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EARLY-AGE BEHAVIOR OF CONTINUOUSLY REINFORCED CONCRETE PAVEMENT AND CALIBRATION OF THE FAILURE PREDICTION MODEL IN THE CRCP-7 PROGRAM
This report focuses on (1) the observations and findings from the short-term monitoring of the special test sections constructed in Houston, Texas, and (2) the calibration of the CRCP failureExpand
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SKID RESISTANCE GUIDELINES FOR SURFACE IMPROVEMENTS ON TEXAS HIGHWAYS
THIS REPORT PERTAINS TO THE SELECTION OF A MINIMUM SKID RESISTANCE FOR USE AS ANOTHER GUIDELINE FOR SURFACE IMPROVEMENTS BY THE TEXAS HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT. THIS PROBLEM WAS APPROACHED FROM AN ACCIDENTExpand
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Microinjection of GABA antagonists into posterior hypothalamus elevates heart rate in anesthetizes rats
Microinjection of the GABA antagonist bicuculline methiodide 1-25 ng into the posterior hypothalamus of urethane-anesthetized rats evoked sympathetically-mediated increases in heart rate of up to 150Expand
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Monitoring of siliceous river gravel and limestone continuously reinforced concrete pavement test sections in Houston 2 years after placement, and development of a crack width model for the CRCP-7
In describing the effect of coarse aggregate type on the performance of CRCP, this report documents the design, construction, and monitoring of 32 test sections in Houston, Texas. Constructed toExpand
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SKID RESISTANCE GUIDELINES FOR SURFACE IMPROVEMENTS
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AGGREGATE POLISHING CHARACTERISTICS: THE BRITISH WHEEL TEST AND THE INSOLUBLE RESIDUE TEST
TWO METHODS OF ANALYSIS, THE BRITISH WHEEL TEST AND THE INSOLUBLE RESIDUE TEST, ARE DISCUSSED AND COMPARED FOR DETERMINING THE FRICTION PERFORMANCE OF AGGREGATE IN PAVEMENT SURFACES. EQUIPMENT,Expand
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DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF RANDOMNESS INDEX FOR CONTINUOUSLY REINFORCED CONCRETE PAVEMENT
Transverse cracks in continuously reinforced concrete (CRC) pavements have various shapes in the field. The randomness of a crack increases the probability of the formation of secondary cracks andExpand
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WET-WEATHER SPEED ZONING
SPEED IS A SIGNIFICANT FACTOR IN MANY WET-WEATHER SKIDDING ACCIDENTS. ESTABLISHING WET-WEATHER SPEED LIMITS AT CERTAIN LOCATIONS, THEREFORE, MAY BE ONE WAY TO REDUCE THESE ACCIDENTS. THIS PAPERExpand
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Early arteriolar and capillary changes in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats and intraperitoneal hyperglycaemic rats
SummaryComparison of intestinal arteriolar characteristics in vivo were made in normal rats, normal rats injected intraperitoneally twice daily with either 0.15 mmol/l saline or 16.6 mmol/l glucoseExpand
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Injection of L-allylglycine into the posterior hypothalamus in rats causes decreases in local gaba which correlate with increases in heart rate
Injection of the GABA antagonist, bicuculline methiodide into the posterior hypothalamus of rats has been shown to cause marked increases in heart rate and lesser elevations in blood pressure.Expand
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