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Effects of subsurface drainage on performance of asphalt and concrete pavements (NCHRP report)

by Kathleen T Hall

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Published by Transportation Research Board .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pavements,
  • Road drainage,
  • Subgrades,
  • Subsurface drainage,
  • United States

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10358662M
    ISBN 100309087589
    ISBN 109780309087582

    EFFECTS OF SUBSURFACE WATER Water has a detrimental effect on pavement performance, primarily by either weakening subsurface materials or erosion of material by free water movement. For flexible pavements the weakening of the base, subbase or subgrade when saturated with water is one of the main causes of pavement failures. Lijun Sun, in Structural Behavior of Asphalt Pavements, Comprehensive Effect of Load and Environment on Pavement Performance. In the pavement behavior equation developed in this book, the comprehensive effects of the load and environment on the pavement performance have been considered. However, because the method used in the.

    Section 5: Performance Graded Binders (PG Binders) Anchor: #i General. The Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP) produced a system of materials selection, testing, and mixture design named Superpave, for Superior Performing Asphalt Pavements. The case studies included in this paper document the substantial effect of drainage on the structural and functional performance of concrete pavements. Well-designed and well-constructed drainage systems are crucial for long-term pavement performance, especially in areas where the potential for moisture damage is high. 1. BACKGROUND.

    Geosynthetic Subsurface Drainage Systems For Pavements Foundation Performance Association Janu Subbase Compacted Subgrade Water in the asphalt surface keeps drainage course free from concrete debris. A Perforated PVC Pipe is placed as a drainage outlet at the end of the. Pavement Performance Measures and Forecasting and The Effects of Maintenance and Rehabilitation Strategy on Treatment Effectiveness (Revised) Von Quintus, H.L., Simpson, A.L., and Elatahan, A.A. () Rehabilitation of Asphalt Concrete Pavements: Initial Evaluation of the SPS-5 T. E. () “Performance of Pavement Subsurface.


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Effects of subsurface drainage on performance of asphalt and concrete pavements (NCHRP report) by Kathleen T Hall Download PDF EPUB FB2

2CHAPTER 2 EFFECTS OF SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE ON ASPHALT PAVEMENTS DESCRIPTION OF LTPP EXPERIMENT SPS-1 The SPS-1 experiment (Strategic Study of Structural Fac- tors for Flexible Pavements) was designed to assess the influ- ence of the following factors on the performance of asphalt concrete pavements: â ¢ Asphalt concrete thickness, â ¢ Base.

48 CHAPTER 4 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS CONCLUSIONS In this study, the potential effects of subsurface drainage on the performance of asphalt and concrete pavements in the SPS-1 and SPS-2 experiments were assessed using available data on IRI for both pavement types, as well as rutting and alligator/longitudinal cracking for asphalt.

Under NCHRP Project C, â Effects of Subsurface Drainage on Performance of Asphalt and Concrete Pavements,â Dr. Kathleen Hall and her colleagues were asked to carry out this experimental plan with the objective of better quantifying the effects of subsurface drainage on pavement performance through an analysis of the SPS-1 and SPS-2 data.

TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report Effects of Subsurface Drainage on Performance of Asphalt and Concrete Pavements evaluates the effects of subsurface drainage features on the performance of pavements through a comprehensive analysis of data available through June from the Long-Term Pavement.

TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report Effects of Subsurface Drainage on Performance of Asphalt and Concrete Pavements evaluates the effects of subsurface drainage features on the performance of pavements through a comprehensive analysis of data available through June from the Long-Term Pavement Performance experiments.

It provides a useful summary of the effects of subsurface pavement drainage features on the performance of asphalt concrete (AC) and portland cement concrete (PCC) pavements developed from an extensive body of field project data obtained through Under NCHRP Project C, “Effects of Subsurface Drainage on Performance of Asphalt and Concrete Pavements,” which was completed indata from the LTPP SPS-1 and SPS-2 experiments were analyzed to evaluate how the presence of subsurface drainage affected long-term pavement performance.

For HMA pavements, measures of cracking and. focusing on the effects of subsurface drainage on performance of asphalt and concrete pavements.

Several studies concerning the effects of a recycled concrete aggregate (RCA) or recycled PCC (RPCC) subbase on PCC pavement drainage systems were also reviewed. A detailed forensic test plan was developed in consultation. This research was conducted to study subsurface drainage issues surrounding an asphalt overlay.

The type of pavement that was examined in this study was a Superpave overlay on top of a Broken and Seated Jointed Reinforced Concrete Pavement (B&S JRCP). asphalt and concrete. The function of the pavement subbase is to provide drainage and stability to achieve longer service life of the pavement.

Most pavement structures now incorporate subsurface layers, part of whose function is to drain away excess water that can be deleterious to the life of the pavement (see Section 6G-1 - Subsurface.

The objectives of this project were to (1) assess the feasibility of using data available in the LTPP SPS-1 and SPS-2 experiments to evaluate the effects of subsurface drainage on the performance of asphalt and concrete pavements, (2) recommend additional field data collection (e.g., inspection of drainage function) needed to complement the available SPS-1 and SPS-2 data in support of the.

Keywords: Asphalt pavements, water effect, pavement deteriorations, stripping. INTRODUCTION. Moisture damage can be defined as the loss of strength and durability in asphalt mixtures caused by the presence of water. Moisture damage is induced by the loss of bond between the asphalt cement or the mastic (asphalt cement, the mineral.

Project“Performance of Subsurface Pave-ment Drainage.” It provides a useful summary of the effects of subsurface pavement drainage features on the performance of asphalt concrete (AC) and portland cement concrete (PCC) pavements devel-oped from an extensive body of field project data obtained through Further, it will serve as a.

TRB's NCHRP Research Results DigestPerformance of Pavement Subsurface Drainage, provides a summary of the effects of subsurface pavement drainage features on the performance of asphalt concrete and portland cement concrete pavements.

An extensive literature review was performed covering national-level and state-level research studies mainly focusing on the effects of subsurface drainage on performance of asphalt and concrete pavements. Several studies concerning the effects of a recycled portland cement concrete (RPCC) subbase on PCC pavement drainage systems were also.

NCHRP Report explores the effects of subsurface drainage features on pavement performance through a program of inspection and testing of the subsurface drainage features present in the Long-Term Pavement Performance SPS-1 (flexible hot-mix asphalt pavement) and SPS-2 (rigid portland cement concrete pavement) field sections.

Inadequate drainage of water from the base and subgrade is a major cause of pavement problems leading to future performance issues. If the subgrade is saturated, excess pore pressures will develop under traffic loads, resulting in subsequent softening of the subgrade.

Effects of subsurface drainage on performance of asphalt and concrete pavements Pavements with poor subsurface drainage properties prematurely exhibit distress and have higher life-cycle cost.

C Effects of Subsurface Drainage on Performance of Asphalt and Concrete Pavements Kathleen T. Hall4/6/ 3/31/ CompletedPublished as NCHRP Report D Effects of Subsurface Drainage on Performance of Asphalt and Concrete Pavements: Further Evaluation and Analysis of LTPP SPS-1 and SPS-2 Field Sections Kathleen T.

Abstract. The bearing capacity and service life of a pavement is affected adversely by the presence of undrained water in the pavement layers. In cold winter climates like in Iowa.

focusing on the effects of subsurface drainage on performance of asphalt and concrete pavements. Several studies concerning the effects of a recycled portland cement concrete (RPCC) subbase on PCC pavement drainage systems were also reviewed.

A detailed forensic test plan was developed in consultation with the.Procedures for estimation of asphalt concrete pavement moduli at in situ temperatures / Kwasi Badu-Tweneboah, Mang Tia, Byron E.

Ruth --Stress caused by temperature gradient in Portland cement concrete pavements / Joseph M. Richardson, Jamshid M. Armaghani --Characterizing temperature effects for pavement analysis and design / M.R.

Thompson.Design considerations for pavement subsurface drainage in new or reconstructed jointed concrete pavements are outlined for all components of a permeable base system (permeable bases, separator.