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IV B.Tech(CCC) Regular Examinations, December 2008 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND DESIGN (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks:100 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks

1. (a) Explain in detail about the factors to be considered in the design of pavements. (b) Dierentiate between exible and rigid pavements. [10+10]

2. (a) Explain about the stresses in exible pavement and also discuss whether they are dierent from those in rigid pavements. (b) What are the advantages of having dierent layers in a pavement? Explain. [10+10] 3. Explain the Burmisters layered system theory for a exible pavement design. Also comparre this method with that of Boussisnesqs theory. [20] 4. (a) Explain about the radius of relative stiness and equivalent radius of resisting section used in a rigid pavement design. (b) Compute the radius of relative stiness and the equivalent radius of resisting section for a 20 cm thick CC pavement for the following data: Modulus of Elasticity = 210000 kg/cm2 Poissons ratio = 0.13 Modulus of subgrade reaction = 4.0kg/cm2 Radius of contact area = 15 cm. [20] 5. (a) Explain about warping stresses and frictional stresses in rigid pavements. (b) What are the three critical stresses in rigid pavement as per westergaards analysis? Explain. Also give assumptions made by Westergaard. [10+10] 6. Give the procedure for exible pavement design as suggested by IRC. [20]

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JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD B.Tech (CCC) IV Year Examinations February -2011 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND DESIGN (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 Hours Answer Any Five Questions All Questions Carry Equal Marks --1. a) b) What are the factors to be considered while designing a pavement. Differentiate between flexible and rigid pavement. Explain with sketch the function of various layers in the pavement. [20] Differentiate between Boussinesq and Burmister theory. What are the assumptions taken in layered concept? How is multilayer concept different from one and two layer theory? [20] Explain about the stresses in rigid pavement due to temperature and wheel load by Weslergaards. Discuss about the critical combination of stresses due to wheel load and temperature. [20] Write a step wise procedure of designing flexible pavement by IRC method. [20] Explain the IRC method of rigid pavement design with a suitable example. [20] Explain the principle construction and working of Benkleman beam deflection method for an overlay design of flexible pavement. [20] Explain about the terms a) Radius of relative stiffness. b) Modular of sub grade reactions. Compute the radius of relation stiffness of 18 cm thick cement concrete slab from the following data: Modulus of elasticity of CC = 2.1 X 105 kg/cm2. Poissons ration of concrete = 0.15. Modulus of sub grade reaction K = (i) 3.0 kg/cm3. (ii) 4.5 kg/cm3. [20] Write short notes on: a) Tyre pressure and contact area. b) Skid resistance measurement. c) Roughness measurement. Max.Marks:100

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JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD B.Tech (CCC) IV Year Examinations January 2010 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND DESIGN (CIVIL ENGINEERING) Time : 3 Hours Max. Marks :100 Answer Any Five Questions All Questions Carry Equal Marks --1.a) What are the different types of pavements laid in urban and rural India? Explain Flexible and Rigid pavements and bring out the points of difference between them? Enumerate the functions and importance of different layers in pavement construction? [10+10] What are the various factors to be considered in pavement design? Discuss the significance of each. [20] Discuss the application of Burmisters two layer theory is pavement design? How is it different from Bowrinergs theory? Discuss also the various assumptions made in layered concept? [20] What kind of stresses in the concrete pavement subjected to? Explain? Discuss the critical combination of stress due to wheel load and temperature effect. [10+10] Discuss the step wise procedure of flexible pavement design by JRC method? [20] Write a descriptive note on principle, construction and procedure of evaluating flexible pavement using Benkleman beam deflection method. [20] Calculate the stresses at interior, edge and corner of a cement concrete pavement by a) Westergaards stress equations. b) JRC stress charts. Modulus of Elasticity of concrete = 3.0 x 105 kg/cm2 Poissons ratio = 0.15 Thickness of concrete slab = 22 cm Radius of loaded area = 16 cm [20] Answer the following questions a) Joints in cement concrete pavement b) Skid resistance measurement c) Powel and tie bars in CC pavements. *****

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JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD B.Tech (CCC) IV Year Supplementary Examinations July/August - 2010 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND DESIGN (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 Hours Answer Any Five Questions All Questions Carry Equal Marks --1. Describe the functionality of various layers in a pavement with a neat sketch. Bring out the differences between flexible and rigid pavements. [20] What are the features affecting the pavement design. Also discuss the failure criteria to be considered while designing? [20] Bring out the difference between Burmisters and Bussinesqs layered concept. What are the stresses to be considered and assumptions made in layered concept. [20] Calculate interior, edge and corner region stress according to Westergaards equation for a CC pavement having pavement thickness of 20 cm. Wheel load = 5100 kgs. Modulus of elasticity of cement concrete = E = 3.0 x 105 kg/ cm2. Poissons ratio = 0.15. Modulus sub grade reaction = k = 6.0 kg/ cm2. Radius of contact area = a =15 cms. [20] What are the various stresses the cement concrete pavements are subjected to? Also discuss about the criteria for combination of stresses. [20] Write step wise procedure for designing the pavement thickness according to IRC method. [20] Discuss about the various aspects of designing cement concrete pavement according to IRC method. [20] Discuss about the various procedure, principal, construction and working of Benkleman beam deflection method? [20] Max.Marks:100

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JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY HYDERABAD R05 IV B.Tech. (CCC) Supplementary Examinations June 2009 TRANSPORTATION PLANNING AND DESIGN (Civil Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 100 Answer any FIVE Questions. All Questions carries equal marks. ----1.a) What are the functions and desirable characteristics of the pavement? Explain. b) What are the design factors influencing the pavement design? [10+10] 2.a) b) Explain the concept of ESWL. Calculate ESWL of dual wheel assembly carrying 2044 kg each for a pavement having a thickness of 25 cm. Centre to distance between tyres is 27cm and distance between the walls of the tyres is 11cm. [10+10] Explain the concept behind the flexible pavement design methods based on layered systems. Explain the Boussinesq theory of pavement design and analysis. [10+10] In the analysis of stresses in rigid pavement, explain about the importance of relative stiffness of the slab and the temperature stresses. Calculate the stress at interior, edge and corner regions of a CC pavement using Westergaards equation for the following data: [10+10] Wheel load, P = 5100kg Modulus of Elasticity of cement concrete, E = 3.0105kg/cm2 Slab Thickness, h = 20cm Poissons ratio = 0.15 Modulus of subgrade reaction = 6.0kg/cm3 Radius of contact area = 15cm. Explain in detail the method of designing a flexible pavement by IRC Methods. [20] What are the recommendation of the Indian Roads Congress for the design if rigid pavements? Explain. [20] What do you understand by pavement Evaluation? Differentiate between Structural Evaluation and Functional Evaluation. [10+10] What are the different types of overlays employed in pavement maintenance? Write short notes on the following: a) Contact Pressure b) Frictional stresses c) Skid Resistance d) Pavement materials x-x-x

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