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Title:

ASSESSMENT OF PERMANENT DEFORMATION CHARACTERISTICS OF FOUR GRANULAR PAVEMENT FOUNDATION MATERIALS IN SITU

Accession Number:

00730100

Record Type:

Component

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Minnesota Department of Transportation


Transportation Building, 395 John Ireland Boulevard
St Paul, MN 55155 USA

Abstract:

This paper is an assessment of permanent deformation characteristics of four granular pavement foundation materials: limestone, granodiorite, sand and gravel, and furnace bottom ash. Discussed is rutting, stress level and repetitions, principal stress rotation, stress history, physical factors, and measurement of permanent deformation. A trafficking trial was conducted to study the problem of correlating in-situ test devices to the rut formed under a moving wheel load and to provide permanent deformation data for four distinctly different granular materials.

Language:

English

Corporate Authors:

Minnesota Department of Transportation


Transportation Building, 395 John Ireland Boulevard
St Paul, MN 55155 USA

Authors:

FLEMING, P R
Rogers, C D

Pagination:

p. 967-987

Publication Date:

1994

Conference:

4th International Conference, Bearing Capacity of Roads and Airfields

Location: Minneapolis, MN
Date: 1994-8-17 to 1994-8-21
Sponsors: FHWA, U of Minnesota, Army Corps of Engineers, NRC Canada, FAA

Features:

Figures; References; Tables

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Subject Areas:

Design; Finance; Geotechnology; Highways; History; Pavements; Safety and Human Factors; I22: Design of Pavements, Railways and Guideways; I42: Soil Mechanics

Files:

TRIS, STATEDOT

Last Modified:

Jan 3 1997 12:00AM

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