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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 C

Figure C1. Photographs showing typical areas of each section (Boron, CA).

The figures consist of 10 photographs of typical areas of each test section of the Boron test site. Photograph C-1-A shows two pictures of control section 1, C 1; photo C-1-B shows two photographs of methacrylate section 1, M1; photo C-1-C shows two photographs of methacrylate 2, M 2; photo C-1-D shows two photographs of control section 3, C 3; and photo C-1-E shows two photographs of methacrylate section 3, M 3.

(a) Control section 1 (C1)

The figures consist of 10 photographs of typical areas of each test section of the Boron test site. Photograph C-1-A shows two pictures of control section 1, C 1; photo C-1-B shows two photographs of methacrylate section 1, M1; photo C-1-C shows two photographs of methacrylate 2, M 2; photo C-1-D shows two photographs of control section 3, C 3; and photo C-1-E shows two photographs of methacrylate section 3, M 3.

(b) Methacrylate section 1 (M1)

The figures consist of 10 photographs of typical areas of each test section of the Boron test site. Photograph C-1-A shows two pictures of control section 1, C 1; photo C-1-B shows two photographs of methacrylate section 1, M1; photo C-1-C shows two photographs of methacrylate 2, M 2; photo C-1-D shows two photographs of control section 3, C 3; and photo C-1-E shows two photographs of methacrylate section 3, M 3.

(c) Methacrylate section 2 (M2)

The figures consist of 10 photographs of typical areas of each test section of the Boron test site. Photograph C-1-A shows two pictures of control section 1, C 1; photo C-1-B shows two photographs of methacrylate section 1, M1; photo C-1-C shows two photographs of methacrylate 2, M 2; photo C-1-D shows two photographs of control section 3, C 3; and photo C-1-E shows two photographs of methacrylate section 3, M 3.

(d) Control section 3 (C3)

The figures consist of 10 photographs of typical areas of each test section of the Boron test site. Photograph C-1-A shows two pictures of control section 1, C 1; photo C-1-B shows two photographs of methacrylate section 1, M1; photo C-1-C shows two photographs of methacrylate 2, M 2; photo C-1-D shows two photographs of control section 3, C 3; and photo C-1-E shows two photographs of methacrylate section 3, M 3.

(e) Methacrylate section 3 (M3)

Petrographic Report for Boron, CA, 1997

Two sections from each of the cores were cut and lapped. These sections were then soaked overnight, 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 0 times. All instances of cracks, alkali-silica gel, and deteriorated or reacted aggregate particles were counted.

Boron OH No. 1: The surface is worn and partially coated. This core is of smaller diameter than the other cores, and only 8 traverses were made. Twenty-two instances of cracks were counted, with no gel or distressed aggregate particles. The core is classified as slightly to moderately distressed. The core is poorly air-entrained with an estimated air content of 3 percent.

Core 97-C1-3: The surface is moderately worn with moderately frequent popouts over coarse and fine aggregate particles. One hundred ninety cracks and 67 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Eight coarse and 20 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of distress or reaction. The core is classified as severely distressed. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5.5 percent.

Core 97-C2-30: The surface is moderately worn with occasional popouts over aggregate particles. One hundred seventy-four cracks and 24 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Eleven coarse and 23 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of reaction or distress. The core is classified as severely distressed. It is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 6 percent.

Core 97-C2-32: The surface is worn and cracked with occasional popouts over aggregate particles. One hundred ninety cracks and 44 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Twenty six coarse and 30 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of distress or deterioration. The core is classified as severely distressed. It is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 6 percent.

Core 97-M1-33: The surface is worn with occasional popouts over aggregate particles. One hundred ninety-one cracks and 65 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Twenty-three coarse and 33 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of distress or reaction. The core is classified as severely distressed. It is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5.5 percent.

Core 97-M2-33: The surface is worn and partially coated. Popouts over aggregate particles are occasionally present. On hundred thirty-five cracks and 59 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Twenty-nine coarse and 24 fine aggregate particles show evidence of distress or reaction. The core is classified as moderately severely distressed. It is poorly air-entrained and with estimated air content of 3.5 percent.

Core 97-M3-32: The surface is worn and partially coated. Occasional popouts over aggregate particles are present. One hundred thirty-four cracks and 46 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Thirty-one coarse and 32 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is classified as moderately severely distressed. It is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 4 percent.

Petrographic Report for Boron, CA, 1998

Sections from each of the cores were cut and lapped. These sections were then soaked overnight, dried, and the entire lapped surface was traversed under a stereo microscope. Each lapped surface was divided into five or more (except the Boron OH cores) traverse areas and examined at magnifications of 10 to 30 times. Due to their smaller diameter (95.25 mm), the Boron OH cores were divided into 4 traverses. All instances of cracks, alkali-silica gel, and deteriorated or reacted aggregate particles were counted.

Boron OH-98-1: The wearing surface is moderately worn. Two cracks intercepting each other at approximate right angles are evident on the surface, and appear to have been repaired with an elastomeric material. The core is moderately severely distressed. Two macroscopic and 29 microcracks were counted. Twenty-one instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Seven coarse and 8 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is non-air-entrained with an estimated air content of 3 percent.

Boron OH-98-4: The wearing surface is moderately worn. Two cracks intercepting each other at approximate right angles are evident on the surface, and appear to have been repaired with an elastomeric material. The core is moderately severely distressed. One large and 29 microcracks were counted. Thirty-six instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Eleven coarse and 7 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of reaction or distress. The core is non-air-entrained with an estimated air content of 1.5 percent.

98-C1-40: The wearing surface is severely worn with frequently exposed fine aggregate particles. Two large cracks form a "Y" shaped intercept on the wearing surface. The core is severely distressed. Five large and 86 microcracks were counted, and 49 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Twenty-two coarse and 21 fine aggregate particles show evidence of distress or reaction. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 5 percent.

98-C1-42: the wearing surface is moderately severely worn with frequently exposed aggregate particles. Two distinct popouts over aggregate particles are present. The core is severely distressed. Sixty microcracks and 41 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Twenty-three coarse and 21 fine aggregate particles show evidence of distress or reaction. The core is airentrained with an estimated air content of 5 percent.

98-C3-41: The wearing surface is severely worn with frequently exposed aggregate particles and worn popouts. The core is severely distressed. Three large cracks, 50 microcracks, and 28 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Eleven coarse and 8 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is poorly air-entrained with an estimated air content that varies locally from 2 to 5 percent.

98-C3-42: The wearing surface is severely worn with frequently exposed fine aggregate particles. The core is severely distressed. Two large and 63 microcracks were counted, as were 14 instances of alkali-silica gel. Twelve coarse and 10 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 6 percent.

98-M1-41: The wearing surface is severely worn with frequently exposed aggregate particles.The core is moderately severely distressed. One large and 51 microcracks were counted, and 20 instances of alkali-silica gel were noted. Nine coarse and nine fine aggregate particles showed evidence of distress or reaction. The core is marginally air entrained with an estimated air content of 4 percent.

98-M1-42: The wearing surface is severely worn with frequently exposed aggregate particles.The core is severely distressed. Six major and 84 microcracks were counted, and there were 32 occurrences of alkali-silica gel. Seventeen coarse and 15 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of reaction or distress. The core is poorly air-entrained with an estimated air content of 3.5 percent.

98-M2-40B: The wearing surface is severely worn. Aggregate particles are frequently exposed and polished. The core is severely distressed. Three major and 72 microcracks were counted, and there were 12 instances of alkali-silica gel. Twelve coarse and seven fine aggregate particles show evidence of distress or reaction. The core is marginally air-entrained with an estimated air content of 4 percent.

98-M2-41: The wearing surface is severely worn. Aggregate particles are frequently exposed and polished. The core is severely distressed. Three major and 89 microcracks were counted, as well as 23 occurrences of alkali-silica gel. Eighteen coarse and 16 fine aggregate particles show evidence of reaction or distress. The core is marginally air-entrained with an estimated air content of 4.5 percent.

98-M3-41: The wearing surface is severely worn, with very frequently exposed and polished aggregate particles. The core is moderately severely distressed. Sixty-six microcracks and 29 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted. Fourteen coarse and 7 fine aggregate particles show evidence of distress or reaction. The core is air-entrained and has an estimated air content of 8 percent.

98-M3-42: The wearing surface is severely worn, with very frequently exposed and polished aggregate particles. The core is moderately severely distressed. Sixty-seven microcracks and 24 instances of alkali-silica gel were counted,. Ten coarse and 13 fine aggregate particles showed evidence of reaction or distress. The core is air-entrained with an estimated air content of 6 percent.

Table C1. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—C1-boron.
TypeIdentification codeUnit2/28/9511/8/9512/9/9610/14/979/29/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm00000
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm00000
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm00000
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.00000
4Lm00000
4L(sealed)m00000
4Mno.00000
4Mm00000
4M(sealed)m00000
4Hno.00000
4Hm00000
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nNNNNN
5Alno.00000
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.00000
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm10000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.320000
7L(length)m1170000
7Mno.13111174
7M(length)m3.7113.340.267.214.6
7Hno.02221629
7H(length)m07.480.258.5106.1
Map cracking
(for 2/28/95 survey, the 8aL and
8aM amounts were combined
due to grading rule changes)
8aLno.remainderremainderremainderremainderremainder
8aLm2524.5499.0496.5449.4387.3
8aMno.3259475139
8aMm232.956.340.574.886.3
8aHno.02191527
8aHm202.120.433.283.8
Flexible patch deterioration15fLno.40777
15fLm20.500.30.30.3
15fMno.10000
15fMm20.10000
15fHno.03111
15fHm200.40.10.10.1
Rigid patch deterioration15rLno.10111
15rLm20.100.10.10.1
15rMno.00111
15rMm2000.10.10.1
15rHno.00111
15rHm2000.30.30.3
Bleeding and pumping16no.00000
16m00000
OtherWP-Lno.00000
WP-Mno.27061010
WP-Hno.532262222
CL-Lno.260310
CL-Mno.632222626
CL-Hno.00756
Total joint length at level
(from sheet 6)
Lm117.862.533.830.80.0
Mm2.453.376.582.699.1
Hm0.54.910.47.622.2
 
Total joint length
(from sheet 6)
Totalm 120.7120.7120.7008121121.3
Percent L985228250
Percent M244636882
Percent H049618
Map crackingTotalno.00000
Totalm557.4182557.4182557.4182557.4182557.4182
Percent L9490898169
Percent M61071315
Percent H004615
Spalling of transverse joints
(using 10 rule)
Totalno.3333333333
Totalm120.7120.7120.4125.7120.7
Percent L970000
Percent M394335312
Percent H06674788
Table C2. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—C2-boron.
TypeIdentification codeUnit2/28/9511/8/9512/9/9610/14/979/29/98
Corner breaks1Lno.not tested  00
1Mno.not tested  00
1Hno.not tested  00
Durability cracking2Lno.not tested  00
2Lm2not tested  00
2Mno.not tested  00
2Mm2not tested  00
2Hno.not tested  00
2Hm2not tested  00
Longitudinal cracking3Lmnot tested  00
3L(sealed)mnot tested  00
3Mmnot tested  00
3M(sealed)mnot tested  00
3Hmnot tested  00
3H(sealed)mnot tested  00
Transverse cracking4Lno.not tested  00
4Lmnot tested  00
4L(sealed)mnot tested  00
4Mno.not tested  00
4Mmnot tested  00
4M(sealed)mnot tested  00
4Hno.not tested  00
4Hmnot tested  00
4H(sealed)mnot tested  00
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nnot tested  NN
5Alno.not tested  00
5aMno.not tested  00
5aHno.not tested  00
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.not tested  00
5bmnot tested  00
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lmnot tested  00
6Mmnot tested  00
6Hmnot tested  00
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.not tested  00
7L(length)mnot tested  00
7Mno.not tested  3337
7M(length)mnot tested  120.7898.82
7Hno.not tested  06
7H(length)mnot tested   021.96
Map cracking
(for 2/28/95 survey, the 8aL and
8aM amounts were combined
due to grading rule changes)
8aLno.not tested  remainderremainder
8aLm2not tested  505.2982387.3
8aMno.not tested  6566
8aMm2not tested  52.1253.51
8aHno.not tested  00
8aHm2not tested  00
Flexible patch deterioration15fLno.not tested  00
15fLm2not tested  00
15fMno.not tested  0 0
15fMm2not tested   0 0
15fHno.not tested  0 0
15fHm2not tested   0 0
Rigid patch deterioration15rLno.not tested   00
15rLm2not tested  00
15rMno.not tested  0 0
15rMm2not tested  00
15rHno.not tested  00
15rHm2not tested  00
Bleeding and pumping16no.not tested  0 0
16mnot tested  00
OtherWP-Lno.not tested  00
WP-Mno.not tested  32 32
WP-Hno.not tested  00
CL-Lno.not tested  85
CL-Mno.not tested  2427
CL-Hno.not tested  0 0
Total joint length at level
(from sheet 6)
Lmnot tested  60.78.84
Mmnot tested  60.0 109.73
Hmnot tested   0 21.3
 
Total joint length
(from sheet 6)
Totalm     120.7120.7
Percent L    50.37.3
Percent M    49.790.9
Percent H    0.01.8
Map crackingTotalno.   00
Totalm   557.4182557.4182
Percent L    9190
Percent M    910
Percent H    00
Spalling of transverse joints
(using 10 rule)
Totalno.   3333
Totalm   120.78120.78
Percent L    00
Percent M    10082
Percent H    05
Table C3. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—C3-boron.
TypeIdentification codeUnit2/28/9511/8/9512/9/9610/14/979/29/98
Corner breaks1Lno.not tested0000
1Mno.not tested0000
1Hno.not tested0000
Durability cracking2Lno.not tested0000
2Lm2not tested0000
2Mno.not tested0000
2Mm2not tested0000
2Hno.not tested0000
2Hm2not tested0000
Longitudinal cracking3Lmnot tested0000
3L(sealed)mnot tested0000
3Mmnot tested0000
3M(sealed)mnot tested0000
3Hmnot tested0000
3H(sealed)mnot tested0000
Transverse cracking4Lno.not tested0000
4Lmnot tested0000
4L(sealed)mnot tested0000
4Mno.not tested0000
4Mmnot tested0000
4M(sealed)mnot tested0000
4Hno.not tested0000
4Hmnot tested0000
4H(sealed)mnot tested0000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nnot testedNNNN
5Alno.not tested0000
5aMno.not tested0000
5aHno.not tested0000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.not tested0000
5bmnot tested0000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lmnot tested6.8121212
6Mmnot tested0000
6Hmnot tested0000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.not tested321920
7L(length)mnot tested11769.57.320
7Mno.not tested0133032
7M(length)mnot tested047.5109.8117
7Hno.not tested0000
7H(length)mnot tested0000
Map cracking
(for 2/28/95 survey, the 8aL and
8aM amounts were combined
due to grading rule changes)
8aLno.not tested remainderremaniderremainderremainder
8aLm2not tested557.4182547.6182531.4982509.1082
8aMno.not tested0355066
8aMm2not tested09.825.9248.31
8aHno.not tested0000
8aHm2not tested0000
Flexible patch deterioration15fLno.not tested0000
15fLm2not tested0000
15fMno.not tested000 0
15fMm2not tested000 0
15fHno.not tested000 0
15fHm2not tested000 0
Rigid patch deterioration15rLno.not tested0000
15rLm2not tested0000
15rMno.not tested000 0
15rMm2not tested0000
15rHno.not tested0000
15rHm2not tested0000
Bleeding and pumping16no.not tested000 0
16mnot tested0000
OtherWP-Lno.not tested2510
WP-Mno.not tested31283229
WP-Hno.not tested0004
CL-Lno.not tested3230304
CL-Mno.not tested13329
CL-Hno.not tested000 0
Total joint length at level
(from sheet 6)
Lmnot tested117100.780.62.4
Mmnot tested016.336.4 114.3
Hmnot tested0000.3
 
Total joint length
(from sheet 6)
Totalm011711711.7117
Percent L 010086.168.92.1
Percent M 0013.931.197.7
Percent H 000.00.00.3
Map crackingTotalno.00000
Totalm0557.4182557.4182557.4182557.4182
Percent L 0100989591
Percent M 00259
Percent H 00000
Spalling of transverse joints
(using 10 rule)
Totalno.032323232
Totalm0117117117.12117
Percent L 01005960
Percent M 004194100
Percent H 00005
Table C4. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—M1-boron.
TypeIdentification codeUnit2/28/9511/8/9512/9/9610/14/979/29/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm00000
3L(sealed)m00000
3Mm00000
3M(sealed)m00000
3Hm00000
3H(sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.00000
4Lm00000
4L(sealed)m00000
4Mno.00000
4Mm00000
4M(sealed)m00000
4Hno.00000
4Hm00000
4H(sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nNNNNN
5Alno.00000
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. Sealedno.00000
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm6.10000
6Mm00000
6Hm00000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.290000
7L(length)m106.10.00.00.00.0
7Mno.232323024
7M(length)m7.3117.0117.0109.887.8
7Hno.00028
7H(length)m0.00.00.07.329.3
Map cracking
(for 2/28/95 survey, the 8aL and
8aM amounts were combined
due to grading rule changes)
8aLno.remainderremainderremainderremainderremainder
8aLm2510.0182511.1182506.6182481.1482456.5282
8aMno.2661606364
8aMm238.546.349.176.27100.89
8aHno.50100
8aHm28.901.700
Flexible patch deterioration15fLno.10000
15fLm20.20000
15fMno.00000
15fMm200000
15fHno.00000
15fHm200000
Rigid patch deterioration15rLno.00222
15rLm2000.30.30.3
15rMno.00000
15rMm200000
15rHno.00000
15rHm200000
Bleeding and pumping16no.00000
16m00000
OtherWP-Lno.103220
WP-Mno.3233301133
WP-Hno.00000
CL-Lno.311333338
CL-Mno.2200025
CL-Hno.00000
Total joint length at level
(from sheet 6)
Lm119.139.664.652.728.7
Mm1.680.555.563.783.8
Hm0.00.00.60.64.6
 
Total joint length
(from sheet 6)
Totalm117117117117117
Percent L10234554525
Percent M169475472
Percent H00114
Map crackingTotalno.00000
Totalm557.4182557.4182557.4182557.4182557.4182
Percent L9192918682
Percent M7891418
Percent H20000
Spalling of transverse joints
(using 10 rule)
Totalno.3132323232
Totalm113.4117117117.12117.12
Percent L940000
Percent M61001009475
Percent H000625
Table C5. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—M2-boron.
TypeIdentification codeUnit2/28/9511/8/9512/9/9610/14/979/29/98
Corner breaks1Lno.00000
1Mno.00000
1Hno.00000
Durability cracking2Lno.00000
2Lm200000
2Mno.00000
2Mm200000
2Hno.00000
2Hm200000
Longitudinal cracking3Lm00000
3L (sealed)m00000
3Mm00000
3M (sealed)m00000
3Hm00000
3H (sealed)m00000
Transverse cracking4Lno.00000
4Lm00000
4L (sealed)m00000
4Mno.00000
4Mm00000
4M (sealed)m00000
4Hno.00000
4Hm00000
4H (sealed)m00000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nNNNNN
5aLno.00000
5aMno.00000
5aHno.00000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. sealedno.00000
5bm00000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lm10000
6Mm10000
6Hm10000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.320300
7L (length)m82.301100
7Mno.032293231
7M (length)m063.4106.1117.1113.5
7Hno.00001
7H (length)m00003.7
Map cracking
(for 2/28/95 survey, the 8aL and
8aM amounts were combined
due to grading rule changes)
8aLno.remainderremainderremainderremainderremainder
8aLm2510.8527.7521.4509.0505.6
8aMno.3039525552
8aMm244.429.736.048.551.9
8aHno.20000
8aHm22.20.00.00.00.0
Flexible patch deterioration15fLno.00000
15fLm200000
15fMno.00000
15fMm200000
15fHno.00000
15fHm200000
Rigid patch deterioration15rLno.00000
15rLm200000
15rMno.00000
15rMm200000
15rHno.00000
15rHm200000
Bleeding and pumping16no.00000
16m00000
OtherWP-Lno.0017190
WP-Mno.3233151433
WP-Hno.10100
CL-Lno.3333303327
CL-Mno.00306
CL-Hno.00000
Total joint length at level
(from sheet 6)
Lm80.717.481.770.641.0
Mm1.646.035.446.275.7
Hm0.00.00.00.00.3
 
Total joint length
(from sheet 6)
Totalm82.363.4117.0432116.8117
Percent L-9827706035
Percent M-273304065
Percent H-00000
Map crackingTotalno.00000
Totalm557.4182557.4182557.4182557.4182557.4182
Percent L-91.694.793.591.390.7
Percent M-8.05.36.58.79.3
Percent H-0.40.00.00.00.0
Spalling of transverse joints
(using 10 rule)
Totalno.3232323232
Totalm82.363.4117.1117.1117.1
Percent L-1000900
Percent M-01009110097
Percent H-00001
Table C6. Summary of LTPP survey sheets for ASR investigation—M3-boron.
TypeIdentification codeUnit2/28/9511/8/9512/9/9610/14/979/29/98
Corner breaks1Lno.not tested0000
1Mno.not tested0000
1Hno.not tested0000
Durability cracking2Lno.not tested0000
2Lm2not tested0000
2Mno.not tested0000
2Mm2not tested0000
2Hno.not tested0000
2Hm2not tested0000
Longitudinal cracking3Lmnot tested0000
3L (sealed)mnot tested0000
3Mmnot tested0000
3M (sealed)mnot tested0000
3Hmnot tested0000
3H (sealed)mnot tested0000
Transverse cracking4Lno.not tested0000
4Lmnot tested0000
4L (sealed)mnot tested0000
4Mno.not tested0000
4Mmnot tested0000
4M (sealed)mnot tested0000
4Hno.not tested0000
4Hmnot tested0000
4H (sealed)mnot tested0000
Transverse joint seal damageSealedy/nnot testedNNNN
5aLno.not tested0000
5aMno.not tested0000
5aHno.not tested0000
Longitudinal joint seal damageNo. sealedno.not tested0000
5bmnot tested0000
Spalling of longitudinal joints6Lmnot tested2.7222
6Mmnot tested0000
6Hmnot tested0000
Spalling of transverse joints7Lno.not tested816141
7L (length)mnot tested5.126.251.23.7
7Mno.not tested12161929
7M (length)mnot tested1329.669.5106.1
7Hno.not tested0003
7H (length)mnot tested00011.0
Map cracking8aLno.not testedremainderremainderremainderremainder
8aLm2not tested551.7182551.0182551.0182534.1982
8aMno.not tested6171743
8aMm2not tested5.76.46.423.22
8aHno.not tested0000
8aHm2not tested0000
Flexible patch deterioration15fLno.not tested0000
15fLm2not tested0000
15fMno.not tested0000
15fMm2not tested0000
15fHno.not tested0000
15fHm2not tested0000
Rigid patch deterioration15rLno.not tested0000
15rLm2not tested0000
15rMno.not tested0000
15rMm2not tested0000
15rHno.not tested0000
15rHm2not tested0000
Bleeding and pumping16no.not tested0000
16mnot tested0000
OtherWP-Lno.not tested 313117
WP-Mno.not tested 2317
WP-Hno.not tested 000
CL-Lno.not tested 333330
CL-Mno.not tested 306
CL-Hno.not tested 014
Total joint length at level
(from sheet 6)
Lmnot tested7.943.281682.982.6
Mmnot tested1410.058412.537.2
Hmnot tested0009
 
Total joint length
(from sheet 6)
Totalm021.953.3495.4120.7
Percent L-036818768
Percent M-064191331
Percent H-00001
Map crackingTotalno.00000
Totalm0557.4182557.4182557.4182557.4182
Percent L-099999996
Percent M-01114
Percent H-00000
Spalling of transverse joints
(using 10 rule)
Totalno.020323333
Totalm018.155.8120.78120.78
Percent L-02847423
Percent M-072535888
Percent H-00009

 


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