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Figure 10.1 Measurement of pavement deflection using the Benkleman beam. Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing.

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1 Figure 10.1 Measurement of pavement deflection using the Benkleman beam. Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

2 Figure 10.2 Operation of deflectograph. Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

3 Figure 10.3 Correlation between deflectograph and deflection beam measurements.(Crowncopyright1978.) Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

4 Figure 10.4 Relationship between standard deflection and life for pavements with a Bituminous roadbase (Source:LR833). (Crowncopyright1978.) Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

5 Figure 10.5 Overlay design chart for highway pavements with bituminous roadbases (probability=0.5)(Source:LR833).(Crowncopyright1978.) Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

6 Figure 10.6 Overlaying choices for rigid highway pavements. Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

7 Figure 10.7 Diagrammatic representation of falling weight deflectometer. Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

8 Figure 10.8 FWD deflection profiles and three major indicators d 1,d 1 –d 4 and d 6. Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

9 Figure 10.9 Design thickness for unreinforced concrete (URC) overlay (Source:HD30/99) (DoT,1999). Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

10 Figure Design thickness for jointed reinforced concrete (JRC) overlay (Source:HD30/99) (DoT,1999). Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

11 Figure Design thickness for continuously reinforced concrete pavement (CRCP) Overlay (Source:HD30/99)(DoT,1999). Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

12 Figure Design thickness for continuously reinforced concrete roadbase (CRCR) overlay (Source:HD30/99)(DoT,1999). Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

13 Figure Diagrammatic representation of SCRIM apparatus. Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd

14 Figure Thegrip tester. Highway Engineering, 2nd Edition: Martin Rogers. © 2008 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd


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