Pervious Concrete Pavement 4825 Butler Road, Glyndon Maryland. Demonstration Panel October 12, 2007. Pervious Concrete Pavement 4825 Butler Road, Glyndon Maryland. Pervious Concrete Pavement 4825 Butler Road, Glyndon Maryland. Pervious Pavement Section. Underdrains. Inlet Detail.
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ASTM C 143,
does not apply
3 to 5 gal/ft2/min
= 288 in./hr to
= 4.8 in./min to
Usable Voids, % =
(Gravimetric Voids, %)
A 4 inch thick pervious pavement with 15% usable
(effective) voids will store 0.60 inches of rainwater
(4” * 0.15 = 0.60”)
Flexural Strength, Fmr = 832.8 – 20.3 * (void content, %), psi
ACI 330 Guide for
The Design and
Mix Design Development for Pervious Concrete in Cold WeatherSponsored by:Iowa Department of Transportation National Concrete Technology Pavement Technology CenterIowa Concrete Paving Association
The Effect of Coarse Aggregate on the Freeze-Thaw Durability of Pervious ConcreteJohn T Kevern, University of Missouri-Kansas CityKejin Wang, Iowa State UniversityVernon R Schaefer, Iowa State University
Aggregate absorption has the greatest effect on freeze-thaw durability
Soils with a percolation rates of ½ in/hr.
ASTM D 3385, Double-ring Infiltrometer
such as burlap
Strike off with vibrating screed.
Strike off with paving machine
Cross-roll to compact concrete to dense, pervious surface