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Published by National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Pavements -- Frost damage.,
  • Soil freezing.,
  • Frost heaving.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Reports presented at the 62nd annual meeting of the Transportation Research Board.

StatementTransportation Research Board, National Research Council.
SeriesTransportation research record,, 918
ContributionsNational Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTE7 .H5 no. 918, TE250 .H5 no. 918
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 49 p. :
Number of Pages49
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3184231M
ISBN 100309035619
LC Control Number83027017
OCLC/WorldCa10300391

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FROST ACTION ON TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES. This Record contains the following papers: Measurement and Prediction of Frost Penetration in Highways, R. A. Chisholm and W. A. Phang; A Device for Evaluation of Thaw Weakening of Frost-Susceptible Soil, G. P. Gifford et al; Change in Soil Structure Due to Freeze-Thaw and Repeated Loading, B. D. Alkire and J. M. Morrison; Fatigue-Based . The book explores frost action in soils from different perspectives, as presented in three parts. The first section presents the fundamentals of frost heave and thaw weakening, the impacts on roads and other structures, and the projected effects of climate change on frost action. Typically, there are three conditions necessary to cause a frost heave: 1. Freezing temperatures 2. Frost susceptible soils 3. Availability of water In the absence of any of these conditions frost heave does not take place. Thus, efforts are being made to mitigate at least one of them in roadway constructions in cold regions. FROST PENETRATION. Frost-Action Research Needs A. lV. JOHNSON, Engineer of Soils and Foundations, Highway Research Board, and C. W'.LOVELL, JR', Research Engineer, Purdue University 99 C SINCE the earliest of pavements, it hãs been lmown that ground freezing has produced rough-riding surfaces and often õracked pavementsas aresult of heaving' In some instances of intense heaving.

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