Breaking and seating has been utilized extensively in Kentucky to rehabilitate portland cement concrete pavements. Experience over three or four years with this type of design and construction are summarized and reported. Breaking to a range of nominal fragments is evaluated. Evaluation of two roller weights for seating is reported. The use of dynamic deflections to evaluate the effectiveness of the breaking and seating process and to measure the appropriateness of the asphaltic concrete overlay.
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Sharpe, Gary W.; Anderson, Mark; and Deen, Robert C., "Breaking and Seating of Rigid Pavements" (1987). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 720.
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