Airport pavement design alternatives

dc.contributor.advisorHildebrand, Eldo
dc.contributor.advisorE., Hildebrand
dc.contributor.authorVanderlaan, Frank
dc.description.abstractThis report compares asphalt concrete and Portland Cement concrete as surfacing materials for runways and taxiways for three different classifications of airports. The comparison is based primarily on a cost analysis. The designs are considered for the Fredericton area in the Province of New Brunswick. Three different design methods were used and these take into consideration various aspects of the pavement design including subgrade soils, environment, and air traffic characteristics.
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dc.description.noteVanderlaan, Frank (1992). Airport pavement design alternatives . (Engineering Senior Report no. T-1543 1992). Fredericton : University of New Brunswick, Dept. of Civil Engineering T-1543 1992 1882/12378
dc.publisherUniversity of New Brunswick
dc.subject.disciplineCivil Engineering
dc.titleAirport pavement design alternatives
dc.typesenior report Engineering of Science in Engineering of New Brunswick