Performance of CRCP – Volume II: Field Investigations of CRCP (FHWA-RD-94-179)
This report is one of a series of reports prepared as part of a National Pooled Funds study administered by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) aimed at updating the state-of-the art of the design, construction, maintenance, and rehabilitation of continuously reinforced concrete (CRC) pavements. The scope of work of the study included the following:
- Conduct a literature review and preparation of an annotated bibliography on CRC pavements and CRC overlays.
- Conduct a field investigation and laboratory testing related to 23 existing in-service pavement sections. This was done to evaluate the effect of various design features on CRC pavement performance, to identify any design or construction related problems, and to recommend procedures to improve CRC pavement technology.
- Evaluate the effectiveness of various maintenance and rehabilitation strategies for CRC pavements.
- Prepare a Summary Report on the current state of the practice for CRC pavements.
The following reports have been prepared under this study:
- Performance of Continuously Reinforced Concrete Pavements
- Volume I – Summary of Practice and Annotated Bibliography
- Volume II – Field Investigation of CRC Pavements
- Volume III – Analysis and Evaluation of Field Test Data
- Volume IV – Resurfacings for CRC Pavements
- Volume V – Maintenance and Rehabilitation of CRC Pavements
- Volume VI – CRC Pavement Design, Construction, and Performance
- Volume VII – Summary
This report is volume II in the series and presents the details related to the field investigations of selected CRC pavement sections and data analyses.
Authors: Shiraz D. Tayabji, Peter J. Stephanos, Jeffrey S. Gagnon, and Dan G. Zollinger