Engineer's Notebook: Determining Sample Size of Pavement Deflections by Nomograph

Pavement and Bridge Rehab Covered at Fort Worth Conference

Wave Protection for an Offshore Runway Extension, Alaska

Finite Element Analysis of a Taxiway Bridge

Design of Yard Entrance Improvements: Port of Oakland of Ports 83, Kong Wong, ed., 1983

Implementing Effective Traffic Control Plans in Construction Zones

Nondestructive Testing Cuts Runway Rehab Costs
Nondestructive testing of an asphalt overlay of a crosswind runway at Kansas City International Airport not only reduced construction costs and runway downtime, but proved that only the...

Undeveloped Coastal Barriers Photographic Inventory

Historical and Projected Shoreline Mapping

Dynamic Analysis of Airport Pavements

Analysis of Concrete Pavement Blowups

Concrete Pavements

Concrete Pavements

Fiber-Reinforced Concrete Proves Worth for Airport Pavements
Laboratory and field tests indicate that fiber-reinforced concrete has higher flexural and tensile strength, higher impact resistance, and improved resistance to spalling and joint deterioration...

Orlando International: Airport of the 21st Century
The latest technology in airport design from the apron overlays to the terminal itself was incorporated at Orlando International, the nation's fastest growing airport. Now...

Fiber Reinforced Concrete
In the past 10 years or so, concrete reinforced with fibers one or two inches long has begun to be used, first on a demonstration and experimental basis, then in major everyday applications....

Effects of Tropical Soils on Palau Airport Design

Highway Grouting--A Permeable Grout Provides Drainage Below a Concrete Pavement

Concrete Pavement

Sulfer Extended Asphalt
Since the 1973 oil embargo, the Federal Highway Administration has researched and promoted the experimental use of a new pavement binder, sulfur-extended asphalt (SEA). In SEA paving mixes,...





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