Heat Resistant Concrete Pavements of Naval Airfields

Period of Performance: 09/30/1991 - 09/30/1992

$125K

Phase 2 SBIR

Recipient Firm

Cemcom Research Assoc., Inc.
1919 HALETHORPE FARMS ROAD
Baltimore, MD 21227
Principal Investigator

Abstract

Given the present state of knowledge, shrinkage is the major player in creating and growing microcraks. Attempts to design a heat resistant ) (thermal cycling) pavement have to concentrate to reduce or eliminate shrinkage. There are several ways to approach this problem. This Phase II will concentrate on developing a cement type pad for Navy use.