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Main Title Powder coat applications /
Author Docherty, Michael J. ; Mulkey, F. J.
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Mulkey, Frederick J.
Whitfield, J. Kaye.
CORP Author Concurrent Technologies Corp., Johnstown, PA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC. Air Pollution Prevention and Control Div.;National Defense Center for Environmental Excellence, Johnstown, PA.
Publisher U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, National Risk Management ResearchLaboratory,
Year Published 1997
Report Number EPA/600/R-97/101; DOD-DAAA-21-93-C-0046
Stock Number PB98-108624
Additional Subjects Concrete pavements ; Test facilities ; Highway design ; Pavement bases ; Sub grades ; Concrete durability ; Computer programs ; Stress analysis ; Predictions ; Performance evaluation
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NTIS  PB98-108624 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 84 pages ; 28 cm
Abstract
Current pavement design procedures are based principally on empirical approaches. The current trends toward developing more mechanistic-empirical type pavement design methods led Minnesota to develop the Minnesota Road Research Project (Mn/ROAD), a long-term pavement testing facility. The project consists of 40 heavily instrumented test sections, 14 of which are jointed plain concrete (JPC) designs. Mn/ROAD researchers determine the predicted lives of the concrete test sections by applying design and as-built data to three currently accepted concrete pavement design methods: Minnesota Department of Transportation's rigid pavement design guidelines, AASHTO Guide for Design of Pavement Structures 1993, and the PCA Thickness for Concrete Highway and Street Pavements (1984). The analysis began with determining the applicable as-built parameter values for each respective design method. Applying the as-built parameters to the three methods resulted in widely varied predictions of pavement life. For the 193 AASHTO design method, reliability levels of 50 percent and 95 percent were applied for comparison. An experimental procedure for converting PCA method fatigue and erosion results to AASHTO type CESALS demonstrated unsuitability. Validation of the predictions presented will occur as the test cells reach their terminal serviceability.
Notes
"September 1997." "J. Kaye Whitfield, project officer." "June 1997." "EPA/DOD IAG Contract no. DW97936814." Microfiche.