Guidelines for improving full-depth repair of PCC pavements in Wisconsin
Darter, Michael I.
Wisconsin Highway Research Program
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This document presents recommendations for improving full-depth repair of portland cement concrete (PCC) pavements in Wisconsin. It is not intended to be used as a standard by itself, but rather as a supplement to current specifications for PCC pavement repair throughout the state. These recommendations were developed using information available from existing Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) guidelines, research conducted or sponsored by transportation agencies in Wisconsin, and published national and regional literature pertaining to the design, construction, and field surveys of PCC pavement full-depth repair projects in Wisconsin.
Cracking of concrete pavements
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