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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-01-169
Date: October 2005

Rehabilitation of Jointed Portland Cement Concrete Pavements: SPS-6, Initial Evaluation and Analysis

APPENDIX B: MATERIALS TESTING SUMMARIES

 

Table 92. Materials summary for Alabama.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3       0
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3       0
Atterburg Limits 3       0
Classification 6       0
Moisture-Density Relations 3       0
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 5 5 100 167
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3       0
Sieve Analysis 3       0
Atterburg Limits 3       0
Moisture-Density Relations 3       0
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3       0
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 5 5 100 167
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10       0
Splitting Tensile Strength 10       0
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6       0
PCC Unit Weight 10       0
Core Examination/Thickness 23       0
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20 3 3 100 15
Bulk Specific Gravity 20       0
Maximum Specific Gravity 3       0
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3       0
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 93. Materials summary for Arizona.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3 2 2 100 67
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3 2 2 100 67
Atterburg Limits 3 2 2 100 67
Classification 6 2 2 100 33
Moisture-Density Relations 3 2 2 100 67
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 7 7 100 233
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3 2 2 100 67
Sieve Analysis 3 2 2 100 67
Atterburg Limits 3 2 2 100 67
Moisture-Density Relations 3 2 2 100 67
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3 2 2 100 67
Permeability 3 2 2 100 67
Natural Moisture Content 3 8 8 100 267
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3 4 4 100 133
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3 4 4 100 133
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10 9 9 100 90
Splitting Tensile Strength 10 10 10 100 100
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6       0
PCC Unit Weight 10 9 9 100 90
Core Examination/Thickness 23 31 31 100 135
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20 20 20 100 100
Bulk Specific Gravity 20 20 20 100 100
Maximum Specific Gravity 3 3 3 100 100
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3 3 3 100 100
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3 3 3 100 100
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3 3 3 100 100
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3 3 3 100 100
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3 3 3 100 100
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3 3 3 100 100
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3 3 3 100 100
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 94. Materials summary for Arkansas.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3 5 5 100 167
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3 5 5 100 167
Atterburg Limits 3 1 1 100 33
Classification 6 5 5 100 83
Moisture-Density Relations 3 2 2 100 67
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 5 5 100 167
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3       0
Sieve Analysis 3       0
Atterburg Limits 3       0
Moisture-Density Relations 3       0
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3       0
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3       0
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10       0
Splitting Tensile Strength 10       0
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6       0
PCC Unit Weight 10       0
Core Examination/Thickness 23       0
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20 12 12 100 60
Bulk Specific Gravity 20 11 11 100 55
Maximum Specific Gravity 3       0
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3       0
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 95. Materials summary for California.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3       0
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3       0
Atterburg Limits 3       0
Classification 6       0
Moisture-Density Relations 3       0
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3       0
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3       0
Sieve Analysis 3       0
Atterburg Limits 3       0
Moisture-Density Relations 3       0
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3       0
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3       0
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10       0
Splitting Tensile Strength 10       0
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6       0
PCC Unit Weight 10       0
Core Examination/Thickness 23       0
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20       0
Bulk Specific Gravity 20       0
Maximum Specific Gravity 3       0
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3       0
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 96. Materials summary for Illinois.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3 2 0 0 67
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3 2 0 0 67
Atterburg Limits 3 2 2 100 67
Classification 6 2 0 0 33
Moisture-Density Relations 3 2 2 100 67
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3       0
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3 2 0 0 67
Sieve Analysis 3 2 0 0 67
Atterburg Limits 3 2 2 0 67
Moisture-Density Relations 3 2 0 100 67
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3 2 0 0 67
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3       0
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10 9 8 89 90
Splitting Tensile Strength 10 8 8 100 80
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3   0   0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6 5   0 83
PCC Unit Weight 10 9 9 100 90
Core Examination/Thickness 23 18 18 100 78
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20 1 1 100 5
Bulk Specific Gravity 20 20 20 100 100
Maximum Specific Gravity 3       0
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3       0
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 97. Materials summary for Indiana.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3       0
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3       0
Atterburg Limits 3       0
Classification 6       0
Moisture-Density Relations 3       0
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3       0
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3       0
Sieve Analysis 3       0
Atterburg Limits 3       0
Moisture-Density Relations 3       0
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3       0
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3       0
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10       0
Splitting Tensile Strength 10       0
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6       0
PCC Unit Weight 10       0
Core Examination/Thickness 23       0
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20       0
Bulk Specific Gravity 20       0
Maximum Specific Gravity 3       0
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3       0
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 98. Materials summary for Iowa.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3 3 3 100 100
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3 3 2 67 100
Atterburg Limits 3 3 3 100 100
Classification 6 3 3 100 50
Moisture-Density Relations 3 3 3 100 100
Resilient Modulus 3 4 0 0 133
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 6 6 100 200
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3 3 3 100 100
Sieve Analysis 3 3 3 100 100
Atterburg Limits 3 3 0 0 100
Moisture-Density Relations 3 3 3 100 100
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3 3 3 100 100
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 8 6 75 267
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10       0
Splitting Tensile Strength 10       0
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6       0
PCC Unit Weight 10       0
Core Examination/Thickness 23       0
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20       0
Bulk Specific Gravity 20       0
Maximum Specific Gravity 3       0
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3       0
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 99. Materials summary for Michigan.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3 1 0 0 33
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3 1 1 100 33
Atterburg Limits 3 1 1 100 33
Classification 6 1 0 0 17
Moisture-Density Relations 3 1 1 100 33
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 1 1 100 33
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3 3 0 0 100
Sieve Analysis 3 3 0 0 100
Atterburg Limits 3 3 0 0 100
Moisture-Density Relations 3 3 3 100 100
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3 3 3 100 100
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 3 3 100 100
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10 18 18 100 180
Splitting Tensile Strength 10 7 6 86 70
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6 17 15 88 283
PCC Unit Weight 10       0
Core Examination/Thickness 23 25 25 100 109
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20 20 20 100 100
Bulk Specific Gravity 20 60 4 7 300
Maximum Specific Gravity 3 80 4 7 2000
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3 60 4 7 2000
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3 60 4 7 2000
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 100. Materials summary for Missouri.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3 5 2 40 167
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3 5 0 0 167
Atterburg Limits 3 5 5 100 167
Classification 6 5 1 20 83
Moisture-Density Relations 3 5 5 100 167
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 5 5 100 167
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3 5 5 100 167
Sieve Analysis 3 5 5 100 167
Atterburg Limits 3 5 5 100 167
Moisture-Density Relations 3 5 5 100 167
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3 5 2 40 167
Permeability 3 1 0 0 33
Natural Moisture Content 3 4 4 100 133
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10 11 11 100 110
Splitting Tensile Strength 10 13 13 100 130
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6 8 8 100 133
PCC Unit Weight 10 11 10 91 110
Core Examination/Thickness 23 31 31 100 135
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20       0
Bulk Specific Gravity 20       0
Maximum Specific Gravity 3       0
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3       0
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 101. Materials summary for Missouri(A).
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3       0
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3       0
Atterburg Limits 3       0
Classification 6       0
Moisture-Density Relations 3       0
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3       0
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3       0
Sieve Analysis 3       0
Atterburg Limits 3       0
Moisture-Density Relations 3       0
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3       0
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3       0
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10       0
Splitting Tensile Strength 10       0
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6       0
PCC Unit Weight 10       0
Core Examination/Thickness 23       0
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20       0
Bulk Specific Gravity 20       0
Maximum Specific Gravity 3       0
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3       0
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 102. Materials summary for Oklahoma.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3 3 3 100 100
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3 3 3 100 100
Atterburg Limits 3 3 3 100 100
Classification 6 3 3 100 50
Moisture-Density Relations 3 3 3 100 100
Resilient Modulus 3 3 3 100 100
Unit Weight 6 3 3 100 50
Natural Moisture Content 3 3 3 100 100
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3 3 3 100 100
Sieve Analysis 3 3 3 100 100
Atterburg Limits 3 3 3 100 100
Moisture-Density Relations 3 3 3 100 100
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3 3 3 100 100
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 3 3 100 100
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10 10 10 100 100
Splitting Tensile Strength 10 10 10 100 100
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6 6 6 100 100
PCC Unit Weight 10 10 10 100 100
Core Examination/Thickness 23 23 23 100 100
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20 20 20 100 100
Bulk Specific Gravity 20 20 20 100 100
Maximum Specific Gravity 3       0
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3 12 0 0 400
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3       0
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 103. Materials summary for Pennsylvania.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3 2 2 100 67
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3 2 2 100 67
Atterburg Limits 3 2 2 100 67
Classification 6 2 2 100 33
Moisture-Density Relations 3 2 2 100 67
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 2 2 100 67
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3 2 2 100 67
Sieve Analysis 3 2 2 100 67
Atterburg Limits 3 2 0 0 67
Moisture-Density Relations 3 2 2 100 67
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3 2 2 100 67
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 2 2 100 67
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10 6 6 100 60
Splitting Tensile Strength 10 7 3 43 70
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6 3 3 100 50
PCC Unit Weight 10 6 6 100 60
Core Examination/Thickness 23 17 17 100 74
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20 19 18 95 95
Bulk Specific Gravity 20       0
Maximum Specific Gravity 3       0
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3       0
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 104. Materials summary for South Dakota.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3 2 0 0 67
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3 8 2 25 267
Atterburg Limits 3 9 9 100 300
Classification 6 2 2 100 33
Moisture-Density Relations 3 8 8 100 267
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Unit Weight 6       0
Natural Moisture Content 3 7 7 100 233
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3       0
Sieve Analysis 3       0
Atterburg Limits 3       0
Moisture-Density Relations 3       0
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3       0
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3       0
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3       0
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3       0
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10       0
Splitting Tensile Strength 10       0
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6       0
PCC Unit Weight 10       0
Core Examination/Thickness 23       0
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20       0
Bulk Specific Gravity 20       0
Maximum Specific Gravity 3       0
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3       0
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3       0
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3       0
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3       0
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3       0
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3       0
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3       0
Viscosity at 77 °F 3       0
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch

 

Table 105. Materials summary for Tennessee.
Site: AL SHRP: All Core Sections  
Test Minimum Number per Layer Number Conducted Number Conducted at E Percent at E Percent of Required
Sub Grade:          
Sieve Analysis 3 3 3 100 100
Hydrometer to 0.001 mm 3 3 3 100 100
Atterburg Limits 3 3 3 100 100
Classification 6 9 9 100 150
Moisture-Density Relations 3 3 3 100 100
Resilient Modulus 3 3 3 100 100
Unit Weight 6 3 3 100 50
Natural Moisture Content 3 3 3 100 100
Unbound Base and Subbase:          
Particle Size Analysis 3       0
Sieve Analysis 3       0
Atterburg Limits 3       0
Moisture-Density Relations 3       0
Resilient Modulus 3       0
Classification 3       0
Permeability 3       0
Natural Moisture Content 3       0
Treated Base:          
Type and Classification of Material and Treatment 3 3 3 100 100
Pozzolanic/Cementitious: Compressive Strength 3 1 1 100 33
Dynamic Modulus at 77 °F 3       0
Portland Cement Concrete:          
Compressive Concrete Strength 10 9 9 100 90
Splitting Tensile Strength 10 10 10 100 100
PCC Coefficient of Thermal Expansion 3       0
Static Modulus of Elasticity 6 6 6 100 100
PCC Unit Weight 10 9 9 100 90
Core Examination/Thickness 23 23 23 100 100
Asphalt Concrete:          
Core Examination/Thickness 20 22 22 100 110
Bulk Specific Gravity 20 20 20 100 100
Maximum Specific Gravity 3 3 3 100 100
Asphalt Content (Extraction) 3 3 3 100 100
Moisture Susceptibility 3       0
Creep Compliance 3       0
Resilient Modulus/Tensile Strength 3       0
Extracted Aggregate (from mix):          
Bulk Specific Gravity: Coarse Aggregate 3 3 3 100 100
Bulk Specific Gravity: Fine Aggregate 3 3 3 100 100
Type and Classification 3       0
Gradation of Aggregate 3 4 4 100 133
Roundness Index of Coarse Aggregate 3       0
Aggregate Particle Shape 3 3 3 100 100
Asphalt Cement (from mix):          
Abson Recovery 3 24 3 13 800
Penetration at 50 °F, 77 °F, 90 °F 3 3 3 100 100
Specific Gravity (60 °F) 3 3 3 100 100
Viscosity at 77 °F 3 3 3 100 100
Viscosity at 140 °F, 275 °F 3       0
        °C= (°F-32)/1.8
1 mm= .039 inch
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