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Title: Green County, Iowa, Concrete Overlay Research Project
Author(s): M.J. Knutson
Publication: Special Publication
Appears on pages(s): 175-196
Keywords: batching; bonding; cement content; compressive strength; concrete construction; concrete pavements; costs; economics; fiber reinforced concretes; joints (junctions); maintenance; mix proportioning; research; resurfacing; slip-form construction;slump tests
Abstract:The 42 different tests sections of the Greene County Overlay Project will provide information on the following aspects of conrete pavement overlays: slab thickness, cement content, steel fiber content, joint spacing, bonding characteristics, initial square yard costs, maintenance costs, service life of different tests sections, and comparision of fibrous concrete, continuously reinforced concrete paving with elastic joints, mesh, and plain concrete overlays.
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