Airfield and Highway Pavements: Meeting Today's Challenges with Emerging Technologies: Proceedings of the 2006 Airfield and Highway Pavement Specialty Conference: April 30-MA6 3, 2006, Atlanta, Georgia

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Airfield and Highway Pavements: Meeting Today's Challenges with Emerging Technologies presents the latest developments and case histories in airport and highway pavement design and analysis. This Proceedings contains 87 papers that were presented at the 2006 ASCE International Airfield and Highway Specialty Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia from April 30 - May 3, 2006. These papers include state-of-the-art and state-of-the-practice airfield and highway pavement subjects. They also present recent developments in the field including modeling, construction, evaluation, testing and service life prediction. Topics include:
*Modeling and Analysis Techniques
*Design Methods
*Subgrade Stabilization Technologies
*Construction, Quality Control and Recycling
*Pavement Material Characterization and Performance
*Distress Detection, Assessment and Prevention Techniques
*Roughness and Friction Measurements and Analysis
*Pavement Rehabilitation Techniques
*Pavement Management Systems, Economics and Planning.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780784408384
  • Publisher: American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Publication date: 5/28/2006
  • Pages: 1104
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 2.30 (d)

Table of Contents

FE simulation and experimental analysis on bearing capacity of runway strips 1
Three-dimensional finite element analyses of flexible airport pavements for the next generation of aircrafts 13
NLFM for FRC pavement analysis and design 25
Flexible pavement response to different loading amplitudes 39
Calibration of fatigue cracking model of flexible pavements using mechanistic-empirical method based probabilistic method 50
Effectiveness of steel reinforcing interlayer systems on delaying reflective cracking 62
California efforts towards mechanistic-empirical pavement design 74
Performance evaluation of asphalt surface treatments using the MMLS3 86
Calibrating the aging difference between in-service fatigue performance of flexible pavements and accelerated pavement testing 98
Field instrumentation and testing data from Pennsylvania's superpave in-situ stress/strain investigation 107
Instrumentation and accelerated testing on Louisiana flexible pavements 119
Construction and instrumentation of full-scale geogrid-reinforced flexible pavement test sections 131
Unbonded concrete overlay research for airfields at the FAA National Airport pavement test facility 143
Measured and theoretical pressures in base and subgrade layers under dynamic truck loading 155
Analysis of airfield concrete slabs connected by continuous elastic joints 167
Material equivalence for flexible aircraft pavement thickness design 181
Upgrade of an Australian defense airfield for the introduction of code E aircraft 199
Modification of load-repetition factors for airfield-pavement design 212
Flexible pavement design : sensitivity of the NCHRP 1-37A pavement design guide, a global approach 224
Design comparisons using the new mechanistic-empirical rigid pavement design guide 236
Defining critical seasons in pavement design 248
Development of a damage model for stabilized soil layers subjected to repetitive aircraft loadings 260
Characterizing subgrade soils and establishing treatment needs for a new runway at the Chicago's O'Hare Airport 272
PENNDOT's efforts to improve pavement subgrade during highway reconstruction 284
BCD : a new tool for compaction control 295
Intelligent compaction control 304
Geogrid reinforced embankment constructed over peat soils in Clark County, Washington : design and field performance 317
Mechanical properties of roller compacted concrete with bottom ash for sustainable pavements applications 329
Sustainability solutions to complex support issues - the 5th runway at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International 341
Assessment of improved Pulverizer technology 353
Non-nuclear density gauge comparative study for QC/QA in HMA construction 365
Influences of binder and RAP temperatures and foaming water content on cold in-place recycling mix design process using foamed asphalt 377
Potential use of petroleum-contaminated soil in hot mix asphalt concrete 388
Evaluation of polymer detection methods for binder quality assurance 400
Acid-base characteristics of an asphalt binder with and without anti-strip additives 412
Performance evaluation of jet fuel resistant polymer-modified asphalt for airport pavements 425
Characterization of asphalt materials using X-ray high-resolution computed tomography imaging techniques 437
A performance baseline for stone-matrix asphalt 455
Characterization of healing in sand asphalt mixtures using a thermomechanical framework 467
Correlating loaded wheel testing dynamic stability with asphalt pavement analyzer rut depth 479
Influence of the compaction degree of asphalt on rutting and stiffness - comparison between conventional and innovative asphalts 486
Self-consolidating concrete : case study of a mix design methodology based on raw material properties 498
Characterizing early-age properties of lithium-treated concrete mixtures 506
Mechanical properties of concrete pavement mixtures with larger size coarse aggregate 516
High volume fly ash concrete for pavement applications with gap graded aggregates : marginal and fine sands 528
Optimizing mix proportions of roller compacted concrete for pavement applications in Indian conditions 543
Selection of design factors for the use of gravel in CRC paving 557
Rutting evaluation of airport pavement granular layers considering stress history effects 566
Evaluating tack coat applications and the bond strength between pavement layers 578
Development of a portable device to measure tack coat quality in the field 589
Comparison of moisture damage in hot mix asphalt using ultrasonic accelerated moisture conditioning and tensile strength test results 601
Evaluating the performance of lime in hot mix asphalt mixtures 614
A case study evaluating the use of lithium nitrate to arrest Alkali-Silica reaction in an existing concrete pavement 625
Alkali-Silica reaction in concrete pavements at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport - a case study 636
Evaluation of Alkali-Silica reaction potential of aggregate using dilatometer method 646
Prediction of moisture curling of concrete slabs for airfield applications 659
Curling and curling stresses of new concrete pavements 671
Potential of potassium acetate deicer to induce ASR in concrete, and its mitigation 683
FWD determination of the in-situ subgrade resilient modulus and effective structural number of Virginia's interstate network 695
Demonstration of seismic and maturity testing technologies at Aurora municipal airport 707
Network-level pavement structure assessment using automated processing of ground penetrating radar (GPR) data 719
Texas IRI summary (2000-2005) 729
Airport pavement roughness index relationships using the federal aviation administration (FAA) profiling system 741
Runway ride quality criteria put to the test at Newark Liberty International Airport 753
Roughness assessment of runway 8L-26R at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport 765
Effects of design and site factors on roughness of flexible pavements in the LTPP SPS-1 experiment 777
Ride quality performance of asphalt concrete pavements subjected to different rehabilitation strategies 789
Observations on negative textured bituminous road surface (NTS) low dry friction 801
Study of best practices for pre-overlay repair and asphalt overlay 815
Field evaluation of pavement rehabilitation using full-depth reclamation 824
Pavement rehabilitation using fractured concrete pavement techniques 836
Characterization of rubblized concrete pavements with HMA overlays at the national airport pavement test facility 848
Rehabilitation of jointed concrete in LTPP southern region 860
Case study : runway 12L-30R keel section rehabilitation, Lambert-St. Louis International Airport 872
Design and acceptance testing during reconstruction of terminal Apron taxi lanes at Hartsfield Jackson Atlanta International Airport 885
Innovative fast-track approach to concrete pavement rehabilitation in urban highway network 897
Comparison of pavement design using AASHTO 1993 and NCHRP mechanistic-empirical pavement design guides 912
Development of the maintenance rating program for city roadway networks in Taiwan 924
Network level airfield pavement management program at ATL : an historical perspective 936
The challenge of developing a single pavement condition index to represent many jurisdictions using different indices 948
Estimation of the effects of influential factors on pavement service life with cox proportional hazards method 960
Summary and comparison of airfield pavement inventory, condition, and performance across the United States 972
Profile data variability in pavement management : findings and tools from LTPP 984
Development of a pavement warranty contract and performance specification for a hot-mix asphalt resurfacing project 996
Cost-effective mixtures for concrete pavements 1008
A mechanistic approach to determine price reduction factors for density-deficient asphalt pavements 1018
Aircraft taxiing pattern in Chiang Kai-Shek International Airport 1030
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