Track' concrete has grown along the edge...

Early Opening of Concrete Pavements to Traffic
Current practice for opening slab replacements and full-depth repairs to traffic ranges widely from 2 hours to several days. A rational and simple procedure is urgently needed for determining...

Lessons Learned in Laboratory and Field Evaluation of Accelerated Strength Tests for Quality Control of Concrete Pavements
This paper describes the results of an accelerated strength testing program performed to evaluate flexural strength potential at 28- and 90-days. Based upon a literature review of previous...

The Task of Container Terminal Pavement Selection

The New Approach in Designing and Upgrading Container Terminal Pavements

Life Cycle Cost Analysis Method for Selecting Port Pavement Systems

Cost of Radon Control Measures in New Construction
Installation of a radon prevention system in new construction increases costs to builders and to homebuyers as well. Builders and/or their engineers will need to assess different approaches...

Ports '89
This is a collection of the technical papers presented at the triennial Ports '89 Conference held in Boston, Massachusetts in May 1989. Authors, although predominantly from...

Pavement Design Using an Expert System

Highway Project Constructability
Results from on-going research into highway project constructibility are discussed. Research objectives and methods are outlined. Prime constructibility objectives are presented along...

Specification as a Requirement for Hot Mix Asphalt
A brief description of the current national research programs that affect the development of specifications is included in this paper. Elements of the Strategic Highway Research Program...

Development of Skewed Element for the Concrete Pavements
In the recent years, highway engineers introduced skewed joints in the concrete pavement with a 4 foot to 5 foot skew on a 24 foot width pavement, which results in only one wheel crossing...

Performance of Pavement at Central Wisconsin Airport

Hot Mix Asphalt Utilization in Railway Trackbeds
Described herein are the rationales for, descriptions of and evaluations of hot-mix asphalt (HMA) trackbed rehabilitation and construction techniques recently utilized in various classes...

Asphalt-Rubber Concrete—A New Horizon
The performance of asphalt concrete pavements is dependent to a large degree upon the rheological properties of the asphalt binder. Asphalt-rubber as a binder material extends the temperature...

Roller Compacted Concrete II
This volume includes the papers presented at the 1988 ASCE Specialty Conference on Roller Compacted Concrete. Included in the proceedings are experiences of roller compacted concrete dam...

Compaction Parameters of Roller Compacted Concrete
Density in roller compacted concrete is usually achieved through vibratory compaction. Factors of major influence in attaining densification of a structure with a vibrating roller are...

 

 

 

 

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