Date: June 1957
Creator: Waterways Experiment Station (U.S.)
Description: Report describing various kinds of soils and their characteristics, for use in constructing roads and airfields: "The properties desired in soils for foundations under roads and airfields and for base courses under flexible pavements are: adequate strength, good compaction characteristics, adequate drainage, resistance to frost action in areas where frost is a factor, and acceptable compression and expansion characteristics. Certain of these properties, if inadequate in the soils available, may be supplied by proper construction methods" (p. B1).
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