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Publication Number: FHWA-RD-02-082
Date: August 2006

Highway Concrete Technology Development and Testing Volume I: Field Evaluation of SHRP C-202 Test Sites (Hpc)

Appendix A

Figure A1. Photographs of typical joint sections for each test section (Winnemucca, NV).

(a) Control section 3 (C3)

The figure consists of 11 photographs of typical joint sections for each test section of the Winnemucca test site. Photograph A-1-A shows control section 3, C 3; photo A-1-B shows the lithium hydroxide section 2, L 2; photo A-1-C shows silane section 2, S 2; photo A-1-D shows methacrylate section 2, M 2; photo A-1-E shows silane number 2, S A 1; photo A-1-F shows linseed oil section 1, L O 1; photo A-1-G shows control section 2, C 2; photo A-1-H shows silane section 1, S 1; photo A-1-I shows lithium hydroxide section 1, L 1; photo A-1-J shows control section 1, C 1; and photo A-1-K shows methacrylate section 1, M 1.

(b) Lithium Hydroxide section 2 (L2)

The figure consists of 11 photographs of typical joint sections for each test section of the Winnemucca test site. Photograph A-1-A shows control section 3, C 3; photo A-1-B shows the lithium hydroxide section 2, L 2; photo A-1-C shows silane section 2, S 2; photo A-1-D shows methacrylate section 2, M 2; photo A-1-E shows silane number 2, S A 1; photo A-1-F shows linseed oil section 1, L O 1; photo A-1-G shows control section 2, C 2; photo A-1-H shows silane section 1, S 1; photo A-1-I shows lithium hydroxide section 1, L 1; photo A-1-J shows control section 1, C 1; and photo A-1-K shows methacrylate section 1, M 1.

(c) Silane section 2 (S2)

The figure consists of 11 photographs of typical joint sections for each test section of the Winnemucca test site. Photograph A-1-A shows control section 3, C 3; photo A-1-B shows the lithium hydroxide section 2, L 2; photo A-1-C shows silane section 2, S 2; photo A-1-D shows methacrylate section 2, M 2; photo A-1-E shows silane number 2, S A 1; photo A-1-F shows linseed oil section 1, L O 1; photo A-1-G shows control section 2, C 2; photo A-1-H shows silane section 1, S 1; photo A-1-I shows lithium hydroxide section 1, L 1; photo A-1-J shows control section 1, C 1; and photo A-1-K shows methacrylate section 1, M 1.

(d) Methacrylate section 2 (M2)

The figure consists of 11 photographs of typical joint sections for each test section of the Winnemucca test site. Photograph A-1-A shows control section 3, C 3; photo A-1-B shows the lithium hydroxide section 2, L 2; photo A-1-C shows silane section 2, S 2; photo A-1-D shows methacrylate section 2, M 2; photo A-1-E shows silane number 2, S A 1; photo A-1-F shows linseed oil section 1, L O 1; photo A-1-G shows control section 2, C 2; photo A-1-H shows silane section 1, S 1; photo A-1-I shows lithium hydroxide section 1, L 1; photo A-1-J shows control section 1, C 1; and photo A-1-K shows methacrylate section 1, M 1.

(e) Silane #2 section 1 (SA1)

The figure consists of 11 photographs of typical joint sections for each test section of the Winnemucca test site. Photograph A-1-A shows control section 3, C 3; photo A-1-B shows the lithium hydroxide section 2, L 2; photo A-1-C shows silane section 2, S 2; photo A-1-D shows methacrylate section 2, M 2; photo A-1-E shows silane number 2, S A 1; photo A-1-F shows linseed oil section 1, L O 1; photo A-1-G shows control section 2, C 2; photo A-1-H shows silane section 1, S 1; photo A-1-I shows lithium hydroxide section 1, L 1; photo A-1-J shows control section 1, C 1; and photo A-1-K shows methacrylate section 1, M 1.

(f) Linseed oil section 1 (LO1)

The figure consists of 11 photographs of typical joint sections for each test section of the Winnemucca test site. Photograph A-1-A shows control section 3, C 3; photo A-1-B shows the lithium hydroxide section 2, L 2; photo A-1-C shows silane section 2, S 2; photo A-1-D shows methacrylate section 2, M 2; photo A-1-E shows silane number 2, S A 1; photo A-1-F shows linseed oil section 1, L O 1; photo A-1-G shows control section 2, C 2; photo A-1-H shows silane section 1, S 1; photo A-1-I shows lithium hydroxide section 1, L 1; photo A-1-J shows control section 1, C 1; and photo A-1-K shows methacrylate section 1, M 1.

(g) Control section 2 (C2)

The figure consists of 11 photographs of typical joint sections for each test section of the Winnemucca test site. Photograph A-1-A shows control section 3, C 3; photo A-1-B shows the lithium hydroxide section 2, L 2; photo A-1-C shows silane section 2, S 2; photo A-1-D shows methacrylate section 2, M 2; photo A-1-E shows silane number 2, S A 1; photo A-1-F shows linseed oil section 1, L O 1; photo A-1-G shows control section 2, C 2; photo A-1-H shows silane section 1, S 1; photo A-1-I shows lithium hydroxide section 1, L 1; photo A-1-J shows control section 1, C 1; and photo A-1-K shows methacrylate section 1, M 1.

(h) Silane section 1 (S1)

The figure consists of 11 photographs of typical joint sections for each test section of the Winnemucca test site. Photograph A-1-A shows control section 3, C 3; photo A-1-B shows the lithium hydroxide section 2, L 2; photo A-1-C shows silane section 2, S 2; photo A-1-D shows methacrylate section 2, M 2; photo A-1-E shows silane number 2, S A 1; photo A-1-F shows linseed oil section 1, L O 1; photo A-1-G shows control section 2, C 2; photo A-1-H shows silane section 1, S 1; photo A-1-I shows lithium hydroxide section 1, L 1; photo A-1-J shows control section 1, C 1; and photo A-1-K shows methacrylate section 1, M 1.

(i) Lithium hydroxide section 1 (L1)

The figure consists of 11 photographs of typical joint sections for each test section of the Winnemucca test site. Photograph A-1-A shows control section 3, C 3; photo A-1-B shows the lithium hydroxide section 2, L 2; photo A-1-C shows silane section 2, S 2; photo A-1-D shows methacrylate section 2, M 2; photo A-1-E shows silane number 2, S A 1; photo A-1-F shows linseed oil section 1, L O 1; photo A-1-G shows control section 2, C 2; photo A-1-H shows silane section 1, S 1; photo A-1-I shows lithium hydroxide section 1, L 1; photo A-1-J shows control section 1, C 1; and photo A-1-K shows methacrylate section 1, M 1.

(j) Control section 1 (C1)

The figure consists of 11 photographs of typical joint sections for each test section of the Winnemucca test site. Photograph A-1-A shows control section 3, C 3; photo A-1-B shows the lithium hydroxide section 2, L 2; photo A-1-C shows silane section 2, S 2; photo A-1-D shows methacrylate section 2, M 2; photo A-1-E shows silane number 2, S A 1; photo A-1-F shows linseed oil section 1, L O 1; photo A-1-G shows control section 2, C 2; photo A-1-H shows silane section 1, S 1; photo A-1-I shows lithium hydroxide section 1, L 1; photo A-1-J shows control section 1, C 1; and photo A-1-K shows methacrylate section 1, M 1.

(k) Methacrylate section 1 (M1)

Petrographic Report for Winnemucca, NV, 1997

Two sections from each of the cores were cut and lapped. These sections were then soaked overnight and dried, and the entire lapped surface was traversed under a stereo microscope. The lapped surface was divided into five or more traverses and examined at magnifications of 10 to 30 times. All instances of cracks, alkali-silica gel, and deteriorated or reacted aggregate particles were counted.

Core 97-C1-B: The core is classed as slightly to moderately distressed. The wearing surface is severely worn, exposing coarse and fine aggregate particles. Popouts are occasionally identifiable. Sixty-one cracks (chiefly microscopic) and 54 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Eight coarse and 22 fine aggregate particles were distressed or had reacted. The core is marginally air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5 percent.

Core 97-C2-A: The core is classed as slightly distressed. The wearing surface is severely worn, exposing coarse and fine aggregate particles. Popouts are occasionally identifiable. Thirty-four cracks and 58 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Nine coarse and 42 fine aggregate particles were distressed or had reacted. The core is well air-entrained with an estimated air content of 6.5 percent.

Core 97-C3-A: The core is classified as slightly distressed. The wearing surface is severely worn, exposing coarse and fine aggregate particles. Popouts are occasionally identifiable. Eleven cracks and 50 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Three coarse and 27 aggregate particles show evidence of distress or reaction. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5.5 percent.

Core 97-L1-C: The core is classified as moderately distressed. The wearing surface is severely worn, exposing coarse and fine aggregate particles. Popouts are frequently identifiable. Sixtyfive cracks and 39 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. One coarse and 21 fine aggregate particles show evidence of distress or reaction. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 6 percent.

Core 97-L2-B: The core is classified as slightly distressed. The wearing surface is worn, exposing aggregate particles. Twenty cracks and 32 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Twenty-two fine aggregate particles showed evidence of distress or reaction. The core is airentrained with an estimated air content of 6 percent.

Core 97-LO1-B: The core is classified as moderately severely distressed. The wearing surface is worn, exposing numerous fine and coarse aggregate particles. Popouts are occasionally evident. Seventy-three cracks and 62 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Five coarse and 32 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of distress or reaction. The core is marginally to poorly airentrained with an estimated air content that varies between 4 and 5 percent.

Core 97-M1-C: The core is classed as severely distressed. The wearing surface is worn, exposing coarse and fine aggregate particles. Popouts are occasionally evident. One hundred eighty-five cracks and 81 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Several of the cracks are macroscopic. Thirteen coarse and 42 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of distress or reaction. The core is poorly air-entrained with an estimated air content of 4 percent.

Core 97-M2-B: The core is classified as slightly to moderately distressed. The wearing surface is worn, revealing fine and occasionally coarse aggregate particles; 48 cracks and 75 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Five coarse and 27 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of distress or reaction. The core is poorly air-entrained with an estimated air content of 4 percent.

Core 97-S1-C: The core is classified as moderately severely distressed. The wearing surface is moderately worn, exposing fine and occasionally coarse aggregate particles. Ninety-seven cracks and 85 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Thirteen coarse and 23 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of distress or reaction. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5.5 percent.

Core 97-SA1-C: The core is classified as moderately distressed. The wearing surface is worn, and popouts over aggregate particles are present. Seventy-seven cracks and 41 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Ten coarse and 64 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 6 percent.

Core 97-S2-A: The core is classified as slightly distressed. The wearing surface is worn; shallow popouts over coarse and fine aggregate particles are frequent; 29 cracks and 40 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Fourteen coarse and 53 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 6 percent.

Petrographic report for Winnemucca, NV, 1998

Sections from each of the cores were cut and lapped. These sections were then soaked overnight and dried, and the entire lapped surface was traversed under a stereo microscope. Each lapped surface was divided into five or more traverse areas and examined at magnifications of 10 to 30 times. All instances of cracks, alkali-silica gel, and deteriorated or reacted aggregate particles were counted.

98-C1-2: The wearing surface appears to be a worn, mechanically ground surface. The core contains abundant evidence of reaction but little distress. Forty microcracks and 129 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Seventeen coarse and 115 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 7 percent.

98-C2-1: The wearing surface is severely worn with very frequently exposed and polished aggregate particles. The core is severely distressed. Three large cracks, 139 microcracks, and 104 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted; 35 coarse and 129 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 6.5 percent.

98-C3-2: The wearing surface is very severely worn with frequently exposed and polished aggregate particles. The core is severely distressed. One large crack, 72 microcracks, and 84 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Sixteen coarse and 134 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 7.5 percent.

98-LI-1: The wearing surface is severely worn with frequently exposed and polished aggregate particles, and three prominent but tightly closed cracks. The core is moderately to severely distressed. One large crack, 121 microcracks, and 69 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Thirty-one coarse and 81 fine aggregate particles show evidence of distress or reaction. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5 percent.

98-L2-1: The wearing surface is moderately severely worn with frequent exposed and polished aggregate particles. The core is slightly distressed. Twenty-three microcracks and 88 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Sixteen coarse and 126 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5 percent.

98-LOI-2: The wearing surface is moderately to severely worn with frequently exposed and polished aggregate particles. The core is slightly to moderately distressed. Forty-six microcracks and 84 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Twenty-seven coarse and 69 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 4.5 percent.

98-M1-1: The wearing surface is severely worn or possibly worn and mechanically ground, with frequently exposed and polished aggregate particles. The core is very severely distressed. Seven major cracks, 196 microcracks, and 105 occurrences of alkali-silica gel were counted. Fortyseven coarse and 102 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5.5 percent.

98-M2-2: The wearing surface is severely worn with frequent exposed and polished aggregate particles. The core is moderately distressed. Seventy-five microcracks and 73 instances of alkalisilica gel were counted. Thirty-five coarse and 65 fine aggregate particles show evidence of distress or reaction. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5.5 percent.

98-S1-2: The wearing surface is severely worn with frequent exposed aggregate particles and occasional popouts. The core is very severely distressed. Two major cracks, 113 microcracks, and 90 occurrences of alkali-silica gel were counted. Fifty-eight coarse and 173 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5.5 percent.

98-S2-2: The wearing surface is worn with frequent exposed and polished aggregate particles. The surface appears to have been machine grooved at one time. One crack and a popout are apparent on the wearing surface. The core is very severely distressed. Three major and 153 microcracks, and 116 occurrences of alkali-silica gel were counted. Forty-five coarse and 102 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of reaction or distress. The core is poorly to marginally air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5 percent.

98-SA1-2: The wearing surface is severely worn with frequent exposed aggregate particles and occasional popouts. The core is severely distressed. One major crack, 114 microcracks, and 78 occurrences of alkali-silica gel were counted; 43 coarse and 156 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 6 percent.

Table A1. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—control section.
TypeIdentification codeUnit10/18/9412/12/9512/5/9610/9/9710/28/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm6.5895.5
3L(sealed)m0000
3Mm168.512.512.518.1
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm00000
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.66775
4Lm6.56.8885.6
4L(sealed)m00000
4Mno.8.89.74.803.3
4Mm00000
4M(sealed)m000010.54
4Hno.00244
4Hm005.19.910.54
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nYYYYY
5aLno.00000
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.22222
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm00000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.54310
7L(length)m13.612.89.220
7Mno.12240
7M(length)m22.63.711.20
7Hno.00116
7H(length)m002.6318.9
Map cracking8ano.35811
8am21.21.52.025.9
Scaling8bno.00000
8bm200000
Polished aggregate9m200000
Popouts10no./m21.20000
Blowups11no.00000
Faulting12
Lane-shoulder dropoff13
Lane-shoulder separation14
OtherWP-Lno.20
WP-Mno.34
WP-Hno.01
CL-Lno.41
CL-Mno.14
CL-Hno.00
 
Longitudinal crackingTotalm161520.521.523.6
Percent L043394223
Percent M10057615877
Percent H00000
Transverse crackingTotalno.1110111111
Totalm15.316.517.917.919.44
Percent L 4241454529
Percent M 585927017
Percent H 00285554
Spalling of transverse jointsTotalno.6661111
Totalm15.615.615.416.218.9
Percent L878359120
Percent M131724690
Percent H001719100
Table A2. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—section L2.
TypeIdentification codeUnit10/18/9412/12/9512/5/9610/9/9710/28/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm65511.51
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm16136.5717
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm0093.53.5
3H(sealed)m00010
Transverse cracking4Lno.00015
4Lm00010
4L(sealed)m00010
4Mno.32121
4Mm4.85.43.65.61.5
4M(sealed)m00000
4Hno.00102
4Hm00205.1
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nYYYYY
5aLno.00000
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.22222
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm00000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.64220
7L(length)m9.275.65.60
7Mno.02223
7M(length)m04.76.16.110.8
7Hno.00223
7H(length)m005.65.610.2
Map cracking8ano.3778
8am2850.63.53.54
Scaling8bno.00000
8bm200000
Polished aggregate9m200000
Popouts10no./m21.40.4000
Blowups11no.00000
Faulting12
Lane-shoulder dropoff13
Lane-shoulder separation14
OtherWP-Lno.31
WP-Mno.24
WP-Hno.00
CL-Lno.53
CL-Mno.02
CL-Hno.00
 
Longitudinal crackingTotalm221820.52221.5
Percent L272824525
Percent M7372323279
Percent H00441616
Transverse crackingTotalno.32233
Totalm4.85.45.66.66.6
Percent L 000150
Percent M 100100648523
Percent H 0036077
Spalling of transverse jointsTotalno.66666
Totalm9.211.717.317.321
Percent L1006032320
Percent M040353551
Percent H00323249
Table A3. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—section S2.
TypeIdentification codeUnit10/18/9412/12/9512/5/9610/9/9710/28/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm179.51111.56.5
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm1712.512.5817.5
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm00000
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.10015
4Lm10010
4L(sealed)m00010
4Mno.22000
4Mm5.37.2000
4M(sealed)m00000
4Hno.00222
4Hm007.27.27.2
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nYYYYY
5aLno.66666
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.22222
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm00000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.66331
7L(length)m1496.16.41.8
7Mno.00221
7M(length)m005.65.63
7Hno.00114
7H(length)m003.63.612
Map cracking8ano. 3459
8am284.11.41.83.96
Scaling8bno.00000
8bm200000
Polished aggregate9m200000
Popouts10no./m20.90000
Blowups11no.00000
Faulting12
Lane-shoulder dropoff13
Lane-shoulder separation14
OtherWP-Lno.31
WP-Mno.22
WP-Hno.02
CL-Lno.50
CL-Mno.05
CL-Hno.00
Longitudinal crackingTotalm342223.519.524
Percent L5043475927
Percent M5057534173
Percent H00000
Transverse crackingTotalno.32222
Totalm6.37.27.27.27.2
Percent L 1600150
Percent M 84100000
Percent H 00100100100
Spalling of transverse jointsTotalno.66666
Totalm14915.315.616.8
Percent L100100404111
Percent M00373618
Percent H00242371
Table A4. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—section M2.
TypeIdentification codeUnit10/18/9412/12/9512/5/9610/9/9710/28/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm111111155
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm897615.9
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm0046.58
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.53122
4Lm65.412.53
4L(sealed)m00022
4Mno.01333
4Mm015.96.16.3
4M(sealed)m00000
4Hno.00011
4Hm0001.52.1
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nYYYYY
5aLno.65555
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.22222
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm00000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.41110
7L(length)m6.21.81.81.80
7Mno.13312
7M(length)m1.55.810.237.2
7Hno.01133
7H(length)m01.53.510.710.8
Map cracking8ano. 5899
8am2932.13.755.57.3
Scaling8bno.00000
8bm200000
Polished aggregate9m200000
Popouts10no./m20.30000
Blowups11no.00000
Faulting12
Lane-shoulder dropoff13
Lane-shoulder separation14
OtherWP-Lno.41
WP-Mno.14
WP-Hno.00
CL-Lno.55
CL-Mno.00
CL-Hno.00
Longitudinal crackingTotalm19202227.528.9
Percent L5855505517
Percent M4245322255
Percent H0018240
Transverse crackingTotalno.54455
Totalm66.46.98.69.3
Percent L 10084142932
Percent M 016867168
Percent H 00000
Spalling of transverse jointsTotalno.55555
Totalm7.719.115.515.518
Percent L812012120
Percent M1964661940
Percent H016236960
Table A5. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—section SA1.
TypeIdentification codeUnit10/18/9412/12/9512/5/9610/9/9710/28/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm45.5877.4
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm119.59.51121.2
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm00008
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.67644
4Lm59.47.544.5
4L(sealed)m000 0
4Mno.21243
4Mm31.52.54.55.2
4M(sealed)m00000
4Hno.00011
4Hm0001.52.1
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nYYYYY
5aLno.66666
5aMno.02000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.22222
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm00000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.52100
7L(length)m16.26.12.500
7Mno.14465
7M(length)m3.813.614.421.618
7Hno.00101
7H(length)m003.603.6
Map cracking8ano. 68910
8am287.84.64.74.87
Scaling8bno.00000
8bm200000
Polished aggregate9m200000
Popouts10no./m210.3000
Blowups11no.00000
Faulting12
Lane-shoulder dropoff13
Lane-shoulder separation14
OtherWP-Lno.30
WP-Mno.25
WP-Hno.00
CL-Lno.30
CL-Mno.25
CL-Hno.00
Longitudinal crackingTotalm151517.51828.6
Percent L2737463926
Percent M7363546174
Percent H00000
Transverse crackingTotalno.88898
Totalm810.9101011.8
Percent L 6386754038
Percent M 3814254544
Percent H 0001518
Spalling of transverse jointsTotalno.66666
Totalm2019.720.521.621.6
Percent L81311200
Percent M19697010083
Percent H0018017
Table A6. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—section LO1.
TypeIdentification codeUnit10/18/9412/12/9512/5/9610/9/9710/28/98
Corner breaks1Lno. 1 0000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm151315.585.5
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm1.54.24.21225.1
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm00000
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.23311
4Lm23.53.30.80.8
4L(sealed)m00000
4Mno.00022
4Mm0002.75.1
4M(sealed)m00000
4Hno.00000
4Hm00000
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nYYYYY
5aLno.66666
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.22222
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm00000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.50000
7L(length)m17.70000
7Mno.16221
7M(length)m3.819.86.27.23.6
7Hno.00445
7H(length)m0014.414.418
Map cracking8ano. 8101313
8am2812.94.311.411.4
Scaling8bno.00000
8bm200000
Polished aggregate9m200000
Popouts10no./m20.40000
Blowups11no.00000
Faulting12
Lane-shoulder dropoff13
Lane-shoulder separation14
OtherWP-Lno.10
WP-Mno.45
WP-Hno.00
CL-Lno.31
CL-Mno.24
CL-Hno.00
Longitudinal crackingTotalm16.517.219.72030.6
Percent L9176794018
Percent M924216082
Percent H00000
Transverse crackingTotalno.23333
Totalm23.53.33.55.9
Percent L 1001001002314
Percent M 0007786
Percent H 00000
Spalling of transverse jointsTotalno.66666
Totalm21.519.820.621.621.6
Percent L820000
Percent M18100 303317
Percent H00706783
Table A7. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—control 2.
TypeIdentification codeUnit10/18/9412/12/9512/5/9610/9/9710/28/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm4.5810.58.512.4
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm001.51.515.5
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm00000
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.31111
4Lm411.31.31.3
4L(sealed)m00000
4Mno.01110
4Mm03.63.63.60
4M(sealed)m00000
4Hno.00001
4Hm00003.6
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nYYYYY
5aLno.66666
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.22222
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm00000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.62100
7L(length)m214.52.900
7Mno.04220
7M(length)m010.25.67.20
7Hno.00346
7H(length)m0010.614.421.6
Map cracking8ano.43111313
8am231.53.48.88.9
Scaling8bno.00000
8bm200000
Polished aggregate9m200000
Popouts10no./m20.61000
Blowups11no.00000
Faulting12
Lane-shoulder dropoff13
Lane-shoulder separation14
OtherWP-Lno.20
WP-Mno.33
WP-Hno.02
CL-Lno.50
CL-Mno.05
CL-Hno.00
Longitudinal crackingTotalm4.58121027.9
Percent L100100888544
Percent M00131556
Percent H00000
Transverse crackingTotalno.32222
Totalm44.64.94.94.9
Percent L 10022272727
Percent M 07873730
Percent H 000073
Spalling of transverse jointsTotalno.66666
Totalm2114.719.121.6 21.6
Percent L100311500
Percent M06929330
Percent H005567100
Table A8. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—section S1.
TypeIdentification codeUnit10/18/9412/12/9512/5/9610/9/9710/28/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm1012.51307.7
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm00013.521
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm00000
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.12220
4Lm11.32.32.30
4L(sealed)m00000
4Mno.65664
4Mm666.36.36.3
4M(sealed)m00000
4Hno.00001
4Hm00003.6
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nYYYYY
5aLno.66666
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.22222
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm00000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.60000
7L(length)m21.60000
7Mno.05110
7M(length)m014.72.53.60
7Hno.01556
7H(length)m03.6181821.6
Map cracking8ano.714151618
8am2611.87.815.216.1
Scaling8bno.00000
8bm200000
Polished aggregate9m200000
Popouts10no./m20.81000
Blowups11no.00000
Faulting12
Lane-shoulder dropoff13
Lane-shoulder separation14
OtherWP-Lno.00
WP-Mno.53
WP-Hno.02
CL-Lno.30
CL-Mno.25
CL-Hno.00
Longitudinal crackingTotalm1012.51313.528.7
Percent L100100100027
Percent M00010073
Percent H00000
Transverse crackingTotalno.77884
Totalm77.38.68.65.3
Percent L 141827270
Percent M 86827373100
Percent H 00000
Spalling of transverse jointsTotalno.66666
Totalm21.618.321.621.6 21.6
Percent L1000000
Percent M08017170
Percent H0208383100
Table A9. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—section L1.
TypeIdentification codeUnit10/18/9412/12/9512/5/9610/9/9710/28/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm5.57.8103.510.7
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm01.51.5720
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm00000
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.75544
4Lm866.654.7
4L(sealed)m02000
4Mno.02.5234
4Mm003.55.17.5
4M(sealed)m00000
4Hno.00001
4Hm00003.6
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nYYYYY
5aLno.66666
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.22222
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm00000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.60000
7L(length)m21.60000
7Mno.05330
7M(length)m017.710.610.87.2
7Hno.01336
7H(length)m03.69.210.821.6
Map cracking8ano.369913
8am223.54.54.26.2
Scaling8bno.00000
8bm200000
Polished aggregate9m200000
Popouts10no./m210000
Blowups11no.00000
Faulting12
Lane-shoulder dropoff13
Lane-shoulder separation14
OtherWP-Lno.00
WP-Mno.55
WP-Hno.00
CL-Lno.42
CL-Mno.13
CL-Hno.00
Longitudinal crackingTotalm5.59.311.510.530.7
Percent L10084873335
Percent M016136765
Percent H00000
Transverse crackingTotalno.77.5778
Totalm8610.110.112.2
Percent L 100100655039
Percent M 00355061
Percent H 00000
Spalling of transverse jointsTotalno.66666
Totalm21.621.319.821.621.6
Percent L1000000
Percent M08354500
Percent H0174650100
Table A10. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—control section 1.
TypeIdentification codeUnit10/18/9412/12/9512/5/9610/9/9710/28/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm141911413
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm0031018.8
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm000.80.80
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.54333
4Lm2.93.52.72.72.7
4L(sealed)m00000
4Mno.22111
4Mm7.37.2111.5
4M(sealed)m00222
4Hno.007.27.27.2
4Hm00003.6
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nYYYYY
5aLno.66666
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.22222
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm00000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.60000
7L(length)m21.20000
7Mno.06661
7M(length)m019.219.821.63.6
7Hno.00005
7H(length)m000018
Map cracking8ano.534911
8am2411.54.96
Scaling8bno.00000
8bm200000
Polished aggregate9m200000
Popouts10no./m210.8000
Blowups11no.00000
Faulting12
Lane-shoulder dropoff13
Lane-shoulder separation14
OtherWP-Lno.00
WP-Mno.54
WP-Hno.01
CL-Lno.41
CL-Mno.14
CL-Hno.00
Longitudinal crackingTotalm141914.814.831.8
Percent L100100742741
Percent M00206859
Percent H00550
Transverse crackingTotalno.76666
Totalm10.210.710.910.911.5
Percent L 2833252523
Percent M 72679913
Percent H 00666663
Spalling of transverse jointsTotalno.66666
Totalm21.219.219.821.621.6
Percent L1000000
Percent M010010010017
Percent H000083
Table A11. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—section M1.
TypeIdentification codeUnit10/18/9412/12/9512/5/9610/9/9710/28/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm61313411
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm0001424.7
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm00000
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.31422
4Lm4.51.53.41.61.6
4L(sealed)m00000
4Mno.13323
4Mm1.544.534
4M(sealed)m00000
4Hno.00000
4Hm00003.6
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nYYYYY
5aLno.55555
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.22222
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm00000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.53000
7L(length)m175.5000
7Mno.01431
7M(length)m0210.610.83.6
7Hno.01125
7H(length)m02.73.57.218
Map cracking8ano.912131516
8am27.58.77.813.314.9
Scaling8bno.00000
8bm200000
Polished aggregate9m200000
Popouts10no./m20.40.07000
Blowups11no.00000
Faulting12
Lane-shoulder dropoff13
Lane-shoulder separation14
OtherWP-Lno.50
WP-Mno.03
WP-Hno.02
CL-Lno.54
CL-Mno.01
CL-Hno.00
Longitudinal crackingTotalm613131835.7
Percent L1001001002231
Percent M0007869
Percent H00000
Transverse crackingTotalno.44745
Totalm65.57.94.65.6
Percent L 7527433529
Percent M 2573576571
Percent H 00000
Spalling of transverse jointsTotalno.55556
Totalm1710.214.11821.6
Percent L10054000
Percent M020756017
Percent H026254083

 


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