Title: Finishing Air-Entraining Concrete Pavements
Author(s): Charles W. Allen
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 373-376
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Based on a survey of state highway department practices, common difficulities in finishing air-entraining concrete pavements are enumerated. Practices in adjusting transverse finishing machines are given and revised finishing practices are discussed. Delayed finishing, as specified in several states, is considered in connection with the riding qualities of the finished surfaces. On the basis of experience in Ohio it is concluded that smooth pavements can be built of air-entraining concrete without delayed finishing.