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Use of Geogrids in Pavement Construction
Background - ETL-1110-1-1890002
Introduction - ETL-1110-1-1890003
Geogrids in Roads and Airfields
Figure 1. Lateral restraint reinforcement mechanism.
Figure 3. Tensioned membrane effect reinforcement mechanism.
Table 2. Minimum Geotextile Specification Requirements1
Geosynthetic Applicability Assessment For Aggregate-Surfaced Pavements
Reinforced Aggregate-Surfaced Pavement Design Procedure
Determine Design Traffic
Table 4. Typical Traffic Loading Data for Military Vehicles
Table 5. Reinforced Bearing Capacity Factors, Nc1, for Aggregate-Surfaced Pavements
Figure 5. Aggregate-surfaced pavement design curves for single-wheel loads.
Figure 6. Aggregate-surfaced pavement design curves for dual-wheel loads.
Figure 7. Aggregate-surfaced pavement design curves for tandem-wheel gear loads.
Reinforced Flexible Pavement Design
Reinforced Flexible Road Design Procedure
Figure 8. Webster's reinforced pavement thickness equivalency chart.
Table 6. Recommendations for Geosynthetic Use in Flexible Pavements
Table 7. Pavement Design Index (extracted from Table 3-1 of TM 5-822-5)1
Construction of Geosynthetic-Reinforced Pavements
Figure 9. Flexible pavement design curves for roads and streets (adapted from Table 8-1 of TM 5-822-5).
Table 8. Minimum Thickness of Pavement Layers (extracted from Table 6-1 of TM 5-822-5)1
Bibliography and References
Bibliography and References (cont)
Bibliography and References (cont) - ETL-1110-1-1890028
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Appendix A. Design Examples
Flexible Pavement Design Examples
Summary - ETL-1110-1-1890038
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