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  • ENGINEER MANUAL EM 1110-3-142 April 1984

    ENGINEERING AND DESIGN

    AIRFIELD RIGID PAVEMENT

    MOBILIZATION CONSTRUCTION

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    DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS

    OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF ENGINEERS

  • DAEN-ECE-G

    Engineer Marual No. 1110-.3-142

    DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

    Washington, D.C. 20314

    Engineering and Design AIRFIELD RIGID PAVEMENT

    Mobilization Construction

    EM 1110-3-142

    9 April 1984

    1. Purpose. This marual provides guidance for the design of Army airfield rigid pavement at U.S. Army mobilization installations.

    2. Applicability. This manual is applicable to all field operating activities having mobilization construction responsibilities.

    3. Discussion. Criteria and standards presented herein apply to construction considered crucial to a mobilization effort. These requirements may be altered when necessary to satisfy special conditions on the basis of good engineering practice consistent with the nature of the construction. Design and construction of mobilization facilities must be completed within 180 days from the date notice to proceed is given with the projected life expectancy of five years. Hence~ rapid construction of _a facility should be reflected in its design. Time-consuming methods and procedures, normally preferred over quicker methods for better quality, should be de-emphasized. Lesser grade materials should be substituted for higher grade materials when the lesser grade materials would provide satisfactory service and when use of higher grade materials would extend construction time. Work items not immediately necessary for the adequate functioning of the facility should be deferred until such time as they can be completed without delaying the mobilization effort.

    FOR THE COMMANDER:

    Colo Chief

    Corps of Engineers. Staff

  • DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY U. S. Army Corps of Engineers

    Washington, D. C. 20314

    Engineer Manual No. 1110-3-142

    CHAPTER 1.

    CHAPTER 2.

    CHAPTER 3.

    CHAPTER 4.

    Engineering and Design AIRFIELD RIGID PAVEMENT

    Mobilization Construction

    INTRODUCTION

    Purpose and scope ... General ................. ...... . Definitions and symbols ... Investigations preliminary to pavement design ......

    Sub grade ...................... . Base courses ........... Membrane-encapsulated soil

    layer (MESL) ...... Soil stabilization or

    mod if ica tion . ................ . Evaluation of foundation

    support .. .................... . Con ere te ...................... . Econocrete . ................... .

    JOINTED CONCRETE (JC) PAVEMENT DESIGN

    Uses . Thickness design curves ...... Jointing ...................... . Special joints and junctures ...

    JOINTED REINFORCED CONCRETE (JRC) PAVEMENT DESIGN

    Uses . Reduced thickness design .... Reinforcement to control pave-

    ment cracking .... ............ . JRC pavements in frost areas . Reinforcement steel ... Jointing ...................... .

    JOINTED FIBROUS CONCRETE (JFC) PAVEMENT DESIGN

    Basis of design ......

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    EM 1110-3-142

    9 April 1984

    Paragraph Page

    1-1 1-2 1-3

    1-4 1-5 1-6

    1-7

    1-8

    1-9 1-10 1-11

    2-1 2-2 2-3 2-4

    3-1 3-2

    3-3 3-4 3-5 3-6

    4-1

    1-1 1-1 1-1

    1-5 1-5 1-7

    1-8

    1-9

    1-9 1-10 1-14

    2-1 2-1 2-1 2-20

    3-1 3-1

    3-4 3-6 3-7 3-10

    4-1

  • EM 1110-.;3142 9 Apr 84

    CHAPTER 5.

    CHAPTER 6.

    APPENDIX A.

    Figure 1-1. 1-2.

    1-3.

    1.:..4. 2-1. 2-2. 2-3. 2-4.

    uses .. ........................ . Mix proportioning co~sid~tations ........ ~ ..

    Thickness determination ..... Allowable deflection for JFC

    pa vemen t ..... ,, ............... . Jointing ...................... .

    OVERLAY PAVEMENT DESIGN

    General ....................... . Site investigations .... Preparation of existing

    paVement . ........ Condition of existing rigid

    pavement .............. Rigid overlay of existing rigid

    pavement .... ................ Rigid overlay of existing

    flexible or existing composite pavement .......... , .

    Nonrigid overlay of existing rigid pavement ...............

    Overlays in frost regions ....

    RIGID PAVEMENT INLAY DESIGN

    General ....................... . Rigid inlays in existing flexible pavement ............

    Rigid inlays in existing rigid pavement .............

    REFERENCES

    LIST OF FIGURES

    Types of rigid pavement.

    Paragraph Pag'e

    4-2 4~1

    4-3 4-1 4-4 4-2

    4-"5 4-2 4-6 4-13

    5~1 5-1 5,-2 5-1

    5~3 5-1

    5~4 5~2

    s~s 5'-4

    5~6 5-7

    5-7 5-7 5~8 5-9

    6-1 6-1

    6-1

    6-3 6-3

    A-1

    Approximate interrelationships of soil tlassification and bearing values.

    Effect of base or subbase thickness on modu1 us of soil reaction.

    Composite modulus of soil reaction. JC pavement design curves for Army Class I pavemen,ts. JC pavement design curves fot Army Class 1I ):>avements. JC pavement design curves for Army Class III pavements. Pavement design curves for shoulders.

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  • Figure 2-5.

    2-6.

    2-7.

    2-8.

    2-9. 2-10. 2-11. 2-12. 2-13. 3-1. 3-2.

    3-3. 3-4. 3-5. 3-6. 4-1.

    4-2.

    4-3.

    4-4.

    4-5.

    4-6.

    4-7

    4-8. 4-9. 4-10. 5-l. 6-1.

    6-2.

    Table 1-1. 2-1. 2-2.

    3-1. 4-1.

    EM 1110-3-142 9 Apr 84

    JC pavement pavements.

    design curves for Air Force light-load

    JC pavement pavements.

    design curves for Air Force medium-load

    JC pavement pavements.

    design curves for Air Force heavy-load

    JC pavement design curves for Air Force pavements.

    Contraction joints for JC pavements. Construction joints for JC pavements. Expansion joints for JC pavements. Typical jointing.

    short

    Design of rigid-flexible pavement juncture.

    field

    Jointed reinforced concrete pavement design. Typical layouts showing reinforcement of odd-shaped slabs and mismatched joints.

    Reinforcement steel details. Contraction joints for JRC pavements. Construction joints for JRC pavements. Expansion joints for JRC pavements. Fibrous concrete pavement design curves for Army Class I

    pavements. Fibrous concrete pavement design curves for Army Class II pavements.

    Fibrous concrete pavement design curves for Army Class III pavements.

    Fibrous concrete pavement design curves for Air Force light-load pavements.

    Fibrous concrete pavement design curves for Air Force medium-load pavements.

    Fibrous concrete pavement design curves for Air Force heavy-load pavements.

    Fibrous concrete pavement design curves for Air Force short field pavements.

    Deflection curves for Class I pavements. Deflection curves for Class II pavements. Deflection curves for Class III pavements. Condition factor F versus modulus of soil reaction k. Typical 75-foot-wide rigid pavement inlay in existing flexible pavement.

    Typical rigid pavement inlay in existing rigid pavement.

    LIST OF TABLES

    Pavement loading classifications. Recommended spacing of transverse contraction joints, nowel size and spacing for construction, contraction, and

    expansion joints. Welded wire fabrics. Limiting elastic deflections for JFC pavements.

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  • CHAPTER 1

    INTRODUCTION

    EM 1110-3-142 9 Apr 84

    1-1. Purpose and scope. This manual presents mobilization procedures f~r the design of Army airfield rigid pavements and overlay pavements that incorporate a portland cement concrete layer in either the overlay or base pavement.

    1-2. General. The design procedures presented herein apply to the following types of pavements, design loadings, and design parameters.

    a. Types of pavements. A rigid pavement is considered to be any pavement system that contains as one element portland cement concrete, either nonreinforced or reinforced.

    b. Design loadings. This manual is limited to Army airfield pavement design requirements for aircraft during a mobilization situation. Discussions and design charts herein are confined to the pavement design classes shown in table 1-1.

    c. Design parameters. The procedures in this manual express pavement thicknesses in terms of five principal parameters: design load, generally stated in the design directive; foundation strength; concrete properties; traffic intensity; and traffic areas. The foundation strength and concrete properties normally depend upon many factors that are difficult to evaluate.

    1-3. Definitions and symbols. The following terms and symbols are commonly used in this manual. Other more specific or lesser used symbols will be defined where used.

    a . Definitions.

    (1) Base pavement. The existing pavement (either rigid or flexible) on which an overlay is to be placed.

    (2) Inlay pavement. Rigid pavement used to replace the interior width of existing runways and as a method of rehabilitation or upgrading of existing pavement.

    (3) Stabilized soil. The improvement of the load-carrying and durability characteristics of a soil through the use of admixtures. Lime, cement, and fly ash, or combinations thereof, and bitumens are the commonly used additives for soil stabilization.

    (4) Modified soil. The use of additives to improve the construction characteristics of a soil. However, the additives do not improve the strength of the soil sufficiently to qualify it as a stabilized soil.

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    II

    III

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