(Received 17 June 2004; accepted 18 June 2007)
Published Online: 2007
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Pervious concrete is an alternative pavement material which may help reduce nonpoint source pollution problems. The porosity of pervious concrete is an important parameter used for both pavement and environmental design and is dependent on field placement techniques. It is recommended that porosity be tested on field-placed specimens. It has been noted that some of the concrete is knocked out while coring from field-placed samples which may affect the porosity. This paper researches a methodology for estimating the in situ porosity of pervious concrete from the porosities of cores taken from the field based on aggregate size, core size and porosity.
Haselbach, Liv M.
Assistant Professor, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
Freeman, Robert M.
Graduate Student, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC
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