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Airfield Rigid Pavement - Mobilization Construction -

A inflexible pavement is taken into account to be any pavement approach that includes as one aspect portland cement concrete, both non-reinforced or strengthened. This 1984 guide offers assistance for the layout of military airfield inflexible pavement at U.S. military mobilization installations. This guide is proscribed to military airfield pavement layout standards for plane in the course of a mobilization state of affairs.

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Thickened-edge-type joints may be used in lieu of other types of joints employing load transfer devices. The thickened-edge joint is constructed by increasing the thickness of the concrete at the edge to 125 percent of the thickness determined from paragraph 2-2. The thickness is then reduced by tapering from the free-edge thickness to the design thickness at a distance 5 feet from the longitudinal edge. The thickened-edge butt joint is considered adequate for the load-induced concrete stresses.

Nonabsorptive material required to prevent joint sealant from flowing into sawcut and to separate noncompatible materials. 2. Joint sealant may be pourable or preformed type (see para 2-3e). 3. Preformed fill~r may be fiberboard or other approved material which can be sawed or which can have a section removed to form a sealant reservoir. , .. ·. :~~:·. "·: ... · .. r, ••.. 'II • • ·•· •••• ,4, . • •. ' . • ,, REINFORCING STEEL IS NOT CARRIED THROUGH JOINT U. S. Army Corps of Engineers FIGURE 3-4.

S. Army Corps of Engineers FIGURE 2-10. JOINTS FOR 3C PAVEMENTS 2-12 :W: ~~· ....... :_. :•:. ·........... . ·. :. ·... " . . 4:... ··:· PREFOMEDL NONEXTRUpiNG JOINT FIL~ER I NOTES: I 1. below top of pavement. 2. Joind sealant may be pourable or prieformed type (See para 2-3e). I 3. Ei their one piece or threaded spli tl type dowels may be used. TRANSVERSE 3/4"! 1/16" . , · ... · PREFORMED NONEXTRUDING JOINT FILLER U. S. Army Corps of Enginters FIGURE 2-11. •. •... · . ·, • .... -DIAM. --~ Note: If lanes greater than 20 feet wide are used, longitudinal contraction joints must be placed in the center of each lane.

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