A inflexible pavement is taken into account to be any pavement procedure that includes as one aspect portland cement concrete, both non-reinforced or bolstered. This 1984 handbook presents counsel for the layout of military airfield inflexible pavement at U.S. military mobilization installations. This guide is proscribed to military airfield pavement layout specifications for airplane in the course of a mobilization scenario.
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The following are offered as guides and establish limits where necessary for the use of the design criteria included herein. a. The criteria contained herein are based upon fibrous concrete containing 1 to 2 percent by volume (100 to 250 pounds) of steel fibers per cubic yard of concrete, and fiber contents within this range are recommended. b. Most experience to date has been with fibers 1 to 1-1/2 inches long, and for use of the criteria herein, fiber lengths within this range are recommended.
However, reinforcement will only be considered for this condition when there is an inadequate source of suitable base course materials or when special processing of existing materials would be required. ' Reinforcement steel. a. Type of reinforcement steel. The reinforcement steel may be either deformed bars or welded wire fabric. Table 3-1 summarizes the cross-sectional areas and weights of wires. b. Placement of reinforcement steel. The reinforcement steel will be placed at a depth of 1/4 hdr plus 1 inch from the surface of the reinforced slab.
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