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University of California, Davis Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering Fall 2007 J. Harvey, instructor NAME____________________________________________________________ ECI 179 - PAVEMENT ENGINEERING Mid-Term Conditions: closed book, closed notes. NOTE: “Brief” means BRIEF, no credit for lots of words that don’t provide additional information specifically asked for in the question!!! Part I (1 point each) True-False Circle the correct answer as to whether the statement is T-true or F-false. The statement must be completely true to be considered true. 1. T F Ride quality is the most important pavement performance measure for road users. 2. T F High plasticity clays are the soil type most susceptible to frost heave. 3. T F Ride quality and structural capacity are the two pavement performance measures most commonly used at the network level in a PMS. 4. T F A frequency sweep is a set of tests to measure the stiffness of asphalt concrete at different temperatures and frequencies (times) of loading. 5. T F An asphalt concrete mix becomes softer when subjected to lower temperatures and when subjected to longer load durations 6. T F Compacting a subgrade soil at a water content on the wet side of the
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2010 for the course ECI 179 taught by Professor Harvey during the Fall '09 term at UC Davis.

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