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20:53, 18 March 2019 SR903P - Stitching.pdf (file) 411 KB Stitching Concrete Pavement Cracks and Joints. 1
20:18, 2 March 2017 LoadEffectivenessEquation.png (file) 10 KB   1
19:55, 2 March 2017 SubbaseJointEffectiveness.png (file) 79 KB Joint Effectiveness with various subbase types (based on 9 in. slab after 1 million load applications). 1
19:47, 2 March 2017 DowelPlacement.png (file) 28 KB Typical dowel placement in highway pavements. 1
19:38, 2 March 2017 BearingStressToDowelDiameter.png (file) 48 KB Sensitivity of bearing stress to dowel diameter with varying dowel spacing <ref>Smith, K.D., Peshkin, D.G., Darter, M.I., Mueller, A.L., Carpenter, S.H. Performance of Jointed Pavements, Vol. I, Evaluation of Concrete Pavement Performance and Design Fe... 1
19:15, 2 March 2017 JointOpening.png (file) 47 KB   1
19:02, 2 March 2017 JointEffectiveness.png (file) 60 KB   1
15:56, 22 June 2016 Ddi pic.jpg (file) 107 KB   1
15:35, 22 June 2016 DDI Pave Through.jpg (file) 156 KB Pave through method for DDI 1
05:22, 22 June 2016 Ddi11v1.jpg (file) 76 KB Address doglegs and odd shaped panels as possible. 1
05:22, 22 June 2016 Ddi10v1.jpg (file) 79 KB Add transverse joints to the on/off ramps. 1
05:21, 22 June 2016 Ddi9v1.jpg (file) 73 KB Add longitudinal joints to the on/off ramps. 1
05:21, 22 June 2016 Ddi8v1.jpg (file) 68 KB Lightly draw cross road return lines for each of the on/off ramps. 1
05:21, 22 June 2016 Ddi7v1.jpg (file) 68 KB Place transverse joints on the mainline approaches. 1
05:20, 22 June 2016 Ddi6v1.jpg (file) 57 KB Define paving lanes on the mainline approaches. Do not cross the cross road return lines defined in Step 5. 1
05:20, 22 June 2016 Ddi5v1.jpg (file) 45 KB Lightly draw cross road return lines on each side of the central bisecting joint. 1
05:19, 22 June 2016 Ddi4v1.jpg (file) 44 KB Lightly draw the circumference-return and taper-return line(s) outside of the central portion defined in Step 3. 1
05:18, 22 June 2016 Ddi3v1.jpg (file) 40 KB Place a joint in each quadrant when the pavement width changes as you work your way out from the center. Make sure the joint is perpendicular to the direction of travel. 1
05:18, 22 June 2016 Ddi2v1.jpg (file) 39 KB Divide the interchange into four quadrants. 1
05:07, 22 June 2016 Ddi1v1.jpg (file) 39 KB Step 1: Draw all pavement edges and back-of-curb lines in plan view. 1
22:19, 24 November 2015 Detour 1.JPG (file) 2.31 MB Road closure with southbound traffic being diverted to a detour. 1
22:18, 24 November 2015 Pilot Car 1.jpg (file) 152 KB Pilot car leading traffic through the construction zone. 1
22:16, 24 November 2015 Flagger 1.jpg (file) 111 KB A flagger is stationed next to the paving train to help protect workers. 1
22:31, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig27.png (file) 3.94 MB Crack sawing equipment. Note the small diameter blade and pivoting front wheel. 1
21:54, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig25.png (file) 38 KB Cross-section through a longitudinal crack showing the orientation of tiebars for cross stitching. 1
21:46, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig26.png (file) 1.89 MB Cross-stitching tiebars ready for final insertion on an airport pavement. 1
21:35, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig21.png (file) 687 KB Worker sawing the lane/shoulder joint reservoir. Note that the blade must remove a small amount of the concrete slab to ensure cleanliness and enable sealant adherence. 1
21:17, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig20.png (file) 653 KB Tining machine running over a blank out strip. 1
21:13, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig19.png (file) 478 KB Compress-eject machine used for compression seal installation. 1
21:09, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig18.png (file) 640 KB Close-up of low-modulus silicone sealant tooling. 1
21:06, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig17.png (file) 134 KB Drawing the nozzle toward the operator during installation of liquid seal. 1
20:52, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig16.png (file) 621 KB Noticeable dust on inspector's fingers. 1
20:30, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig15.png (file) 61 KB A double-wheeled, steel roller for backer rod insertion to the desired depth. 1
20:23, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig14.jpg (file) 92 KB Sanblasting a joint to remove any remaining residue and ensure a clean joint face to adhere to. 1
20:09, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig13.png (file) 3.79 MB Sawing/reshaping a sealant reservoir with a wet diamond blade. 1
20:01, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig12.png (file) 100 KB The sequence of operations in a CPR project <ref>"Diamond Grinding & CPR 2000," TB-008.0CPR, American Concrete Pavement Association, Arlington Heights, IL, 1990.</reF>. Note that the double boxes indicate core activities which almost always are necessa... 1
18:37, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig11.png (file) 75 KB A typical five cell seal cross-section <ref>"Design and Construction of Joints for Concrete Highways," American Concrete Pavement Association, Portland Cement Association, TB-010.0D, Arlington Heights, IL, 1991.</ref>. 1
18:32, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig10.png (file) 140 KB A large shape factor induces high internal tensile stresses from joint opening and results in cohesion loss. (Also note no backer rod - poor practice). 1
18:31, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig09.png (file) 86 KB Average results of Kansas vacuum tests on different sealants one year after installation <ref>Wojakowski, J.B., "Joint Sealant Test Sections - US 36 Doniphan County," NEPT KS-8904, Kansas Department of Transportation, Unpublished Research Data, 1991.</... 1
18:24, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig08.png (file) 395 KB Checking for sealant adherence with a dull knife blade or thin metal strip <reF>Darter, M.I., Carpenter, S.H., Zimmer, T.R., "Field Performance of a Low-Modulus Silicone Highway Sealant," Transportation Research Record 990, Transportation Research Boar... 1
18:18, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig07.png (file) 115 KB Minor spalling found on some sealant installations is much smaller than classic spalling and not considered large enough to affect the performance of the pavement. 1
18:13, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig06.png (file) 26 KB Typical shape factors for liquid sealants <ref>"Design and Construction of Joints for Concrete Highways," American Concrete Pavement Association, Portland Cement Association, TB-010.0D, Arlington Heights, IL, 1991.</ref>. 1
18:01, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig05.png (file) 82 KB Strain on the extreme sealant fiber for different shape factors <ref>Bugler, J.W., "Rigid Pavement Joint Resealing: Field Application, State of the Art," Transportation Research Record 990, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Wash... 1
17:37, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig04.png (file) 103 KB Figure 4 Difference in water outflow from a pavement drainage system with unsealed longitudinal joints and well-sealed longitudinal joints <ref>Eres Consultants, Inc., "Techniques for Pavement Rehabilitation," Federal Highway Administration, 1992.</reF>. 1
17:10, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig03.png (file) 477 KB File:Tb12_fig03.png|thumb|right|Figure 3. Pavement temperature differential map for the continental United States<ref>Pachuta, J.M., Smith, D.J., "Development of Effective Poured-in-Place Systems for Concrete Pavement Joints," Highway Research Record 2... 1
17:03, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig02.png (file) 90 KB Transverse joint spalling developed on short panel pavements with and without sealants. Note that the joints were sealed only once at initial construction - maintenance of joint seals would have decreased the development of spalling in joints sealed wi... 1
16:49, 20 November 2015 Tb12 fig01.png (file) 89 KB Avenues for water infiltration into a pavement system. <ref>Eres Consultants, Inc., "Techniques for Pavement Rehabilitation," Federal Highway Administration, 1992.</ref> 1
20:14, 18 November 2015 DowelsInWheelPath.jpg (file) 732 KB   1
21:23, 14 July 2015 PavementThicknessDesignFactors1.png (file) 57 KB Flexural strength, age, and design relationships. 1
21:08, 18 May 2015 RCC pic 1.jpg (file) 2.32 MB   1
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