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8-6. t seal coat. Structurally adequate asphaltic pavements in good conditio~ subject to fuel spillage may be protected by a rubberized-tar slurry seal. Rubberized-tar slurry seal provides a fine grained, slippery surface which is resistant to fuel spillage. Because of the slippage su:tface imparted by this type seal, it is not to be used on runways and taxiways. 8-7. Juncture between rigid and flexible pavements. Experience has shown that objectionable roughness often develops at the juncture of a rigid and flexible.
95 percent compaction (cohe•ionless subgrade) 12 in. 90 percent compaction lBase and subbase compacted to 100 percent. Since the existing subgrade has an in-place density of 90 percent, the compaction of the 8 inch upper layer of the subgrade may be achieved by moistening and compacting in place. b. Design example 2. (1) Design a heavy load pavement to accommodate a 480-kip gross load twin twin gear assembly aircraft in a Type B traffic area for 15,000 passes. lean clay subgrade is 13~ the natural in-place density of the clay is 87 percent extending to 10 feet.
II'! / I~ ~ VII v ~ ~ """ ~ REFERENCE ONLY U. S. Army Corps of Engineers FIGURE 7-8. FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT DESIGN CURVE~ AIR FORCE SHORTFIELD PAVEMENT, TYPE A TRAFFIC AREAS AND OVERRUNS 7-12 EM 1110-3-141 9 Apr 84 determined. These thicknesses together with the m1n1mum thicknesses for surface and base courses provide the basis for pavement section design. Use table 5-2 for minimum thickness of base and surface cobrse. See table 7-2 for an outline of the flexible pavement thickness design procedure.
Airfield Flexible Pavement - Mobilization Construction - Engineering and Design (EM 1110-3-141)