REPORTS AND PRODUCTS


2006 Project Reports
Project Number
Title
06-01

Using Design/Build Acquisition for Airfield Pavements

06-02

Concrete Mixes Using Flyash

 

06-03

Improved Overlay Design Parameters for Concrete Airfield Pavements – SCI Validation

 

06-05

Role of Dirty Aggregates in the Performance of Concrete Exposed to Airfield Pavement Deicers

06-06

Materials Related Distress and Projected Pavement Life Concrete Airfield Pavement

2005 Project Reports
Project Number
Title
05-01

Airfield Marking Handbook

Printed copies of this report are available at no cost. A nominal shipping and handling fee will apply.



05-02

Joint Load Transfer in Concrete Airfield Pavements

 

05-03

Highway Materials—Concrete Airfield Pavement

 

05-07

Performance of Concrete in the Presence of Airfield Pavement Deicers and Identification of Induced Distress Mechanisms


05-10

Evaluation of Lab and Field Performance of LithMelt Deicer

2004 Project Reports
Project Number
Title
04-01

A Proposed Specification for Construction of Concrete Airfield Pavement

04-02

Improved Overlay Design Parameters for Concrete Airfield Pavements

04-02(s)

Characterization and Analysis of Early Age Concrete Pavement Behavior at the National Airport Pavement Test Facility (NAPTF)

04-06

Lithium Admixtures (LiNO3) And Properties of Early Age Concrete



04-08

Mitigation of ASR in the Presence of Pavement Deicing Chemicals

2003 Project Reports
Project Number
Title
03-01

Constructing In-Pavement Lighting, Portland Cement Concrete Pavement

Printed copies of this report are available at no cost. A nominal shipping and handling fee will apply.

03-02

Mitigation of ASR In Concrete Pavement - Combined Materials Testing

 

03-03

Design and Construction of Concrete Pavement for Aircraft De-icing Facilities

Printed copies of this report are available at no cost. A nominal shipping and handling fee will apply.

 

03-04

Precision Statement for ASTM C- 78, Flexural Testing, Airfield Concrete

 

03-05

Evaluation, Design and Construction Techniques for the Use of Airfield Concrete Pavement
as Recycled Material for Subbase

Printed copies of this report are available at no cost. A nominal shipping and handling fee will apply.

 

03-06

Using Maturity Testing for Airfield Concrete Pavement Construction and Repair

Printed copies of this report are available at no cost. A nominal shipping and handling fee will apply.

 

03-09

Potential for Acceleration of ASR in the Presence of Pavement Deicing Chemicals

03-10

Field Studies in Mitigating ASR in Existing Pavement, Topical Application of Lithium Programs

 

2002 Project Reports
Project Number
Title
02-01

Stabalized and Drainable Base in Rigid Pavement Systems

Printed copies of this report are available at no cost. A nominal shipping and handling fee will apply.

02-02

Acceptance Criteria of Airfield Concrete Pavement Using Seismic and Maturity Concepts

Printed copies of this report are available at no cost. A nominal shipping and handling fee will apply.

02-03

Accelerated Practices for Airfield Concrete Pavement Construction

Printed copies of this report are available at no cost. A nominal shipping and handling fee will apply.

02-04

Airfield Concrete Pavement Smoothness - A Reference

02-05.1

Evaluation of Alkali Silica Reactivity of Mineral and Aggregate Using Dilatometer Method

2001 Project Reports
Project Number
Title
01-01

Best Practices for Airport Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Construction

Printed copies of this report are available at no cost. A nominal shipping and handling fee will apply.


01-02

Improved Concrete Overlay Design Parameters For Airfield Pavements

 

01-03

Innovative Rehabilitation of Pavement for Light-Load Aircraft

 

01-04

Strength Measurements Using Maturity for Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Construction at Airfields

 

01-04.1

Evaluation of Dowel Bars Installed Using Plastic Sleeves

 

01-04.2

Effects of Coarse Aggregate Clay-Coatings on Concrete Performance

 


The Innovative Pavement Research Foundation is jointly-owned by the American Concrete Pavement Association, the Portland Cement Association, and the National Ready Mixed Concrete Pavement Association. The IPRF was chartered in 1997 to provide applied research, technology transfer and implementation, and public education for concrete pavements.

For additional information, contact Jim Lafrenz, Cooperative Agreement Program Management, 785-742-6900.

 

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