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Pavement Deflection Analysis US Department of Transportation

Pavement Deflection Analysis US Department of Transportation

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US. Department
Publication No. FHWA-HI-94-021
of Transportation
February 1994
Federal HighwayAdministration
NHI Course No. 13127
Pavement Deflection Analysis
Participant Workbook
 National Highway Institute
 
Contents
Page
Section 1 - Course Introduction
1.1 Deflection Measurements and Their Uses 1-11.1.1 Surface deflections 1-11.1.2 Deflection Uses 1-11.2
Course
Objectives 1-3
Section
2 -
Materials Characterization
2.1 Introduction 2-12.1.1 General 2-12.1.2 Need for Elastic Moduli 2-22.2 Elastic Moduli in Pavement Systems 2-42.2.1 Elastic Modulus 2-42.2.2 Modulus of Elasticity Not a Measure of 2-5Strength2.2.3 Determination of Elastic Modulus 2-52.2.4 Laboratory vs. Field Moduli 2-72.2.5 Different Types of Moduli 2-82.2.6 Difference Between Modulus of Elasticityand Resilient Modulus 2-82.2.7 Poisson's Ratio 2-102.2.8 Nomenclature and Symbols 2-132.2.9 Stress Sensitivity of Moduli 2-132.3 Laboratory Determination of Elastic Moduli 2-132.3.1 Introduction 2-132.3.2 Diametral Resilient Modulus 2-132.3.3 Triaxial Resilient Modulus 2-172.3.4 Flexural Modulus 2-212.4 SHRP Resilient Modulus Laboratory Tests [2.3] 2-212.4.1 Asphalt Concrete SHRP Protocol P07 2-212.4.2 Asphalt Treated Base and Subbase 2-212.4.3 Unstabilized Materials SHRP Protocol 2-23P46
 
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2.5 Typical Values of Elastic Moduli 2-242.5.1 Typical values of modulus of elasticity for 2-24various materials2.5.2 Typical Pavement Materials 2-242.6 Estimating Elastic Moduli of Pavement Materials 2-252.6.1 Asphalt Concrete Moduli 2-252.6.2 Portland Cement Concrete Moduli 2-262.6.3 Stabilized Materials Moduli (includesbase, subbase and subgrade) 2-272.6.4 Unstabilized 2-272.7 Variations in Modulus 2-412.7.1 General 2-412.7.2 Temperature 2-412.7.3 Moisture 2-422.7.4 Freeze-Thaw Conditions 2-432.7.5 Time of Loading 2-442.7.6 Stress Level 2-452.7.7 Material Density 2-462.8 Poisson's Ratio 2-47
Section
3 -
Fundamentals of Mechanistic-Empirical Design
3.1 Introduction 3-13.1.1 Overview of Historical Development 3-13.1.2 Reasons for Using Mechanistic-Empirical 3-1Procedures (rather than empirical)3.2 Layered Elastic Systems 3-73.2.1 Assumptions and Input Requirements 3-73.2.2 One-layer System With Point Loading(Boussinesq) 3-103.2.3 Odemark's Method i3.181 3-163.2.4 Two-layer System (Burmister) 3-203.2.5 Multi-layer System 3-243.2.6 Elastic Layer Computer Programs 3-24

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