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Studded tire wear resistance of PCC pavements with special mix designs : contract 6620, I-90, Argonne Road to Sullivan Road, MP 286.91 to 292.38

Author: Keith W AndersonJeffrey Scott UhlmeyerMark RussellJim WestonWashington (State). Department of Transportation. Office of Research and Library Services.All authors
Publisher: Olympia, Wash. : Washington State Dept. of Transportation, Office of Research & Library Services ; [Springfield, VA] : [Available through the National Technical Information Service], Olympia, Wash. : Washington State Dept. of, [2011] 200
Series: Research report (Washington (State). Department of Transportation); WA-RD, 658.2.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The performance of portland cement concrete mixes with higher flexural strength, higher cement content, and with Hard-Cem additive, carpet drag finish, and tined finish were evaluated over a period of five years to determine their resistance to studded tire wear. None of the pavements with special mixes or, mixes with Hard-Cem additive were more resistant to studded tire wear than conventional pavement with a 650  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Keith W Anderson; Jeffrey Scott Uhlmeyer; Mark Russell; Jim Weston; Washington (State). Department of Transportation. Office of Research and Library Services.; Washington (State). Department of Transportation. Materials Laboratory.; Washington State Library. Electronic State Publications.
OCLC Number: 754111058
Notes: Experimental feature report.
Viewed Sept. 22, 2011.
Performed by Washington State Dept. of Transportation, Materials Laboratory.
"This study was conducted in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration"--Page ii.
"Final Report. Experimental features WA 03-04, 04-01, and 05-04."
"February 2011."
Description: 1 online resource (70 pages) : color illustrations, color charts.
Details: Mode of access: Internet at the Washington State Library Electronic State Publications site, available via PURL.
Contents: Introduction --
Objectives --
Background --
Product description --
Experimental sections --
Mix designs --
Paving --
Construction test results --
Post construction testing --
Discussion of post construction testing results --
Final performance results --
Conclusions --
Recommendations --
Appendices.
Series Title: Research report (Washington (State). Department of Transportation); WA-RD, 658.2.
Other Titles: Studded tire wear resistance of Portland cement concrete pavements with special mix design
Experimental feature report
Responsibility: Keith W. Anderson [and others].

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The performance of portland cement concrete mixes with higher flexural strength, higher cement content, and with Hard-Cem additive, carpet drag finish, and tined finish were evaluated over a period of five years to determine their resistance to studded tire wear. None of the pavements with special mixes or, mixes with Hard-Cem additive were more resistant to studded tire wear than conventional pavement with a 650 psi flexural strength mix design. The wear resistance of the pavement could not be correlated to either the method used to finish the concrete or the concrete's flexural strength. Finally, the carpet drag finishing method produced a pavement with acceptable friction resistance.

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