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Course Overview (in Hindi)
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Course overview on Rigid pavement

Dhananjay Pandya
Civil Engineer | M.E. Grad in Transportation Engg. | Passionate about teaching | Derive my happiness sharing knowledge and help learners

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Please Hindi me key word use kijiye
u r one of the best educator on unacedmy. Ur way of teachng is really reallly very gud.Anybody can eily understand everything.tysm sir.
road connecting two towns is called roadB.urban roadC.highwayD.none of these
Country Road is Correct Ans. It also may be Highway or any other road but these all fall are in country road category
I like very good lecture sir
Thank you Ashish for your comment

  2. I am Dhananjay Pandya B.E(Civil), M.E(Transportation Engg.) (Govt. Autonomous College Cleared GATE Examination Work- Free Lancer I am here because I want to share knowledge. You can find me at pandya

  3. Transportation Engineering RIGID PAVEMENT DHANANJAY PANDYA

  4. OBJECTIVE To make you famiar with the topic and type of new concepts .To provide easy and simple explanation of all the ...relating procedure used To clarify all the doubts. .To give you in depth knowledge of topic. Simple and easy approach to solve numericals

  5. Targret Audience GATE Aspirants Engineering Students Working Consultants General Audience

  6. PAVEMENT DESIGN RIGID PAVEMENT Analysis of Stresses . . . Design parameters Critical point for stress analysis Stress in Rigid Pavement 1. Load stress 2. Temperature stress . Warping Stress . Frictional stress

  7. DESIGN OF JOINTS 1. Transverse Joint Expansion Joint . Contraction Joint 2. Longitudinal Joint . Warping Joints 3. Bars Type . Dowel Bar (in Transverse Joint) TIE Bar (in Longitudinal Joint)

  8. RIGID PAVEMENT Surfoce Course Base Course Subgrade

  9. Contraction joint Portland cement concrete slab 8-12 inches 4-8 inches Base Subgrade Load transfer device (dowels)

  10. Longitudinal joint Tied rigid shoulder Transverse joint Concrete slab (jointed) Base Course (non-erosive) Subbase Course (if needed) Subgrade (Existing Soil)