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Title: Recommended Practice for Design of Concrete Pavements [ACI 325-58)”
Author(s): ACI Committee 325
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 17-51
Keywords: no keywords
Abstract:Recommendations are presented for the design of rigid concrete pavements and bases based on practice proved successful in the United States. It offers comprehensive directions to design rigid airport and highway pavements or bases for conditions of climate, traffic, available construction materials and equipment, and construction methods of the United States. It includes recommendations for soil foundations, selection of slab dimensions, joints, and details, for reinforced or nonreinforced pavement. Recommendations for design of cement-stabilized bases, continuously reinforced pavement, pre-stressed pavement, and rigid resurfacings are not included since their use has not yet developed a generally applicable practice. Design practices of all principal state and federal agencies concerned with paving have been reviewed and related within the limits recommended.
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