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Superplasticized concretes for rehabilitation of bridge decks and highway pavements

Superplasticized concretes for rehabilitation of bridge decks and highway pavements

phase one interim report under contract DOT-RC-92035.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Research & Special Programs Administration, Office of University Research, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bridges -- United States -- Floors.,
  • Bridges -- United States -- Maintenance and repair.,
  • Pavements, Concrete -- Maintenance and repair.,
  • Concrete -- Additives.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Transportation. Office of University Research., South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. Civil Engineering Dept.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 262 p. :
    Number of Pages262
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17825831M

    PRECAST CONCRETE PAVEMENT. IMPLEMENTATION BY U.S. HIGHWAY AGENCIES. INTRODUCTION. Precast concrete pavement (PCP) technology is gaining wider acceptance in the U.S. for rapid repair and rehabilitation of concrete pavements as well as for reconstruction of heavily trafficked asphalt concrete intersections. Widespread use in the. Aug 11,  · • ACI R Concrete Overlays for Pavement Rehabilitation • ACI R Guide for Concrete Highway Bridge Deck Construction • ACI R Guide for the Application of Epoxy and Latex Adhesives for Bonding Freshly Mixed and Hardened Concretes.

    Rigid overlays are used in bridge rehabilitation to improve the top surface of the bridge deck which is showing signs of deterioration. Rigid overlays are a densified cementitious layer meant to waterproof and protect the existing bridge deck while improving the wearing course and ride quality of the structure. RAPID CONCRETE BRIDGE DECK PROTECTION, REPAIR AND REHABILITATION -- APPLICATION OF HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE -- CONCRETE BRIDGES IN AGGRESSIVE ENVIRONMENTS: PHILIP D. CADY INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM a -- TEXAS HIGH-STRENGTH CONCRETE BRIDGE PROJECT -- IMPACT OF HIGH STRENGTH .

    @article{osti_, title = {Concrete-polymer materials for highway applications. Final report. [Repair of bridge decks]}, author = {Kukacka, L.E. and Fontana, J. and Steinberg, M.}, abstractNote = {Research was done in three general areas: material properties of polymer-impregnated concrete, repair of deteriorated and delaminated bridge decks, and polymer impregnation of new deck surfaces. Select up to three search categories and corresponding keywords using the fields to the right. Refer to the Help section for more detailed instructions.


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Superplasticized Fiber-Reinforced Concretes for the Rehabilitation of Rriclg~s ~nrl V. RAMAKRISHNAN ABSTRACT The most critical problem facing the highway industry is the rehabilitation of its dis­ tressed structures, particularly concrete bridge decks and pavements.

Superplasticized concretes for rehabilitation of bridge decks and highway pavements: phase one interim report under contract DOT-RC superplasticized fiber-reinforced concretes for the rehabilitation of bridges and pavements The most critical problem facing the highway industry is the rehabilitation of its distressed structures, particularly concrete bridge decks and erum-c.com by: 3.

Steel fiber reinforced superplasticized concretes for rehabilitation of bridge decks and highway pavements. Superplasticized concretes for rehabilitation of bridge decks and highway pavements: Authors: Ramakrishnan, V.; Coyle, W.

one with medium workability and high cement content suitable for bridge deck replacement and another with high workability suitable for structural and pavement concrete were selected for intensive study.

For these. Superplasticized concretes for rehabilitation of bridge decks and highway pavements. one with medium workability and high cement content suitable for bridge deck replacement and another with.

deck directly impacts serviceability or the ability of the structure to safely and efficiently carry highway traffic by providing smoothness, skid resistance, and resistance to deflections under wheel loads.

The riding surface of a highway bridge deck should provide a continuation of the pavement segments that it connects. The surface should be. Cracking is the main distress mechanism for epoxy asphalt concrete pavements on bridge steel decks.

However, there are no sealing materials and techniques for crack in bridge deck pavements. To solve this problem, a chemically cured sealant for epoxy asphalt pavement on bridge steel deck has been developed and erum-c.com by: 1. structural work and for c'onstruction of highway pavements and airport runways, and the latter (mix 33) will be suitable for bridge-deck overlays and for construction where high strength and highly im­ permeable concretes are needed.

Identical mixes were made in. CONCRETE HIGHWAY BRIDGE DECK CONSTRUCTION R water-reducing and accelerating admixtures are also covered under ASTM C as Types D and E, respec- tively.

High-range water reducing (HRWR) and high- range,water-reducing and retarding admixtures are covered by ASTM CTypes F and G, respectively.

This layer also serves as a second waterproofing layer. The non-porous mastic asphalt is usually used for the protective layer of the bridge pavement. For various reasons, in some countries preference is given to a traditional asphalt layer as protection layer on concrete deck.

Ramakrishnan, V. and Coyle, W. (), Steel-ßber-reinforced superplasticized concretes for rehabilitation of bridge decks and highway pavements. Report N° DOT-RSPA-DMA-5 0/84/2.

U.S. Departement of Transportation, Office of University Research, Washington, D.C., erum-c.com by: Product Price: Get Latest Price We have created a position amongst trusted companies for offering an extensive array of Concrete Super Plasticizer Water Reducer.

Our product is known for their early strength, super plasticizer and water reducing admixture. Concrete overlays pavements or bridge decks can strengthen the structure againston further deterioration due to fatigue cracking and canalso be an effective means to enhance pavement sustainability by improving surface reflectance, increasing structural.

guide specifications for concrete overlays of pavements and bridge decks These guide specifications were developed by a Joint Committee of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), the Associated General Contractors (AGC), and the American Road and Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA).

Chloride permeability and air-void characteristics of concrete containing high range water reducing admixture. R~amakrishnan, W.Y. Coyle, and P.A. Kopac, "Superplasticized Concretes for Rehabilitation of Bridge Decks and Highway Pavements - Phase One Interim Report", U.S.

Department of Transportation, Office of University Reserach Cited by: 5. The standard deck system to be used on adjacent prestressed concrete beams is a 6 inch monolithic deck with epoxy-coated or galvanized reinforcement.

The monolithic deck is considered to be an integral wearing surface. The thickness of bridge decks for prestressed concrete box and slab beams may exceed the 6 inch minimum shown on the plans. DESiGN GUiDE FOR BRiDGES FOR SERviCE LiFE decisions made during the design and detailing of the bridge deck, fabrication and manufacturing requirement, quality of construction, and decisions concerning the level of inspection and testing performed during future operation and maintenance.

Design and Detailing Bridge-Deck. OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION SPECIAL PROVISION FOR PAVEMENT AND BRIDGE DECK SMOOTHNESS (ENGLISH AND METRIC) These Special Provisions amend and where in conflict, supersede applicable sections of the Standard Specifications for Highway Construction, English and Metric.

Units of measurement are. This book provides approaches to pavement design including design and management principals, procedures for new construction or reconstruction, and procedures for rehabilitation of existing pavements. Material on overlay design methodology and rehabilitation, including seven overlay procedures and associated options is included.

Section 5 Bridge Decks Concrete Deck Slabs Composite Design Concrete deck slabs on steel girders are almost always designed to act compositely with the girders. Composite design provides an advantage in reducing the necessary section of primary members and also serves to significantly stiff en the bridge.The American Concrete Institute.

Founded in and headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, USA, the American Concrete Institute is a leading authority and resource worldwide for the development, dissemination, and adoption of its consensus-based standards, technical resources, educational programs, and proven expertise for individuals and organizations involved in concrete design Author: S.

G. Pinjarkar, A. E. N. Osborn, M. J. Koob, D. W. Phiffer.high performance concretes for the fabrication of panels for the repair of submerged structures concrete bridge protection and rehabilitation: chemical and physical techniques. rapid concrete bridge deck protection, repair and rehabilitation concrete bridges in aggressive environments: philip d.

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