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Construction and Rehabilitation of Concrete Pavements Under Traffic

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Construction and Rehabilitation of Concrete Pavements Under Traffic

Publisher: National Academies Press
ISBN-13: 9780309390583
Number of pages: 95

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The current state of the practice in constructing or rehabilitating concrete pavements under traffic relies primarily on a few high-profile and well-documented projects. Sixteen case examples were reported to illustrate successful projects conducted under a variety of scenarios.

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