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CVEN 637 

RIGID PAVEMENT DESIGN 


FALL 2004



SYLLABUS

 

MID TERM EXAM


HOMEWORK: 

No 1 No. 3
No. 4 No. 5
No. 6 No. 7
No. 8 No. 9
No. 10 No. 11


POWER POINT LECTURES

 

#1 - CONCRETE PAVEMENT TYPES #2 - CONCRETE PAVEMENT PERFORMANCE
#3 - CONCRETE PAVEMENT CONSTRUCTION #4 AASHTO RIGID (PCC) DESIGN
# 5 - LOAD EQUIVALENCY  #6 - PCA DESIGN METHOD
#7 - MTP THEORY - PART I #8 - MTP THEORY - PART II
#9 - SUBGRADE CHARACTERIZATION #10 - STRUCTURAL EVALUATION
#11 - SUB GRADE THEORIES  
#13 - LOAD CHARACTERIZATION #14 - FATIGUE CRACKING
#15 - VARIABILITY #16 - CLIMATIC INDUCED LOADING - PART I
#17 - CLIMATIC INDUCED LOADING - PART II #18 - PAVEMENT JOINTING
#19 - JOINT TYPES AND BEHAVIOR #20 - JOINT STIFFNESS AND LT
#21 - LTE MODEL  
  #24 - PAVEMENT E&R
#25 - CRC PAVEMENT - CRACK DEVELOPMENT  
#27 - CRC PAVEMENT PERFORMANCE IN DESIGN  


Handouts

DISTRESS IDENTIFICATION MANUAL FOR THE LONG-TERM PAVEMENT PERFORMANCE STUDIES THICKNESS DESIGN FOR CONCRETE HIGHWAY AND STREET PAVEMENTS
LOAD EQUIVALENCY CONCEPTS: A MECHANISTIC REAPPRAISAL WESTERGAARD SOLUTIONS RECONSIDERED
REPRINT STRUCTURAL EVALUATION ISLAB 2000
FALL 2004 INSTALLATION PROCEDURES NOTES ON BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
PART 1 - CLOSED INTEGRALS PART 2 - THE GENERAL CASE
PART 3 - HOMOGENOUS DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION AASHTO-PCC-KH-KS
1998 AASHTO GUIDE MECHANISTIC CRC  - APPENDIX A - APPENDIX B
AGGREGATE INTERLOCK AT JOINTS IN CONCRETE PAVEMENTS A DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR CONTINUOUSLY REINFORCED CONCRETE PAVEMENTS FOR HIGHWAYS
STRESSES IN REINFORCED CONCRETE DUE TO VOLUME CHANGES

AIRCRAFT DATA

707 SEC 7  717 SEC 7  720 SEC 7

727 SEC 7   737 WSEC 7   73BJSEC 7

7474 SEC 7   753 SEC 7   7674 SEC 7

777 RSEC 7   DC10 SEC 7   DC8 SEC 7

DC9 SEC 7   MD11 SEC 7   MD80 SEC 7

MD90 SEC 7

DEFLECTION ANALYSIS -IAH

DEFLECTION VARIANCE NOTES

 

 

Rehabilitation Project Files

 

Runway Aircraft
ITE Project Rehab

 

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LAST UPDATED: 13 December  2004