As concrete pavements age, longitudinal and transverse joints can exhibit signs of distress as a result of traffic loading, climatic variations, materials related issues, and construction defects. Although often only small areas are involved, the joint distress can substantially disrupt traffic flow and increase pavement roughness sacrificing consumer ride comfort. Furthermore, secondary distresses and degradation of ...more »
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