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ISBN-10: 1601199120

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A inflexible pavement is taken into account to be any pavement process that comprises as one aspect portland cement concrete, both non-reinforced or bolstered. This 1984 handbook offers tips 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 airplane in the course of a mobilization scenario.

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EM 1110-3-142 9 Apr 84 CHAPTER 4 JOINTED FIBROUS CONCRETE (JFC) PAVEMENT DESIGN 4-1. Basis of design. ·The design of JFC pavement is based upon limiting the ratio of the concrete flexural strength and the maximum tensile stress at the joint, with the load either parallel or normal to the edge of the slab, to a value found to give satisfactory performance in full-scale accelerated test tracks. Because of the increased flexural strength and tenacity at cracks that develop in the fibrous concrete, the thickness can be significantly reduced; however, this results in a more flexible structure, which causes an increase in vertical deflections as well as in the potential for densification and/or shear failures in the foundations, pumping of the subgrade material, and joint deterioration.

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