UFC 3-260-16FA Airfield Pavement Condition Survey Procedures Pavements Replaced by UFC 3-260-16 O&M Manual: Standard Practice for Airfield Pavement Condition Surveys  

Date: 
01-16-2004
Series: 
3: DISCIPLINE-SPECIFIC CRITERIA
3-200: CIVIL / GEOTECHNICAL / LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
Status: 
Archive (Canceled)
Change Notice: 

Replaced by UFC 3-260-16

The airfield pavement condition survey is a visual inspection of both rigid and flexible pavement for signs of pavement distress. The pavement condition index (PCI) is a numerical rating which indicates the type and severity of the inspected distress. The airfield condition survey and the resulting PCI are the primary means of obtaining and recording important airfield pavement performance data. This manual describes the condition survey of both flexible pavements (all pavements with conventional bituminous concrete surfaces) and rigid pavements (jointed portland cement concrete pavements with joint spacing not exceeding 25 feet), and the procedure for determining the PCI of pavement inspected.

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