Guide to Concrete Overlays Third Edition by Dale Harrington and Gary Fick

Guide to Concrete Overlays by by Harrington and Fick

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Contents of Concrete Overlays Guide

  • Two Concrete Overlay (Resurfacing) Options
  • Bonded Overlay Option
  • Unbonded Overlay Option
  • Benefits of Concrete Overlays
  • History of Concrete Resurfacing
  • Improvements in Concrete Resurfacing Technology
  • Sustainability
  • Asset Management through Resurfacing Solutions
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Minor Rehabilitation
  • Major Rehabilitation
  • Lessons Learned from Recent Concrete Overlay Projects
  • Project Evaluation and Selection
  • Concrete Overlay Design
  • Plans and Specifications
  • Sequence of Construction and Maintenance of Traffic
  • Concrete Overlay Construction
  • Ch Evaluating Pavements and Selecting Solutions
  • Pavement Evaluation Process
  • Historical Data and Future Projections (Desk Review)
  • Visual Examination (On-site Review)
  • Existing Support and Localized Distress
  • Vertical Constraints
  • Profile Grade
  • Pavement Coring
  • Optional Analyses
  • Deflection Testing
  • Alternative Means of Determining Support Conditions
  • Roughness and Surface Friction Tests
  • Condition Assessment Profile
  • Pavement Evaluation Report
  • Selecting Appropriate Concrete Overlay Solution
  • Ch Overview of Concrete Overlay Options
  • Bonded Concrete Overlay on Asphalt Pavements
  • Application and Uses
  • Performance
  • Keys to Success
  • Overlay Process
  • Pavement Evaluation
  • Overlay Design
  • Construction
  • Future Repairs
  • Key Resources
  • Bonded Concrete Overlay on Composite Pavements
  • Application and Uses
  • Performance
  • Keys to Success
  • Overlay Process
  • Pavement Evaluation
  • Overlay Design
  • Construction
  • Future Repairs
  • Key Resources
  • Bonded Concrete Overlay on Concrete Pavements
  • Application and Uses
  • Performance
  • Keys to Success
  • Overlay Process
  • Pavement Evaluation
  • Overlay Design
  • Construction
  • Future Repairs
  • Key Resources
  • Unbonded Concrete Overlay on Asphalt Pavements
  • Application and Uses
  • Performance
  • Keys to Success
  • Overlay Process
  • Pavement Evaluation
  • Overlay Design
  • Construction
  • Future Repairs
  • Key Resources
  • Unbonded Concrete Overlay on Composite Pavements
  • Application and Uses
  • Performance
  • Keys to Success
  • Overlay Process
  • Pavement Evaluation
  • Overlay Design
  • Construction
  • Future Repairs
  • Key Resources
  • Guide to Concrete Overlays
  • Contents, continued
  • Unbonded Concrete Overlay on Concrete Pavements
  • Application and Uses
  • Performance
  • Keys to Success
  • Overlay Process
  • Pavement Evaluation
  • Overlay Design
  • Construction
  • Future Repairs
  • Key Resources
  • Ch Concrete Overlay Design
  • Concrete Overlay Design Variables
  • Existing Pavement Characterization
  • Surface Considerations
  • Structural Considerations
  • Traffic Characterization
  • Material Properties
  • Climatic Factors
  • Distress Mode
  • Thickness Design Selection
  • Background of Design Methodologies
  • ACPA BCOA Method
  • BCOA-ME Method
  • AASHTO Guide Method
  • AASHTO Pavement ME Design Guide Method
  • ACPA Street Pave Method
  • Slabs with Optimized Geometry and Opti Pave ™ Design
  • Software
  • Design Considerations for Bonded Overlay Systems
  • Bonded Overlays of Asphalt and Composite Pavements
  • Bonded Overlays of Concrete Pavements
  • Design Considerations for Unbonded Overlay Systems
  • Unbonded Overlays of Concrete Pavements
  • Suitability of Existing Pavement as a Base
  • Interlayer
  • Drainage of Interlayer
  • Joint Design
  • Unbonded Overlays of Asphalt Pavements
  • Unbonded Overlays of Composite Pavements
  • Plan Development
  • Engineering Survey
  • Survey Methods
  • Laser Scanning
  • Measurement and Payment Items for Concrete Overlays
  • Establishing Plan Quantity for Overlay Concrete
  • Typical Costs of Concrete Overlays
  • Miscellaneous Design Details
  • Curb and Gutter Details
  • Leaving the Existing Curb in Place
  • Removing Curb and Gutter
  • Overlay Curb
  • Vertical Grade Changes
  • Overhead Clearance
  • Barriers and Rails
  • Safety Edge
  • Cross Road Drainage Structures
  • Cross Slope and Super elevation
  • In-place Pavement Structures
  • Plate Dowel Details
  • Corrosion Resistance
  • Plate Dowel Installation for Construction Joints Formed with a
  • Bulkhead (Form)
  • Plate Dowel Installation in Slip form or Full-depth Saw Cut
  • (Butt-type) Construction Joints
  • Dowel Installation for Contraction Joints
  • Transitions
  • Mill and Fill Transitions for Bonded Concrete Overlays
  • Transition Details for Bonded Concrete Overlays
  • Transition Details for Unbonded Concrete Overlays
  • Widening and Lane Addition
  • Typical Drainage Outlets for Interlayers
  • Rural Conditions
  • Urban Conditions
  • Ch Concrete Overlay Materials and Mixtures
  • Primary Concrete Materials
  • Cementitious Materials
  • Aggregates
  • Admixtures
  • Conventional Concrete Mixtures
  • Low w/cm Ratio
  • Adequate Air Void System
  • Accelerated Mixtures
  • Other Materials
  • Structural Fibers for Concrete Overlays
  • Separation Layer Materials
  • Asphalt Separation Layer
  • Nonwoven Geotextile Separation Layer
  • Guide to Concrete Overlays vii
  • Contents, continued
  • Dowel Bars and Tie bars
  • Joint Sealant
  • Curing Compound
  • Ch Concrete Overlay Strategies in Work Zones
  • Objectives of Work Zone Management
  • Safety
  • Traffic Flow
  • Cost Effectiveness
  • Work Zone Space Considerations
  • Conventional Paving Equipment Clearances
  • Reducing Clearances
  • Other Clearances
  • Construction Traffic Control
  • Concrete Overlay Staging
  • Two-Lane Highway under Traffic
  • Temporary Safety Fillet
  • Pilot Cars for Continuous Production
  • Examples of Staging Sequences
  • Two-Lane Highway Expanded to Three Lanes under Traffic
  • Four-Lane Divided Highway without Crossovers and under
  • Traffic
  • Ch Construction of Concrete Overlays
  • Key Points for Concrete Overlay Construction
  • Bonded Overlays: Ensuring Proper Bond
  • Unbonded Overlays: Installation of Geotextile Interlayer Fabric
  • Placing Dowel Baskets
  • Curing Concrete Overlays
  • Sawing Joints
  • Accelerated Construction
  • Opening Overlay to Traffic
  • Minimizing Early Loading Fatigue Damage
  • Strength Conversions
  • Strength Criteria for Opening Bonded Overlay Systems
  • Bonded on Concrete
  • Bonded on Asphalt
  • Strength Criteria for Opening Unbonded Overlay Systems
  • Repairs of Concrete Overlays
  • Repairs of Bonded or Thin Unbonded Concrete Overlays
  • Repairs of Full-Depth Unbonded Concrete Overlays
  • Appendix A Evaluation and Selection Tables
  • Appendix B Reconstruction Options for Concrete
  • In-place Recycled Concrete as a Processed Base Material
  • Rubblization of Concrete Pavement
  • Crack and Seat (Not Recommended)
  • Appendix C Fiber Reinforcement
  • Why Fibers?
  • Types of Fibers
  • High-volume Macro Synthetic Fiber Mixtures
  • Construction Considerations When Using Fibers
  • Appendix D Laser Scanning Survey
  • Roadway Surface -D Laser Scanning
  • Scanning Applications to Pavements
  • Planning Items to Be Considered
  • Data Analysis
  • Static Scanning Operation
  • Mobile -D Laser Scanning
  • Mobile Mapping Operations
  • Appendix E Factors for Constructing Concrete
  • Overlays Under Traffic
  • Appendix F Stringless Paving Operation
  • Horizontal and Vertical Control Requirements and System
  • Limitations
  • Three-step Process for Stringless Paving
  • Existing Stringless Control Systems
  • System No
  • System No
  • System No
  • Stringless System Equipment Selection Criteria
  • Appendix G Considerations for Developing Project
  • and Supplemental Specifications
  • General
  • Contractor Submittal Considerations
  • Scheduling and Conflicts
  • Limitations of Operations
  • Method of Measurement and Basis of Payment
  • Materials
  • Separation Layer for Unbonded Overlays
  • Construction
  • Preoverlay Repairs
  • Bonded Concrete Overlays Over Concrete
  • Bonded Concrete Overlays Over Asphalt
  • Unbonded Overlays Over Concrete
  • Unbonded Concrete Overlays Over Asphalt
  • viii Guide to Concrete Overlays
  • Contents, continued
  • Surface Cleaning
  • Bonded Concrete Overlays Over Concrete or Asphalt
  • Unbonded Concrete Overlays Over Concrete or Asphalt
  • Concrete Placement
  • Grade Control
  • Overlay Placement
  • Liquid Membrane Curing
  • Joint Sawing
  • General
  • Joint Width
  • Joint Seal
  • Timing
  • Bonded Overlays Over Concrete
  • Bonded Overlays Over Asphalt
  • Unbonded Overlays
  • Appendix H Suggested Owner-Contractor Meetings
  • to Ensure a Quality Product
  • Prebid Meeting Check List
  • Prebid Meeting
  • Prepour/Preconstruction Review Checklist
  • Concrete Overlay Construction
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