5837-11 - Performance of Concrete Pavements in Florida...

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Performance of Concrete Pavements in Florida Voids underneath the slab at the edge due to pumping Transverse Cracking on I-10 Concrete Pavement Transverse and Corner Cracking on I-10 with Cement-Treated Subbase Transverse Cracking on I-10 with Cement-Treated Subbase
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Skew joints were used on I-75 Concrete Pavement Econocrete shoulders with tie bars on I-75 concrete pavement Transverse cracking on I-75 concrete pavement Signs of pumping on I-75 concrete pavement Investigators from U.F. on the problems of concrete pavements in Florida
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Engineers from FDOT checking dowel bars using a metal detector. Checking for dowel bars with a metal detector U.F. investigators checking ground slope to evaluate drainage Performing falling weight deflectometer (FWD) test Thermocouples were used to monitor temperature variations within a concrete slab Chart recorder used to plot temperatures measured by thermocouples placed at various depths in a concrete slab
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