Rigid Pavement

A Rigid Pavement is a pavement structure that deflects very little under loading due to the high modulus of elasticity of its surface course. Because of its relative rigidity, a rigid pavement structure distributes loads over a wide area with only one, or at most two, structural layers.

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  3. Rigid Pavement Basics (Oregan State University)
  4. Rigid Pavement Construction (TAMS)
  5. Rigid Pavement Types (Pavement Interactive)
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