by Washington State Dept. of Transportation, Available through the National Technical Information Service in [Olympia, Wash.], [Springfield, VA .
Written in English
|Statement||by Brian M. Collins, Robert D. Holtz.|
|Contributions||Holtz, R. D., Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation., Washington State Transportation Center., Washington State Transportation Commission., United States. Federal Highway Administration.|
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Performance of Geotextile Separators in Western Washington, (WA-RD ). Performance of Geotextile Separators, (WA-RD ). Long-Term Performance of Geotexile Separators, Bucoda Test Site-Phase III, (WA-RD ). Long-Term Performance of Geotextile Separators, Bucoda Test Site--Phase III. This research was Phase III of field investigations carried out over 12 years at a test section in southwest Washington State in an effort to quantify the contribution of geotextile separators to the long-term performance of pavement sections. Performance of Geotextile Separators, Bucoda Test Site—Phase II. A full-scale field study was conducted to investigate the influence of five different geotextile separators on the performance of a pavement system. Five years after the geotextiles had been installed, the site was excavated to evaluate the soil and geotextile conditions. Long-Term Performance of Geotextile Separators, Bucoda Test Site—Phase III. Full Document ( KB) Authors: Brian M. Collins, Robert D. Holtz. Originator: Washington State Transportation Center (TRAC) Publication Date: Saturday, October 1, Traffic & Cameras;.
PERFORMANCE OF GEOTEXTILE SEPARATORS. FINAL SUMMARY REPORT. This research involved field investigations and laboratory testing to evaluate the properties and overall performance of geotextile separators exhumed from the roadway at 8 sites in eastern and central Washington (Phase I), and 14 sites in western Washington (Phase II). "Evaluation of geotextiles as separators in a fullscale road test". Geosynthetics'93, Vancouver, BC, Canada, vol. 1, pp. The use of geosynthetics as separators in civil engineering. Geotextile Separators, Bucoda Test Site-Phase III. Book. Jan ; Rita Kleiziene LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE OF GEOTEXTILE SEPARATORS BUCODA TEST SITE—PHASE III. Article. In service performance of geotextile separators, in Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Geosynthetics, LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE OF GEOTEXTILE SEPARATORS BUCODA TEST SITE.
In an effort to quantify the contribution of geotextile separators to the long-term performance of pavement sections, falling weight deflectometer (FWD) testing was carried out over a year. PERFORMANCE OF GEOTEXTILE SEPARATORS FIVE YEARS AFTER INSTALLATION. During the reconstruction of a state highway in , a full-scale test section was established at a site with a history of poor pavement performance, most likely because of a soft silty clay subgrade, high groundwater table, and heavy logging truck traffic. Geotextile Selection Methods for the Lithuanian Road and Street Structures. December ; The Baltic Journal of Road and Bridge Engineering 5(4); DOI: /bjrbe being initiated in Much about the long-term performance improvement is expected to be known as the sites approach the end of their design life of 10, 15, and 20 years. Cost/benefit determination The long term cost/benefit ratio calculation for using separation geotextiles can be .