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Welcome to the Eastern Region Laboratory Procedures Manual ERLPM. Guillermo Felix FAA – Eastern Region Paving Engineer March 17-19, 2008. Workshop Objectives. Present concept for pavement design and the structural function of various layers

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welcome to the eastern region laboratory procedures manual erlpm

Welcome to the Eastern Region LaboratoryProcedures ManualERLPM

Guillermo Felix

FAA – Eastern Region

Paving Engineer

March 17-19, 2008

workshop objectives
Workshop Objectives
  • Present concept for pavement design and the structural function of various layers
  • Present an understanding of material characteristics and principles for mix design to satisfy loading and environmental conditions. Marshall design and Superpave
  • Discuss purpose and principles to measure the quality of mixing and placing asphaltic materials (Quality Assurance)
workshop objectives3
Workshop objectives
  • Discuss principles and practices for sampling and testing bituminous mixes
  • Explain statistical methods to determine quality of materials and pay factors
  • Present Contractor testing to control the quality of the mixes (Quality Control)
  • What happen after this workshop?
criteria for pavement design
Criteria for Pavement Design
  • Loads: Expressed in aircraft weight and
  • Aircraft annual departures (passes)
  • Soil strength: expressed as a relation to a standard soil for flexible pavement design. California Bearing Ratio (CBR)
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Surface course, P-401

Base course –stabilized or not

Sub base course

Sub grade – prepared support

aircraft weight for p 401
Aircraft weight for P-401
  • Less than 12,500 (Highway Spec)
  • 12,500 lbs. but less than 60,000 Lbs.
  • 60,000 Lbs or more
what is p 401
WHAT IS P-401?

Surface course and defined by AC 150-5320-6

Specification that details de quality of the surface course

what is p 403
What is P-403?
  • Specification for Stabilized Bituminous Base Course
  • Binder Course
  • Truing and Leveling Courses
  • Testing requirement has been reduced
what is the erlpm
What is the ERLPM
  • Eastern Region Laboratory procedures Manual
  • Born in the Eastern Region to use statistical methods to determine quality vs range or media (average)
  • Origen – Military specs, now MS-2
  • Document to be used in combination with P-401. required in Eastern region
  • Provide forms for project submittal - Appendices
agenda
AGENDA
  • Mix Design – Jim Smith/Chris Brower/Rodney Joel
  • Random Sampling- Guillermo Felix
  • Quality Acceptance (Marshall) – Ken Rowbotham
  • Statistical Analysis – Carl Steinhauer
  • Computer Software – Guillermo Felix
  • Contractor’s Quality Control – Cindy LeFleur
  • ERLPM Test and List - Guillermo
how many of you are
How many of you are
  • Consultants?
  • Testing laboratories?
  • Contractors?
  • Material supplier?
  • Government?
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Questions?

Let’s welcome Jim and Chris