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Test: Flexible Pavement-Components & Their Functions - Question 1

The most superior material is used in

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The most superior material is used in the surface layer of pavement as it is the layer which is exposed to more number of stresses.

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The soil sub grade suitable for pavement is

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The soil sub grade most suitable for pavement layer is gravel as it is very strong rock, black cotton is not suitable for pavement but suitable for crops, sand has a danger of liquefaction and red soil is not so advisable.

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The drainage layer is

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The drainage layer of the pavement is granular sub base course which collects water from pavement surfaces.

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The minimum thickness of compacted sub grade is

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The minimum thickness of sub grade required is 300mm and in highways it is 500 mm as they are provided with the maximum best facilities.

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The most common test used in evaluating soil strength is

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All the tests are performed but the most commonly used one is CBR, which is called as California bearing test, performed in India.

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The CBR standard penetration is

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The standard penetration value of the CBR value is 2.5mm, if 5 mm value is greater then the penetration test is repeated again.

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Minimum thickness of seal coat is

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The minimum thickness of the seal coat required is 20mm for bitumen pavement, seal coat is a layer above the flexible pavement surface.

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The impact value of aggregate used in pavement is

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The aggregate impact value should not be more than 30% for aggregate used in bitumen, if it is less than 30 the aggregate may be replaced.

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The abrasion value of the aggregate in pavement should be less than

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The abrasion value of aggregate should not be more than 40% for the aggregate tested by Los Angeles abrasion test, if it is more than 40, then it may be rejected.

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The specifications for highway are prepared by

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 The specifications for the highway are prepared by MORTH, which is Ministry of Road Transport and Highway.

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