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Pavements Rigid Roads Streets Walks Storage

Pavements Rigid Roads Streets Walks Storage

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ENGINEER
MANUAL
EM
1110-3-132
April
1984
ENGINEERING
AND
DESIGN
RIGID
PAVEMENTS
FOR
ROADS,
STREETS,
WALKS
AND
OPEN
STORAGE
AREAS
MOBILIZATION
CONSTRUCTION
DEPARTMENT
OF
THE
ARMY
CORPS
OF
ENGINEERS
OFFICE
OF
THE
CHIEF
OFENGINEERS
 
DEPARTMENT
OF
THEARMY
EM
1110-3-132
U
.S
.
Army
Corpsof
Engineers
DAEN-ECE-GWashington,
D
.C
.
20314
EngineerManual
No
.
1110-3-132
9
April1984
Engineering
and
DesignRIGID
PAVEMENTSFOR
ROADS,
STREETS,
WALKS
ANDOPENSTORAGE
AREASMobilizationConstruction
1.
Purpose
.
This
manual
provides
guidance
forthe
design
of
rigidpavements
for
roads,
streets,
walks
andopenstorage
areasat
U
.S
.
Army
mobilization
installations
.
2
.
Applicability
.
This
manual
is
applicable
to
all
field
operatingactivitieshaving
mobilization
constructionresponsibilities
.
3
.
Discussion
.
Criteria
and
standardspresented
hereinapply
to
constructionconsidered
crucial
to
a
mobilization
effort
.
Theserequirements
may
be
altered
when
necessary
to
satisfy
special
conditions
on
the
basis
of
good
engineering
practice
consistent
withthenature
of
the
construction
.
Design
and
construction
of
mobilization
facilities
must
be
completed
within
180
daysfromthe
date
notice
to
proceed
is
given
with
the
projected
life
expectancy
of
five
years
.
Hence,
rapidconstruction
ofa
facilityshould
be
reflected
in
its
design
.
Time-consuming
methods
and
procedures,
normally
preferredover
quickermethods
for
better
quality,
should
be
de-emphasized
.
Lessergrade
materials
should
be
substituted
for
higher
grade
materials
whenthelesser
gradematerials
would
provide
satisfactory
service
andwhen
use
of
highergrade
materials
would
extend
construction
time
.
Work
items
not
immediatelynecessary
forthe
adequate
functioning
ofthe
facility
should
be
deferred
until
suchtime
as
they
can
be
completed
without
delayingthe
mobilization
effort
.
FORTHE
COMMANDER
:
PAUL
F
.
ANAUG
Colon
9&1
Corpsof
Engineers
Chief
of
Staff
 
Engineer
Manual
No
.
1110-3-132
9
April
1984
DEPARTMENT
OF
THE
ARMYEM
1110-3-132U
.
S
.
ArmyCorps
of
EngineersWashington,
D
.
C
.
20314
Engineering
and
Design
RIGID
PAVEMENTS
FOR
ROADS,STREETS,
WALKSAND
OPEN
STORAGEAREAS
Mobilization
ConstructionParagraph
Page
CHAPTER
1
.
GENERAL
Purpose
and
scope
..............
1-11-1
Basis
of
pavementdesign
.....
.
.
1-2
1-1
Frost
conditions
.......
.
.......
1-3
1-1
Soil
stabilization
.
...
.......
.
.
1-41-2
Concretequality
....
.
.......
.
..
1-5
1-2
Walks
.
.
...
.
..
.
.
.
....
.
.......
.
..
1-61-2
CHAPTER
2
.
SUBGRADE
Preliminary
investigations
.....
2-12-1Soil
classification
and
tests
...
.
...........
.
....
2-22-2
Compaction
..............
...
....
2-3
2-2
Treatment
of
unsuitablematerials
............
.
.......
2-4
2-2
Determination
of
modulus
of
subgradereaction
............
2-5
2-3
CHAPTER
3
.
BASE
COURSESGeneral
requirements
.
.
.
.......
.
3-1
3-1
Compaction
......
.
.............
.
3-2
3-1
Materials
.
.
.......
.
.
..........
.
3-3
3-1
CHAPTER
4
.
VEHICULARTRAFFIC
Effect
on
pavement
design
...
.
..
4-1
4-1
Traffic
evaluation
......
.
.....
.
4-2
4-1
CHAPTER
5
.
NONREINFORCED
RIGIDPAVEMENTS
Application
................
.
...
5-15-1
Designprocedure
..........
...
.
.
5-2
5-1
Designprocedures
for
stabilizedfoundations
.......
5-35-4
Design
details
...........
..
....
5-45-5

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