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Subgrade moisture variations interim report VIII Evaluation of collected data 1966-1969
A prime objective of this research is to related measured moisture changes to soil, climate, and pavement behavior in Oklahoma. Previous interim reports have described operational methodology, procedures for collection and ...
Bridge deck rehabilitation part I - methods and materials
The bridge deck deterioration processes of freeze-thaw scale, popout, and corrosion induced spalling are defined and the popular theories accounting for their mechanism are explained. Included is a basic discussion of ...
Slope stability of certain selected colluvial soils
The objective of this study is to characterize natural clayey colluvial soils that occur in eastern Oklahoma. Three study sites were selected in areas of known landslides. Piezometers and permeability bore holes were placed ...
Slope stability of certain selected colluvial soils - implementation package
The purpose of this report is to inform State Design, Construction, and Maintenance Engineers of accepted procedures for the investigation and design of potential landslide prone areas. State Materials and Geotechnical ...
Subgrade moisture variations interim report IX Effectiveness of existing highway designs
The purpose of this study was to determine which existing Oklahoma highway designs give acceptable performance and why/how they resist the effects of subgrade moisture variations. After a review of pertinent factors to be ...
Strength characteristics of the stabilized boggy shale (79-09-2)
In cooperation with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, a research project entitled "Field Application of the Stabilization of Oklahoma ...