New definitions will help pavement cracking survey providers and pavement engineers at state highway administrations conduct objective cracking measurements and encourage continuing technological innovations by researchers and vendors.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Web-Only Document 288: Standard Definitions for Common Types of Pavement Cracking helps develop standard, discrete definitions for common cracking types for asphalt and concrete pavements.
The standard definitions would be used to facilitate comparable measurement and interpretation of pavement cracking.
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1. Introduction||8-10|
|Chapter 2. Literature Review and Agency Survey||11-32|
|Chapter 3. Role of Cracking Data in Decision-Making Processes||33-37|
|Chapter 4. Cracking Data Desired by State Highway Agencies||38-43|
|Chapter 5. Proposed Standard Definitions for Common Cracking Types||44-53|
|Chapter 6. Testing of the Proposed Cracking Definitions||54-68|
|Chapter 7. Conclusions||69-70|
|Appendix A. Summary of Cracking Protocols||76-128|
|Appendix B. Survey Questionnaire and Responses||129-466|
|Appendix C. Summary of Level 3 and Level 2 Cracking Data of Each Zone||467-477|
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