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|Title:||CONCRETE SLABS AND BLOCKS FOR CAR PARK PAVING.|
|Source:||Fwa, T.F. (1987). CONCRETE SLABS AND BLOCKS FOR CAR PARK PAVING.. Transportation Research Record (1127) : 63-70. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||In addition to its primary function of providing a stable and durable surface for vehicular movement, the parking area pavement must also allow sufficient open spaces for turfing and tree planting. A pavement system consisting of discrete precast perforated-concrete-slab units was found to offer a reasonably satisfactory solution. Later, two new forms of parking area construction, namely, the interlocking-perforated-concrete-block pavement and the cast-in-situ jointed-perforated-concrete-slab pavement. Although both innovations have led to higher construction costs, their superior structural stability and lower maintenance requirements may justify their use on the basis of life-cycle cost considerations. 5 Refs.|
|Source Title:||Transportation Research Record|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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