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Considerations for providing subsurface drainage in jointed concrete pavements Mallela, Jagannath ; Titus-Glover, Leslie ; Darter, Michael I

By: Mallela, JagannathContributor(s): Titus-Glover, Leslie | Darter, Michael IPublication details: Transportation Research Record, 2000Description: nr 1709, s. 1-10Subject(s): USA | Rigid pavement | Drainage | Roadbase | Permeability | Specifications | | Economics | 32 | 37Bibl.nr: VTI P8167:1709Location: Abstract: Design considerations for pavement subsurface drainage in new or reconstructed jointed concrete pavements are outlined for all components of a permeable base system (permeable bases, separator layers, edge drains, and outlets). Discussion topics--including guidelines for determining drainage needs, permeable base system components, hydraulic design of permeable base systems, structural design of permeable bases and separator layers, and economic considerations for providing drainage--are arranged to provide a comprehensive picture of the subject area. For topics with established procedures, such as the hydraulic design of permeable bases, a synthesis of information is presented. Where there is a lack of information or a clear consensus among researchers on a topic, new ideas and concepts are proposed.
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Design considerations for pavement subsurface drainage in new or reconstructed jointed concrete pavements are outlined for all components of a permeable base system (permeable bases, separator layers, edge drains, and outlets). Discussion topics--including guidelines for determining drainage needs, permeable base system components, hydraulic design of permeable base systems, structural design of permeable bases and separator layers, and economic considerations for providing drainage--are arranged to provide a comprehensive picture of the subject area. For topics with established procedures, such as the hydraulic design of permeable bases, a synthesis of information is presented. Where there is a lack of information or a clear consensus among researchers on a topic, new ideas and concepts are proposed.

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