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Use of Magnetic Tomography Technology to Evaluate Dowel Placement

References

Khazanovich, L., H.T. Yu, and R. Stubstad. 2003. Nondestructive Dowel Bar Detection in Existing Rigid Concrete Pavement Slabs. California Department of Transportation, Sacramento, CA.

Lehmann, G. 2001. "Magnetic Tomography for Non-Destructive Testing and Process Control." Proceedings, International Conference of Material Testing and Research. Nuremberg, Germany, pp. 187-192.

MIT. 2002. MIT Scan-2/-2F Instruction for Use. Magnetic Imaging Tools, GmbH, Dresden, Germany.

MO DOT. 2003. Investigation of Dowel Bar Placement Accuracy with a Dowel Bar Inserter. Report RDT-009. Missouri Department of Transportation, Jefferson City, MO.

Yu, H.T. 2005. Dowel Bar Alignments of Typical In-Service Pavements. R&D Serial No. 2894. Portland Cement Association, Skokie, IL.

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