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DISCUSSION OF REPORT AND SUPPLEMENTARY STUDIES: U. S. BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS IMPACT TESTS - SUMMARY OF REPORT
STEEL AND CONCRETE SLABS DID NOT AFFORD GREATER RESISTANCE TO IMPACT ON DRY SUBGRADE BUT INCREASED THE RESISTANCE ON WET SUBGRADES. MR. OLDER FINDS STEEL WAS EFFICIENT IN REDUCING PROGRESSIVEExpand
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The Recent Study of Thin Brick Pavements by the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads
It has become evident during the past few years that an increasing number of engineers and highway officials have be­ come convinced that brick of less than 4 inch thickness may properly be used inExpand
RESEARCH IN PORTLAND CEMENT CONCRETE PAVEMENTS
AS A MEANS OF INTRODUCING THE SIX SUCCEEDING PAPERS, THE PRESENT ARTICLE REVIEWS THE STATE OF KNOWLEDGE IN THE MAJOR PROBLEMS OF CONCRETE PAVEMENT DESIGN. AMONG THE TOPICS COVERED MORE OR LESSExpand