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Evaluation of Portland Cement Concrete Pavement With High Slag Content Cement

Description: The performance of a section of concrete pavement built with 30 percent Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag (GGBFS) is compared to a control section of concrete pavement built with 25 percent GGBFS to determine if the higher slag content pavement is more resistant to wear from studded tires. This report details the construction of the pavement, construction quality control tests, and initial base line wear, friction, and smoothness results.

  • Date Published: June, 2009
  • Publication Number: WA-RD 728.1
  • Last Modified: August 12, 2009
  • Authors: Keith W. Anderson, Jeff S. Uhlmeyer, Kurt Williams, Mark Russell, Jim Weston.
  • Originator: Washington (State). Dept. of Transportation. Materials Laboratory
  • # of Pages: 36 p., 1.34 MB (PDF)
  • Subject: Concrete pavements, Concrete construction, Paving, Granulated slag, Slag, Pavement performance, Studded tires, Durability, Quality control, Base lines, Alternatives analysis.
  • Keywords: Ground Granulated Blast Furnace Slag, GGBFS, concrete performance, studded tires.
  • Related Publications: Evaluation of Portland Cement Concrete Pavement with High Slag Content Cement (WA-RD 728.2).

This abstract was last modified October 15, 2013