1 edition of Guidelines for spring highway use restrictions . found in the catalog.
Guidelines for spring highway use restrictions .
1987 by U.S. Dept. of Education, Federal Highway Administration, National Technical Information Service in McLean, Va, Springfield, Va .
|Contributions||United States. Federal Highway Administration., Washington State Transportation Center., University of Washington. Dept. of Civil Engineering.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
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Title: Guidelines for Spring Highway Use Restrictions Created Date: 612 AM. A Research Summary Report -- Guidelines for Spring Highway Use Restrictions Author: Bearing capacity, Deflection, Freeze thaw durability, Frost damage, Frost heaving, Guidelines, Highway travel, Impact loads, Load limits, Pavement performance, Spring, Structural deterioration and.
Guidelines for spring highway use restrictions [microform] U. Dept. of Education, Federal Highway Administration ; National Technical Information Service McLean, Va. : Springfield, Va AustralianHarvard Citation. United States. Federal Highway Administration. Washington State Transportation Center.
University of Washington. Moved Permanently. nginx. Author: HyperGEAR,Inc. Created Date: 35 PM. Guidelines for Spring Highway Use Restrictions. Basic explanation of frost heave. A technical method for estimating when, and how much, load restrictions should be applied due to spring thaws.
Available on YouTube. ID: 3. Video Year: Video Length:. A large number of road structures are subjected to seasonal freezing and thawing in Canada.
Low volume (secondary) roads in frost-prone regions are susceptible to loss of structural capacity during thaw season. During freezing season, ice lenses form in the subgrade soil.
Melting of these ice lenses during thawing season is deemed to be the main cause of losing structural capacity. Development of Spring load restrictions for local roads [Rwebangira, T] on FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Development of Spring load restrictions for local roadsAuthor: T Rwebangira.
Guidelines for spring highway use restrictions. Final report. (), by M. Rutherford, Joe P. Mahoney, Russell G. Hicks, and T. Rwebangira (page images at HathiTrust) Determination of practical ESALS per truck values on Indiana roads.
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In regions of the United States where pavements are constructed in freeze-thaw environments, springtime load restrictions are used to reduce distress caused by truck loads.
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