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Concrete Pavement Repair (CPR)

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Slab Stabilization Guidelines for Concrete Pavements (TB018P) Slab Stabilization Guidelines for Concrete Pavements (TB018P)

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Date added: 01/01/1994
Filesize: 25.16 MB
Downloads: 19

This technical publication describes the procedures for slab stabilization (the process of filling voids that may develop beneath concrete slabs). It covers in detail, all the necessary items to successfully stabilize concrete slabs, including void detection, material selection, equipment, and construction procedures.

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Guidelines for Full-Depth Repair (TB002P) Guidelines for Full-Depth Repair (TB002P)

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Date added: 01/01/1995
Filesize: 22.39 MB
Downloads: 38

This technical publication discusses design and construction practices for repairing concrete pavement slabs with structural and joint deterioration. Contains information applicable to pavements for streets, highways and airports, and distinguishes requirements for jointed concrete pavements and continuously reinforced concrete pavements.

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Guidelines for Partial-Depth Repair (TB003P) Guidelines for Partial-Depth Repair (TB003P)

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Date added: 01/01/1998
Filesize: 318 kB
Downloads: 45

Guidance on how to repair of concrete slab spalling is provided by this technical bulletin. It thoroughly discusses preparation, cleaning, patch materials and field tips to produce long-lasting patches.

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The Concrete Pavement Restoration Guide: Procedures for Preserving Concrete Pavements (TB020P) The Concrete Pavement Restoration Guide: Procedures for Preserving Concrete Pavements (TB020P)

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Date added: 01/01/1998
Filesize: 338.02 kB
Downloads: 35

The "Why and When" of concrete pavement restoration (CPR) is included in this technical publication. Rational procedures to repair, improve and extend pavement life are discussed. Trigger and limit tables provide guidance for determining when to apply any strategy. The contents cover all techniques including, patching; joint resealing, retrofitting shoulders, retrofittng dowel bars, cross-stitching, slab stabilization, and diamond grinding or grooving.

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Diamond Grinding and Concrete Pavement Restoration (TB008P) Diamond Grinding and Concrete Pavement Restoration (TB008P)

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Date added: 10/01/2000
Filesize: 28.88 MB
Downloads: 17

Here is the state-of-the-art information on diamond grinding concrete pavements to restore pavement smoothness. This booklet covers specifications, field operations, and expected performance of diamond grinding. Prepared in cooperation with the International Grooving and Grinding Association.

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Repair of Ultra-thin Whitetopping (PA397P) Repair of Ultra-thin Whitetopping (PA397P)

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Date added: 11/22/2000
Filesize: 425.94 kB
Downloads: 10

This semi-technical brochure outlines the requirements and steps to repairing ultra-thin whiteopping overlays. Full-color photographs visually demonstrate each step.

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Stitching Concrete Pavement Cracks and Joints (SR903P) Stitching Concrete Pavement Cracks and Joints (SR903P)

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Date added: 05/21/2001
Filesize: 410.61 kB
Downloads: 18

This special report provides the basics of stitching cracks or joints in concrete pavement. Two methods, slot-stitching and cross-stitching are described along with special considerations to improve the quality of these repairs. A table recommends appropriate repairs for defects in newly constructed concrete pavement.

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Load Transfer Restoration: Diamond Saw Slot Cutting vs. Carbide Milling (SR905P) Load Transfer Restoration: Diamond Saw Slot Cutting vs. Carbide Milling (SR905P)

Date added: 05/21/2001
Filesize: 188.42 kB
Downloads: 7

Compares diamond saw slot cutting to carbide milling for dowel bar retrofit. The advantages in sawing the slots are compared to the damage done to the pavement and the retrofit process when milling the slots. Full color photos and diagrams demonstrate the two techniques.

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The Longevity and Performance of Diamond-Ground Pavements (IS522P) The Longevity and Performance of Diamond-Ground Pavements (IS522P)

Date added: 01/01/2002
Filesize: 366.3 kB
Downloads: 6

This information sheet is an abridgement of a comprehensive study, “The Longevity and Performance of Diamond-Ground Pavements” (RD118). Includes a review of existing information on diamond grinding. Extensive field surveys -- 60 pavement sections in 18 states -- were used obtain performance data. The analysis shows no evidence of surface degradation resulting from diamond grinding.

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Factors for Pavement Rehabilitation Strategy Selection (R&T Update #3.02) Factors for Pavement Rehabilitation Strategy Selection (R&T Update #3.02)

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Date added: 02/01/2002
Filesize: 122.74 kB
Downloads: 16

Specification Guideline for Dowel Bar Retrofit (IS104P) Specification Guideline for Dowel Bar Retrofit (IS104P)

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Date added: 11/12/2002
Filesize: 600.48 kB
Downloads: 20

This technical document provides guideline specification language useful for developing project specifications for dowel bar retrofit (DBR). Included are sections on application of the technique, materials, pre-construction requirements, and construction requirements. The guidelines are easily modified for use by any agency applying the technique to a concrete pavement. Footnotes, diagrams, and illustrations give added details and list important references for a specification writer.

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Highlights of 82nd Annual TRB Meeting Part 1: Maintenance and Rehabilitation (R&T Update #4.01) Highlights of 82nd Annual TRB Meeting Part 1: Maintenance and Rehabilitation (R&T Update #4.01)

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Date added: 02/01/2003
Filesize: 180.93 kB
Downloads: 17

Concrete Repair Manual for Airfields (JP002P) Concrete Repair Manual for Airfields (JP002P)

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Date added: 05/05/2003
Filesize: 1.94 MB
Downloads: 15

ACPA annotated version of the United Facilities Criteria Operation and Maintenance manual for concrete repairs, including patching, subsealing, diamond grinding, load transfer restoration, polymer concrete, retrofitting edge drains and heat-resistant concrete. The Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) system is prescribed by MIL-STD 3007 and provides planning, design, construction, operations and maintenance criteria, and applies to all service commands having military construction responsibilities.

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Concrete Crack and Partial-Depth Spall Repair Manual for Airfields (JP003P) Concrete Crack and Partial-Depth Spall Repair Manual for Airfields (JP003P)

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Date added: 06/03/2004
Filesize: 601.96 kB
Downloads: 19

ACPA annotated version of the United Facilities Criteria Operation and Maintenance manual for concrete repairs, including patching, subsealing, diamond grinding, load transfer restoration, polymer concrete, retrofitting edge drains and heat-resistant concrete. The Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) system is prescribed by MIL-STD 3007 and provides planning, design, construction, operations and maintenance criteria, and applies to all service commands having military construction responsibilities.

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ACPA Profiler Repeatability Tests - Manufacturers Continue to Improve Profilers (R&T Update #7.02) ACPA Profiler Repeatability Tests - Manufacturers Continue to Improve Profilers (R&T Update #7.02)

Date added: 04/01/2006
Filesize: 89.27 kB
Downloads: 8

Concrete Pavement Restoration And Preservation (QD011P) Concrete Pavement Restoration And Preservation (QD011P)

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Date added: 11/03/2008
Filesize: 581.63 kB
Downloads: 32

Here’s why concrete pavements are a better resurfacing choice than asphalt.

Concrete Pavement Field Reference: Preservation and Repair (EB239P) Concrete Pavement Field Reference: Preservation and Repair (EB239P)

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Date added: 11/19/2008
Filesize: 3.58 MB
Downloads: 78

This publication is a how-to reference written for paving crews, agencies, consultants, and others with a need for first-hand knowledge about concrete pavement preservation. The 94-page, spiral-bound, pocket-sized resource contains a series of checklists, tips, and techniques aimed at guiding and assisting with various repair and preservation processes, including: • Joint and crack sealing; • Dowel bar retrofit; • Cross-stitching; • Full-depth repair; • Partial-depth repair; and • Diamond grinding.

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Utility Cuts in Concrete Pavements (IS235P) Utility Cuts in Concrete Pavements (IS235P)

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Date added: 12/22/2009
Filesize: 2.21 MB
Downloads: 39

This information sheet describes our recommended practices for the restoration of utility trenches cut into concrete pavements. It includes details on planning the utility cut location, size and shape; making the necessary cut(s) in the concrete slab; removing the concrete; excavating the subbase and/or subgrade; repairing/upgrading or installing the utility; backfilling and compacting or placing flowable backfill; installing necessary embedded steel (dowel bars and tiebars); placing, finishing, texturing and curing the new concrete surface course; jointing and joint sealing; and opening to traffic.

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