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Engineering and Construction Project Management by Arthur E. Kerridge

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The resilient modulus (MR ) is generally the elastic modulus parameter used for the characterization of granular material (or soil). It is determined by applying a repetitive load to the sample in a 17 ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ 18 Chapter 2. 1: Soil and unbound granular materials are used for building roads. 2: Repetitive load is applied to unbound granular material (or soil) in a triaxial setup to estimate MR value. 2. Soil and unbound granular material 19 triaxial cell [3]. 1) Experimental studies indicate granular material is a stress dependent material.

10. 13) There can be a special case when l, m, n values are all equal with references to the principal axes. That is, l = m = n = √13 . The corresponding plane is known as an octahedral plane. 2. 18) where, xx , yy and zz indicate normal strains (along X, Y and Z directions) and γxy , γyz and γzx indicate the engineering shear strains. By taking partial derivatives and suitably substituting, one can develop the following set of equations which do not contain the u, v and ω terms. 19) are known ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ 10 Chapter 1.

Generally, asphalt pavements do not have joints, whereas the concrete pavements (commonly known as jointed plain concrete pavement) have joints1 . The concrete pavements are made of concrete slabs of finite dimensions with connections (generally of steels bars) to the adjacent slabs. 2). A block pavement or a segmental pavement is made up of inter-connected blocks (generally, cement concrete blocks), and its structural behavior is different from the usual asphalt or concrete pavements. 1 Though exceptions are possible, for example, asphalt pavements in extremely cold climates may be provided with joints, continuously reinforced concrete pavements does not generally have joints etc.

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