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Title Reflective Cracking in Pavements : Design and performance of overlay systems / editors, L. Francken, E. Beuving, A.A.A. Molenaar.
Imprint Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2014.

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Edition First edition.
Description 1 online resource : text file, PDF
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Subject Concrete.
Cement.
Pavements -- Design and construction.
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Scientific Committee; Conference Organization; Preface; Part one Origin and prevention of reflective cracking; Technique for limiting the consequences of shrinkage in hydraulic-binder-treated bases; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 The CRAFT process (acronym for automatic creation of transverse cracks); 3 Active Joints; 4 The OLIVIA technique; 5 Assessment; Bibliography; Effect of highway geometry and construction equipment on the problem of reflection cracks; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Geometry of highway sections
3 Results of Ottawa field survey4 Results of Cairo field study; 5 Role of highway geometry; 6 Effect of construction equipment; 7 Analytical verification; 8 Concluding remarks; 9 Acknowledgments; 10 References; The development of Emulscement®: a base material with a future; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 The research; 3 Sampling; 3.1 Composition and mixture development; 3.2 Constructional properties; 4 Leaching behaviour; 5 Structural design; 6 Emulscement® test cases; 6.1 Environmental protection aspects; 6.2 Road engineering aspects (structural design); 7 Further developments; 8 Conclusion
9 Future DevelopmentsInfluence of thermal stresses on construction-induced cracks; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Model formulation; 2.1 Material properties; 2.2 Loading conditions; 2.3 Thermal and stress analysis; 2.4 Fracture analysis; 3 Finite element procedure; 3.1 Element selection and mesh design; 4 Crack configurations; 5 Results and analysis; 5.1 Thermal conditions; 5.2 Surface deformations and crack opening; 5.3 Stress intensity factors; 6 Laboratory Testing; 7 Conclusions; 8 References; Prevention of cracking in semirigid pavement base by slow setting binder; Abstract; 1 Introduction
2 Inorganic slow settings binders3 Mechanical properties of mixes; 4 Test of pavement structures; 5 Conclusion; References; Préfissuration par film plastique; Abstract; 1 Rappel sur la préfissuration; 2 La technique de prefîssuration par film plastique; 3 Matériel; 4 Mode de réalisation; 6 Comportement dans le temps; 7 Conclusion; Bibliographie; Performance of cement bound bases with controlled cracking; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Aims of controlled cracking; 3 Description of the site trials; 3.1 M4 Second Severn Crossing, Bristol; 3.2 A11 Wymondham bypass, Norwich
4 Description of the process5 Investigation of the site trials; 5.1 Visual examination; 5.2 Laboratory testing; 5.3 Falling weight deflectometer survey; 5.3.1 Load transfer investigation; 5.3.2 Determination of in-situ stiffness; 6 Interpretation of results; 6.1 Cracking pattern; 6.2 Slot spacing; 7 French experience; 8 Effectiveness of controlled cracking; 9 Conclusions; 10 References; 11 Acknowledgements; Controlling shrinkage cracking from expansive clay sub-grades; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Test Section; 2.1 Vertical moisture barriers; 2.2 Subsoil drains; 2.3 Geosynthetic treatments
Summary "Proceedings of RILEM TC-PRC third conference on this subject. Papers from road authorities, engineers, researchers, contractors and manufacturers discussing the implementation and the long term behaviour of overlay systems. The following topics are covered: prevention and cracking assessment, choice and design of overlay systems, practical implementation, case histories and long term performance."--Provided by publisher.
Other Author Francken, L., editor.
Beuving, E., editor.
Molenaar, A. A. A., editor.
Other Title 9781482271799 9780419222606