Reflective Cracking of Flexible Pavements: Literature Review, Analysis Models, and Testing Methods

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ProQuest, 2008 - 299 pages
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Hot mixed asphalt (HMA) overlay is one of the commonly used methods for rehabilitating deteriorated pavements. The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) uses HMA overlays as a rehabilitation technique for the majority of the state's flexible pavements. One major type of distress influencing the life of an overlay is reflective cracking. In the past, NDOT has experimented with a number of techniques to reduce the impact of reflective cracking on HMA overlays like cold in-place recycling, reinforced fabrics, stress relief courses, mill and overlay, Portland Cement Concrete (PCC) rubblization, and PCC crack and seat.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
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Chapter 2 LITERATURE REVIEW
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REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF NDOT REFLECTIVE CRACKING
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REVIEW OF REFLECTIVE CRACKING ANALYSIS MODELS
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REVIEW OF REFLECTIVE CRACKING TESTING METHODS
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SUMMARIES AND RECOMMENDATIONS
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REFERENCES
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1 List of Selected NDOT Projects
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Performance data of contract 2808a on US050 from mileposts 0 to 3
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Performance data of contract 2961 on US006 from mileposts 18 87 to 43 99
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Performance data of contract 2761 on SR443 from mileposts 0 00 to 0 87
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Performance data of contract 2723 on US095 from mileposts 96 89 to 117 5
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Performance data of contract 2384b on US095 from mileposts 0 to 2 74
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Performance data of contract 2679 on US095 from mileposts 19 96 to 32 88
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Performance data of contract 3021 on IR080 from mileposts 26 77 to 41 99
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Performance data of contract 2901 on IR080 from mileposts 11 68 to 17 36
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6 Statistical Analysis of the Various Treatments Based on the PCA Rankings
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12 Fixed QualitativeQuantitative Factorial Analysis Based on the PCA Rankings
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1 Summary of Literature Review
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5 ADOT Rubber Gradation for SAMI Type A
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13 Required overlay thickness according to the new AASHTO method for 100
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13 Test results example for shrinkagebending test device
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